For about the last six weeks, staying focused on getting out of the gig-economy has been difficult.
First it was the #coronavirus in China
I started paying attention to the Coronavirus and #covid19 about six weeks ago. When I was hearing nothing coming from the CDC and not enough from the WHO on the ground in Wuhan I thought that we may have a problem here.
So I started reading more and more about what was coming out of China, and then Iran and South Korea.
The next contender for my attention was the steem hostile takeover by Justin Sun. I don't have a lot invested in #steem, but enough that I don't want it to evaporate. Also I've finally started to find people on here that I like interacting with.
Then for the last week its been Coronavirus on steroids.
On lock down
We started #socialdistancing a couple weeks ago, kept the kiddo home and canceled all the plans. The only thing that I did was head to a remote little village to try to finish a project.
While I'm concerned about SARS-COV-2 and Covid-19, that project gave me the additional kick in the teeth where a client isn't going to pay me in a reasonable time, and its a large chunk of change too.
Getting 1% better
So, they (my client) have pushed me into a corner, and the only way out is getting out of the gig-economy. I don't want to get a job, especially now, so I am re-focusing once again on this project.
The way that I am planning to focus is to get 1% better at one thing at a time. Currently that is looking at the newsletter and building it, and then working on my entry level course. My goal is to have 3 sales by the end of the month. To do that I need to get 1% better and more focused on my goals, and spend less time focused on the news, drama in the steem-world and get it done!