Monday, July 5, 2010

What Are You Doing Tomorrow?


The biggest part of my online success has been my ability to always be constant and consistent with my work. It is my business and I have always treated it as such. I know exactly what I want to get accomplished every day, whether it be working on site construction, making videos, building backlinks or researching niches or keywords. This business of site building, as I have mentioned several times in the past, often does not give you instant visible results from the work you do. This business is about being consistent and having a plan. It is so hard to stop and start in this business and using the analogy of a wheel, it takes less effort keeping a wheel already rolling, in motion than it does to get the the wheel rolling. Even if you only map out 1 day in advance, at least you have a plan. I try to work 7 days out now and yes it never goes perfect and often times gets altered. At the very least though, I know what I have to get done tomorrow, do you? Try it. I promise you will get more done and thus get more results.

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5 comments:

Randy said...

Hi Dave,

Could post a sample schedule you use to help you stay focused on your weekly activities?

Focus is one of my biggest problems. It would nice to see what your typical work day is like.

Thanks.

soggy on July 5, 2010 at 9:34 PM said...

@Randy I doubt my schedule would help you any. For example, I have 6 new product pages that need to be built tomorrow. 2 articles to spin and submit to my article networks. 4 blog post to write and post. 1 feature article to write for a site. See what I am saying? My work will be like no one elses. You simply build a schedule for what you yourself need/hope to accomplish.

Dave

Brent said...

i tend to agree with Randy. I tend to think I am productive at times, and then at times I feel lazy. Now, knowing how much I make, compared to how much you make, I would like to see how busy your typical day/week would be.

soggy on July 5, 2010 at 10:05 PM said...

@Randy I doubt my schedule would help you any. For example, I have 6 new product pages that need to be built tomorrow. 2 articles to spin and submit to my article networks. 4 blog post to write and post. 1 feature article to write for a site. See what I am saying? My work will be like no one elses. You simply build a schedule for what you yourself need/hope to accomplish.

Dave

soggy said...

@Randy I doubt my schedule would help you any. For example, I have 6 new product pages that need to be built tomorrow. 2 articles to spin and submit to my article networks. 4 blog post to write and post. 1 feature article to write for a site. See what I am saying? My work will be like no one elses. You simply build a schedule for what you yourself need/hope to accomplish.

Dave

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