Ubermensch Day #26: Testicular cancer Polyphasic sleep:
My sleeping schedule is ♥♥♥♥ed, I think I have chronic fatique from the irrelgular sleeping schedule, I have to see the doctor soon to do a check up. Exercise:
Chest and bicep day. Curl like a bro, bench like a bro. I really don’t like going to the gym when it’s crowded, too much people. Going in the morning – like at 7:00 AM is nice. It’s mostly old people that hit the gym in the morning. I always like looking at the starving Arabic / Indian guys with popped collar squatting in the smith machines. Tee hee. Reading:
Read 30 pages of “It’s not about the bike” by Neil Armstrong. (110/210 pages). The book made me paranoid that I might have testicular cancer, so I fondled my balls and now it hurts. I’m going to see the doctor to do some blood work soon to test for balls cancer. Learning foreign language:
General review of the Korean alphabet (hangul) and learn 5 new words. Roughly 1 hour of learning.
Nov 17 2011
Brother = Oppa (what female call their old brothers or boyfriends)
Brother = hyung (what male call their older brothers)
Sister = Unni (what female call their older sister or female friends)
Sister = noona (what male call their older sisters or female friends)
Calling everyone else = toon sane (if they’re younger then you, applies to both male and female)
Word of the day: Galvanize (verb), (GAL-va-nize) – spurring someone into thought or action
Wrote 12 emails, promoting a product that nets $39 per sale. 12 emails equals to 1 month worth of “contact”, paced at 3 emails per week (roughly an email every two days). I’m looking to up the pace, from writing 4 emails per day, to 12 emails per day.
The business components basically works in 3 categories:
- Email marketing – writing emails to load into the autoresponder, “keeping in contact with customers”, in brick and motar parlance
- Traffic generation – search engine marketing, search engine optimization, video marketing etc. To get visitors, in brick and motar parlance
- Website itself – Lots of contents, the “store” in brick and motar parlance
I need to step up working 1 hour per day to 3 hours per day, then to 6. There’s no such thing as “easy get money fast” money, even when it comes to Internet marketing. Daily Conclusion:
Reading Neil Armstrong book made a positive impact in my life – namely, I’m booking an appointment with the doctor tommorow to check out my BALLS, just in case I got testicular cancer. Nothing is more un-aesthetic them having 1 testical. Tee-hee.
I have a wallpaper on my laptop. It’s a picture of a school kid sitting with the caption: “When work feels overwhelming, remember that you’re going to die”. Lulz. It resonances well with me.