Day 6

Tomorrow is the big day. I will release these blogposts on Tuesday 31st of October 2017.

Just following up some advice I’ve heard a lot for podcasts. Don’t start with just one episode but do three to five instead at once so it looks like you’ve been busy for a while and that you’re not a onetime podcaster only.

On the other hand it’s still scary as $#!7 and this prolongs the actual posting a bit. Damn I hope this feeling will dissipate soon. I feel sovulnerable and scared.

Lets do a little fearsetting exercise. (if you don’t know what it is -> Tim Ferriss Ted Talk on Fearsetting)

What’s the absolute worst that can happen?

  • People’s opinion about me will change.
  • They might be disappointed.
  • People don’t want to work with me anymore.
  • I cant pay my bills anymore
  • End up on the street
  • Sell my body for money ?

I guess thats basically it…

So nothing to worry about. ?

Could I handle it if it came to that? Sure thing bruh! No problem.

It sounds so exaggerated that it actually makes me laugh.

So yeah I got this. ?

Posting this tomorrow after I write day 7.

By the way! The project that I was talking about will probably go through ?
This would mean I could earn around € 24k in two months. That would really make a dent in the balance! Hearing more on Thursday. Will get back to you.

For now lets take the score for day 6.

Yesterday € 25 for traveling to my parents by public transport and back. But it won’t get charged yet.. Just like that today I worked for a customer (€ 100) but I don’t get paid yet.

Expected expenses today:
Around 15 for grocery shopping

Expenses yesterday:
€ 0,00
€ 0,00

Expected income today:
Nothing it’s the weekend

Income yesterday:
€ 100,00 (customer work)

€ 2,55

Current balance personal account:
€ 55,83

Current balance business account:
– € 36,22

€ 22,12

– IRS: € 46.745,16
– Business: € 22.016,58
– Personal: € 8.609,99

Total Debt:
€ 77.371,73

Balance day 6:
– € 77.349,57

€ 4.900,00 + € 100,00 (customer work) = € 5.000

That’s it for today again. Have a great day!


Currently reading this financial book:

Bob Proctor – You Were Born Rich

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