Posts by RobSciubba 31
Made it to the top of this Mountain!I've made it again back to the top 200! It's been 4 years now with Wealthy Affiliate. It's been a lot of hard work, learning, persistence, being positive, and never quitting.One thing I've really learned here is to keep going. Once you get into it, you can never win if you quit. Al that work would have been for nothing.Another important thing I have learned is this: You don't build a business. You build people and then people build the business! Don't ever fo
Hey fellow WA members :-)I'm curious as to who would, or did, change either one thing or many different things that might have been that "ah ha" moment where you started to see the light in your business here at WA.For some it might have been staying with it and working hard until it finally happened. But I'm sure that some folks did make a change that really started the ball rolling.Interested in your thoughts and experiences.Thanks!~Rob
August 22, 2020
I've made it to the top 200! I feel that it's quite an accomplishment after 3 1/2 years here at WA!There's no better feeling than when you can help someone. It's all about learning here and spreading the word.Well, onward and upward to bigger and better!And thanks to Kyle, Carson, and Jay as well! :-)
It's been a while since I've posted a blog. I just had to vent here to see if others are feeling the same.I know this is a business and it takes time to build and do it right. In fact I have this on my wall and read it several times a day. " You Don't Build a Business. You Build People and then People Build the Business." How true!So I've followed the training and worked 7 days a week for I don't know how long now. I never mind the hard work. It's necessary and has to be done to get ahead. I ge
April 15, 2020
I thought about it last night. Been working hard for three years with many ups and downs. It hasn't been easy and Amazon hasn't helped. Nothing like slashing commissions, huh?But then I thought, well I'm not making money anyway so what's the difference? Well the difference is that Amazon has helped me to make changes that I should have made a long time ago. Eddy Solomon put it right, "Don't put all your eggs in one basket!"I will no longer do that! That's for sure. I am branching out like I sho
March 03, 2020
Time Flies!Where does the time go? Three years? Wow! It seems like yesterday. But here I am and still setting goals even though things really haven't happened yet.But I am positive they will because I refuse to ever give up. It's not easy but nobody ever said it would be. I keep looking to improve and change things up so as to not stand still. It's all about staying positive and looking for help whenever I can.But it's also about helping others as well. Once in a while you may come across someo
September 07, 2019
Ok, I've always said that making changes requires taking action and not just thinking about it. And after two and a half years and not any progress when it comes to creating income, it's time to shift gears. Exactly what, I'm still not sure, but I will.It's frustrating but I know that if I stay the way I am right now, then I will get the same results. If I want different results change is mandatory! One of the most frustrating things to me is time. I honestly don't know how others do it. It's i
February 05, 2019
I made it! Two years! It's been quite a journey and learning experience to say the least!This is a business you never quit. No matter what, I will always keep trying because helping others is what it's all about.Thank you to all of you who have helped me get here!
November 02, 2018
I'm just curious if there are others out there who know of and are making money elsewhere while your WA website is growing? It gets frustrating sometimes when you're on the sidelines not making money while others are as they pass you by. That's fine. We'll all get there too!I know like everyone else who hasn't made it yet that it will happen :-) That's not a problem. I still believe we should all stay on track and work as hard as we can to get there.Sometimes it does take a little extra help to
October 24, 2018
How do You do it?It baffles me as to how any one person can handle more than one website at a time. Of course if you're already successful the answer may be just outsourcing.But for a great many of us, we are just working on the one or two websites and for me anyway it's more than I can handle.I'm trying my hardest as I just started on the bootcamp but time is valuable and I don't know how to find time to do both websites. I just hired a writer to help and while I just started, time will only t