What are the 7 Habits of a Highly Effective Person

How do you apply the 7 Habits of effective person in yourself?

What are the 7 Habits of a Highly Effective Person? When you wake up, it’s good to have a routine to start your day well. There are many articles and videos about this. But after 9:00 PM, not many people talk about what to do. In this article, I’ll tell you seven habits. If you follow them, your next day will be much better. A good day starts with planning the night before. It’s important to have a routine that works for you in the morning and make a plan at night for the next day. Having a plan helps you start the day right and makes sure you have a good night for a better tomorrow.

If you follow these 7 habits for 7 days, you’ll be amazed at the big change in your life. Let’s find out which 7 things you should definitely do after 9:00 PM.

1. Take 5 minutes to sit quietly, focus on your breathing, and relax

It’s important to take 5 minutes at the end of a busy day to relax your mind. Just like how we shut down our phones for a speed boost, giving ourselves a short break can help us feel refreshed.

Here’s an easy process: Find a quiet spot, close your eyes for 5 minutes, and focus on your breathing. Pay attention to your breath going in and out without doing anything else. We breathe a lot in a day, about 15-20,000 times! So, spending 5 minutes being aware of it can be helpful.

Here’s what to do: quietly say “one” when you breathe in and “two” when you breathe out, at your own pace. Just concentrate on your breath, not your thoughts. You might count up to 10 or forget the count – that’s okay. Smile gently, restart the count if needed, and do this for 5 minutes.

This simple exercise will ease the tiredness from your day, making you feel relaxed and rejuvenated.

2. Ask yourself 4 Questions:

Sit in that relaxed state for 5 to 10 minutes and replay your entire day in your mind. Hour by hour, think about what you did today. You can answer these four questions either by writing them down in a diary or just thinking about them – whatever works for you.

  1. What are three things that happened today for which you are grateful?
  2. What are three tasks you did today, big or small, that moved you closer to your goals?
  3. Was there any work you did today that probably wasn’t necessary? Would it have been better if you hadn’t done it? You can consider stopping doing such tasks in the future.
  4. What is one simple thing you learned from today?

When you reflect on these questions regularly, these learnings will help you become a smart and intelligent person. Remember, my friend, you don’t grow by making mistakes; you grow by learning from them.

3. Have your dinner without your phone and with a grateful mindset

“When you have dinner, put your phone away and eat while feeling thankful. We work hard all day for a good life. What’s a good life? It’s having three meals a day, a nice home, family, and good health. You have these – a place to live, food, and family. If you’re healthy, why not thank God when you eat? Eating with gratitude makes food taste better and brings more joy.

Try this: keep your phone away when you eat, especially at night. It’s the third thing to try. I know many people who did this, and some messaged me later saying their meal felt special because they ate with gratitude. So, when you eat, keep your phone away and eat with a thankful heart.”

4. Check in with your family about their day

Take a few minutes to chat casually with your family about their day—it’s a small thing that works wonders! Spending just 5 to 10 minutes asking about their day strengthens your bond. Having these easy talks with family members builds strong connections. Simply asking, “How was your day?” can do wonders for your relationship. It’s a simple way to show you care and keeps the family connected and close. These brief chats create warmth and support within the family, making everyone feel valued and fostering a strong sense of togetherness.

5. Spend 5 to 20 minutes reading a book you enjoy


“One thing you should do at night is read a book of your choice for at least 15 to 30 minutes—whatever suits you. It doesn’t have to be a heavy book; light reads work too. Reading offers fantastic ideas, and insights, boosts creativity, and has many other benefits. But make reading a part of your routine. It’s good to read 5 to 10 pages before bedtime.”

6. Disconnect from technology

Social media is made by lots of smart people to keep you interested and using it all the time. They use special colors, sounds, and technology to make sure you stay active and engaged. But it’s important to take a break from screens, especially before bedtime, so your brain can relax and you can sleep better. Turning off phones and computers before bed helps you disconnect from technology, whir ally important for your well-being.

7. Plan what you’ll do tomorrow

Planning your tasks ahead for the next day is super important. Make a list of what you need to do on your phone or a notepad before going to bed. This helps clear your mind and ensures you can sleep better without worrying about remembering everything. When you wake up, you’ll be more alert and ready to tackle your essential tasks because you’ve already planned them out the night before.

I mentioned seven things to do after 9:00 PM that can boost your quality of life and productivity. I believe that trying these activities for a week can make a big difference in how productive you are at work and how good your life feels.

1) Take 5 minutes to sit quietly, focus on your breathing, and relax.

2) Ask yourself:

a) What are three things you’re grateful for?

b) What are three things you did well today?

c) Is there something you won’t do again?

d) What went wrong today, and what made today special?

3) Have your dinner without your phone and with a grateful mindset.

4) Check in with your family about their day.

5) Spend 5 to 20 minutes reading a book you enjoy.

6) Disconnect from technology.

7) Plan what you’ll do tomorrow.

These steps encourage reflection, gratitude, and disconnecting from screens before bedtime, aiming for a more relaxed and positive end to the day.

“Make a short list for yourself. I believe if you try these for 7 days, you’ll notice amazing changes. Comment and let me know which of these seven things you’ll add to your daily routine. Also, please share this article with many people because it’s easy to follow and can make a huge difference in someone’s life.”

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