Do you spend your time going over every little detail over and over in your head? Worrying about that email you sent, the conversation you had with a friend or the amount of personal admin you need to get done? How you spend your night can have a huge impact on the day that follows.

There's no doubt that how you think directly affects how you feel. This is particularly important at night, as you try to unwind and prepare for rest (anyone else tossing and turning because they scrolled through endless feeds on Instagram that made them feel... less?). Creating a healthy pre-sleep routine serves a vital purpose – it can help you manage insomnia and control the worry switch in your mind, giving a chance for your confidence to remain untainted.

To help you boost your confidence naturally and set yourself up on the path to success, here's what you can do at the end of your day to feel prepared and ready to tackle the next.

What you can do at night to ensure a successful tomorrow

give yourself a cut off tim for work to get better sleep

1. Give yourself a cut-off time for work

Make sure you actually end your workday rather than letting it extend into your night. Set a time to end your business day and know when to stop checking emails, responding to calls, and most importantly, thinking about work. Accept the notion that you can only do so much in one day and tomorrow is another opportunity for you to get things done. Although overachievers and those who pull all-nighters might accomplish tasks in the short term, they eventually burn out and diminish their chances for long-term success.

pla out your tomorrow to help with inisomnia and confidence

2. Plan your tomorrow

Spend a few minutes thinking about what you need to do the next day but make sure you don't dwell on it. Simply set your schedule and write out your day. Albert Einstein once said, "Paper is to write things down that we need to remember. Our brains are used to think". We can certainly heed Einstein's advice here.

forgive and relax to boost confidence

3. Forgive

By letting go of grudges and conflicts you may have had during the day, you're freeing your mind of stress and distractions, allowing for better rest. Know that any such situations will lead to anxiety and not calm, while resting will provide clarity of mind for you to reevaluate any outstanding issues the following day. This may seem hard but think of it this way, you probably won't be able to change the situation in the middle of the night so instead, try to switch off so that you can wake up fresh and go from there.

connect with loved one to help boost your confidence

4. Carve out social time

Use your time at night to connect with people you care about and enjoy spending time with. These relationships need to be nurtured, and doing so during the week will help you to create balance. It's also a good way to take your mind off of work.

not lookin gat digital devices before bed can help you sleep better at night

5. Unplug 

There's no doubt, today, that there are more stimuli available to us than ever before. Because of the abundance of devices and ease of staying connected, it may be even more challenging to disconnect. One sure way to make it happen is by making a conscious decision to do it. Successful people know when to cut off technology. For example, if bedtime is at 11:00 p.m. then shut down devices by 10:00 p.m. or even earlier. Also, try not to do anything too stimulating. That means avoiding heated conversations, scary movies, and loud music. Dim the light and pull down the shades to create a calm atmosphere as you ready yourself for bed.

think positively at night to help with the next day

6. Think positively

So many people stress out and feel anxious at night. They think of all the things that didn't quite work out for them during the day and worry about a multitude of things for the following day – all of which are entirely incompatible with rest. To counter this, reflect on the day you're leaving behind and look forward to the day ahead by doing the following brief exercise: Think of three positive things from your day. For example, what are you happy about? What did you accomplish? Perhaps you had some friendly interactions with people. Next, think of three things you look forward to the next day. It could be a meeting that you feel well-prepared for or maybe it is simply your delicious cup of coffee in the morning.

Prioritize sleep to help with confidence

7. Prioritize sleep 

Understand the importance of getting adequate sleep, including the major restorative functions it provides to the body and its rejuvenation of the mind.

Once you get used to these simple, practical everyday tips, you're sure to be on your way to feeling and working great.

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