2-hour session is a thing
Total time: 23h 35min
The day started usually.
I ran final errands on the UX course with few breaks in between.
Not long after I talked with my girlfriend on Skype.
She’s coming home tomorrow from Denmark. We’re going to spend about a week together in her hometown.
When we finished, I got hungry.
I usually eat in front of the computer watching YT.
This time I talked with my friend from college about how’s life and stuff.
One thing led to another and we’re starting talking about some business opportunities – building a business around his script that can automate and improve SEO audits in small companies.
I researched a topic a little bit by asking experts about the SEO industry and ways of automatization their work. My knowledge about the topic is limited to the basics.
After finding out enough, I started working on the company’s branding.
Time for branding
In 2 hours I created a sitemap of things I need to include on the rebranded website.
Then, I watch TV show just to get my mind off the concepts I’ve just created.
Within an hour I was working on the sitemap again.
About an hour later I looked at the sitemap and pinpointed thing that is the most important – showcasing my process. It requires a lot of work but it’s crucial for me and the clients.
Talking in real life
Two hours into mapping my process, my friend called and we went for a burger.
2 hours later I came back and continued to work on mapping the process… for another 2 hours.
I went shower and right after midnight, I decided to work just a little more.
2 hours later I decided to go to sleep even though I wasn’t very tired. I wanted to avoid going back to the old patterns where I went to sleep after 3am and getting up around noon.
I found interesting that most of my work is based on these 2-hour sessions.
I looked back at the previous days and weeks and noticed similar patterns – 2 hours of work, some distraction – either entertainment, cooking or relaxing, and going back to work once again.
Plan for #041
Go to Cracov
Continue working on branding (communication, process)
A little celebration of our 3rd anniversary