About ParthaB
Joined March 2020
I guess you could call this my 2nd stint at Internet Marketing, although I now have more time, patience, life experience and probably most importantly the means to actually learn things properly without worrying about where the next pennies are coming from.

I initially worked online from 2009-2012. I had relative success with Clickbank and article marketing - those were the days where you could buy a cheap domain name, point it at the affiliate sales page, write 5-10 articles a day on the given product and bam!! you're producing sales. I then managed to land myself a couple of great writing gigs with entrepreneurs looking to build serious authority websites, which provided me with constant work for 18 months.

However, I was always about "earning whatever money I could" as this was my only source of income. Unfortunately, this simply led to me working my fingers to the bone to build other people's businesses without much to fall back on for myself.

This time will be different - this is my opportunity to build something for myself. So I'm starting afresh, learning the ropes slowly but surely, without having to constantly look over my shoulder wondering how I'm going to pay my bills. Yaay!
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Money Goals
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Money I would be happy earning
If I'm earning a consistent $500 a month I know that have I built that myself and therefore have the means to scale up and earn more.
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Money I would be ecstatic earning
Hey, difficult to say, as for the first time in my life I'm not constantly worrying about money and desperately trying to earn a crust, but if I had to put a figure on it I guess $7000 a month would allow me to live very comfortably and travel regularly.
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Time I'm willing to invest to achieve my goals
The world is my oyster, time is not an issue. However, I also want to start enjoying life a little. I'm not expecting to earn millions without putting the hard work and effort in, but initially I'm happy to work 20-25 hours a week and see where that leads me. Small acorns of success from this initial work can be very motivating to try and work harder in order to achieve more.
 
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ParthaB Premium
How much money per month would you be happy earning?
If I'm earning a consistent $500 a month I know that have I built that myself and therefore have the means to scale up and earn more.

How much money per month would allow you to live the ideal lifestyle?
Hey, difficult to say, as for the first time in my life I'm not constantly worrying about money and desperately trying to earn a crust, but if I had to put a figure on it I guess $7000 a month would allow me to live very comfortably and travel regularly.

How many hours per week are you willing to invest to achieve these goals?
The world is my oyster, time is not an issue. However, I also want to start enjoying life a little. I'm not expecting to earn millions without putting the hard work and effort in, but initially I'm happy to work 20-25 hours a week and see where that leads me. Small acorns of success from this initial work can be very motivating to try and work harder in order to achieve more.
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Fiona13 Premium
Great goals,
Wishing you all the success, by following the training provided by Kyle you will reach your goals in no time. All the best!
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Carson Premium
Nice goals Partha,

These are going to take you to a whole new level of being focused, motivated, and dedicated to what you are learning here at WA.

As you work through the training lessons, make sure to ask questions when you have them, and take action on what you are learning. You have a full community of friendly people behind you!

I look forward to working with you :)

Carson
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nathaniell Premium
Those are some really great numbers to start with Partha, and I think you're going to hit your goals a lot faster than you think. Many people generate thousands... or tens of thousands of dollars per month after going through the Wealthy Affiliate training.

Honestly, I think you're going to surprise yourself and double or triple those goals in time, and I'm looking forward to helping you get there!
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AlyseS Premium
Great goals!!!
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Johnpavich Premium
Thx for the follow Partha right back at ya !!!
I'am sure your going to do great this time and I love your website it looks really good. I read part of the annabolic running 2.0 it's something like Dr. Mercola said and he was a long distance runner at one time, he said fast short spurts of running was better as with other exercises.
So, very interesting, well done😎👌

All the best!!! Will be keeping this post!
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ParthaB Premium
John,

What lovely comments, I knew there was a reason I followed you, LOL.

No, it's nice to see someone take some time and effort to get to know another person a little first - John, we are of the same ilk.

Funnily enough, I mention Dr. Mercola a fair few times, but on another site of mine based around insomnia.

However, as for the short, sharp bursts of high-intensity activity compared to "traditional" cardio, I mention this throughout most of my content.

In fact, I'm forever apologising to "joggers" in my posts, as I'm constantly bashing one of the most popular forms of cardio (which typically lowers the metabolism and typically burns more muscle than fat).

Thanks for your kind comments John, and I look forward to interacting with on the platform (I'm not entirely sure why we haven't come across each other before).

Best Wishes
Partha
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Johnpavich Premium
Some heavenly bodies take a long time to crash into each other ha ha
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smaowa Premium
Hey Partha,

Last time we spoke I felt you really pushed my thinking forward and you came with specific ideas I really appreciated. So I'd really love to get your perspective on my current thought process.

