While working on my new product I cam across a rather interesting infographic. It offers some data on how early birds and night owls deal with Black Friday shopping.
Weird and fascinating stuff.
Whether you're a night owl or an early bird, I'd love it if you'd go visit The Night Owl Action Plan over on Product Hunt. I know plenty of night owls who would get immense value out of this product (especially while it is priced at $10) and I want to get the word out to as many of those who need it as possible.
Here's the link to check it out...and thanks!
More details at the link...but I'm really stoked about this one!
I'm going to be doing more video soon, so I know that there is that possibility. But other than that I'm not quite sure where to go with this network. I don't want to just use it for any kind of promotional purposes – that kind of defeats the purpose of the authenticity that social media generally should be about.
I'm kind of getting tired of crossposting. But you get to a point where that's all you really think you can do. I mean, having separate messages for all of the platforms that are out there (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.) can wind up just being noise just as crossposting can.
So I'm kind of feeling stuck here.
Open to ideas… Any suggestions?
I am a husband, father, writer, podcaster, speaker, and "productivityist".
In addition to writing for my personal weblog, Productivityist.com, I continue to contribute guest articles to several blogs on the topic of productivity, including The Huffington Post, GTD Times, and SUCCESS Magazine.
Prior to returning to full-time freelancing, I served as the Managing Editor at Lifehack, one of the top productivity blogs on the web. I've also been an editor at technology news site, The Next Web, and enjoyed a year-long stint as editor of the work-life balance blog, WorkAwesome.
I am also the author of "The Front Nine: How to Start the Year You Want Anytime You Want" from Diversion Books.
Along with my written work, I've given talks on productivity and technology, as well as several featured keynotes and workshops related to time, project and goal management. As a podcaster, I have created, produced and hosted several over the years. I currently co-host Mikes on Mics with Michael Schechter, a podcast that is part of the popular 5by5 network.
I live in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada with my amazing wife, daughter, and son.