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I have been working full time the last two weeks at my regular job.

For those who don't know I'm a Tour Coach Driver and am currently on tour.

My travel director is a good friend and over the last twenty-four months, I have produced a lot of videos and multimedia items for her to use in her commentary.

We have not worked together for a while and over the last two weeks, I have been very busy updating her tablet and producing new material for her. The end result is I have been very inactive in WA and even more devastating, let posts slide on my blog.

As you all know consistency is the key and I am quite annoyed.

How do you awesome fellow members cope? Particularly those who are holding down other jobs, waiting for your internet marketing careers to start earning?

I truly would like to hear from you.


Mark

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JamesJB Premium
Having a full time job and other things to see to, as well as being here, is not the ideal scenario. But Rome wasn't built in a day...
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ericpierre Premium
Hi Mark, I too have a fulltime, daytime job. I spend about 2 hours a day on WA and my online business. Sure my progress is rather slow compared to others. But I am of the opinion, that it's not a matter of speed. More important is the consistency.
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MarkPerkins Premium
Yes Eric, you are right consistency.

Mark
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TMcCaskie2 Premium
Hi Mark, like the previous person who commented I have the luxury of being retired.

Obviously being retired offers more opportunity, but one has to remember, even though retired, one has commitments and obligations, to themselves and to others.

Being retired unfortunately does not allow one to get up in the morning and work on a 'killer post' till midnight.

The last two years before I retired, I did as you, trying to combine the two, unsuccessfully, but not without trying.

All I can hope is that you can find some spaces in your busy schedules to invigorate your business.

All the best wishes for your future success,

Tom.
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MarkPerkins Premium
Thank you for your words of encouragement Tom.

Mark
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TMcCaskie2 Premium
HI Mark, thank you for your most welcome response, and yes I shall always be here giving the only thing I can offer, conversational support.

You never know, I might, someday, get up the ladder and be able to offer more concrete solutions, I have just used the word concrete, this is the base for solid foundations.

Stop rambling Thomas, again I hope that you get all your active parts, work and W.A, to combine to your future benefit.

Tom.
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pablocortina Premium
I am retired so I don't have the time pressure you do. I admire your commitment. Hang in there
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MarkPerkins Premium
Thank you Pablo

Mark
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