5 Inspirational Quotes to get you through the Week.

We understand work weeks can get rough.

Each day seems to present itself with a different challenge. On Monday, you’re looking for a push to start the week. On Wednesday, you need help getting over the hump. And on weekends, you need to get rejuvenated for the upcoming week ahead. 

Well, no matter what day it is, we’re here to help! These 5 inspirational quotes will offer the perfect motivation to help you succeed all week long.

  Monday: Get Motivated

“Start where you are, start now, start with fear pain and doubt just start” 

Don’t let Mondays get you down, everyone could use some good-old-fashioned motivation to get you geared up for the week ahead. Let this quote inspire you to go the extra mile today!

  Tuesday: Get Down to Business

“No matter how you feel, get up, dress up, show up, and never give up” 

 When Tuesday rolls around, it’s really time to get down to work. Having trouble getting started? This quote will help boost your productivity so you can power through that to-do list!

  Wednesday: Keep Going

“It’s okay to make mistakes, to have bad days, to be less than perfect, to do what’s best for you, to be yourself”

 It’s hump day and you’re already halfway through the week, which is an achievement in itself! But don’t let that stop you from working harder to achieve your goals. This quote will give you that extra push.

Thursday: Reflect

“Better oops than what if”

 You’ve been working hard all week, so take this moment to look back on your achievements. This quote will allow you to appreciate where you’ve been and where you are going.

Friday: Conquer Your Fears

“Your past is not your future”


It’s Friday, which means you made it! As you move into your weekend, remember not to allow your past fears to hold you back in your career or your life. Leave your worries at the door and step confidently towards the future.

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