So as we discussed I started my goal was to improve staff management skills for leaders and HR managers. But I think the pressure of giving advice to leaders was just a bit too much and incongruent if I started to do it right away with my current background story. So maybe starting off with a more humble goal of just inspiring aspiring leaders while documenting my own journey to become a great leader would be a solution. I feel I'd still need to be more specific in my niche and are looking for the alternatives to see a better picture and make an educated choice instead of throwing myself into something.

The paths I'm currently thinking of are:
1. Staff Management for aspiring HR managers and aspiring leaders. Which can change to actual leaders and HR managers when I become advanced enough.

2.1 I could choose the people who are interested and readers of "How to win friends and influence people" or a similar book, but then I'm not sure how I could monetize that except for just pointing towards that book and possibly other books from that author. Maybe different courses and possibly tools relevant to the book topic... Then I would like to focus on how to apply and implement the strategies the books mention into your own life as I do it myself.

(I just saw the a video where Kyle was talking about niches. He talked about that you could be as specific as targeting a specific book. He mentioned a successful article focusing on "50 shades of grey". There I see a great opportunity to refer other books and to adult toys which probably would sell not only at a higher price than books but also probably at a higher rate compared to just the book which the website is about since the reader most likely already read it.)

2.2 After finishing about that specific book I could expand to different leadership PD books/courses/content. However, that would be more general PD and leadership, but at the same time more narrow since it is about specific books.
- Here I'm not sure of how I should choose my domain name. If I choose it related to the first book or something more general in the topic of the books I'm thinking about.

Regardless of what path I take, I feel like focusing on one book/source at the time, applying it to myself, document the results, improve and conclude would be suitable for me. Then try understand other peoples perspective and sticking points. Come up with possible solutions and wait for feedback to improve.

Which way would you choose? Do you have any other ideas?

My about me-section currently looks like this:

"Hi I’m Simon and welcome to my website. Since I was a kid I was always very curious about how things work. My curiosity led me to studies in natural science and later on engineering. During my studies I was very focused on my academic record, but watching my peers I saw something else that mattered. Something which was definitely not evenly distributed. Why were some people more popular than others? And why could they have an enjoyable conversation with almost anyone? The answer is: They had a higher social intelligence. I always found myself empathic and kind, but felt that I was not able to understand some people. My curiosity led me to psychology and personal development and I soon realised that even such social skills are learnable. Not only are they learnable but extremely useful. I continued with my studies which I kept as number 1 priority, while keeping psychology as a hobby. Now, I have studied engineering physics and aerospace engineering for 6 years. I’ve been part of several teams, with both good and less good teamwork, and I have also observed a lot of bad teamwork. Moreover, I realised how many people, including myself, could benefit from improving how they deal with people. Not just professionally, but even in their personal lives. Even though I've not much left to finish in my engineering studies, I for now feel technically saturated, and feel a strong urge to learn about effective communication, persuasion and teamwork. On this website I’ll share my own personal journey of how I’ll grow into an effective leader and hopefully I’ll inspire you to do the same or just teach you something about effective communication."

Have an awesome weekend!

Simon
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ParthaB Premium
Simon,

I've replied via Private Message.

Have a great weekend yourself

Partha
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smaowa Premium
Thanks a lot Partha!! A lot of useful information as usual :)
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Mitch333 Premium
Thank you so much for following me ParthaB,

Your post I read yesterday about creating an e-book was fantastic, I also hear and feel you with regards to your bio.

I am honoured to have you in my network.

Many Thanks & Much Appreciated. 🙏🏽

Stay Gold Always

Michelle X:-).
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JKulk1 Premium
I love your honesty Partha. When I was in the banking industry we were so ultra organised that we actually had little time left to achieve anything. Our days consisted of staff meetings, tele meetings, action plans, coaching etc etc. One day I'd had enough of my regional managers constant nagging about action plans. I told him that if he let us undertake some real action then we might actually achieve something.
I really like a bit of disorganisation.
All the best. Jim
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ParthaB Premium
That all sounds very familiar Jim.

I even remember having meetings so that we could "plan" for a bigger meeting.

For a while, it did seem as though we spent more time having meetings and writing out action plans than actually doing anything.

Partha
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smartketeer Premium
Hi Partha,

Thanks for following :)

If you need some help or you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me!

If you want, you can check out my personal blog in the Follow Me On section of my profile page.

And if you want to access the categorized "register" of all my blog posts (324) and training materials (192) published here within WA, here's the link: To YOUR success!

Regards,
Zed
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