About JMcAdie
Joined November 2014
Hello you wonder workers, I'm John McAdie, I live here in Glasgow, Scotland, I am a one-handed musician due to a disability called cerebral palsy. I have a computer-based music recording studio here at home, but lately I haven't had much time to play or use the studio because I'm studying at The SAE Institute in the city for a BA Honours degree in Audio Production I moved here to Glasgow when I was accepted into the SAE Institute in May last year. So I am returning to WA as a past member and I'm delighted to be back yet again. As all things like, the way we work, the way we interact, the way we build businesses and relationships are all now done online, my first experience with WA, which was very very educational remained in my memory, I only failed to take action, but this time I truly am now ready and very willing to take any action necessary to become a highly successful wealthy affiliate and even start building more websites and blog pages, ensuring my own success and ongoing successes for all at WA!
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I'd be happy earning £10,000 per month

I'd be ecstatic earning £100,000.

As I am currently a student at University in Glasgow I will devote as much time to get my online business running as possible,
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I'd be happy earning £10,000 per month

I'd be ecstatic earning £100,000.

As I am currently a student at University in Glasgow I will devote as much time to get my online business running as possible,
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Carson Premium
Great goals John,

The first step to achieving success online is to set some goals and now that you have done this you can start working towards them. Your goals are absolutely achievable and realistic. Dedicate yourself to working through the training, taking action, and getting help when you need it.

I am personally here to help you and there are many others within the community that will reach out to help too.

You are already doing great, keep it up!

Carson
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Thanks Carson.

I am delighted to read your reply and that my goals are absolutely achievable and realistic. The last time I was with you and WA, I had "holes in my pockets" so to speak, spending every penny I made on silly little luxuries like new music and computer equipment to support my hobbies and passion thinking I would recuperate the money through sales of my music, but I never really got off my ass to sell anything. I did form a band that shrunk from a 7 piece to 5, then a 4 piece, then we stopped playing although due to the lack of other member's commitment to the success that I was longing for. The band were together for around 10 years or so, but I decided that if I wanted success, I need to be around other successful people, not just other musicians who only wanted to jam now and again. I would sit for hours at a time, play and compose tunes and songs but that was it. I'd have a great idea for a song, record it, but then I would sabotage my efforts by thinking that "oh, that sounds like some other song" or "no-one will like this song" or "The music industry is saturated with competition, who will sign up a disabled guy who can only play keyboards with one hand. The type of music that I am passionate about is traditional accordion Scottish Dance Music. And now technology has finally caught up with the times, I am now able to play and compose this type of music on electronic keyboards and it sounds identical to acoustic instruments, you can't tell the difference. So, in essence, I'm passionate for this type of music, now I want to know how I can monetize this and find a niche for my skills and products? Actually Carson, there is a video of me on YouTube with a loan of an electronic accordion from Roland UK to try, but at the time I definitely could not afford it at over £3000 it was the first time playing it so it was a bit rusty. Just type my name 'John McAdie' in the search bar. And you can watch my attempt at playing an accordion with my left hand. I hope you enjoy it and I really look forward to working with you at WA and at last becoming that success I have always to be

Thanks so much again Carson. And I look forward to hearing from you soon.

John
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