“Mondays are the start of the work week which offer new beginnings 52 times a year.” — David Dweck
Every Monday I wake up motivated to start on the right foot. Or the left. It doesn’t really matter. My goal is simply to remove unnecessary chaos. I diligently plan, prep skeleton schedules,create alternate plans should unexpected issues arise. By Friday, I am on it like white on rice.
“I always try to go the extra mile at work, but my boss always finds me and brings me back.”— Unknown
I often come in on the weekend just to ensure success. I don’t mind. I love organization. I love preparations. I mean…I have managed every single situation that has ever been flung on me. I got this! EVERY THING EVERY TIME! I have successfully worked through earthquakes, civil unrest, teenage daughters, and every other form of man-made and natural chaotic event.
But …then … comes … Monday.
Followed by Tuesday … Wednesday … Thursday … and TGIF.
“There cannot be a stressful crisis next week. My schedule is already full.” — Henry Kissinger
Begin again… repeat …. this week will definitely be different. Sooooooooo…. Every Monday I wake up motivated to start on the right foot. Or the left. It doesn’t really matter. My goal is simply to remove unnecessary chaos. I ….. well you get it….
“Some days, the best thing about the job is that the chair spins.”— Unknown