Do most people here work from home? What are the essentials you couldn't live without at your battlestation?
Here's my current setup where I work. The quote on the underside of the glass table reads:
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit. -Aristotle"
I live in Bali with my business partner who I've known for a long time. One of his primary focuses when moving over here was to become a skilled copywriter. The past two months he's been working through courses, re-writing histories famous sales letters, and reading top industry books... but he hasn't written a SINGLE sales letter himself.
He mentioned his success barrier the other day, said once he got the blank page infront of him it just wasn't working and he couldn't get himeself to write.
There's a MASSIVE glass table where both our laptops are most of the day. But also there's stacks of books, notepads, sketchpads, and an extra laptop with speakers for music. I woke up really late and cleared every bloody thing off the table, hid all 7 chairs leaving only one and taped together 3 sets of blank pages (blank sales letters to be written) His laptop was gone and the only thing remaining on the table were pens, blank sales letters, and his re-writes of histories most famous sales letters.
Metaphor being; free from distraction it becomes obvious what you need to do.
Thanks for sharing your information. Bali is a really a great place. Keep up the good writings.
I don't really have a home office because I usually work on different places in the world. You could say that many coffee shops all over the world are my home office.
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