Signed Up, Stumbled, Now I'm SOOOAARIN'!
For a while now, I've got it in my head to want to retire early and work from home. I knew that the internet was the way. The first thing I tried was self-publishing. I was pretty successful at it but it was not something that I could do long term. So I quit. Funny thing is that, I'm still receiving residual income from it.
Enter affiliate marketing. Seemed difficult but I didn't mind because the pathway was less foggy to success. I have absolutely zero experience in this sort of thing so every day is a learning experience for me. I signed up for WA back in Jan 2018 and pretty much quit before completing level 1 of the training. Six months later, I'm back and complete Level 2 training in 2 weeks.
What is wrong with me? Why am I so quick to quit and become discouraged? Have any of you gone through this? Deep in my heart, I'm tired of this behavior. I want to succeed. That's why I'm here today proclaiming a change.
I don't know how or if I'll be successful with affiliate marketing but based on the general consensus, if I stick with Kyle and Carson's game plan and remain vigilant, I will see results. Can I get an amen?
Anyway, the niche I'm working on is home fitness. It's the only niche I feel comfortable writing about even though I'm a certified nurse practitioner with over 5 years of medical experience. I'm hoping to share my knowledge and help the world get fit.
My website is rolling. I have 4 articles that I wrote in 3 days. That's a crazy pace but I hope to somewhat maintain that pace. I aim to be better at making my website better. I'm looking at other members' website and they look outstanding. Do we learn how to make our websites as pretty in future lessons?
My plans for the next 3 months is to write my ass off. I plan on writing at least 2 articles a week. As far as financial goals, I just want to make my first commision sale by the end of Sept, whatever the amount may be.
In 6 months, I really don't know what kind of goals to make. Can I get some advice on that?
What's everyone's advice on sticking with the program and to not be discouraged by lack of success at the moment?
Can I get some mini-success stories to help encourage myself and others in the community?