Category Archives: Success

The Best Day of My Life

On a train to work I wrote 730 words for a Quora answer. I downloaded ads reports from AMS dashboard and prepared reports for my clients. I contacted few of them updating them about their figures. I researched new keywords … Continue reading

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Vacations in Bulgaria

Wi-Fi was only in the hotel’s lobby. I wrote every day about 1,000 words – I finished my annual The Slight Edge report and brainstormed about a new book. I was in contact with my coaching clients, but most of … Continue reading

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She Quits

I drove to the mechanic for a scheduled part replacement. Unfortunately the job took them longer than anticipated. I was 3 hours late to work. While I waited for the mechanic I did my three main habits (reading the book … Continue reading

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First client for Amazon ads

On a train to work I wrote a weekly update to my email list (670 words) and started an October’s 2016 income report (230 words). At the office before work I added 180 words to the income report. I replied … Continue reading

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BIG NEWS!!!

On a train to work I wrote 700 words for a Medium article. I replied to an inquiry about my coaching. I wrote a Quora answer (770 words), formatted it and marked for proofreading. I corrected another answer, saved it … Continue reading

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$400 in one day

I forgot to check on the furnace. All the coal burned out. So first thing in the morning, instead of doing my morning ritual I added coal and fired up the furnace. In the meantime I did most of my … Continue reading

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First $1,000 from CreateSpace

I went for the breviary prayer with my church community at 6 am. On a train to work I brainstormed about a new blog post and wrote 610 words for a Quora answer. I jotted down a couple of quick … Continue reading

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