Just reached my first milestone in WA!:
Hello WA family,
A couple of days ago, I noticed my rank was at 999 UNDER the 1000 mark! Today, I saw my ranking is now at 986! It came as a complete surprise as I'm still in the early stages of building my first website!
So I asked myself... "what have you done to achieve this small but ,to me, significant first milestone?" The only answer that came to mind was that, since joining WA, I have made a concerted effort to keep linked into the community via the following:
-following not just premium members, but also some of the new members who join for free to see what WA is all about.
-welcoming a few new members daily to WA and edifying everything about WA e.g. the fantastic training as well as the super-supportive community. It's daunting stepping foot into a new environment for the first time and the warm welcome I received on joining in August helped reassure me that everything was going to be just fine. People who actually care and are rooting for our success form the rock solid, genuine foundation of WA. Its ethos starts with the founders Kyle and Carson, and permeates throughout the community!
-reading a few blogs which interest me each day and liking/commenting at the end of them, this includes training blogs and answers to questions posed by members when they get stuck on technical issues or otherwise. Information and knowledge I know will come in handy later down the line.
-participating for a few minutes a couple of times a week in the "live chat' and asking questions on minor technical stuff or just saying 'hi...have a good day'!
-and of course, doing the training for the Entrepreneur Certification course, doing the practical work as Kyle suggests before moving on to the next level. AND asking for sections such as the 'about me' page to be quickly reviewed before moving onto the next task.
To my mind, all the above are important for personal and business growth. I'm just about to start writing content for my first website. My goal is to complete it by end November. My day job and single-parenthood do steal the extra valuable hours I would like to dedicate to building out my website quicker! I've found setting goals and realistic deadlines do help tremendously!
I wish you ALL continued success in all your business ventures on and offline and remember always, there is more happiness in giving than in receiving!
Warmest regards and thanks for reading.
Your WA friend,