3 Steps To Create An Evening Routine To Sleep Better And Feel More Energetic (TPS350)


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Back in 2013, at Asian Efficiency we first introduced the evening ritual which is the idea of having a routine at the end of the day to help you wind down, get ready for the next day and have a great night of sleep. Since then, we’ve helped people all over the world implement an evening ritual to help them be more productive at work and in life.

In this episode we’ll share with you a simple evening ritual you can use today to sleep better and feel more energetic.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • Top 3 productivity resources for this week. [2:28]
  • Why talk about an evening ritual at all? [5:09]
  • How does the TEA Framework work hand-in-hand with an evening ritual? [7:07]
  • What is a “Reverse Alarm Clock”? [9:59]
  • How does Brooks wind down? [11:07]
  • How do you define your evening ritual? [20:06]
  • What are some “best practices” for Brooks in his evening ritual? [22:22]
  • What are some things in Thanh’s evening checklist? [25:18]
  • How will creating a sleeping environment benefit you most? [29:44]
  • What does Brooks recommend to improve your sleeping environment? [31:25]


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