Moving Forward Monday

It’s that Monday again….

Ministering to Minds

Right now, you might be still struggling to accept the reality that it is another Monday.

You are either trying to push your way out of bed to get your day started OR you have already begun your work day routine, sipping on your coffee for energy and looking around your office for motivation.

You are at Work.

You need to be at Work.

You don’t want to be at Work.

Do these thoughts sound familiar?   Maybe you are just having the typical Monday Blues or perhaps it is something else.

When was the last time you felt excited about starting your day?  When was the last time you felt that you were working towards something meaningful and purposeful? When was the last time you were enthusiastic about going to your job?

Now, this isn’t a motivational post to get you to stop working. But this…

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