Completing Tasks.

Last Update: March 06, 2018

I Just completed some incomplete tasks, getting through Level 4 in the Certification Course. This has been so near completion for a while now and it was bugging me. So It's now done. I'm moving ahead with the next course. Which is aptly named "Content is my business". I've had a number of realizations while being here at Wealthy Affiliate. One of which is "this is actually hard work" it's not easy and it requires one endures. Don't give up even when it seemingly goes wrong, there's alway something you can do to find a way forward.


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alexjysmith Premium
excellent post, persistence is the key to everything. I couldint agree more :)

AJ
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IngoJace Premium
I have not permitted myself to run ahead in the courses without completing all the tasks, which is why I haven't moved through them as quickly as some.

I am rearranging a few here toward the end of the third course to what feels to me to be a bit more orderly and realistic, but other than that, jumping ahead just seemed like "cheating" where the only one hurt was one's self.

Is this the wrong attitude?

If streamlining success means greatly altering Kyle's curriculum, please help me understand how to work that process. So far, just doesn't click with my way of viewing things (not that I'm judging anyone else!).

Thanx!
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Armlemt Premium
Following the training in the order that it comes, completing each task before moving on is the best way to do things. People who jump ahead tend to run into problems because they missed something or just glossed over something.

Keep doing what you are doing. Afterall, learning is a process and not a race.

Best wishes!

Anita
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JamesAnders1 Premium
Jason
I say you've exactly the right approach. Step by Step...I skipped over to WA Bootcamp and left the cert course level four with a couple of not done tasks. Primarily because I found it difficult to settle on a niche, the bootcamp kinda solved that. I don't recommend that approach at...Your approach is in my opinion by far the best.
Cheers James
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JamesAnders1 Premium
Hi Anita
Very sage advice.
Cheers James
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Armlemt Premium
Thank you!
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IngoJace Premium
Thanx for the validation!

I will stay the course.
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IngoJace Premium
That fits right in with my observations.

Thanx for the input and the incentive to keep going with my approach.

Best wishes to you too!
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pinclip Premium
Hi James, you are very right many time we can find excuses to leave it alone, only small percentage will fully take advantage of the training here. Hard work never hurt anybody. Keep going.
All The Best
Shields High
Reese
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JamesAnders1 Premium
Hi Reese,
Thank you, Im finding this business requires as much discipline as anything I've ever done. If not more. I have to keep remind myself it's not a race.
All the very best to you too.
James
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gohealthy Premium
True...the road is long and winding.

Happy working :))
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JamesAnders1 Premium
Norleila,
Thank you..."long and winding" describes it beautifully.
Happy working to you as well:)
James
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kimwolfe Premium
Great job on the completion James! Keep going.
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JamesAnders1 Premium
Thank you Kim,
I tend to be like a bulldog once I've clamped down on something I don't give it up.
James
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kimwolfe Premium
Haha! That's an awesome attitude and analogy!
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Henri-III Premium
“Never give in – never, never, never, never – in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense.” ~Winston S. Churchill
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