Since I’ve been on the road (Brighton, England) I have failed to take action in so many levels, at least updating this site.

Getting to England from Mexico was NOT an easy task but apart from that, trying to focus on what to write and put it here for you, has been more tough than what I thought.

I’ve never suffered from writer’s block before, actually I don’t even consider myself a writer but trying to focus on my story while being constantly asked non relevant questions is not easy either.

My dad asks non-stop questions about where we are going next, what bus to take, what train station to stop at, where, when and what should we eat, should we go and get some money from the ATM machine, etc plus add some massive amounts of jet lag to that formula and it becomes practically chaos.

That’s exactly where I’m at right now, in chaos!

I had to ask for permission to the people from the hotel to let me stay at the restaurant right now (it is currently closed) just to write this update (can’t even take a picture because I left my cameras in the room).

I’ve also found another technical issue, my ‘american electric source connector’ is NOT the same for the connections made here in England.

I kind of knew this in advance but I guess I just didn’t care at the moment.

I bought a crappy one for £5 as soon as I got here.

Video: Getting The Right Power Source Adapter

This is a quick video I made about the power source connectors. There are a lot of mistakes, I was nervous and I didn’t even wanted to upload it but I already recorded it, so why not? LOL

The video goes unedited so I apologize for saying “stupid” so much.


Don’t Get Caught Up In Lack Of Action

Aside from these small issues, you should understand by now that lack of action with anything is the number one success killer, and sadly, this ALSO applies to Internet Marketing.

Buying a course or a service won’t do any good to you if you don’t make it happen!

I did buy a few things in the past before just from scarcity, thinking “oh my God, if I don’t buy this then I’ll lose the promo offer!” thinking I would get back to it later (for a few stuff I did get back to it but not for everything I must confess).

I have done it.

My friends have done it.

Almost everyone has done it.

People that DO take action are VERY likely to succeed and be rewarded from it.

This should be enough of an excuse for you to take action in the first time or to learn how to do it right now in case you have been procrastinating like me in the past.

It’s weird to hear of someone who took a lot of action and did not achieve what he or she wanted, maybe it’s because that’s not how it’s supposed to work, don’t you think?

I have been taking action by recording videos and trying to feel natural to the camera, I am taking action (not as much as I’d like though) but nevertheless, I’m doing it and trying hard!


So, this is my last day here in Brighton and tomorrow I’m going to London.

Before going up to my room to grab my laptop, I took a very long night walk to get some inspiration but unfortunately I did not record any video.

There wasn’t enough light for it anyway.

I really hope to hear from you very soon and I’m willing to try to update this place more often.

I hope whatever you’re doing, you are taking massive loads of action!

I will write something more detailed about Brighton, I honestly did not get to see much but something is better than nothing!

Over and out from Brighton & Hove at some closed restaurant, this was Sergio Felix, speak soon!

Take care and please comment!

PS. See that I’m working on my video speeches already? LOL

P.P.S. I named this post Digital Nomad Out Of Bounds because there are so many things that I miss from my desktop computers back at home but I won’t bore you with those details. I thought the post’s name was good enough anyway for these words, hope you don’t mind.

Sergio Felix
Sergio Felix

Hi, I'm Sergio Felix, founder of Marketing With Sergio. I work full time as a digital marketing expert for the retail industry managing a team of experts in departments of SEO, SEM, front-end web development and conversion rate optimisation and in my spare time I love conducting offline digital marketing workshops and teaching other entrepreneurs how to build and maintain business oriented websites with WordPress. I'm highly passionate about blogging, writing, music, jogging, entrepreneurship and personal development.