Looks like it’s been a couple of weeks since I posted one of these. I like writing them but sometimes I just forget to do this.
Looks like I have a great week ahead. There’s a bunch of projects on the books, primarily larger projects (print books or ebooks) as well as recurring projects because it’s the beginning of the new month so that’s when I send out a lot of client posts for the month.
Here are the books and ebooks I’m working on this week:
- Finishing and publishing a print book on leadership for a client in the home service industry
- Writing a print book on communication for the same client as above
- Writing a print book on sales for the same client as above
- Writing a print book on a specific kind of real estate investing for a real estate investor
- Writing a print book that will actually be a sort-of “secondary sale” to the above book
- Writing an ebook on a specific kind of real estate investing for a real estate investor (a different one than above)
- Writing a book on real estate investing that will be sold at a conference I’m attending in June (stay tuned for more info on this project)
- Writing a book for myself (more on that in the coming weeks)
Those are the books and ebooks I’m working on. Of course when I say “writing” I don’t mean “completing”, I just mean “working on”.
I’m also doing something I haven’t done before to help keep me moving on these projects: This will be my first full week of my personal challenge to get up at 5:00 AM every day, but I’m also writing down my wordcount every hour of my working day. I’m doing this because it’s an effective way to track my productivity. Yes, writing a simple volume of words isn’t the most important thing (they could be garbage words, right?) but I’m trying to get a sense of how my level of productivity rises and falls through the day and this is the best (albeit imperfect) measurement I have.
Well, time to go. Gotta get back to all these books!