What I did today
Today was one of the busiest days I’ve ever had. No joke-I was working constantly and without any sort of a break. I sat down, and then I looked up, and it was midnight.
Do you ever have those kinds of days?
It’s technically called “Flow”, when you get into a rhythm like that. Typically, it’s because you love what you are doing so much that you don’t notice time has elapsed.
It’s true that I did have a lot of fun, but I don’t think it was exactly “flow.”
Either way, it was the last busy day I’ll have in a long time. That is exciting because what a way to end it!
On my end, I’m now going to devote some time and energy to growing the affiliate sites and ebooks. One of the sites is actually beginning to show some positive signs. It’s still ~6 months from making any meaningful income…but there are positive signs!
What I’m thinking about today
I’m thinking about how short time is, and how quickly it flies by.
Man, I feel like I just got started on the entrepreneurial journey. Really, I’ve been trying different schemes for years.
I feel like I just graduated from college. Really, it’s been years
It’s this weird duality where the days feel extremely long when I’m in the thick of it, but time is going rather quickly.
So, in practice, I have years to hit my goal of $10K/day by 30.
In reality, it will feel like ~30 seconds goes by and I’m there. So, I need to see some results…now.
What I made today
Rental Income: $25
Interview Coaching: $0
Affiliate sites (1 site): $0
Today’s pro-rated amount of monthly expenses
My plan for tomorrow
Tomorrow is back to building up my websites. I think it’s time to publish more content for SEO purposes
About the Author & The $0-$10K/Day Case Study
Dean’s goal is to create $10,000/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 a management consultant. Dean graduated with honors from The Wharton School.