How Far Are You Willing To Go Into Your Marriage

Last Update: April 23, 2021

Basically you and your online business made a vow the day you said yes to Wealthy Affiliate. For better or worse, for rich or poor, in sickness and in health, until death(quitting) do us apart. There is a relationship that keep us together, and there's also a commitment to go as far as we can.

There will be time that things may go well, but there will be other times that it could go wrong. We just have to accept that life is like a seesaw, where we have our ups and downs. How far are you willing to go? What would you do when that time comes? Only time will tell.

We are the only ones that know if we have the possibilities of success or failure. How do you see your marriage with your business so far? Remember that this a long term commitment and things will happen, the difference is the actions that we will take to make it better.

This quote is certainly true for our websites, there are so many technical innovations, that can change things for the better. I switched to video marketing, but keep doing my content marketing as well. Steve Case BTW is the AOL Co-founder.

Stop doing the things that do not work for you

If you're interested in fixing your relationship, you'll do whatever it takes to make it better and not worse. The same principle applies to your site as we go on this journey. There will be no talks about divorce, things can always be worked out. Always do your best!

We must be willing to accept changes to continue with our lives, or else you are destined for failure. This is a process, good things take time like a good marriage. A good marriage takes both the husband and wife to know each other for a long time before a relation can be labeled "steady".

After a steady and firm relationship with your business, you will start to see the "payoffs" and things will start to look very good. After a year or maybe two if you do things right, you will be able to attend your graduation ceremony and you will receive your Wealthy Affiliate diploma.

To Me This Is Worth My Time, How About You?

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Dhind1 Premium
WA is definitely worth my time and effort. I continue to learn every day here in WA and as Linda, says you have to work at a business every day and it will not always be easy.

Also as Jeff, says, I too am married to more than one project, though my primary focus is definitely on my main WA site (it has to be).

Alex
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Eugene Premium Plus
Well said Alex
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Linda103 Premium
If you give up at any point then all the time, work and effort that came before is wasted Eugene.
Like a marriage, a business has to be worked at. In a marriage it never ends, yes there are ups and downs but you work through them. There are times you want a divorce but you work through it. Your business is no different.
You have to have the lows to appreciate the highs.
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Eugene Premium Plus
I like the way you said it, Linda. This is a commitment for the long run.
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Linda103 Premium
Exactly. You don't give up on it for a few blips big or small. You step back briefly re-evaluate and jump back in with renewed determination.
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RobbysGirl Premium
It all really comes down to knowing what you want and remaining committed to achieving it. No room for second guessing. Good thing is the business can't give up and walk out on you. That means it's up to you to live the words "for better or for worse".

Enjoyed your post Eugene
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Eugene Premium Plus
Roberta, you're right, our business won't walk out on us. Thanks for your comments.
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Jesusfan Premium
Interesting analogy, Eugene. Both marriage and your online business take work. Neither is good all the time, but your love and commitment to each is there and helps you in tough times. I’m pretty sure, though, that my husband comes first! 😊
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Eugene Premium Plus
There you go Lynn, nice way to put it. I always say our family comes first.
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JeffreyBrown Premium
I squeeze it in when I can, Eugene! I am married to several other projects which also require my efforts as well! Great analogy though, my friend!

Jeff
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Eugene Premium Plus
Thanks Jeff
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JeffreyBrown Premium
You're welcome, Eugene! I guess I'm just a project polygamist!🙄🙄
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