#InspiringMondays: 3 Questions for the Week


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My entrepreneurial friend David Tomas has a mission.  He calls it #InspiringMondays.  His mission is to build a company culture that has people as excited arriving to work on a Monday morning, as most people generally feel when they about to leave work on a Friday afternoon.

On this (potentially) inspiring Monday, I have 3 questions for you:

  1. What will you do differently for the first time in a long time?
  2. Who will you take action to build a deeper relationship with?
  3. On a scale of 1 to 10, how well do you use use your free time?

I would love your answers, ideas, reflections and links to powerful online resources in the comments below.  What’s your thinking?

6 responses to “#InspiringMondays: 3 Questions for the Week”

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  3. 1. Instead of waiting to complete my “to-do” lists until the end of the day, I will complete them in the morning.

    2. I will take action to create a deeper connection with my father. I moved out of the house 3 weeks ago and he lives only 30 minutes away, but I have already failed to keep in touch with him.

    3. 5/10. Though to-do list seems to make my free time like a chore I have to finish, at the same time, I feel like it pushes me to accomplish things and makes me feel great afterwards.

    As always, thank you for your great posts Conor!

    1. Brilliant. You just inspired me to pick up the phone and call my father 😉

  4. 1.- instead of writing ‘Meditate and reflect’ as the eternal to-do, I will start today DOING it.
    2.- I will strengthen my relationship with my father. In a couple of months I will stop visiting him every week and I don’ t want to lose the kind of magic moment that we are living.
    3.- I will increase the quality of my free time (now rates 3/10) without increasing quantity (around 15 hours per week, being 10 on weekends, rate 7/10).

    1. I love it. Thank you. My own “free time rating” is pretty low… I have recently had a tendency to not plan my weekends… which either is great or is terrible… must be a little bit more planned in my use of “free time” 😉

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