If you want to be more successful and be able to build an online business, then you have to adapt the attitude to get ahead. Don't get me wrong, I don't mean to do it no matter what the cost. You need to do it the right way, the moral and ethical way.
You are reading this, which means that you are in the best place to learn how to build a successful business. Here at WA the lines are clearly drawn in order that we (the students) do not easily go astray. Carson and Kyle have laid it all out in front of us so that we can build and learn and be moral and ethical while doing so. (thanks for that guys!)
Achieve to have the right mindset to succeed. You need to want to succeed as much as you want to breathe. Achieve to know that no matter what, you will never give up, never back down. That is the right attitude to have when trying to build this business.
Relationships are sometimes trying, sometimes truly difficult, but when you want something badly enough, you will go that second and third and forth mile to make it happen. If you just want to do enough to say that you tried, to be able to tell yourself or your family or friends that you gave it a shot, well then you are in the wrong place. This is where success happens.
Here at WA you have the tools, the guidance and the community to make it happen. Honestly, if you can't make it happen here, I would dare say that you won't likely be able to make it happen anywhere.
Tina and I learned today during church that a dear friend of ours is succumbing to cancer and it breaks our hearts, it really hurts. There were many tears today when the husband called during service and made that announcement. But, here's the deal, it isn't the end. In my beliefs, it isn't the end for our friend and it certainly isn't the end for those of us still here. We must go on, even though it is hard, even though we might not feel like it, there is still life.
I know that our friend would want us to find solace in knowing that she is no longer suffering and that we got to smile with her and laugh with her. She was a bright spot in a dark world and she will certainly be missed.
I am so thankful to have a place like WA to learn from and to come to when the outside world seems so bleak. I know it may sound sappy, but being here in WA eases the pain and helps me to go on and refocus. Which is the moral of the post to begin with.
Many Blessings & Much Success ~ Frank & Tina (free4life)