Goal Setting. TOP 100
I set myself a Goal.
When setting this goal, I was struggling to find a purpose for it.
I think it is pretty important to have a reason or purpose when you are setting up a goal for yourself.
Having a purpose gives so much more meaning and value to what you are trying to achieve.
The goal I had set was to make it into the Top 100.
To achieve this.
I wrote blogs (not many).
Helped people, by answering questions and pointing them in the right direction.
Welcomed new people and new premium members to WA.
However, I had no reason or purpose behind this goal.
It was more like some kind of mindset, that came over me once I joined WA.
In the Process
In the process of making it into the top 100, I ended up writing this blog https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/daisyk78/blog/what-is-the-definition-of-an-ambassador
Reactions to this blog were very interesting, and I felt I may have annoyed a few people with it.
I did not intend to annoy anyone, I was merely "figuring out" the ranking system.
What I did find out, which I think is really interesting is that when you become an Ambassador you don't get anything, I would have thought for all the work you have done on behalf of WA, you might at least get a personal email from Kyle or Carson.
For a system that is based on Paying it Forward, finding this out blew me away.
This quote from the above blog
"We have set aside a BUDGET for the Ambassador program and throughout the year will be contacting those that we feel have Ambassador qualities and those that “retain” high rankings within the community".
I do hope those of you that have worked very hard to be an Ambassador, do get rewarded.
So I did achieve my goal of making it into the Top 100, and have been hovering around 80-90 for the week and slowly getting back down again.
BUT that is absolutely OK with me.
I now need to focus on Me and bit more, and get some content onto my sites.
I am so grateful
For being shown WA (thanks Mum).
For the training available (thanks Kyle and Carson).
For all the people that create training.
For all the people that help me along the way.