Does Anyone Succeed At Wealthy Affiliate?
Last Update: Mar 24, 2016
In his blog, krazykat began compiling a list of WA success stories https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/krazykat/blog/weal...
and I also had my own list of fave stories bookmarked.
Here are my additions (which will probably overlap krazykat at some stage, but that's not a bad thing). I'm adding them here only because I got bored looking them up so often in response to new member questions.
There was no particular order, but I've split girls from boys 'cos someone wanted to see more female successes. If you are a successful girl then please let me know so I can add you to my list.
Thank you for this information. As a newbie this is important. It helps to understand what it takes to get there. "Those that take action".
Thank you for sharing, Chris. Going to your title, I think that by being here and participating, and more importantly taking action then lives are changing so I surpose that is success.
Everyone has their own idea of what constitutes "success". I've always held "the 3 esses" as my personal dream - Silence, Solitude, Serenity.
Chris, thank you for sharing the list of WA success stories.
I just have 1 question. I would like to know how is a member earning $2,000 per month without a website. I am not saying it can't be done, just wondering what is his source of income for this. After all, the training is about making money online.
What people are interested in is how we have improved on our income from training received since joining WA. I have a Contracting Business, I will not make reference to what I am earning with this business if it not connected to my training here. This is what I am referring to. Thank you.
I recently completed a training course at Udemy, given by KC Tan, about making $2k/mo without a website. It's certainly do-able.
I'm currently part way through a similar one by Alun Hill who does all his promo via YouTube. Again, no website.
Part of my income is from an affiliation where I also have no website.
Don't let the idea of websites make you blinkered and unable to see golden opportunities right under your feet.
Acres of Diamonds
I have 28 direct customers which is much more than $2000. I can't do that alone... we are not a one man operation. We are a company. Years ago another program taught us how to find what people wanted to buy and we still use that.
Well, what you learn at wa can generate income if you follow through. it appears that many people get lost in WA itself. but I have seen some people with enough focus to actually generate income from the things that they've learned here. it takes a certain type of person to go through all of the steps successfully. wa is not a magic bullet. It takes the same things to succeed here as it does with any other avenue of life does that. Unless you inherit funds. it does take work effort and devotion. if you do nothing other than join you will not receive any benefits.
we were already earning income when we joined. I can't say anything that I have learned here has increased my income yet but it would take quite a bit for us to notice an increase. we are doing other things in addition to WA that seem to be working well.
My experience is that there are two types of people in the world. Those who focus on activity, and those who focus on results.
There's an old saying "You don't get paid for doing things. You get paid for getting things done."
Yes I see a lot of people getting diverted into "doing stuff" here at WA, thinking that "doing" is the same as "achieving". Sadly that's something taught to them 99% of their time at school - "busy busy make work" being the name of the game.
Thank you, Chris. I like to follow the successful people who are actually earning money, regardless of their WA. I was actually already following most of them, but thank you for introducing me to a couple more to follow.
All the best,
I'm always finding more. I have about 20 bookmarked. I'll gradually migrate them to here so I can find them more easily when I want them.
Thanks, Chris. It's good to see all those flags on the top of the mountain I'm about to climb.
It's only a mountain when you are at the bottom.
From the top it's actually just a Cornflake that's fallen from the breakfast table.
Sometimes we create the mountains in our heads.
I like it, Chris! Breakfast cereal metaphors are definitely less daunting and don't require supplementary oxygen. :)
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I am inspired after reading this. I am getting stuck on building my website but will forge ahead.