How many times have you said that you’re starting on Monday?
Really, think about it.
Personally, I can’t even count.
And although I commend the intention that is there for starting a new goal or plan, for starting a new way of improvement—if all it is is intention, than you never allow it to come to fruition.
You never allow yourself to reach your best, whatever that means to you.
I’m having one of those Sundays today.
One of those Sundays where I plan and prepare everything I want to accomplish—decide tomorrow is the day I start a new habit or strive to reach a new goal (aka a goal I’ve had for months and have thought about every Sunday just as I am now).
And again, I commend the intention. I think highly of those that strive for improvement.
But when do you say enough is enough? When do you realize that “Monday” is just a day of the week no different than any other?
It’s the same length, the same everything as any other day of the week. So why make your goals or improvement wait? If it is something that you are thinking about so often, why allow it to live in your mind? Why not let it come to life?
If you spend time agonizing over something you want to accomplish, something you want to be, if you let it consume you but you don’t do anything about it, then what are you doing?
You’re basking in your self-inflicted slump.
I think we need to stop idolizing Mondays.
Yes, a new week is powerful. But still, it’s just a day, in our lives. In our lives that we can do anything with.
And if, in your life, you want to accomplish something—well then there’s no use waiting until tomorrow, and there’s certainly no use waiting until Monday.