Tag: startup

  • April 30 – Plan: Recovering

    Today I’ve been ill over the last few days – hence no diary entries. You know the deal, kid picks some bug up from nursery and goes on a germ fuelled rampage, infecting the entire household. Felt totally rundown yesterday, sore throat, phlegmy chest. Attempted to do some work but gave up mid morning. Today […]

  • April 25: Hard Slog!

      Check In I’m mad that my language learning (which is one of the 3 things I’m focused on this year) – is falling behind. I’m mad that I’m not making as much time for it as it deserves. I’m mad that not speaking Spanish at home is affecting my son’s ability to really communicate […]

  • April 24: Much Done, Much To Do

    Check In I’m glad that just as I began to slip back into disorganisation I recovered with some planning and regained focus. I’m glad that so many people thing ServiceChat is a great idea (except they don’t have to pay for it) I’m sad the all these people don’t have to pay for it (if […]

  • April 22: Frustrations Galore

      Check In I’m mad that I’ve spent most of today on two of the functional bits that should just work but don’t. With really important customer discovery effectively paused until I can get the ServiceChat beta site up, I’m seething that something I can’t identify is toying with me. Arrgghh – frustrating! I’m glad […]

  • 16-April-2013: Day One of the Rest of Everything

    Check In I’m sad I was too tired to wake up at my routine time and didn’t get to workout or do my language study. I’m glad I was much more focused on clear outcomes and really fought distractions. I’m glad I made time for things that normally distract me and I believe I limited […]