Not another rat race!

Last Update: December 18, 2018

Hi everyone,

I’m writing for everybody who is overwhelmed by too much info, training, texting, etc.

I got out of the rat race last year. I work online, hardly about 25 hours a week. I joined WA last month.

Because I’m already out of the rat race, I do things on WA at my own pace, not to return to a new rat race.

Remember the point is getting out of the rat race, not creating a new one, making life even harder and eventually getting yourself burnt out.

If you notice, so many successful affiliates on WA, started having an income after a year or so. And they repeatedly tell others to work on only 1 niche on 1 website.

I suggest that you don’t force yourself to crank out loads of content with no useful quality, chat on WA and thinking it is Facebook or loosing sleep over anything here.

Keep everything at your own pace. Sleep well. Work on your website for a year and you will see good things happen.

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AaronGriffin Premium
Taking it easy is the reason most people get into this. However I do think we need to put in a lot of work, but work smart. I am revamping my website at the moment to become a "Lifestyle" themed site" which includes Affiliate marketing, Health and wellness, and Relationship Advice.

The idea is to sort of be a trifecta of health, wealth, and romance. I know it's a bit much, but there is so much content out there for me to produce and with email marketing I can produce videos, blogs, and even outsource if I want.

So far, I'm pretty happy with what I'm creating. I also like that its all under one hat. Since I'll be directing people to where I want them to go I can focus on a particular email and Ad campaign at a time. I can see who's clicking on what and how often then optimize from there.

Plus if it doesn't work then I can always change it. Lol it's something I want to try.

All the best!
Aaron G.
PAULttk333 Premium
Hello Max,
I also agree that we will get more and better result if we concentrate on less or one thing at a time.
Sam-Oa Premium
thanks for your insightful and useful advice. it is so easy to get burned out. thanks again
MaxReliable Premium
No problem.

DBlanchard Premium Plus
Great advice! That is exactly what I did, I had too many things going on at the same time. I put everything aside except one niche, which I'm developing at my own pace!
MaxReliable Premium
Right on.