I did write about the week before last, but it was rubbish. I had planned to re-write it, but I guess I forgot.
Anyway, moving on. This past week was bad. Really bad.
I had been incredibly close to earning my 10% with Kleeneze. It would've been my first time, too. Unfortunately, through a lack of experience and confusion with deliveries, I spent 3+ hours waiting around for the delivery guy, when I could've/should've left a note. Well, live and learn.
What I did learn is that for the next period, I will easily be able to achieve 10%!
This coming Tuesday I'm visiting the stop smoking nurse. Between now and then, I'm going to be really conscious of when I crave, and when I smoke and essentially try to cut down now. This should give me a head start for when I try to stop for good. I've tried many times before, even spending £100 on a one-day Allan Carr Easy Way course, but nothing has worked. The difference between then and now? Personal development.
My Upline gave me Darren Hardy's Design Your Best Year Ever book. It's designed so that you write in your goals, why you want to achieve them and how you can achieve them, which will help greatly not just with my business goals, but personal ones too, such as quitting smoking.
It's the one biggest vice I've ever had. I could quite easily give up alcohol, and weed has never been an issue (not smoked in 2 1/2 years, and not noticed either). It'll be interesting to see the difference with this try-around compared to previous attempts.
Provided the weather holds and madam isn't too upset, I'll be doing a mini-drop of catalogues today, just to further increase my points and therefore my income. WOO!
...Spongebob is great.
Last night, I was working and just before I clocked out and went to bed (sleep-ins at work tend to suck), I planned what I would do today. For some reason, I really enjoy planning stuff, doing lists and such, so it's not a new concept to me. So instead of writing key things, I wrote everything. What time I'd get up, what time I'd get dressed, what time I'd get back home, eat breakfast etc. And it helped, really helped. Sure, I would've done those things anyway, but I was able to do them efficiently, and it helped to control my cravings too, by keeping me busy!
My brain is starting to dissolve, so I'll end it here. If you made it this far, you're probably as confused as I am. Laters, tata's!