News.com.au has jotted down things that some of the successful people do at the start of their work weeks.
James Reinhart from ThredUp.com has advised to use weekends effectively. He said that weekends are a time to unwind, to relax and to think. Therefore, it is important to give work a halt and yourself some time to reset.
Author of 'What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast', Laura Vanderkam, said that it is very important to plan the week. At the start of the work week, take time to plan out maybe six to eight priorities for the following days, and schedule them. This will help you to have a great week.
Vodaphone's Vittorio Colao, who starts his day at 6 AM, said that how early you 'get up' in the morning depends on what your body can handle and the only way to get more time out of your day is to take it by force. You could use that newfound time for work or for something personal and worthwhile.
Tim Armstrong of AOL advised that one can take advantage of the commute. If you are not driving and using public transportation, you can utilise on road time for catching up on emails.
At last it is worth noting here, how US president Barack Obama starts his work week. He said that along with the de facto physical benefits, exercising on Monday mornings sets the tone for the day and the entire week that follows.