On a train to work I finished the blog post (910 words).
I added a few images, formatted and published The Slight Edge report on my blog.
I formatted and scheduled broadcasts to my email lists.
I wrote a message to my AMS client trying to teach him estimating ads’ profitability.
On a train back home I went through a backlog of my emails. I replied to two authors and two readers.
In the evening I had a couple conversations with guys from the Community.
I slept 6 hours.
In the morning I put together my daily data snapshots from AMS campaigns and sent it to Brian Meeks.
On a train to work I started a new blog post (500 words).
Today I worked at client’s site. At the office I only added a plenty of links to my The Slight Edge report and saved it as a draft.
On a train back home I wrote anotehr 540 words for a fiction short story.
I ate a dinner and collapsed to a bed. In the evening I checked on my coaching clients and made up for holes in various habits and tracking metrics of mine.
I slept 6.5 hours plus 1.25 hours. I napped 10 minutes on a train to work.
I woke up 15 minutes before an alarm clock. So I shortened my morning ritual and get on an earlier train to work than I intended to.
On a train to work I wrote 620 words for a fiction short story. I was overly sleep deprived to write anything serious.
My ads were again hit by bots. I wasted my whole afternoon on writing a ticket to KDP support and crunching my numbers to make sure it’s for sure a case of wrong data, not my own data blindness. Numbers definitely proved my gut feeling that something is a way off.
On a train back home I wrote 490 words continuing the story. I was tired. Only coffee kept me on my legs.
I took a quick nap and went for my church community meeting.
In the evening I had a call with an author about AMS ads.
I did 67 pushups on the left arm. A record.
I slept over 5.5 hours. I napped 10 minutes in the afternoon.
On a train to work I wrote 520 words for a blog post.
I corrected and published a review of Steve Scott’s newest book.
On a train from work I finished the blog post and outlined a book review.
I had a meeting with my son about my business and his help in it.
In the evening I had my church community meeting at my home. Right after the meeting I called a new guy from The Community.
I posted a live video in The Community asking for referals.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 10 minutes on a train to work.
I wrote 370 words finishing the book review for my mentor. I sent it to my proofreader immediately.
I went with my kids to a church for a mass.
In the afternoon I took all kids to a cinema for the movie “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.”
After the movie I wrote 610 words for my novel.
I slept 6.5 hours. I napped 10 minutes plus 45 minutes.
I woke up 6:10 am and did m full morning routine.
At 8 am I had a call with my accountability partners.
Amazon again screwed my ad campaigns (and my client’s). I spent almost an hour writing a complain to KDP Support.
I wrote 1060 words of my mentor book’s review.
I went with my wife to her friend’s wedding. It took me the rest of the day. I checked on my clients on my mobile two minutes here and there. The amazing benefits of technology 😉
Late in the evening I finished my habits and answered several comments in FB group about the recent hiccup of AMS reporting.
I slept 6.5 hours. I napped 30 minutes on a train to wedding.
On a train to work I wrote a first message for AMS service email sequence (220 words) and 550 words continuing the blog post.
I wrote an outline of a book review for my mentor (220 words). I complied with remarks of an editor and added 110 words changing the end of my Medium article. I sent it to my proofreader.
I corrected, formatted and published a Quora answer.
On a train back home I studied the book about AMS ads.
In the evening I took part in an online meeting with my mentor and other guys from The Community.
After that I had a meeting with my neighbors about connecting our parcels to the public sewage system.
I slept almost 6.5 hours. I napped 10 minutes behind the desk.