Every Wednesday I record a Facebook Live video titled MOVING DAY.
Each Wednesday I map out the reasons why viewers should not consider Wednesday to be “Hump Day” but rather they would be better off to consider each Wednesday as “Moving Day”.
The concepts surrounding Hump Day are simple but are poor concepts.
Those who consider each Wednesday to be a Hump Day believe that it is the middle “mountain” of the week and that once that mountain summit has been reach then the Thursday and Friday that follow that Hump Day are days where people who choose to, can choose to COAST downhill to the weekend.
I believe that people who view Wednesday as “Moving Day” see and create so much more opportunity for themselves on the Thursdays and Fridays of every week.
My concept of “Moving Day” is based on the use of this term during four day professional golf tournaments.
Golf tournaments traditionally have a cut off after two days [after Friday] where the players with the bad scores at this point fail to qualify to play on the last two days [Saturday and Sunday] of the tournament.
Only those players who qualify to play for Saturday and Sunday receive prize money.
Those who fail to qualify do not get paid.
And so Saturday in the golf tournament is then considered to be MOVING DAY where those golfers who knuckle down move up the leader board and those golfers who fail to capitalise move down the leader board to a more difficult position for the last day, Sunday, which is pay day.
As such, the Saturday performance seriously affects the Sunday outcome.
In a similar way, those people who believe that each week at work presents opportunity for those who “knuckle down” on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, are the people who frankly GET IT, and end up GETTING STUFF DONE on a consistent basis.
Putting it simply…
Putting it simply, if you believe that you can “move the needle” with hard work while others choose to coast, you absolutely can.
The choice is yours…
And the choice should be simple..
Send “Hump Day” packing….
Dr. David Moffet BDS FPFA CSP is a certified CX Experience coach. David works with his wife Jayne Bandy to help SME businesses improve their Customer Service Systems to create memorable World Class experiences for their valued clients and customers. Click here to find out how David and Jayne can help your business