“First, we need to stop dreading Mondays. If you really think about it, we have created a monster out of a day of the week, and the monster is so powerful that it even overpowers our Sundays. So, basically two of our seven days a week are ruined because of Mondays…”
Happy Friday! Here are a few ways to make the most of your weekend:
“On Sunday night, or some other quiet time, glance at your calendar, and set goals for what you’d like to accomplish in your professional and personal life over the next 168 hours. Schedule these high-value activities in. Once Monday morning hits, you’re in a firefight. So figure out how you’ll advance your troops, rather than just hunkering down.”
Hopefully you are enjoying your weekend and not dreading the arrival of another Monday. Here are a few tips that may make your week pleasant and productive:
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Have a great week!
Weekends always seem to go quickly, but they’re longer than we think. There are 60 hours between that 6 p.m. Friday beer and that 6 a.m. Monday alarm clock. That’s plenty of time for fun, relaxation and more importantly, recharging the batteries.
Here are 10 tips for making the most of your days off:
1. Do make a plan.
2. Don’t fill every minute.
3. Do stretch yourself occasionally.
4. Don’t forget to exercise.
5. Do schedule downtime.
6. Don’t give in to the Sunday-night blues.
7. Do make the most of other people’s schedules.
8. Don’t do too many chores.
9. Do spend some time planning your week.
10. Don’t work every minute.
You need energy to do your best work or be a good friend or partner. Weekends give energy. So unplug for the next 60 hours or so, because when you’re detached from your work over the weekend, you are able to recover from your workweek.
What The Most Successful People Do With Their Weekends
1. They Don’t Keep Spinning.
2. They Don’t Go Limp.
3. They Don’t Clean the Grout.
4. They Don’t Lose the Last 15 Hours.