Discussing My Progress Thus Far.My first niche was an oddball. It was something called "Spoon-Bending". I chose it because I didn't take the idea very seriously. That sounds a bit counter-intuitive, but it held less pressure, so I was able to look at it a pure practice.Pure practice meant I couldn't screw anything up. If I couldn't screw anything up it was just about learning in a very fun atmosphere. Which was what I really needed.Now I do have a bit of "skin in the game".I chose a niche I do
I have been working on my first post for my lil' site. It suggests a thousand words. I have been doing this for a couple of days and I am only on about six hundred and fifty words. I know the more you write the better you get, but it's a bit of a slog.
Over the last few years I have taken courses from:* Chris Ferrell * Ed Dale* Russell Brunson* Sarah Starr* Ryan LevesqueProbably others. In any case these lessons are the best I have worked with. I am ony wondering about copy writing skills. Perhaps that will be covered as well, but for now this is the best course I have been a part of. People are incredibly active, and this is the most responsive support I have ever seen.Thanks so much,E.
Over the last couple of months I have been a bit insane. I hadn't even realized what I have been studying. I did a free course with Ed Dale. I did a course with Russell Brunson, (both called The 30 day Challenge). I did something called "The Yes Method". I just signed up for something by a guy named Ovens. Then, I stumbed on this group. I am once again very hopeful that I will be able to gain the skills to make a nice living.I have done a shit-ton (technical term) of other courses as well. I kn