Patience Has Its Perks!
It's funny, or maybe not so come to think of it, that in all the excitement that this opportunity brings, there will of course be some of us who "jump the gun" and run with the information being provided here ... prematurely. I say this as it just occurred to me now that I have come to lesson #8 of the first certification course, that oops, I'm one of them! I began to put together a web site in a chosen niche without learning first what WA recommends as part of the process.
It's not so much that I am unhappy with what I've done so far, but learning what the process is according to lesson #8, I realize I should have done things differently . . . a lot of them in fact. Okay, maybe all of them! Heck, the site is presently visible to all who come to it. I didn't save anything as drafts.Just clicked published even though there may have been further info to include. As I write this, a chuckle burst forth. But again, maybe this isn't so funny. I'm sure it's not the "end of the world" , by no stretch of the imagination. Yet, if this stuff gets out into the eyes of the prematurely initiated, it may have a negative impact on the "first impression". Don't know for sure.
However, all is not lost as I certainly have time to redo my idea after careful study of the lesson I'm about to learn and from those that follow it, to repair what needs to be and eventually have things done more in tune with the program ideal. All future initiated eyes will then get the best impression I have managed to muster up and let the universe do its magic.
So, to any of you who are somewhat like me, patience in learning has perks that you won't get by "fouling" progression without the proper knowledge that comes with time.
All the best!
I'm can't help but to smile still . . . Learning is fun as long as it doesn't come with a high price and irreparable damage . . . and this is a great community! Glad to be a part of it.