One Thing I Appreciate About Wealthy Affiliate.
One of the first things I noticed when I joined Wealthy Affiliate is that the owners, Kyle and Carson, don't go on and on about how much money they earn with Wealthy Affiliate on any given month, week, etc. In fact, no one really does, that I've seen. A member who has made his/her first sale or has had a particularly good month, financially, will share this information, but just enough to encourage the rest of us - it's not rubbed in our faces. This is something I really appreciate. I am sure I am not the only one who shares this sentiment.
One of my pet peeves when I've attended business opportunity gatherings, or looked online for a way to make some $$, is that some of these gurus (I won't mention names or companies, some may still exist and I don't want to get sued) "entertain" the viewer by showing off the car, usually a Benz, they currently own, or (and this cracks me up!) he/she is standing in front of the house they supposedly live in. (I don't know if you've noticed, but these homes never quite look like they are really occupied - I never see drapes or curtains in the windows, or even cheap shades, for that matter... there seems to be something "missing" when these homes are shown off...). Or if they will show off a photo of their home from an aerial view (who takes a picture of a home from a plane?!?) Just saying...
I could go on...but I won't bother. Many of you, like myself, I am sure have endured this type of business opportunity showmanship. Enough already.
I just want to thank you, Kyle and Carson, for not grandstanding in any way. Thank you for creating Wealthy Affiliate for those of us that just want a chance in life to do something worthwhile. You provide a service, teach what we need to know, are always helpful and it's up to us to take it to the next level.