No dressing up, no pretend, nothing fabricated or costumed. I’m a writer, blogger. And now I generate significant income from such. HOW. All the principles that Sonic instills in terms of narration and prospecting, and NOT SELLING. As writers and bloggers I feel we wish and hope so much for something to happen rather than just convincing ourselves that we’re already there. Don’t act like you’re doing it, just move in that form and frame.
Have to send out a contract this morning, or re-send it rather. Then will be out of office visiting prospects. Shit, should have risen early from pillow and sheets. Woe of my life’s row. Ways to make it happen are beyond obvious, so why don’t I embrace and enact them. Good question, which isn’t much a question but more a statement.
Quiet in office, two trainers and other AE not yet here. Babies coming home today, and me getting impatient. With what. Everything. Don’t I tell myself and can hear others telling me, ordering me. So…. Keep moving. Fear no error or folly or simple mistake. Just keep deciding, realizing, actualizing and materializing.
Putting $10 in envelop in desk drawer. No cash. Saving. For what. Business. MY business. Turn a blog into something like this, like Sonic, with everything it is and speaks and connotes. How…. By making a book out of everything… a book on production and productivity, a book on taking notes/notes to self, a book on selling but not selling, a book on marketing, and office atmosphere, management…. Budgeting, and empirical business. Not sure where I am in the hundred day project I set before self. I’m estimating late 80s or early 90s. The goal of the project was to be on autopilot, and I more or less, I think more—definitely MORE—am.