Unintended (GOOD) Consequence!
Last Update: Oct 3, 2013
I recently took my own advice (blog post on financing WA) and managed to raise enough to "go yearly." It was a struggle and several issues arose that threatened to derail my efforts. However, perseverance and a determined focus made it happen.
In addition, I just upgraded to the Jaaxy Pro account (took advantage of Kyle's and Carson's latest offer); then realized that my "go yearly" savings is enough to completely pay for Jaaxy. So, in a sense, by going yearly, I am essentially getting Jaaxy Pro for free!
Generally speaking, most unintended consequences are not good. Thank God this one was!
This Jaaxy offer is a fantastic deal. If you've been considering an upgrade but didn't think you could afford it, perhaps this strategy may work for you as well.
To our SUCCESS!
Great thing you did way to go i will do soon
That is great Joshua, going yearly is definitely is the way to go, I have gone yearly in WA but not upgraded in jaaxy yet, but it will come!
I'm glad to hear your plan worked out well.
Fantastic, well done and good luck for your future,
Appreciate it, Hudson. I realize how much work I have ahead of me but at least I no longer have to worry about my Premium account any time soon.
To our SUCCESS!
Wonderful move , I can't wait to see your success online ..
TO our success !
Sometimes the best advice is our own, break a leg...
Wouldn't that make it a little difficult to walk to the fridge for that midnight snack that I crave?
So happy to hear of your good fortune. May it serve you well. Glad to know you are in it for the long haul! Tria
Thanks Tria. I appreciate that. The "long haul" it is!
It's almost like the time (April 6, 1974, 6:47 p.m.) when I quit smoking and made a definitive statement in doing so. The statement? "I am totally done with you!" I crumbled up (one cigarette at a time) six packs of cigarettes and flushed them down the toilet!
My statement by going yearly with WA? "I am committed to this undertaking." It took some doing for me to scrape together the funds for this, and God knows I could very easily have spent that money elsewhere. But this is important to my future and is probably my last real opportunity at online success. As I contemplated the question: "Can I afford to do this?"; the answer swiftly came: "Can you afford not to?"
May your future be bright and successful, full of learning opportunities and fruitful work.Most of all I hope you enjoy all the above blessed by happiness!
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Fabulous......The pic of the little guy for whatever reason, has Ken all over it. lmao.
Now that you mention it, it sure does.