I woke up at 7:10 am.
In the morning, I wrote 660 words for my novel.
I reused an old Quora answer, added 70 words and published it under a new question.
We drove (the whole family) to my mother in law. We also visited my wife’s uncle. We were back at home at about 8:30 pm.
I checked on my coaching clients.
I filled my gratitude journals and hit the bed.

I slept for 7.5 hours. I napped for 30 minutes.

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I wrote 660 words for my novel.
I wrote and published a short (160 words) Quora answer.
I checked on my coaching clients.

I slept for 5.5 hours.

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I woke up at 6:11 am.
I reused my old Quora answer and published it for a new, similar, question.
I wrote 320 words for the March 2019 income report.
On a train to work, I had a quick call with a new team member and I wrote 440 more words for the income report.
I recorded a training video about dividing huge keyword files into 1,000-word chunks.
I checked on my coaching clients.
In the evening, I went for the God Friday service.
Late in the evening, I had a 40-min video call with a new member explaining her how to proceed with reloading ads.

I slept for over 7 hours. I napped for 20 minutes.

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I woke up at 5:51 am.
I wrote 750 words for an email broadcast.
I reused my old Quora answer and published it under new question.
I planned the next three days in my calendar.
I spellchecked, formatted and sent an email broadcast to my list.
I sent a few orders for ads to my sister.
I downloaded the sales report from CA and analyzed the results. To my surprise the best earner was my book #3 – “Learn to Read with Great Speed.”
I cleaned up my email inboxes. I got a notification from my accountant about taxes and worked on that a bit.
I checked on my coaching clients and attended my mastermind call.
In the evening, I went for the God Thursday service.

I slept for almost 7 hours. I napped for 25 minutes.

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I woke up at 7:02 am.
I reused an old Quora answer and published it as the new one.
I read my journal entries from March and wrote 790 words for the March income report.
On a train to work, I wrote three messages to my existing customers inviting them to the Canadian market.
On a train back home I did my 10-minute habits.
I checked on my coaching clients.
I updated the book description of “The Art of Persistence.”
I created two experimental category-based ads in Canada.
I created two template ads for new customers in Canada and ordered the full set of ads for them.

I slept for almost 8 hours. I napped for 25 minutes in the afternoon.

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I woke up at 6:24 am.
I compiled a Quora answer from my old post and fragments of two books.
I wrote 300 words finishing the February 2019 income report and 360 words outlining the March 2019 income report.
I did taxes of my 18 year old son.
I drove to the county office for paperwork about our gas installation at home.
Money from PayPal arrived to my bank account and I divided them according to my ProfitFirst system.
I bought a lamp for my car online. It arrived today and I installed it.
I did my habits and attended my mastermind call. During the call I created a dozen ads for a customer and the template ad for another customer.
I checked on my coaching clients.
I drove for my church community meeting. It lasted almost til l0 pm.

I slept for 7 hours.

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I woke up at 5:13 am.
I wrote 90 additional words, put it together with my book’s content and published a Quora answer. I also found a few promising questions and saved them for later.
I wrote 690 words for my February 2019 income report.
I planned the next three days in my calendar.
I answered to a wonderful email from a reader.
I took three files with new keywords provided by a fellow author and processed them.
On a train to work, I made an inventory of my old keywords looking for some sets that I could reuse in Canada. I found 8 files and sent them to my sister to create an order for the ads.
I read the book written by a saint and practiced speed reading for 10 minutes during my commute. I caught a nap on a train back home.
I had less than a couple of hours at home. Apart from normal activities, like eating dinner, I studied the Bible and checked on my coaching clients.
At 5 pm I drove for my church community meeting in a town 40 town away with my son. We attended a catechesis and we were back at home at 15 past 10 pm.
I touched base with my new team member, filled my gratitude journals and hit the bed.

I slept for 7 hours. I napped for 20 minutes on a train from work.

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