Productive sprint

I had a call with my accountability partner.
I planned the day of work, hour by hour.
Of course I quickly blew the plan to the pieces :/
I went to the church for the Holy Saturday morning ritual with my daughter. I bought bread, a difficult mission in Poland this morning.
I got my proofreaders corrections for a couple of my Quora answers, reviewed them and corrected them on Quora and Medium.
I took one of those answers and re-published it on my blog.
I sent a than you email to the scientist who invented tiny habits.
I wrote 1050 words of a blog post about one of the the issues my subscribers have with personal development.
I corrected a broadcast, I added a paragraph to it, formatted and sent it to my email list.
I formatted (adding 80 words) and pubished a Quora answer.
I submitted one of my answers to Medium publication.
I made a quick call to my (very part time) virtual assistant.
I edited #14 book manuscript a bit.
I prepared (spellchecked, formatted and translated Polish words) 7,000 words and sent them to my proofreader.
I finished my habits, took a nap and drove to the twon with my daughter and son for Easter Vigil.

I did 36 narrow-grip chin-ups. Record.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 30 minutes.


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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