What's your Monday ritual?

Tapsi
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I help product founders grow their MRR 🚀
More of a Sunday ritual for Monday but helps to reflect on the last week and plan for the week ahead. Monday ritual is just execution!
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@yctheman I like this!
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Ceo of Asking Franklin 🇨🇵
At work : A cup of cofee and a stand-up team to share moments of joy and frustration about the last week and what we could enhance for the next week
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@cernikromain Sounds amazing!
Student
might sound cliche but- TO-DO LISTS!! every monday morning I spent some time planning out my entire week in the form of to-do lists on Notion.
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@priyal honestly, that's perfect!
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community builder and food lover
Start slow and good coffee
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@elizabethbece sounds good!
Have enough courage to start
A good cup of coffee in the morning , plan for the week and just get on the grind.
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@douglas_cortez coffee is the way to go!
Creativity has no limits
30 Min of morning breathing, brainstorming what I need to get done this week. Priorities first, then minute things after. Setting a plan and weekly goals; something to go off of, or have a motion in place.
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Gamer of Life
Coffee... just coffee.
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" Keep doing what you love to do "
Back in action
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Becoming a better person.
Wake up -> Drink coffee -> Eat almonds -> Go to gym -> Do yoga -> Sit to work.
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@mayank_gupta11 that's amazing!
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Becoming a better person.
@tapsi my everyday routine :P
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Living for experiences
setting my and my team's agenda and priorities for the week!
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@rg97 that's a good way to go!
Founder of n1.team
Prepare to the launch. 😁
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Accounting Student
I usually get up early when monday start to do work and missing weekends vibes. But, I started with the coffee and try to pray for everyone will have a good weekdays a head.
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@joy_park1 wishing you a great week ahead! :)
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Mobile & AR Dev | Wellbeing enthusiast
In the morning, cook a delicious breakfast, meditate, read the news about coronavirus, meditate again 😁
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@stas_voronov haha perfect!
UX/UI designer in Duckshout app 🐤
Something sweet for breakfast - like a giving to the brain to improve focus and productivity 😃. And scrum meetings with the team every Monday to get ready for the work week, to close the previous sprint and plan a new one.
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Researcher in Fluids/Aerodynamics
Hope the pandemic changes the weather too, so that I don't have to get roasted while commuting to work
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@anurag_r hahaha let's see if it does :p
Architect, Art, Writing, Music
I make a TO DO list of the week and made my weekend plan :)
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@thunderbird27 I like that!
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beer, only a good beer
Co-Founder & CEO at Basewell.com
It's cliche, but up early. I grab an espresso, and either meditate in the word or workout. I believe in a concept called "bookends." In essence, bookends are moments of control in seemingly uncontrollable circumstances. Simple rhythms that travel with you wherever you are; a discipline that builds confidence, internal trust, and momentum. If you start and end your day the same way—regardless of where you are, or what's going on around you—it's a subtle yet powerful reminder that you remain in control of a portion of your environment, which in turn reinforces your confidence that you actually have the power to keep pushing. Plus, a little bit of breath in the midst of professional chaos doesn't do any harm!
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@evst sounds great!
Co-Founder & CEO at Basewell.com
@tapsi For sure!
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Partner. The N2D Method.
Run, yoga, meditation with The New Headspace then plan the week by checking Todoist for planning tasks Fantastical 2 for Mac for checking calendar (and sorting out any blips) and Spark for Mac where I organise any action emails to hide from me and resend on the day I need to action them. I check FreeAgent for any invoices that need to go out that week and any late ones and check cashflow with Float. Then I feel pretty set for the week ahead.
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Partner. The N2D Method.
@tapsi Thanks!
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outdoor / fishes / travel
My Monday ritual is that I will have a good exercise for about 1 hr then I'll start doing my work. This way, it makes my body more productive and releases negative vibes throughout my body.
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@vincent_roush that's great!