Messaging

On a train to work I wrote 680 words outlining the new book. I think I’ll give a go to this one.
Today I had a day of answering and composing messages.
I wrote an email to my mentor about my upcoming book.
I wrote to my two translators offering them a deal for a nice cover from my publisher.
I wrote to my friend who offered me some advice on my writing.
I wrote to another friend replying to her questions about signing the contract with Archangel Ink.
I wrote to the author I helped a bit with his launch in the past and inquired him about my new book idea.
I replied to the blogger who gave me her feedback about From Shy to Hi.
I wrote to Pat Flynn also inquiring him about my new book idea.
I replied to the blogger who contributed to my consistency book. I also asked about my book idea.
I wrote three different emails to my publisher:
1. updating them on the steps I’ve undertaken preparing the launch of the personal philosophy book. I also asked them about the launch strategy.
2. An inquiry about my sales numbers.
3. An inquiry about my subscription rate and how it compares to the industry’s average.
I asked another blogger if she wants to read my personal philosophy book. She agreed.
All these messages took me 4 hours to write.
On a train back home I edited and formatted a new blog post. I also edited the materials of my contributors.

In the evening the hole on my Lift wall had unsettled my mind, so to keep a clean conscience I wrote 118 words for my savings program.

I slept a bit less than 5 hours.

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About Michal

I’m a father of three – two sons and a daughter. I’ve been married for more than 15 years. I’ve been a church community member for more than 18 years. And I just cannot resist the urge to make this world a better place. First of all by becoming more, by focusing on my personal growth. And then by an absolute transparency of my progress.
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