How Successful Entrepreneurs Manage to Beat Monday Blues


How Successful Entrepreneurs Manage to Beat Monday Blues
Beth Worthy

Beth Worthy

5/3/2014

How to Beat Monday Blues

While the start of the workweek triggers anxiety, sadness or stress in most of the office-goers, it’s always a different case for on the go entrepreneurs who manage to steer clear of Monday blues so effectively.

Let’s have a look at how the most successful entrepreneurs start their week:

Exercise
Exercise awakens the body and gets oxygen flowing to the brain. Entrepreneurs know this, and live by it.

Get a Good Start
Eating a healthy breakfast keeps your metabolism strong. By virtue, it also helps your brain function optimally and keeps you motivated all day long. Start your day off right by treating your body to what it really needs.

Any Project Size, At Your Deadline.

Get Quality Transcripts With A 99% Accuracy Guarantee.

Head Out Early
The earlier you leave, the earlier you get to the office. The most successful entrepreneurs know that arriving early gives them the opportunity to reset from the weekend and to prepare themselves for the long day ahead.

Greet Your Team
Socialization is an important part of maintaining positive company culture. Don’t be afraid to break the ice by asking someone if they saw last night’s game or commenting about the weather. Chatting helps everyone relax into their morning routine.

Smile
Nothing motivates you more than a smile. When you smile, your brain is shocked with endorphins, and you feel excited whether you like it or not. When everyone is smiling, it’s hard not to look forward to a great day.

Clean House
Clear off your desk when you arrive. A clean working space lets your brain know that it’s time to start over, and our natural inclination is to be productive. The more space you have to spread out, the more quickly you can get things done.

Screen Your Emails
Check for any urgent requests that might have arrived in your inbox over the weekend. Get them out of the way first thing to avoid loss and lost time.

Set Aside Time
Things come up. Reserve time for the unexpected. If nothing out of the ordinary happens, you should have plenty of time to get ahead.

Stay Focused
Avoid distractions and finish what you start. Multitasking results in five projects not being done when you can have three completed in half the time.

Visualize Achievement
Our brain goes to great lengths to prove us right. If we visualize success, we will achieve it.

Get Latest News & Insights Sent Directly To Your Inbox

Subscribe Now

Beth Worthy

Beth Worthy

Beth Worthy is the Director of Operations for GMR Transcription Services, Inc an Orange County, California based company that has been providing accurate and affordable transcription services since 2004. She has enjoyed success at GMR for almost ten years now and has helped the company grow. Within two years of Beth managing GMR Transcription, it had doubled in sales and was named one of the OC Business Journal’s fastest-growing private companies. Outside of work, she likes spending time with her husband and two kids.