In the same way that you have routines for waking up & getting out of the house in the morning, and going to bed at night, routines for the beginning and end of the workday can save you time & energy, and reduce frustration.
From Forbes.com, what to do to begin the day:
Sixteen things sound like a lot, but they don’t need to take up too much time.
Now that you’re up and running, the Globe & Mail has some ideas to keep you on track:
And near the end of your highly productive day, spend a few minutes setting yourself up for continued success:
Wow. You, your boss, and your colleagues will all be happier.