If you are waking up on Monday morning and dreading going to work then Houston we have a problem. I know many of you feel like that every Monday.



Me personally, I bloody love Monday. Mondays are the start of a new week and the end of the weekend. If I’ve played the game right, I’ve spent enough time relaxing on the weekend to hit Monday morning with a spring in my step.

I’m fired up and ready to hit the ground running on Monday morning because I love what I do. No one has to force me to do anything because I make my own decisions. The moment something is no longer fun or fulfilling, I drop it like a sack of potatoes (my grandpa used to say that).


Hump day

Then there’s this hump day BS. I don’t get it and it must be “A Thing.” Wednesday is supposed to be hard because it’s the middle of the week. Do you mean to tell me that you work two full days and your bloody exhausted and upset about that?

Come on seriously? Try working seven days straight in the emergency room of a hospital. I’ve met some cool people that do that and it’s way bloody harder that sitting in an office and staring at a computer screen for eight hours.

“Wednesday should be just as good as Monday was. If it’s not, Houston we have a problem”


There may be a bigger problem

If you don’t love Monday’s and hate Wednesdays, then there is something else going on. There should be a siren going off in your head telling you it’s time to make a change. The top 1% of successful people don’t hate these two epic days.

You have to realize that and stop thinking that’s it’s normal to hate on these two magical days where you get to work on your dream. When you get home from the office, that’s when you need to work on your side hustle.

If you come home from work pissed off because of what day of the week it is then you’ll have zero energy to put in work after hours on a pet project that could become your future. I get asked all the time how I find time to blog.

It’s not that hard guys and girls. I’m doing what I love so how could I not find the time? I’ve quit worrying about what day of the week it is and decided to live with passion 24/7.

“I’ve decided not to do crap that makes me pissed off, frustrated and lack motivation”

I’m not better than you I’ve just made different decisions. This post is not about me telling you how much of an amazing boy scout I am with some pretentious advice handed down from the “Oh great one, Tim Denning.” I’m not some guru that has all the answers.


The point

What I am telling you is real simple if you’ll just break your own pattern of lying to yourself and get focused on what you want. What makes you feel on top of the world? Come on we all have at least one thing that gives us that feeling.

Find it and then use it to help you kick some ass in life. I’m tired of complainers and people that don’t take action. All the answers are out there you just have to go find them for yourself.

Sooking about the day of the week is for losers and nobody reading this fits into that category. I don’t write for losers; I write for people that want a better life and are looking for inspiration and strategies that will take them there.

I write for people that love Monday’s and don’t acknowledge this lame ass term called “hump days.” Get out there and show the world what you got. Throw your excuses in the bin and quit complaining. You’re so much more than you think you can ever be.

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