Ubermensch Day #25: Become the 1 percent
Polyphasic sleep: Slept for 6 hours with Intermit naps. My sleeping schedule is ♥♥♥♥ed, I woke up at 22:00
Exercise: 1 hour of walking. Went to the mall and bought myself pen and a notepad for writing.
Reading: Read 20 pages of “It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (80/210 pages). I’m at the part where he talks about he how he deals with testcular cancer, he made me paranoid that I might have cancer of the balls, because mine is a bit sore, but it’s most likely from my drunken dry humping from last night. Will see the doctor soon ought.
Learning foreign language:
Hand written 2 pages of Hangul, 14 consonants, and 10 vowels. After I learn the double vowels, I have learned the whole Korean alphabet. The goal is to know how to write and pronounce Hangul competently – and gradually learn how to read Korean. I’m excited.
Nov 16 2011
ㅡ – Euh
ㅇㅣ – e
ㅇㅑ – ya
ㅇㅏ – ah
ㅡ – uh
Word of the day: apocrypha uh-POK-ruh-fuh , noun; – Various religious writings of uncertain origin regarded by some as inspired, but rejected by most authorities.
Business: Spent 45 minutes on an email campaign, was fixing and formatting the first 12 emails, which is like 1 month worth of email (3 emails per week). In this email campaign I have 50 emails already loaded up, the goal is 156 emails, which is 1 year’s worth of promotion and keeping in contact with the “customers” AKA buy stuff you consumer sheep.
I had 1 website that was just sitting there, it was making $150 to $500 per month, and made me over $6000 USD until the main company that was making me money went down to ♥♥♥♥. I was resting on my ass, confident that it will make me $10,000 USD profit just by sitting there.
I was wrong. The company shot down to ♥♥♥♥, and it took me nearly 4-5 months to switch companies so I can make more money but I lagged behind, because life is busy.
While making money on the Internet is relatively “passive” (it is a business, afterall) but you need a hard working ethic, something like 12 to 18 hours a day working to build a multi-million dollar company me think.
I’ll try to work 4-12 hours a day, 7 days a week. Life as a start up entrepeneur.
“All men are born alike, it’s their habits that sets them apart”.
And thinking, why am I taking 2 days off, when I should be doing this 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
“Genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 perspiration”
And this is where most fat middle age house wife get it wrong – the “secret” and “law of attraction” doesn’t work for weight loss. What works is running, fattie.
The mediocre mass is mediocre because of their habits – watching TV, endless Internet surfing, reading celebrity gossip. What if you can replace watching TV habit with reading? Interesting.