3. Have enough sleep.
It is a fact that when you are tired, it is quite impossible to get all pumped up and ready to do your work. Sleeping late at night and waking up early each day can be stressful and unhealthy. When your body is in poor shape, you cannot expect yourself to be alert, active and motivated to work. So, forget about those late night parties on a weeknight, and make it a point you get at least 8 hours of sleep to recharge your mind and body.
4. Organize your office desk.
Having so much clutter on your desk can be a pain. Not only will you have less room to work on, but the clutter can have an impact on your performance. Just imagine having your important documents and files all scattered or buried under your books, folders, or other items that are not even supposed to be on your office desk. So, if it appears as though your desk is already screaming for some serious cleanup and dusting, then it’s time to tidy up the mess immediately. You will notice a huge difference when all your things are organized and placed in their designated areas. It will be easier to find documents that you need, and you will have plenty of space on your desk to do your work.