Never Have an “L” Week.
If you legit tried to do as much as you could this week, you never have an L week.
I tend to beat myself up mentally on the days I don’t get up early and do my morning routine. I let it affect me so much that it throws my day off and it carries over into my work. Because I’m thinking negative about myself, I tend to think that others are thinking the same thing. Which is really bad mentally It have imo.
This week, I started STRONG, pulling 18 hour days, doing my routines, and feeling confident at work. Then Wednesday due to my body being ultra sore I took a day off (the gym), which led into Thursday morning, and then this morning. I normally would be upset about this, however, I am working on being less hard on myself, because there is no need. I can focus on the next thing, and move on. Thinking this way, has allowed me to enjoy my days more, and be less in my own head. Focus on what you can, do your best, and pay attention.
1: You never have an “L” when you’re accountable to yourself. Regardless of your day. Being honest with yourself is the ultimate win.
2: Why Working Hard Isn't The Answer | Aubrey Marcus on Impact Theory
3: Bondax: Gold
4: Marcellus: He’s an ecom team member. He’s easily one of the happiest dudes in our office. Seeing him always stoked, makes me want to be happier over the simplest things. It makes me want to communicate with him more.
5: Not do fake work. I was working late Monday night, I had a friend FaceTime me. She said, stop doing fake work and talk to me. That really stuck with me, because I had a timer going and for almost an hour, I had not really done anything. Now at night, if my mind is more on the checked out side, I am now forcing myself to “work” because I know no real work is getting done. - This is again, something that I’m doing because I normally would force myself to work as late and long as I can before crashing.