About FrankB-1
Joined January 2020
I am a physician with a private practice in internal medicine, although my true passion is music. I have been a guitar player and builder for over 50 years. Teaching guitar helped pay for my education.

As a musician, my educational background is "science-heavy". I began with a bachelor's degree in chemistry. After graduating I decided to move into the medical space by doing a research fellowship in biomedical engineering with a specialty in artificial internal organs. My next step was a doctorate in medicine with specialty training in internal medicine. I completed my education with a masters degree in healthcare informatics.

I am eager to begin my career in affiliate marketing. The fantastic community and learning resources at WA make it an awesome place to begin!
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Money Goals
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Money I would be happy earning
$1,000/month
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Money I would be ecstatic earning
$5,000/month
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Time I'm willing to invest to achieve my goals
5 to 15 hours/week
 
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How much money per month would you be happy earning?
$1,000/month

How much money per month would allow you to live the ideal lifestyle?
$5,000/month

How many hours per week are you willing to invest to achieve these goals?
5 to 15 hours/week
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ITSjayxox Premium
Best of luck my friend, you have a nice set of goals here.
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Ahimbe Premium
You have set good and achievable goals.
I am sure with the online training here, you will make it.
I wish you the best as you progress
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I wish you the best of luck on your money making journey!
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Carson Premium Plus
Nice goals Frank,

These are going to take you to a whole new level of being focused, motivated, and dedicated to what you are learning here at WA.

As you work through the training lessons, make sure to ask questions when you have them, and take action on what you are learning. You have a full community of friendly people behind you!

I look forward to working with you :)

Carson
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j52powell Premium
Creating goals is an important first step. After that, I suggest taking advantage of the well-designed and systematic training provided here at WA. When you have questions, don't be afraid to ask the talented and helpful mentors here for us.

Also, it is excellent that you are willing to make the time commitment to succeed. Good luck with progressing toward your goals.

Best regards,

Joe
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Thanks Joe!
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Suzay Premium
Frank at Jays class, you said Hi to me, and I was saying Hi back and then reception of class quit working for me, so I didn't mean to cut you off, and just stopping by to apologize about that. I couldn't get back into class either. But , next day I can see the replay. Crazy thing, my friend! Please forgive me.
Suzay
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Hi, Suzy

No worries, that’s absolutely fine! 😊
I hate it when that happens but the webinar live chat seems to have improved quite a bit on the new platform, in terms of freezing.

I got a new laptop and that probably helped, as well. If I wrote over 3000 words in the block editor and added some images things really slowed down.

I got about 10 years out of my old MacBook so I don’t really have anything to complain about.

Have a great day and I hope to see you this Friday at the next webinar. 👍

Frank
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DivineGood Premium
Hello Dr. Frank,

Thank you for being a part of your
precious connection

This is the beginning of our
beautiful business relationships
as we moved forward to our
expanded good divinely directed
and lavishly prospered.

Be well and do take great care
of yourself.

God bless you, Dr. Frank!

Elizabeth
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Hi Elizabeth,

Thank You for your kind words!
Have fun and be prosperous, here at WA.

Stay Well,
Frank
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DivineGood Premium
Thank you, Dr. Frank.
Thank you so much.

Yes, be well and do take
great care of yourself.

God bless you richly.

Elizabeth
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
You too, Elizabeth 😊
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DivineGood Premium
Thank you again, Dr. Frank.

Elizabeth
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Anne68 Premium
Hi Frank. Just read Keisha's post. I hope you know how much your dedication to your work is appreciated by all who's lives you touch. Hopefully, we are nearing the end of this pandemic and one day all this will be a distant memory.

Well done for all you do and thank you.

Love from Anne xxx :)
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Hi Anne,

I really appreciate that!

I love helping people, regardless of what illness they might have.

Once we get everyone vaccinated and immune then this will finally be behind us. There are many things we could have done differently to help limit the magnitude of suffering and death but the most important thing is to continue to move forward in a positive way.

My pleasure to meet and follow you,
Frank
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BrendaMZ Premium
Hi Dr. Frank B, following you back. Fancy, you a doctor. During back in my younger days before my severe deafness, I was in nursing focusing on geriatric care. Glad you are on here. I can still hear some music, if high in bass and alto but not soprano. Im too deaf to hear high notes. I can hear some instruments but wouldn't be able to tell the difference with high frequency notes.
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Hi Brenda,
Thank you for following me.
Nurses are special people!
Have you looked into a cochlear implant?
Frank
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BrendaMZ Premium
No, I am fourth generation of deafness in my family. We all use sign language, American Sign Language (ASL). I am older now and have other medical issues, like MS, etc. In fact, a cochlear implant will only work the same as my hearing aids, just to help with sounds thats it. Seems like a waste for me and my family. We all use hand sign language. I belong to the Deaf community and we found there is no real need for a cochlear implant. Nah, not interested in Borg technology, no thank you. Besides the surgery would mess with my brain. Thanks for thinking of it but like most doctors, your saying that is not too surprising. Genetic deafness has no cure, cure is ASL. Or other sign language depending on which country Deaf people are from.
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Good, it sounds like you are getting along just fine with ASL. There are some pretty good treatments for MS these days and, as you know, PT can be very beneficial.
God Bless You & Stay Safe!
Frank
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BrendaMZ Premium
The worse part is the fatigue. Mine is Progressive so all other treatments do not work. I have a SPC, and using an electric heavy duty wheelchair. I live in the most unique place, an assisted living for the Deaf and DeafBlind, the only one ☝️ in the country of USA. I am exactly where I need to be. All staff here are Deaf, even the Director is Deaf. Residents here are all senior citizens me included. My Mom also Deaf is 80 years old and in great health, she is still able to live by herself. Of course, we all are keeping ourselves safe and healthy. Mask up, social distancing and wash hands, avoid large crowds, etc, we have Zoom or FaceTime group, fun this way. Hope you and your staff and patients are staying healthy in this pandemic.
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Hi Brenda,

I’m glad you have specialized living arrangements, hopefully COVID free. Get the flu shot and pneumonia vaccines (Pneumovax, or Prevnar depending on your situation).

The numbers are really increasing quickly in RI, like other parts of the country. I’m working about 10 to 12 hours a day in my office and trying to help out in the hospital I am on staff at as well as the field hospitals, which started accepting COVID pts last week.

We’re trying to save as many lives as possible!😊 we just start using monoclonal antibodies last week to try to keep hospital admissions down.

Through all this I’m working as a biomedical engineering and heath care informatics consultant, doing my training and writing content at WA, and trying to spend as much time as possible with my excellent wife of almost 25 years!

I must say, I’m loving the whole WA experience, especially learning from wonderful and knowledgeable people like you! I have a heath niche site but when I learn more and have more time I’ll launch my guitar site, which really why I started at WA.

Frank
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EdwinBernard Premium
Hi Frank,

After you responded to my last post I was drawn to read your bio. I congratulate you on your success in the field of medicine as well as in your very serious musical hobby. How inventive using the income from giving guitar tuition to help pay for your education.

I am also a musician, having learned the piano and the guitar. I stopped playing the guitar decades ago. Although I got my piano teaching diploma, i focused on Engineering for my professional career.

Since I retired frim my profession several years ago, I have been able to do new things like learn about Affiliate Marketing and alll that WA teaches. I have yet to make this a success but working towards that goal.

Keep up the great work Frank. All the best to you.

Edwin
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Thanks, Edwin!
I work full time as a physician but have been working part time in biomedical engineering as a consultant for many years. It’s nice to be followed by a fellow engineer and musician!
You should start playing guitar again if you can make time.😊
Frank
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