Create a High Productivity Evening Routine
For Your Lifestyle or Business
About the Book
Have you been living your evenings on autopilot, scrolling mindlessly through social media after dinner, and then beating yourself up because you've blown evening after evening after evening.
If you have goals that you would like to accomplish with an evening routine, then this is the class for you.
Who is This For: anyone wanting to get more focus in the evening so that they can accomplish more goals. Those goals can be as simple as wanting to set aside a time and a space for meditation or as task oriented as scheduling when to do household tasks and activities.
If you really want to take advantage of a few minutes in the evening to work on your goals, then this is for you.
Who This is For: anyone wanting to get more focus in the evening so that they can accomplish more goals. Those goals can be as simple as wanting to set aside a time and a space for meditation or as task oriented as scheduling when to do household tasks and activities.
- How to understand and create the surroundings you need to be productive in the evening
- How to create goals for your evening routine
- How to face the fears holding you back
- How to use affirmations to affirm your goals and combat your fears
- How to determine the resources you need for your evening routine's goals
- How to schedule evening routines
- How to create an evening routine for your lifestyle
Shelia HugginsLifestyle Strategist & Business Attorney
Shelia Huggins is a North Carolina licensed attorney with almost 20 years of experience in working with businesses in a variety of capacities. Her extensive experience includes business formation, contracts, government relations, entertainment law, and social media.
Shelia is a former adjunct professor at North Carolina Central University where she taught Entertainment and Business Law, and she has spoken at numerous events including the Long Leaf Pine Film Festival, the Duke University School of Business Black and Latinx Conference, and the Wake Forest School of Law Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium.
Shelia's personal interests include documentary film and video production. She has a Certificate in Documentary Arts from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Additionally, she has a YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/sheliahugginsnow.
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