Funds incoming

On a train to work I wrote 660 words for the mailing broadcast and 300 words for #12 book. I added 70 more first thing at the office.
I uploaded my book to the giveaway. All is set.
I converted the manuscript of my not yet published personal philosophy book and upload it to my site. Then I created and sent a broadcast to the email list created with my publisher. It was my first message ever sent to them and the open rate was 44%. Dozen people downloaded the book. A couple promised to publish review as soon as the book will be on Amazon.
I formatted and published a post about (not) achieving my goals for 2014: http://www.expandbeyondyourself.com/2014-goals-revisited/
I searched for more books for my book event, but I found just one good candidate.
I found 3 more job offers and saved them for the future reference.
On a train back home I reviewed a chapter of consistency book and rewrote its another chapter. I also proofread the broadcast to my second list. Most of those subscribers are with me for months, so I wrote about splitting my paths with the publisher and I asked them for support.
The money for apartment came into my bank account. I spent at home about 1 hour on the phone coordinating shutdown of my 4 different credits. I paid off one, I need to visit bank to paid off a couple more and I wait for a phone call from another bank.
I formatted and sent a broadcast to my second list.
I shared the next giveaway in a couple of FB groups.
I sent the invitation to my event to the author I found today.
I sent a message to my active accountability client.

I slept 5.5 hours. I napped 10 minutes behind my desk at the office. I napped 20 minutes at home.

Advertisements

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.
This entry was posted in Personal finances. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s