As a result of the stories we tell ourselves, Monday is an emotionally heavy day for many people.
There are a plethora of promises you intend to keep this week that you've failed to honor in weeks past.
You're hoping this week will be different, but if you approach this week the same as last, you will produce the same outcomes. This is not for lack of positive intent; it's because approach matters, and new results require a new approach.
This week, instead of taking new action, think about surrendering old actions.
I call this surrendered action, and the upside is you're not bogged down by the need to overcome, breakthrough, or even improve; rather, your focus is on letting go, detaching, and evolving.
The new action stemming forth from this approach is experienced as refreshing, inspiring, and opportunistic. This is more than a play on words; it's a fundamentally and foundationally enhanced way of becoming who it is you want to be.
Try it once, and you'll never settle for anything less.
"The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions." Ralph Waldo Emerson