Reasons for cleaning up

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Hi there. There is a saying, “All’s well that ends well“.

At the beginning of things, we tend to be nervous and try to proceed carefully and politely. However, as we get closer to the end of a job, we get used to it, and sometimes we lose our minds.

It’s difficult to stay focused for long periods of time, but it’s also necessary to reflect on the situation from time to time and review what’s going on.

And when the project is over, it’s important to clean up after yourself. By doing so, you can change your mind and make it easier to move on to the next task.

If you don’t clean up after yourself, someone will call you “Where is that?” or you may be worried about the work you did before. In this way, things can happen that temporarily stop your work. You will be dragging on the previous task and you will not be able to concentrate.

You don’t have to do anything difficult to clean up. Polishing the tools you used and putting them back in place, storing the surplus materials in a warehouse, cleaning the room you used, and so on. It’s a simple thing that can be said to be very obvious.

By doing this kind of “clean up” work, I can put a break in my mind that “the project I’ve been working on is over.” So, every time I finish one task, I clean up the place. If it’s a big project that takes months, I’ll clean it up at the end of the day or week.

That way, when I start a new task or start the day, I feel refreshed and focused. A new feeling leads to motivation for work, and I think it will also help you to avoid feeling loose.

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