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Monday

Here we are...another Monday. 

The start of another week. Another day we have to get up early, get dressed up, and go fight traffic all to go somewhere you don't want to be, to do some work for someone that you don't want to do it for ....to get a check to buy food and shelter...to eat and rest...so you can have strength to go do it again...

Is that about right?  

Is this your attitude about Monday? 

If so, this is an indication that you're doing shit you don't want to do..and or you don't feel like it's going to get where you want to be. 

Let's get real! 

You don't dread the start of a new week. You dread the torture of going through the motions. You dread the mental and physical exhaustion of running on the treadmill of the mundane. You dread the deadly cycle of the same ole same ole. It's not Monday you dread, its your job!  

Good news, you can change it....and it's all in your head! 

You can change this feeling with a change in your actions and a shift of your paradigm. A shift in your perspective. Your job is an opportunity to provide for your family, while you build your dreams and fulfill your purpose on the side. (if not linked to your job) If you look at it this way, maybe Monday won't be so bad :) 

If you're really excited about your future your dreams and your purpose you'll hop out of the bed excited about the new opportunity the new week brings! Your attitude will shift and so will your thoughts. You'll begin to think...

Monday is a new chance at a new week! 

Another chance to get it right! 

Another chance to move a little closer to your goals! 

Another chance to build your dreams! 



Happy Monday Everyone!

 Let's get after it! 






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