Successful people have habits that their less effective counterparts do not. Some include routines during the work day and others focus on proactivity, all a part of normal waking hours. But evening times are just as useful for setting up a path to success in career and life. Winding down in a consistent routine at end of day can help the brain metabolize its experiences. When combined with gratitude, a plan for the following day, or a few hours break from electronics and business, it can create better sleep and prepare you for the following morning.