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Old 21st April 2008, 08:25 AM   #11
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I did work on my blog , i want to know what did you do today or everyday to nourish your business ?
Who me? Okay. Here's what I've done so far today:

1. Wrote a new article

2. Submitted new article to select directories and websites

3. Added new content to my website

4. Interviewed a best-selling author

5. Wrote another chapter for my upcoming marketing book.

6. Helped out a member on a marketing forum

7. I'm currently in the process of doing some copywriting for a client.

As you can see, I practice what I preach. It should be noted that I do a combination of all of those things nearly every day. Anyway, that's what I've done so far today, but it's only 9:30, so I'm really just getting started.

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Old 22nd April 2008, 06:54 AM   #12
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I did some research in my work then just joining here in forum

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Old 22nd April 2008, 08:31 AM   #13
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Anyway, that's what I've done so far today, but it's only 9:30, so I'm really just getting started.
What time did you get up??

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Old 30th April 2008, 07:23 AM   #14
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What time did you get up??
Yeah, even I wanted to ask the same question . But, Dale you do so many things in a day, great !

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Old 3rd May 2008, 01:46 PM   #15
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Yeah, even I wanted to ask the same question . But, Dale you do so many things in a day, great !
Thanks, Veronica!

I'm an early bird, so I'm usually on my computer by 6 a.m.

It's been my experience that many other successful entrepreneurs get up early as well.

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Old 8th May 2008, 04:07 AM   #16
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Thanks, Veronica!

I'm an early bird, so I'm usually on my computer by 6 a.m.

It's been my experience that many other successful entrepreneurs get up early as well.

Dale King

Ya thats very much true, getting up early is one among habits of highly successful people. But I'm complete opposite - late sleeper and late riser . Good thing about an early riser is getting that extra quiet time in the mornings to work at a few next actions even before the day officially begins.

What you think about polyphasic sleep, this sleep deals with taking short sleep periods throughout the day at regular intervals instead of the big 8 hour chunk at the end of each day.

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Old 8th May 2008, 08:12 AM   #17
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What you think about polyphasic sleep, this sleep deals with taking short sleep periods throughout the day at regular intervals instead of the big 8 hour chunk at the end of each day.
"Different strokes for different folks!" I'm a firm believer in doing whatever works for you. If "Polyphasic sleep" (also known as the "Uberman sleep schedule" and "Dymaxion Sleep") works for you and you have the results to prove it, then by all means you should continue to do it.

On the other hand, if your sleep patterns aren't working for you and you aren't seeing the results, it may be time to switch things up.

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"Different strokes for different folks!" I'm a firm believer in doing whatever works for you. If "Polyphasic sleep" (also known as the "Uberman sleep schedule" and "Dymaxion Sleep") works for you and you have the results to prove it, then by all means you should continue to do it.

On the other hand, if your sleep patterns aren't working for you and you aren't seeing the results, it may be time to switch things up.

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Good thoughts there, Dale. But how exactly we do get to know that sleep patterns are not working better for us ?

Well, coming to the topic -

I did research on SEO tips and tricks, nothing much than this.

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Good thoughts there, Dale. But how exactly we do get to know that sleep patterns are not working better for us ?
Most people know their own bodies, including how much sleep they need to be productive. If you're having problems in this regard, ask your doctor to refer you to a sleep clinic, to see if you have any underlying conditions.

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Let see...

Checked e-mails
Posted on a few of my fav forums
Checked status of a shipment I'm expecting today (it's on time!)

It's still early so unfortunately my too be done list is a lot longer.
Finish custom labels so I can
Finish all started bandanas
Need to do another photoshoot of new product
Add new product to website (new crate cover and bandana fabrics)
After I receive my shipment start some new collars and leashes

Going to be a busy day!

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