Well today marks my 1 month anniversary with WA. I'm doing the affiliate bootcamp and about to move on to course 1 lesson 5, just finishing up on picking my 30 topics for my 3 themes. I'm excited because we have a day off from my day job and I should be able to work a lot on my site today.It is taking me even longer than usual to get through the training because I forget what needs to be done by the time I can work on my website and I have to redo the training. I'm ok with it though, that's j
Well I knew I was going to be slow so I am not too concerned. I joined on Jan 9 and I'm finally finished day 3 of boot camp on the 29th, ONLY 3 WEEKS instead of 3 days!!! No matter though, I knew I would be slow with my full time job and other things, and I am fairly pleased with the content I've come up with so far. Moving on!
I know I'm not the only one that has been overwhelmed by the volume of email from WA hitting my gmail account. I don't want to turn off any of the notifications, because I do want to continue to receive/read/respond to these. At the same time, I can't have them intermingled with other things in my inbox that require my immediate attention. I know there are others that feel the same way, and could not figure out how to move the messages within their gmail account. This is what you do:Open u
So, some people are self motivated and others need help to get busy. I personally have always been able to push my self to work hard and long with great persistence, as evidenced by the fact that for the past 35 years and to this day I get to work at 6:30 for an 8:00 to 5:00 job. However, something amazing is happening since I've joined WA. It has become increasingly impossible to resist the urge to go online and experience the progress of all the people I have networked with over the
Just got on the rollercoaster and ready for the ride! I know there will be ups and downs, and I plan on enjoying the ups, and using the gravity of the downs to shoot up higher! Does that make any sense to anybody?