Work At Home: Create your own Daily Calender
By Tal Fighel

Did you already write down your daily,
weekly, monthly, and yearly goals?

What about writing down your next
day marketing plan and your business
schedule on a piece of paper. Are you
one of those people who never have
an effective strategy in place and keep
putting this important task off over
and over again?

I am here to tell you that you are going
to accomplish so many things by planning
ahead and knowing what
you want to do in the near and far future. Where do you
want to be in
2 years? How about in 6 months? What do you want to accomplish

If you are having trouble planning ahead of time, here is a small suggestion:

At the end of each day, right before you go to bad, sit down for a few minutes and
write down what you think would be necessary for you do the next day. What do you
think you should be doing to improve your work at home business? What kind of
action are you going to take?

Doing this will:

1. Allow you to end the day without you going to bed and staying up thinking what
you are going to do tomorrow.
I always plan what I am going to do the next morning
that is going to be effective and productive for my Internet business. So once I write
this down on a piece of paper, I am free from any thoughts of what I am going to do the
next day.

2. As soon as you wake up you can get started on what you planned on the night
You won't have to start wondering where you will start and what actions you
will be taking. For me, as soon as I wake up, I get right to it. I do what I need to do and
then I can have the rest of the day off to do what ever I want to do.

Here is an example of what I write down and do the very next day in my online

Things to do tomorrow:

1. Check my previous day sales stats and see how much money I made and how much
money I spent on PPC.

2.  Check my emails and respond to anyone who emailed me. Delete all the spam
emails too. ( I hate those spam emails)

3. Write a new work at home article. As soon as I finish writing it, editing it, and proof
reading it, I need to submit it to the article directories that I am currently using. I will
also add this article to my own articles page.

4. As soon as I add my new article to my article's page, I will email this article to my
work at home email subscribers too since many of them enjoy reading what I write.

5. Write between 3-10 posts at my favorite work from home forums.

6. As soon as I am done with all of the above, I am pretty much done for the day and
can turn off my laptop. Now I can do what ever I want to do for the rest of the day."

By having this kind of a plan in front of you every single day, you'll sleep better at
night and you will know exactly what you will be doing the next day that will be
effective for your business.

About the author:
Tal Fighel is the owner of The Work At Home Income Directory. You can
find more of Tal Fighel's articles here:
work at home articles.
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