This is the final “Weekly Update” you guys will see from me. The purpose of these updates, was to give you a detailed idea of how I started out, managed by time, and kept moving forward. From this point on I will do my best to post monthly journals so that you can still get an idea of what kind of progress is being made, without having to sit through all of the unnecessary, boring details and get right to the things that matter.

This week was much like the others in that I worked during the day and put in a few hours each night. I read on my breaks, this weeks book is #AskGaryVee, and listen to motivational podcasts all day long. I am still working on trying to find that balance between spending time on work and time with family, friends, and my significant others.

Highlights from this Month: Set up web hosting, bought a few domains, purchased a website building package, built my website, hired a few freelancers, set up a newsletter, started growing my network on linkedin and other social platforms. These are the first steps to success in every online business. Follow my lead and take action!

Books I’m reading: The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss, #AskGaryVee by Gary Vaynerchuck

Here’s a quick one-line recap of each day for you:

Monday: Spent the work-day Networking on Linked-in. Started using Evernote (Great tool for entrepreneurs!)

Tuesday:  Got email services set up for Newsletter launch coming soon!

Wednesday: Wrote blog posting about how/ why to build an email list.

Thursday: Brainstormed new ideas for things to come! Ordered missing podcast equipment.

Friday: Wrote a review of the Four Hour Work Week, discussed website needs with graphic designer.

Saturday: Work out day, Worked on mobile optimization. Scheduled first Podcast Interview!

Sunday: Finished painting the office. Came up with a pivot plan.

And that’s it. Every day I also made edits to this site in small, significant ways. See you next month with some awesome updates and hopefully more tips to help you get started. If you have any ideas or suggestions for me, please leave a comment below!