The Masters

Last Update: April 09, 2018

REFLECTING ON A DREAM.

From Thursday through Sunday around this time every year is the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Dozens of men gather from all over the world to do their very best in their profession. It takes hard work and dedication each and every day to reap the rewards of being in such a prestigious tournament as this. Practicing and working daily to obtain their goals is key to perfecting their purpose.

AND THE WINNER IS...

A phenominal golfer named Patrick Reed won the Masters today and was rewarded the infamous green jacket to commend him of the highest honor in golf. He joined the many "Masters" before him---all the greatest golfers that ever lived! This triumph was his very first win there ever! He has always remained positive during his career and never let anything discourage himself to the point of quitting. It may seem effortless to you and I, but he pressed on with perseverence, determined to reach the top! And the prize?---A handsome purse of $1.98 million, his cut of the $11,000,000 split between the 81 qualified Champions!!

I DO IT ALL FOR THEM.

Patrick has a wife and two children; a son born last December and a 2 1/2 year old daughter. He has established a great and promising life with his family and works hard to provide them with the kind of life style he feels they deserve. His work and family are his passions, and he enjoys what he does immensely!

What does this sound like to you? YES, YOU GUESSED IT!

It can easily be compared to Wealthy Affiliate!

  • The greatest people from around the globe get together and work hard to achieve their dreams of being the very best they can be.
  • It takes hard work and dedication every day to reap the rewards of being in such a program!
  • Working constantly at WA provides a lifestyle of pure contentment.
  • Beating the negative advice and overcoming obstacles makes the dream happen.
  • Being compensated for all your efforts pays off. $1.98 million? Anything is possible!

HAVE YOU "MASTERED" YOUR GAME HERE?

When seeing and perfecting your vision in something you truly love to do, great results happen!

We are all "Masters" of our own game. I hope you've enjoyed your Sunday! Golf is one of my passions, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching THE MASTERS!

Erin :)!


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mmonterola Premium
Thanks Erin . You always motivate me to work harder.
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herinnelson Premium
Just what I intended to do! XOXO
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MojalefaR Premium
After reading every one of your posts, I get reinvigorated. I had a challenge yesterday, with all sorts of interruptions that took me away from some WA work. Some of the interruptions we important, but others were debilitating irritants. This can get you so down that you simply throw your hands and promise to ... dare I say it, “give up”. Then the little, devilish voice of doom triumphs.

Fortunately, that voice has become less formidable with me. All I have to do is think of my lovely family, and I recover into action, as I did this morning. First it was gym (that I have not done for a while) to revive the energy. And, yes, thereafter I was back to WA work with vigour, even if it is only commenting on posts. I love that, by the way.

Thanks for the encouragement, Erin.

Forever Grateful
Mojalefa.
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herinnelson Premium
I hate it when that happens! But the key is to not allow that voice to ever interfere with your happy place! By disallowing it, you remain motivated, confident and joyous! It's taken me many years to perfect this, and now---nothing bothers me! Your words are like honey to me!
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DebbieRose Premium
Great analogy and it was an exciting tournament...Reed dominated but the others sure gave him a run for his money. It was fun to watch.
Debbie
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herinnelson Premium
So glad you enjoyed it, too, Debbie! Are you a golfer? I've played golf my whole life! :)!
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DebbieRose Premium
I have golfed..some of the best real estate in the world! I remember an instructor telling me to just dress the part and look like a pro because you can always say you're just having a bad day! Golf is one of the things that has taken a back seat due to health challenges. Now I focus on things like WA!
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herinnelson Premium
It's all good! Just simply stay focused at the tasks at hand and in the present!
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ElaineSmith1 Premium
See what believing in yourself can do and stepping out!!

Tried and true

Elaine
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herinnelson Premium
Precisely, Elaine! Yes, we can do this!
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HowardJaros Premium
From SB Nation:

"Patrick Reed won the 2018 Masters tournament on Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club. It’s his first-ever victory there, and in addition to the Green Jacket, he gets a $1.98 million cut from a total purse of $11 million. That’s 18 percent of the total pot for a tournament that had 87 players, of whom 81 were professionals and are thus eligible to be paid."

Because he believed he could!
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herinnelson Premium
Thanks for the accurate numbers! I tweaked my post!
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HowardJaros Premium
No problem! I am a bit of a pga tour follower.
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herinnelson Premium
Me, too. Love the PGA process! Thanks for your insight!
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JSharif Premium
Spot on with your comparison. Congrats Patrick Reed ( Btw, I’m a fan of Rory). Thanks for post.
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herinnelson Premium
Me, too! I love watching Rory play!
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marmar463 Premium
Thank you for a great post, I am working hard and nothing is happening as of yet so that means I need to go over all the lessons once again and see what I missed.

Mary
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herinnelson Premium
Yes, persistence will get you there!
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marmar463 Premium
Thank you

Mary
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herinnelson Premium
You're quite welcome, Mary! xoxo
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bigrog44 Premium
Thanks for sharing, Erin.
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herinnelson Premium
Happy you came by, Rog!
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MarkBa Premium
I have say I'm not a golfer myself. My dad tried to teach me many years ago but I was young then and I all I wanted to do was run between the holes so we could get to the end. Naive youth. :)

The Masters are Masters because of the time, commitment and passion they have for what they do. We can learn a great deal from them as examples in business too.

~Mark :)
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herinnelson Premium
Ha ha, Mark! I can picture you doing that! Yes, the Masters are rewarded for their time, commitment and passion. Great thoughts!
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Print Premium
hey, I am working on mastering my game here at WA.
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herinnelson Premium
Yes, that's GREAT! Good one!
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QAVAVO Premium
I aim at Masters height
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herinnelson Premium
Perfect! lol
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laurenjean Premium
Awesome Analogy, Erin! Yes!! As we master affiliate marketing, I truly believe $11 million and more is achievable. I follow a number of top Bloggers who earn in excess of a Million a month. It's a matter of time, persistence and determination.
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herinnelson Premium
You just got me really excited! Thx!
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1Summer Premium
I did read.about this.today..and I saw the "infamous green jacket." Haha
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herinnelson Premium
I don't watch all that much TV, but The Masters each year is a MUST!!
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hanley Premium
Having played single figure golf I understand your love of the game, Saying that I really believe I have a far greater chance at WA of making a winner than at golf.
Just saying.
Great post BTW
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herinnelson Premium
LOL! Yes, that may be true! I've played golf my whole life, from the time I was 5 and have played in several tournaments. Most recently, The Norwich University Players Tournament at Sugarbush Resort in Vermont. :)! There were 3 men and me in my group. haha.
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buffetearns Premium
When I think of Masters, I relate it to two years of hard work and study, holding down a full time job & working long hours as well as working towards becoming a Chartered Quantity Surveyor........

Yo nearly gave me a heart attack! Thank goodness we are talking golf!

I don't have a telly, who won?

Wayne
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herinnelson Premium
Ha ha! Didn't relate it to school! Good one! Read about Patrick Reed in my post. :)!
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buffetearns Premium
Thanks Erin!

Wayne
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herinnelson Premium
:)!
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MiaL Premium
Is the Masters tournament for men only?
One of the things I love about WA us that it doesn’t discriminate. It is for any person, of any ability.
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herinnelson Premium
Yes, but there are woman's tournaments equally important. Great point about WA.
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