Friday, August 24, 2007

Back in the UK

Two weeks back and I've probably consumed the same amount of alcohol as I would in 2 months in Argentina.

The problem with drinking in the pub is that it's not massively conducive to economic productivity; not after the first 5 pints anyway.

I have a lot of projects in the pipe-line, and whilst sat around pub tables with friends is often a good starting point for discussing "million dollar ideas" (I'd settle for a "double your money in 2yrs" idea) actually getting anything done has been an elusive beast.

List: To Do

1. Develop two new websites.
2. Develop 3 book ideas (at least one will be an ebook).
3. Get the ball rolling on a property investment.
4. Research an export opportunity (will the Argies and the Brits let me send big chunks of metal and rubber across the pond at a sensible price?).

Amongst this I should probably squeeze some cards in.


razboynik said...

I think that we are very similar people, because I also have 'million dollar' ideas and am in England now trying to develop them.
I wonder whether people who live and work abroad have so many similar attributes...?

Perpetual_Traveller said...

I guess it takes a certain entrepreneurial spirit to "up sticks" and work/live abroad.

Good luck with your projects...are you blogging about them (without giving too much away, lol).