Like cogs in a machine, or tools in a toolbox, every day of the week has a different purpose.
Tuesday is the Do-Day.
After setting the goals and objectives for the week on Monday, Tuesday is the day to make things happen. Bite off big chunks. Pull the long levers. Create evidence of progress.
Tuesday is for tackling. Not tinkering.
Tuesday is for chopping. Not chipping.
Tuesdays should be spent in the shop.
Or in the lab.
Or at your desk and cranking.
Or on the pole and spinning. (If that’s the kind of work you do.)
As Redman said, Tuesday is time for some action.
There should be clear quantifiable evidence of progress by the time you turn off the lights Tuesday night. You should have sunk your treads deep in the soil of your workground, gained traction, and propelled your projects forward.
Tuesdays are great days to work alone. Put away your phone. Hold your calls. Forget about email for a day. And make some frick’n magic.
Spend as much time as you can afford in Total Focus mode.
Remember that scene in Elf when the rest of the workshop is disappointed in Buddy for only making 85 Etch-A-Sketches?
That’s a Tuesday mindset.
Tuesday is the difference-maker. Tune out the distractions. Get to your most important work of the week. And make things happen. The progress you make on Tuesday creates momentum that propels you the rest of the week.
*For maximum impact, share this message with your team on a Tuesday morning.