I wish schools taught a course or two on online businesses. I can see myself doing this years from now. I’m already an avid writer. Blogging and sharing helpful content to readers is one of the best self-made opportunities I’ve ever done. I don’t need to search endlessly for an employer to hand me the work; I just do it!I don’t know why it took me so long to finish Level 2. Oh yeah, life. I’m glad I’ve maintained my focus now. Life shouldn’t stop me fro
A niche is a specific topic catering to a specific audience. You will always find frequent travelers in the travel niche planning their next destination. Dog lovers are found in the dog niche shopping for the hottest dog supplies for their beloved canine friends and more. Do you have to setup a website/blog based on a popular niche? Of course not!It’s possible for you to make money in a niche rarely discussed. You can make money in many niches from backpacking tours to welding. The choice
It’s been a while since I’ve been in my Online Entrepreneurship Certification (OEC) courses. I found my old WA notebook where I’ve written down all the notes. I started Level One back in 2016. Yeah, time for an upgrade!Instead of trying to recover where I left off in Level 2, I went back to Level 1. It never hurts to start over. Hoo boy, I’ve missed out on some valuable information. Would’ve made life easier for me. Therefore it’s best to stay on course. What
I joined WA a few years ago to change my life. I didn’t want to spend most of it on some lame rat race. Who said that was our only way of life?I have plans to travel, spend more time with the people I care about, and work on careers I love (not for money’s sake). Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad, made a transformative impact on my financial life. I did more saving and less excessive shopping. I didn’t worry about purchasing new clothes unless it was essential. I
It's Been Two Years?I've just returned to WA to check out the latest and received a notification about my two years with this site. Even though I haven't been active here as much as I'd like (that'll change for the better), I still pay my membership dues, and I keep on studying what I have to do to change my life. I'm happy to be here! Years from now, I won't regret it.
Hello Everyone!Just wanted to let my followers know I'm alive and well. Gosh, it's been a while since I've been on here!I've never forgotten about WA. I've been busy working on a blog I have made before I was introduced to this community. So far, so good.The key to a great site is consistency. In order to allow online success is to repeatedly bring life to your site.Here's a tip: Every morning, think about what are the things you want to dedicate your energy to then write it on a daily planner.
Question of the Day: Should I Write Articles?I've been making steady progress with my book review blog (outside of WA) but I've been thinking about writing more than just book reviews. Should I take the next step of writing book-related articles?I'm talking about posts like:1. "Top Ten Books to Read..."2. "Tips I've Learned From Reading..."Articles like this.I have so many in mind and I couldn't find any book bloggers who have done more than exclusively book reviews.
WA's ranking system is an excellent motivational way of telling me to stay active. Not just here in WA but what I like to do associated with blogging and etc. I have to say this a pretty smart application they've put on this website. That's all, haha.