Taking care of yourselfe is very important to have success. | Iqbal Nuril Anwar en Pixabay

Routines are important to know what to do in many cases in our daily lives and be successful. Harvard University has now recommended creating routines that include some time to work on personal goals, as well as learning new things and taking good care of our physical and mental health.

One of the recommendations is to be persistent, since successes are not achieved overnight, but you have to be persistent when you want to achieve them. This includes accepting mistakes that may be made along the way.

Another point to keep in mind is that we have to leave our comfort zone, since challenges help us face new challenges. For this reason, Harvard University recommends looking for activities that leave this personal bubble in any aspect of our lives.

We must keep in mind that getting fresh air is important, so going out for 30 minutes a day, whether running or enjoying nature, will make us have more energy.

To be successful it is also important to stay focused on the good aspects that occur in our lives and maintain a positive attitude. This will help overcome obstacles.

Although sometimes we don't believe it, being inspired by others also helps us succeed. This is why attending conferences or reading biographies helps us know how to focus certain paths in our lives.

Sleep hygiene is very important for health, both physical and mental. Harvard recommends that we sleep between 7 and 8 hours to improve concentration and creativity.

Continuously learning things is beneficial for oneself, since knowledge does not take up space and staying motivated in new aspects will make us better.

It is also important to take care of our physical health, so eating a balanced diet, exercising and avoiding the intake of products such as alcohol or tobacco will make us feel better.

Lastly, being grateful is very important to stay focused. Harvard recommends spending a few minutes to be grateful for all the good things that have happened during the day and, in this way, value what we have.