It is Monday. The week is ahead and rather than joy and opportunity too many see dread, frustration and a long week that they would prefer to avoid. Why is Monday so hard? Do you have too much fun on the weekends and too little fun during the week? How do we take that dread out of Sunday night and Monday and totally change our perspective on the week? It is hard, however without changing that perspective you will have over 2500 days (50 days a year working for 50 years) in your life that you don’t enjoy and would rather avoid. Pretty sad and filled with missed opportunities.
Here is the reality:
It is your mindset, how you look at the week’s opportunities and how you have planned out the week. Monday’s that I resist are the ones I haven’t planned. Mondays that are hard are the ones that I haven’t determined my passion for that week, nor determined how accomplishing the plan takes me one more step closer to my goal.
One of my clients last year challenged me with his lack of passion. He was tired, not enjoying his job, not feeling motivated. That lack of passion was reflected in everything he did. His time management, sales goals and interactions with fellow employees and management were all missing the mark. Our conversation focused on 3 points:
Try these simple steps and Mondayitis may not be quite so bad – if your attitude is more positive and you stop allowing yourself the permission to have Mondayitis. Let me know how it works and have an awesome week!
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