I'll Get There Soon.

Last Update: March 30, 2019

I've recently come to the realization that the more active you are within the WA community, the higher your rank becomes. I am currently at Rank 213. I hope to make it into the Top 200 this weekend. Now, I understand that a higher rank has no monetary benefit, nor does it have a direct correlation to my success (or lack thereof).

What it does do, however, is give me a sense of accomplishment. My rank shows that I have been engaging in the community, that I have contributed by answering questions, and that I have earned my rank.

Everyday I get up and I am grateful for the next 24 hours that I can spend anyway I like.
Gratitiude is happiness. Happiness is motivating. I am motivated to be in the Top 200. I may even motivate myself to be in the Top 100 or the Top 50. All I know is that I am grateful that my efforts are rewarded in the WA community. It may only be a number but it's important to me.

What's the secret to my motivation?

Everyday I think of 3 positive outcomes of achieving a higher rank. I think about what I'm planning to accomplish today. I don’t worry about what I think is holding me back from accomplishing it. Instead, I focus on the positive things that will happen once I get it done.

For example:

1) I’ll learn something useful.
2) I’ll make myself and the community proud of what I accomplished.
3) I’ll get closer to achieving a higher rank so I can be an ambassador.

I make sure I focus on the 3 most important outcomes.

What motivates you?

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Wallerdog Premium
What motivates me is being able to work on something that benefits me in my goal to be able to work from home. In addition, if I want to earn more I simply work more.
I’m not going to list all of the reasons I’m tired of working for someone else at their place of work as I believe in keeping things positive.
Let’s just say it’s enough to motivate me to do what I’ve got to do to make it happen.
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AHost-Madsen Premium
I believe that is the probably one of the motivating factors when people sign up for WA. As a matter of fact, Cherry21 posted about something similar this morning. Although it was more of a rant, she had a valid point 😉
Set a goal of when you want to see yourself in a position that allows you to do that. Get to work! 👏
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kvha001 Premium
Hi Amy,

I read your reply to RhondaLeigh message, I feel the same also, for non-techie person like us, will take more time and effort to learn the affiliate marketing tricks.

Sometimes just feel frustrated that learn everyday but not progress well in building-up the business.

I think no matter how, we have to push ourselves through the challenge.
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AHost-Madsen Premium
I find that if I if I visit the profile pages of the people in the Top 200, most of them have contributed a training or two showing us exactly how to be as successful as they are. Sometimes I just don't get it, but I can honestly say I try 😎
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Hudson Premium
Hi there, great post. I am motivated by trying to create something (blog, course etc) which will help someone somewhere. I am at the stage in life where my best aim is to give back where I can, and blogging or creating courses seems to be a good way of doing this. At the moment for instance I am working on two new areas to help people and this is now motivating me to get the blogs and courses going to make that happen.
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AHost-Madsen Premium
That is a great mindset!
WA is such a pay it forward community.
You are an example of this 😁
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Hudson Premium
Thanks, much appreciated
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roxydog1312 Premium
What's cool with WA, is I don't feel like I need to be motivated...YET. I have always wanted to blog and make money at it. This is FUN for me, learning new things and seeing my passion turn into something useful. I admit I've had some bad days where I get frustrated, because I am NO techno-guru, and I feel like it takes more time for me to "get it" than most people. But, because this is my passion, I want to get past the hard parts, to get past that hard work, because in the long run, it will be good.
So, I know at some point, I will need a push to get going, but not now.
RhondaLeigh
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AHost-Madsen Premium
Well said, RhondaLeigh. I feel just like you sometimes. I am no techie and sometimes I just don't get it. I move past that by asking for help from fellow members or reading questions that I feel too silly to ask.
At the end of the day, I remember why I joined WA. I am passionate about writing and I have fun interacting with a like-minded group of people.
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jkGst Premium
Thanks so much for the heartfelt post. I feel much the same as you, only I don't think I could express those feelings as well as you. I am following you.
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AHost-Madsen Premium
Thank you and you're welcome!
It took me a while before I was able to put words to my thoughts but now that I have overcome that silly fear, I feel like expressing myself is part of the WA way.
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ShaunnaLynne Premium
Amy,
May you achieve you goal this weekend!! I'm cheering for you!
Shaunna
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AHost-Madsen Premium
You're a dear, Shaunna.
Thank you for the vote of confidence 😊
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