What I did today
I’m tired, but I also don’t feel like I’m doing enough to get stuff done. I need to write more on Medium, I need to write more ebooks, and I need to work more on my niche site!
All of these are high priority projects that are falling by the wayside.
And I can’t really do that. I woke up this morning, knowing that I have a successful day ahead of me (in terms of income.
But, I’m also exhausted because my life isn’t my own right now. I’m running a rat-race treadmill that isn’t long-term profitable under this current iteration.
So, I need to find a way to get off that treadmill.
The only way I can see to do that is to “double down” on work on “passive” income sources like websites, real estate, content, and more.
If that ends up being the case, it will allow me to then sav every penny I possibly can to invest in those passive sources.
I’m working for a world where I own my time, not a company. That world allows my loved ones and I to spend time with each other instead of in corporate.
If that’s not worth waking up at 4am every day for, then I don’t know what is!
What I made today
Interview Coaching: $0
Today’s pro-rated amount of monthly expenses
My plan for tomorrow
Tomorrow should be about adding more content and work together. I have a fair amount of work that needs to get done, but I can’t really lose sight of the passive income channels.
After all, Google Analytics says I had 1 organic visitor yesterday on the site. We need to pump those numbers up by 10X!!!
So, I’m going to try to write a post for it today!
About the Author & The $0-$10K/Day Case Study
Dean’s goal is to create $1,000/day in passive income through entrepreneurship. Too many people write “success porn” that skates over the struggles many face in entrepreneurship
The hope is that this series of posts will inspire someone else out there to make their entrepreneurship dreams happen.
Dean Woods is currently a VC-backed startup executive by day and a bootstrapped micro-startup CEO by night. Prior to working in startups, Dean was at Boston Consulting Group. Dean graduated with honors from The Wharton School.