We know: Work weeks can be rough.
In fact, each day seems to present a different challenge. On Monday, you’re looking for a jolt to start the week. On Wednesday, you need some help to get over the hump. And on the weekends, you need to get rejuvenated for the week ahead.
Well, no matter what day it is, we're here to help. These 45 motivational quotes will offer perfect inspiration and just the push you need to succeed all week long.
Monday: Get Motivated
Sure, even The Carpenters agreed that “Mondays always get you down,” but that doesn’t mean some good-old-fashioned motivation can’t get you geared up and excited for the week ahead. Let these quotes motivate you to go that extra mile today!
Tuesday: Get Down to Business
When Tuesday rolls around, it's really time to get down to work. Having trouble getting started? These expert quotes will help boost your productivity so you can power through that to-do list!
Wednesday: Keep it Going
It’s hump day, so you’re already through half of the week. But don’t let that stop you from working hard to achieve your goals. These quotes will give you that extra push to keep reaching.
Thursday: Reflect on All You’ve Done
You’ve been hard at work all week, so now take a moment to look back at all that you’ve achieved. These reflective quotes will open your mind and allow you to appreciate where you’ve been and where you are going.
Friday: Conquer Your Fears
It’s Friday, which means it’s the end of the work week. As you move into your weekend, remember not to let your fears hold you back—in your career or your life! These quotes will urge you to leave your worries at the door and walk confidently toward the future.
Saturday and Sunday: Prep for Success
The weekend is a time for relaxation, rejuvenation, and reflection on what you really want. Use these extra moments of free time to mentally prep for success!
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Alisha is one of the summer interns at The Muse. She is a Public Policy major at the University of Chicago. During the year you can find her writing music at the piano, playing any sport in the world, over-enthusiastically giving admissions tours and interviewing prospective students, and fawning over her hyperactive golden-doodle. Follow her here on Pinterest.More from this Author