Banish the Monday morning blues and start the week off with the right mindset.
Positive affirmations can be one way to retrain your brain to avoid the negative self-talk that tells you Mondays are something to be feared!
Take a look at our list below of 45 Monday affirmations you need to begin reciting:
Monday Affirmations for Work
Though findings around the topic are limited, there is some research to suggest that a positive attitude enhances work performance.
Here are 15 examples of Monday affirmations to inspire and motivate you in the workplace:
1.My success is inevitable.
2.I come to work with the best intentions.
3.I have many exciting career opportunities.
4.I am growing as a person.
5.I can handle whatever work throws at me.
6.I am ambitious.
7.My wellbeing is my number one priority.
Uplifting mantras can even be used to improve your overall health.
Read our health affirmations and you’ll find statements such as “I invest time in nurturing both my body and mind” and “Today I will make good choices”.
8.I bring positive energy to my workplace.
9.It’s ok to take a break.
10.Today is a fresh start.
11.I respect myself and the team I work with.
12.I am full of great ideas.
13.Everything I need to do a good job is within me.
14.I am excited by the challenges ahead this week.
A compelling 2018 study, conducted in China, revealed that simply anticipating future exciting events actually improves your overall wellbeing.
Finding positive work affirmations that are meaningful to you, can be one way to turn dread into anticipation!
15.I always achieve my work goals.
Want to manifest an amazing Monday?
Trust in the power of the universe by reciting an affirmation for manifestation!
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