I woke up 9:40 AM. I made up for the nightly YT binge.
I wrote 630 words for my novel.
I recorded a live FB video and shared it here and there.
In the afternoon I baked a cake with my son.
I lifted my wife and the other son from a train station, they were back from a weekend trip.
In the evening I had a call with one of my clients. His ads didn’t provide and we needed to change our strategy.
I slept 7.5 hours. I napped 15 minutes.
In the morning I had a call with my accountability partners.
I wrote 650 words for the article I started yesterday.
I forwarded three versions of a book description to my author friend.
I found a relevant question and published part of my latest blog post on Quora as an answer.
I sent a whole bunch of ad campaigns orders to my son.
I noted down a draft of contract with the Polish author for publishing his book in the USA.
In the evening I went with my daugter to a cinema for “My Little Pony: The Movie.” After that we went for my church community meeting.
I binge watched YT again. I ended this madness after 1 AM, finished my habits and went to bed around 2 AM.
I slept over 7 hours. I napped 15 minutes.
On a train to work I wrote a new article. Well, mostly I brainstormed it, however I think I will use about half of the text in the final piece.
I received a few payments, so I updated my balance sheets.
I sent instructions to my friend about adding more categories to his book.
Later I had a quick call with him explaining mechanisms of AMS ads.
In the evening I had my church community meeting.
I spent two hours watching talent shows on YouTube. Not the most productive use of my time, but I went to bed super inspired 😉
I slept over 7 hours. I napped 15 minutes on a train from work.
I wrote 610 words; I aded a finishing paragraph to the blog post I wrote yesterday and started a new Quora answer.
I edited and shared my FB live video I created yesterday.
I formatted and published a blog post on my blog.
In the evening I had a call with my friend who publishes his first book on Amazon.
I slept 6 hours. I napped 20 minutes on a train to work and 15 minutes behind the desk.
On a train to work I wrote 630 words for a blog post.
I replied to a few messages and wrote a few emails, most of them to the authors I work with. I called one author from India to advise him how to calculate the ROI of his ads.
I did a keyword research and found 1440 new unique words. I created a couple of campaigns from them and sent my son an order for 18 more.
On a train back home I wrote an email to my author-client.
I picked my daughter from a music school and brought two pizzas for a family dinner.
I recorded another (15th) FB live video.
I had a call with a Polish author who wants to publish his book on Amazon.
I slept about 7 hours.
I woke up and cleaned the kitchen. I barely scratched y morning ritual and had to run for a train.
On a train to work I started a new blog post (470 words).
I had a meeting with Polish author in a cafe today. I had more than an hour before the meeting, so I went to Starbucks, finished my morning ritual (journaling and reading fragments of three books) and wrote 570 more words for the blog post.
At the place of meeting I met with author’s assistant. He stuck in a traffic jam. We discussed thoroughly the case of publishing a bok on Amazon.com, different launch strategies, advertising and the like. The author arrived for the last 10 minutes of the meeting.
At the office I sent only a couple messages to authors who cooperate with me.
On a train back home I self-edited a couple of blog posts/ articles preparing them for my proofreader.
I slept almost 7 hours. I napped 15 minutes behind the desk.
I woke up 5:20 am and did my morning routine.
I wrote a short Quora answer (430 words), finished a blog post (360 words) and started another answer (280 words).
I calculated and registered numbers for my 10 AMS clients. I sent half of them updates and asked them to calculate their income.
My royalties came, so I exchanged Euro to Polish currency and divided funds among various accounts. I also set aside tax money and paid off credit card I use for AMS services.
On a train back home I wrote a few email to authors and readers.
In the evening I attended a mastermind call. During the call I sent summary of costs to the rest of my clients.
I slept 5.5 hours. I napped 10 minutes on a train to work.