Leadership Articles for Motivational Mondays

leadership for motivational monday

Here comes Monday, and to overcome those Monday blues, here are some of our leadership articles to keep you going through the day. Yeah, I’m going to bore you with some motivational Monday stuff. Here it goes:

Laziness Is The Key To Success

After that weekend, I know you are in no mood of motivational Monday, so here is the option of being lazy (and maybe skipping office).

Your entire life you have been told that “hard work is the only key to success”, or “there is no substitute to hard work”, or maybe “never hope for it more than you work for it.” These thoughts are true to some extent but it’s really hard to work hard, especially when you love being lazy. You dream of being successful and harnessing great leadership qualities even when practicing a supreme form of laziness? Guess what? That can come true.

“Practice not-doing and everything will fall into place.” – Lao Tzu

In today’s fast-paced, information-rich and technology-filled world, we never give ourselves time to take a break – doing nothing. We always push ourselves to always be doing something. This constant nagging makes us unfailingly check our e-mails at regular time intervals. But is this obsessive grip on your phones and constant updates on the social network good for us? Or can we justify passing a lazy day just by binge-watching? To know that, click here.

Is There A Way To Keep Business Meetings On Track?

As we all know, business meetings waste a great deal of time. Meetings are supposed to help employees in improving their productivity and thoroughness. However, somehow all the meetings get off track and thus are a waste of time. Meetings are supposed to be brief and to-the-point, extending them to discuss other topics doesn’t make any sense.

Here are some ways for keeping meetings on track and achieve the desired output from every meeting you ever attend. It can be done by any member who is attending the meeting and is not solely the task of a leader to prove their leadership skills.

Which Type Of Procrastinator Are You?

So which type of procrastinator are you? Oh, you don’t have to be ashamed of that. Everyone procrastinates at some point in their life, the only difference is, each one of us are a different type of procrastinator and the situation in which they choose to do nothing else than procrastinating. Here are some types of procrastination; you can now officially know what type of procrastinator you are.

The Perfectionist

The perfectionists set unrealistic expectations and due to that they never start a task. If you get overwhelmed by the thought of getting every detail perfect, you are the perfectionist.

The Dreamer

Abstract thoughts seem more pleasing to you than the real-life actions that are required to get things done.

The Snacker

Well, you feel hungry when you are about to start. You need a little snack now and then before you can put some effort in being productive. To know more types of procrastinators, click here. You Might Also Like: Monday Blues Be Like

Jane Harper
Writer. Human resources expert and consultant. Follow @thehrdigest on Twitter

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