What I think of WA.
I don't remember when I joined WA, not precisely. I'm terrible with dates and time. But I do know that I've been a member for less than 6 months, possibly less than a full 3. Nevertheless, I can see that WA is a great place for any with the drive to make something of themselves to be. To me, this is fact, not opinion.
I personally evaluate whether something is good or bad depending upon how well it does what it says it does and is advertised to do. That said, let me tell you this, WA does all that it says it does...and so much more. I love a good bonus pack.
But WA didn't offer me a bonus pack, all the goodness packed inside of this site comes from an exceptional community and the founders that have and adhere to a clear vision of what they wanted to create for the world.
That's right. I said the world.
Many of the individuals whose success stories I've read here are self made, using the knowledge they gained from every contributing member of the site and the tools WA provides each of us with. And those individuals are from pretty much any civilized place on the planet. That's amazing.
Where I am in America, (and I'm sure it's the same in other countries) it's easy to want to do something. It's easy to have a plan. It's easy to have a vision and it's just as easy, if not much easier, to let it all go to waste because of everyday hurdles in the rat race. Easy to get bogged down and "settle" for what everyone else around you is doing.
A 9-5 job or a 40hr per week full time job that you have no attachment to, don't believe in the cause of, or might even hate the way they practice their business...
It's too expensive. It's too far. It takes too long. It's too risky. Not enough people. Don't know anyone who could help. Don't know anyone with knowledge on that...All of these are reasons or excuses I have used in the past to get out of doing something that might be for my greatest benefit.
What makes WA special is that it's community is of a mindset on a different level. WA has a community of what I call "doers," people that simply just do things. The community here in WA will simply just help you. They will simply just encourage you. Simply just answer your questions that have you stuck, simply just empower you to do your utmost to make your pursuit of personal success smoother.
That's right, personal success. It has nothing to do with them. They give of themselves freely.
In WA, you won't be pushed, you won't be bullied, you won't be hustled, you won't be rushed, you won't be talked down to and you won't be made fun of for failing or not knowing something. They'll pick you up, dust you off, tell you something helpful and encourage you to keep going if you truly believe in what you're trying to do.
This is an information pool that allows you to take advantage of your freedom. WA gives you everything you need and more to allow you to make choices. The choice to find something that you feel is worthy of your time, the choice to commit to making it into something you can be proud of, and the choice to put it down if you feel it's costing you more than you're willing to give.
Either way, you won't be judged by WA. This is a place of personal growth in business, initiative, commitment, and positivity. I was skeptical to join WA at first. I thought it would be another business that asks me to give them more than they would offer me, because hey, that's business.
I don't regret my decision to give this site a go.