My First WA Blog Post

Last Update: November 27, 2015

In a way, writing the title "My First WA Blog Post" made me feel like I was back in elementary school and just made some big achievement.

Clearly I'm not in elementary school—nor would I want to go back—but there has definitely been some achievement here at WA!

What have I done thus far? Well, I put together a web site easily, efficiently, and well. The systematic approach that Kyle's training delivers is flawless, as long as you stick to it and are honest with yourself! Full disclosure here: I looked into WA over a year ago and for some reason decided not to pursue it. Then for a year, I kept looking around the internet for other affiliate marketing and blogging programs. WA came up here and there a few times, so I finally gave it a try. I wish I had done this when I first came across it!

The niche web site I created so far is HowToGetGoingNOW.com. It is a motivation blog. As I mention in my profile bio, I am very interested in helping people however possible and understanding the human experience. I already have two more niche ideas waiting patiently in line:

  1. A non-verbal communication psychology blog, on which I plan to convey information about body language, graphology, etc.
  2. A wellness blog, which will be based on consciously maintaining health, physical, mental, spiritual, and beyond, healthy eating, etc.

In an serendipitously ironic way, choosing motivation as my first niche was appropriate. I finally wanted to start an online business and needed to find the motivation. It still gets me every time I am writing for How To Get Going NOW how writing about motivation is motivating! Is this universal? Would this approach work for everyone? Honestly, I have no idea!

In the next 3 months I want to make my first online sale, using what I have learned on and implemented through WA. Offline, my goal is to surpass my brick-and-mortar business's timeline/business plan. If there is anything I have learned, it is that success can build like a snowball rolling down a hill. That's the mentality!

In the next 6 months I want to have (at the very least) started building the next two niche web sites I mentioned earlier. I also would like to have passed the break-even point with what I have financially invested in my online business—although I am not going to stress this, because I believe it will come naturally! On a personal note, my 6-month offline goal is to have gotten over most of my Lyme Disease—which I have had undiagnosed for at least 10 years, and just started tackling at the end of this past summer.

I don't want to end on that note. There are days were it is painful to walk, but they are becoming less. They will be in the past soon enough. Both my physical business and online business will thrive and so will I!

Thank you for taking the time to read all this! I have occupational experience with both print and digital design, so if you ever have a question about your web site(s) in that regard, please feel free to reach out! I want to help and am only one private message away!

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Herbie1 Premium
Great stuff! Definitely motivating me! Chris
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YvetteG Premium
Inspiring post. You seemed armed with great positivity and a sense of self. I'm sure you'll reach all the goals you've set yourself and more!
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alpsntacos Premium
Thank you! I plan to read the Declutter article on your site in the next few days and comment on it. It's getting late here, otherwise I'd do it now! :)
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bia2k Premium
very nice first post. Im sure I can learn a thing or two (possibly a lot more) from you :)
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FaitheThomas Premium
Great post! You have very attainable milestones planned along the way, which is a good way to measure your progress. Keep up the great work!
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