How To Make Mondays NOT Suck #30

How to Make Mondays NOT Suck is a strategic and sometimes satirical mini-series that will make your Mondays less …sucky.

If this is your first time embarking on a Make Mondays NOT Suck (#MMNS) journey, we suggest that read this first. With that being said, let’s face it- we all know that Mondays Suck!

‘Monday’ Tweet of the Day

 

No promises here but really looking to get into the Podcast realm. Let us know what you think!

Why Does This Monday Suck? (Click here to tell us why yours does!)

You didn’t sleep at all last night, you tossed and turned thinking about all the work that you had due on Monday Morning. Your Sunday Night slumber was full of nightmares about expense reports, deadlines and the illustrious fear of failure.

 

How to Make Mondays NOT Suck THIS WEEK

 

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Leaving Work Early (Feeling Under the Weather)

Truly one of the best feelings in the world is leaving work early. This euphoria is even more intense when this decision is an impromptu one.

Today we were achy, mentally drained and overall just feeling under the weather. Our solution: Get into the office, prioritize all things deadline oriented and leave half day to get some rest so that we can hit the ground running tomorrow.

The more you “grind” without direction, the harder it is to stay committed to your long term goals, so always keep those in mind. Check these articles out if you need a better sense of direction:

Intentional Living Pt 1

Intentional Living Pt 2

That’s All Folks!

And don’t forget to vent to us about why your Monday Sucks, because just like this tweet (follow us on twitter here) describes, we STILL think that Mondays generally suck.

Shooters shoot, and closers close. Go out there and crush this week.

You’re right. Now take me back to the Make Mondays NOT Suck Archives

“Nah I’m good, take me back to Manifest!”

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