Jan 22nd, 2020 | Momentum
I just love this feeling. The last experiment worked. Waking up earlier in the morning and working then as opposed to working after work in the evening. You should do the things that are most important to you first thing in the morning! I don't feel guilty anymore, even though I put in 2 hours on work in the morning and then about 1 hour in the evening. 3x5 = 15 hours in the week and about 10 hours on the weekend. That's 25 hours per week. That's MORE THAN ENOUGH, especially if you put in true work. You can run a whole company on these numbers (other peoples' words, not mine) [DHH] I have started putting myself out there and posting on Reddit, etc. Everytime it get's easier and easier, and I knew that already. The start is the hardest, as with everything. Today I posted on Reddit about a project of mine and the ProductHunt Ship pages are up and running. I also joined some startup slack groups and facebook groups. I also replied to some emails for GitGardener. I might build a Notion page over the weekend so you can see the projects I'm working on. Tomorrow I want to send a bunch of emails, first to the people that subscribed on my upcoming page and then to some penetration testers. Also, I will look into Ads for GitHub Gardener. Yes, I know, "aDs dOn'T WorK", but I'm trying to keep an open mind here and see for myself, it's not like I'm going to spend a fortune. See you tomorrow.
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