It’s Monday and in non-official terms the start of the ‘business week’.
Although Sunday is technically the start of our calendar week it is a day for family, possibly enjoying relaxing moments and the like but absolutely ‘the engine runs is idling’.
Monday is, shall we say, different.
Monday is a slap shift into top gear, push the red-line, yes that’s the second pot of coffee and its only 9 am type of day. It’s time to go faster, a time to push the boundary and a time for ‘winners’.
I’ve heard some people whimper about Monday but honestly, that is of little concern to me for ‘some will dine and some will be dinner’ in life and I know what side of the table I sit.
This Monday as you seek out your goals, start with a single approach.
Don’t debate, don’t meander and don’t complain about ONE SINGLE THING.
Consider your immediate objectives, as in what can be done today and, as you may have guessed, ATTACK.
Should you have diet concerns, stare in the mirror and say ‘today is the day’ that I draw the line in the proverbial sand and remain dedicated.
Should you have training goals, stare in the mirror and say ‘today is the day’ and then go about with a relentless assault in the gym.
Attack, Attack, Attack.
Today is your day, 2014 is your year to attain and with that I finish with a little comment many an athlete has heard from me for over a quarter-century.
Some will look at the door of opportunity and will tap on it oh-so nicely. Good natured souls that they are but don’t ask that of me. I’ll kick the damn thing down and not leave anything in its wake. I am the fire you fear and the storm you dread.
Monday, it’s your time.
Prepared by John Davies
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