7 Weekend Routines That Could Make You More Successful

September 11, 2017
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We all work hard all week, looking forward to the weekend. After a gruelling five days, unwinding during the those two days can be tough sometimes. Finding things to help you relax while staying sharp can be tough.

To help you with planning a more active and fulfilling weekend, Business Insider interviewed seven New York City executives and asked them how they spent their two days off.

“If I’m in the city, I like to wake up early, get coffee, and get a few work projects done that I find hard to do during the week. On a weekday, I don’t have a dedicated block of two to three hours that isn’t interrupted by meetings or customer calls. So on the weekends it’s more high-level, strategy, project-type work.” Said Scott Britton, co-founder of Troops, a salesbot service for the sales industry.

“After that, I might go to the gym and try to make the remainder of my weekend focused on seeing friends and family.”

Britton’s approach is just one the seven unique ideas readers will get from this article. If you are looking to refresh your weekend approach, find out moreĀ at businessinsider.com.

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