Taking Stock on a Monday 

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For many, Monday is the toughest day of the work week. Coming off of the weekend, everyone has to wake up, on time, and get right to work. Perhaps paradoxically, this can be even more difficult when everyone works remotely. 


However, at our company, we’ve found that Monday is a great time to take stock. That’s true both of the week and where we’re headed in general. This is absolutely the kind of thing that Danny covers in his remote marketing consulting in Los Angeles sessions, too. 

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Setting Goals You Can Meet 


It’s one thing to say “we’re going to go to the top of the rankings” or something like that. It’s a fine long term goal. However, it’s probably not going to help you or your employees very much on a Monday. 


Instead, small, actionable goals, things you can do right now, can be greatly beneficial. After all, at various points on Monday (before you’ve had your caffeine, after lunch, etc.) you may not be your most mentally alert, perhaps. So, giving yourself tasks that you can do competently and quickly is a good way to start your week off right. 


Plan Ahead of Time 


Some of the best writing advice you’ll ever hear, for something like a novel, screenplay, or some other long work: “write to your daily limit. Never go over it. Then, you’ll never have writer’s block. You’ll come back the next day refreshed.” 


The sheer amount of content that an online marketing company puts out rivals that of any novel, script, or anything else. This rule works here, as well. Obviously, you’ll have to break it should you be on some kind of deadline. However, if you do this far enough in advance, you’ll be well-equipped to meet any kind of deadline. 


Come What May 


Monday is a great day to plan for the rest of the week, but it’s also a good day to plan for longer, too. As of this writing, June is giving way to July. During the summer, it looks like more and more places are going to be opening up, as the threat of a second wave looms. 


To be prepared for any eventuality, Danny offers his experience and objective eye. He can help your business in a variety of ways. To learn more about it, schedule a session with him (at reduced COVID-19 pricing) at (213) 457-3250. 

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