“Monday, Monday (bah-da bah-da-da-da) … So good to me (bah-da bah-da-da-da)”
These are the 1st couple lines of an old song from the Mama’s & the Papa’s.
Monday’s were not always good to me. Far from it.
Not too long ago I was working in a job I didn’t like, so I didn’t look forward to Monday’s.
Unfulfilling work & disgruntled co-workers. I used to carpool with negative people that complained all the time. Not a great way to start my day.
I didn’t want to live that way any more so I put the wheels in motion to Switch Things Up.
I made a list of other work I would rather be doing.
I got more intentional with my actions. This helped to create greater focus for me.
A new habit I started doing was on every Monday morning, I would note my top 3 priorities. These are the most important things that needed to be done during the week that would help push the needle forward.
The more consistent I got with it, the more I got done.
Eventually, my side hustle (the one that I loved doing) gave me the freedom to quit my unfulfilling job.
Monday’s are much better for me now, and I can sing that song and mean it.
Now I get to help others through their journey of quitting their soul-sucking work and step in to more fun & fulfilling work.
Are you ready to start the wheels in motion to quit your work and start doing something different? 🖐
Reply back with YES.
I’m hear to support you on your journey.
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Mike Gillespie | Epic Living Coach | Epic Living Academy
Badass Dad, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur, Investor, Butt Kicker, Boundary Pusher, School Builder, Speaker, Explorer, Extreme Sports Enthusiast, Visionary & Positive Thinking Dude Who’s Dedicated to Helping You Become the Happiest and Healthiest Person You Know!
I was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario and for as long as I can remember, I’ve always been very positive & optimistic. As a young boy, I was a dreamer, a doer and excited for life! I remember growing up, before any big test at school, or soccer game, my mom would always remind me to Do My Best! I’m a wee bit of a perfectionist because of that. And, today, I’m still all of those things, but now a man, driven, dedicated and committed to living a life on my own terms.