When did we allow ourselves to be conditioned to hate 5 out of 7 days of our week? For most of us, Monday is the day we dread.
These “beliefs” have trapped us into work habits of low productivity.
Not only is stuff not getting done, but we keep beating ourselves up with negative chatter that feeds the bad habits.
Monday arrives, for many of us, a groggy shock to the system. It’s difficult to remember where you left off on Friday.
Unfortunately, according to productivity app Flow, most workers experience a slump on Friday when it comes to productivity. That means Mondays are forced to be the busiest days. They are compensating for Friday.
Mondays will never be productive if you wait until Monday to figure out what to do with the day and the week.
We start Monday’s having to find the energy to “start again”. For most of us it is literally starting over, which is not motivating.
We haven’t even left ourselves a trail of bread crumbs from where we left off on Friday.
This feeds our procrastination.