What I’m working on this week (Oct. 29 – Nov. 2)

Busy days ahead but it’s hard to do work when there are so many distractions!

I have a number of deadlines coming up in the next couple of days — should be able to hit them without any problem but they’ve all piled up here. I love it! It feels busy and it’s going to take some seriously hard work to get them all done on time.

But then there are the distractions: It’s my wife’s birthday today so there’s some celebrating to be done! I’m also tracking Hurricane Sandy — it won’t affect me personally but it will affect some friends and family and I’m fascinated by the size and historic nature of this storm. And, I’m hoping to take a few days off to rest my brain (especially after this big push of work) so that adds a layer of urgency to my work right now.

Here are some of the things I’m working on this week…

  • I’m continuing to do a TON of work for a real estate investor — we finished a printed book of his earlier this month and we’re starting on another one. (It’s the third we’ve written together). I’ve also got 8 ebooks to write for him. The timeline’s flexible but the sooner or better is what I say!
  • I love to prewrite any content that isn’t date-specific so for one of my clients, I’m nearly done writing all of her content for November. Just finishing the last few things this week. (Then next month: Work on December!)
  • And recently there was the New Orleans Investment Conference and I get a bunch of information about that event to write for an online junior resource website. Right now I’ve got about 7 or 8 reports to write but I expect more to pile in shortly.

As usual, there’s a bunch of other stuff too but I don’t want to bore you with what I do, which is basically to sit around all day and type furiously. I love what I do!!!

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Published by Aaron Hoos

Aaron Hoos is a writer, strategist, and investor who builds and optimizes profitable sales funnels. He is the author of The Sales Funnel Bible and other books.

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