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In the history of procrastination, there’s no better time than Monday.

• “I promise, Coach, I’ll see you at the gym every day...starting Monday.”


• “My diet starts Monday – after one last weekend of fun.”


Sound familiar?


Maybe this explains why more people hit the gym or the running trails on Monday, after a

weekend of lying around and overindulging.


But whether you use the Monday excuse or tell some other lie to yourself, it’s all the same.

When you procrastinate working on your goals, it means you’re not really ready to do the work.


Because when you are? You go into immediate action.


Monday’s a liar.


Trust yourself. Begin your work. No matter what day it is.


Stacie


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