If you read my post from yesterday, you know what I’m about to ask. Do you want to know how to challenge yourself on weekends? Did you jump on tasks to get closer to your goals or did you use the weekend as an excuse not to take action? Congratulations to those who decided there is nothing that will stand in their way, challenged themselves, and made a decision to take action. For those of you who came up with excuses, you still have today.
I don’t know what the weather is like in your area, but where I am from, its’s raining. Instead of using this as a lazy day, I’m going to leverage this day and spend time working on my Ebook. There is nothing better than sitting by the window, with a cup of coffee and my computer, and glancing at rain in between hammering out a few paragraphs. Accept the challenge right now? What do you want to accomplish today?
Set your goals for the day and go. Make the decision to take action. Set big goals but don’t overwhelm yourself. If you feel overwhelmed, you will become indecisive. Don’t become paralyzed this weekend. If you attain a few goals today, you will be that more excited to wake up Monday morning and start again. You will feel accomplished.
If you take a break on the weekends, you will lose momentum. Momentum is everything. When you have momentum you will have natural energy that comes over you. You will be in the right mindset, you will be organized, and extremely focused. Your Monday mornings will change and you will feel more energized than ever before. You won’t ever have the Monday morning blues again. Mondays will now be welcomed and will become the most important day of the week. You can use Monday’s as a benchmark. Every Monday morning, review the previous week and celebrate all your accomplishments.