Getting Information Marketers and Bloggers to Make More Money from Their Businesses
I’ve been away from home for just over a month. It feels like it’s been a lot longer though. I suppose that’s mostly because every day is filled with new things that I’ve never seen before. It feel like I’ve been gone forever and it’s hard to believe that I’m only about half-way through this trip.
Anyway, in October I made $2121.38, which is almost the same as what I made last month.
I can’t really complain though since I barely did any work at all in October, and none of it was on any of my current money-making sites.
I wrote 5 articles and I started writing a PDF for something I’m working on for 2011, but that’s it. I don’t think that even works out to 4 hours a week. Tim Ferriss would be proud :)
I guess it’s just been difficult to devote time to working while I’m trying to navigate my way through foreign countries, and being exhausted from the humidity and yoga I’m sure doesn’t help much either.
I suppose I can try to put in more time in November. Or, in a worst-case scenario, I can just work non-stop once I get back home in December to finish up some projects I want to take live in January.
This might seem a little crazy, but I’m actually considering doing polyphasic sleep when I get back to the US. It seems like something interesting that would be fun to try and might even help me squeeze more hours out of a day. I know John Flowers has done it in the past successfully, and it seems that Tim Ferriss is going to write about it in his upcoming book the 4-Hour Body (which I am quite excited about).
Well, I guess that’s all there really is to say since I didn’t do much work this past month. Here’s my ClickBank screenshot. I made a few extra bucks from other affiliate networks, but it takes too much time to photoshop them onto my CB graph (especially when you’re short on time and working on a frustratingly-small netbook). I hope you don’t mind.
Well, I’m off to go find a coffee shop in Singapore to perhaps get a little work done now that one of my new friends Javier has shown me how to access the Wireless@SG city-wide wi-fi network (thanks again). Talk to you soon :)