Par For The Course
I love golf. In the past, I loved playing the game (and I still do) but I am more of a spectator these days. Last Sunday, I witnessed two of the most amazing putts I have ever seen while watching the last few holes of the BMW Championship on TV. Dustin Johnson tied John Rahm with his last putt in regulation time on the eighteenth hole with the first miraculous putt. Then in the first hole of the playoff, John Rahm sank another putt just as miraculous as Dustin's to win the tournament. It happens...just not very often.
For a long time I had trouble understanding the scoring in golf. You know. It's not like other games where the person or team who has the most points wins. No, in golf it's the guy or gal who has the fewest strokes who wins. Oh, well, I finally figured that out - I think?
I guess everybody already has figured out that ranking in Wealthy Affiliate is sort of like that...the lower your number, the higher your status in the ranks. I hope that is perceptible.
Anyway, I just noticed this morning that my WA ranking went below a hundred (96). I have to say that I was excited and grateful for the ranking. And yet, I know that I have a lot of work to do that is related to this in another way, but is obviously more important.
The primary thing is to get moving with my WA blogging, and the posting of content on my website. That is, if I want my website to ever amount to anything positive I must focus on these things, and this is true of anyone who wants to succeed with their online business. Enough said. Right? Now, to get on with the task.
So, a big thank you to the system for the recognition of being in the top 100. And thanks to all of you who continue to offer your experiences and advice. I do appreciate every encouraging and constructive word.
Like in golf, every stroke counts and sometimes we may have that miraculous drive, chip, or putt. But, whether we succeed with every stroke or not, the important thing is that we do our best. We may not be the champion every time, but we will be better for trying.
Wishing all of us the success that we envisioned when we started this journey.