Do your damn work

I wasted many-a-day postponing answering to every comment in this post, so finally I just recorded it the whole time.

This is about 4 hours of time condensed into a 1 minute.

Whilst answering the comments I researched random stuff, goofed off a bit (you can see I watch a YouTube video or two towards the end), and trudged through writing comments and emails.

When people say, “MAN I wish I could do what you do and work from wherever and still make money!!!!!” …..they don’t see the more boring side of it.

Blog posted on: January 18, 2014

12 comments on “Do your damn work

  1. Fey

    Spotted at 0:45 – Neville googling cute chicks :D
    Spotted at 0:56 – Neville doing some business validation (what did you do after finishing that one page? Put it up somewhere?)
    Spotted at 1:16 – Neville watching two people dance

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    1. Neville

      Lol!

      1.) That was someone’s website who commented on the post

      2.) yes, I came up with an idea while responding to people, and wrote out the copy for a page I’ll put up later.

      3.) I clicked a link of some couple dancing who won an award for some competition

      (Bonus) 4.) watched a video of a child prodigy playing the piano on The Ellen Show

      Good eye :)

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  2. Dennis

    Hey Nev,

    Thanks for this movie… This is exactly what i need to do today! Just keep surfing the web instead of doing my damn work on this Blue Monday!

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  3. Chad

    That was surprisingly inspiring. I’ve been working on scheduling marketing and blog copy today and that really made me feel like I wasn’t alone. Well done. Good timing.

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    1. Neville Post author

      Awesome Chad!

      I’m currently on a “finish off my email bender” after my SanFrancisco trip, and it’s taken 2+ hours. It’s just a matter of powering through it till the end

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  4. Alex

    Distraction; one of life’s most irritable habits,. I find myself going from the kitchen back to the laptop, back to the kitchen for another cup of tea and stare at stuff.
    At least these days I don’t bother much with the likes of Facebook, because that’s always lurking behind different page tabs, but I still do look at some random, useless stuff in between doing actual work haha! *wanders off*

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    1. Neville Post author

      I do work on a Macbook Air (I’m actually in Thailand right now writing this from the beach)! But for video editing and sometime at home I use the big 27″ iMac

      Both are wonderful!

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