About BrendaMZ
Joined January 2019
I started affiliate marketing many years ago but never really found any success mainly because I had no education, training, or background on how to market or how to build a website niche or write a blog.

I have been a MLMer for many years in many different products industry that involves skin care, health, and finances. Over 30 years experience in the sales industry including: Mortgages, Real Estate, and Life, Health and Accident Insurance Agent.

I was born and raised in the USA- in the State of Minnesota. Minneapolis and St. Paul area, known as the Twin Cities. Born Hard of Hearing (wears one digital super powered hearing aid in right ear since age 10 to now) to a four generation of Deaf family genes. Currently, I am Deaf in both ears, I use capital D to denote that I belong to the Deaf community. BTW, my hearing aid only helps with sounds and some speech with lipreading-now with a mask that's hard to do. I use my iPhone to write and communicate with hearing people. I use American Sign Language (ASL) and write in English, bilingual. I can sign some British (UK) Sign Language (BSL) and Australian Sign Language (AUSLAN).

Currently, I live in the Pacific Northwest- State of Oregon near Portland, Oregon since 2015.

I am a business owner in finances and sales. I look forward to this new learning adventure about affiliate marketing here at WA that will help me to be successful.

ATTENTION: To Starter Members, Premium, and Premium Plus Members, newbie or oldies, DO NOT solicit me or blog about your ideas or business opportunity outside of WA or spam me via WA private message. It is against the rules here at Wealthy Affiliate, please keep this platform a spam free site. Thank you.

Sincerely,
BrendaMZ
BrendaMZ's Goals 3
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Money I would be happy earning
$500 to $1K a month
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Money I would be ecstatic earning
over $1K a week
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Time I'm willing to invest to achieve my goals
10 to 20 hours a week
 
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BrendaMZ Premium
How much money would you be happy earning?
$500 to $1K a month

How much would you be ecstatic earning?
over $1K a week

And how much time are you willing to invest to achieve these goals?
10 to 20 hours a week
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JaimeReed Premium
Those seem reasonable and achievable to me!
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Mick18 Premium
Great realistic goals. Follow the training. Put in the work. I believe you can achieve them.
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Kyle Premium Plus
The thing about online success that I have come to learn is that there is room for ALL of us within the online world. There is no marketplace that is bigger and there is nowhere that represents this kind of opportunity, regardless of your niche, passions and interests (and it only continues to grow!!)

Take action on the training here at WA, immerse yourself within the awesome and helpful community here at WA... and ask for help when you need it. You will be well on your way to achieve your goals Brenda!
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shazzaWA Premium
Great goals Brenda!
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PaulREvans57 Premium
Hi Brenda,

Thanks for following me and joining my network. I've returned the compliment and followed you back.

Welcome to Wealthy Affiliate. WA is a great community. There is so much to learn. I am here most days. I learn something new every day.

I've been a Premium member of Wealthy Affiliate for two years, and I don't regret one day!

If you get stuck, and can't find the help within Wealthy Affiliate, pm me and I'll try and help out. Kyle and Carson are big advocates of "Giving it forward".

Keep moving ahead. However your day may be, take a little step forward. Some days you'll make significant strikes, other days you will not, but do something every day, however small in building your business.

You will read many stories of WA members are succeeding with their online goals. Some have achieved this in a few months; for others, it has taken a couple of years. The common trait for those that have reached their goals is taking action. Everyone who has succeeded has taken small steps every day. Do something, however tiny, every day, and you will reach your goal.

Pace yourself and enjoy your journey. Remember, little steps are better than no steps!

Best wishes,
Paul.
Be Happy!
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BrendaMZ Premium
Thanks, Paul. I intend to do just that pace myself.
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stevetug52 Premium
Brenda, your story at first seems tragic, but you seem to have never let your troubles get the best of you. You are an inspiration to me and I'm sure to many others. Thank you for including me in your group. Don't hesitate to ask for any help. God's blessings on your efforts here.
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BrendaMZ Premium
Thanks, Steve. I get plenty of help. Working on trying to transcribe videos from the trainings for other people with hearing loss.
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stevetug52 Premium
Don't miss Marion Black's trainings on WordPress. They are excellent!
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BrendaMZ Premium
Thanks Steve. She is on in my network. Thanks for letting me know so many trainers on here. Hard to keep up with them all.
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heljam404A Premium
Hi, Brenda, it's my great pleasure to see you and to read your bio. This is very encouraging to me and I wish that prosperity runs you over and that every need in your life is met. Thanks for the follow and I'm following you as well...have a blessed life.
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BrendaMZ Premium
Thanks, read your bio too. Thanks for the follow back. I’m not blessed money wise on WA yet but will be in time.
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TomHayes1 Premium Plus
Hi, there Brenda,

Thank you for the follow and I'm now following you back.

You are an incredibly courageous person. It's people like yourself that give us all strength to put aside our gripes as they are insurmountable in comparison.

I wish you every success that comes your way, as you thoroughly deserve it.

Tom
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BrendaMZ Premium
Thank you for the follow back. Learning a lot here everyday.
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TomHayes1 Premium Plus
Hi, there Brenda,

Thank you for your reply, much appreciated.

That is terrific to hear. So, then keep up the good work.

Tom
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Sruffey Premium
Welcome to our network and thanks for the follow. I too returned to school to learn how to build websites and received my degree. Because of my health issues I couldn't return to my career repairing and painting cars. I too lost my wife of 39 years, she died when at the hospital, where a doctor tore both of her windpipes trying to get put a trac tube into lungs for her to be transported to another hospital. Please like my comments, thanks Sruffey.
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BrendaMZ Premium
Losing your spouse is hard. I only had 18 years with my husband. Still the loss isn’t any easier no matter how many years spent together.
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Sruffey Premium
I know losing someone close to you no matter how long, you still miss them. They say time makes it easier, but it still doesn't fill the empty place in your heart. Have a good evening goodnight, Sruffey.
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