My First WA Blog

Last Update: November 19, 2018

After about a month and a half of an uphill struggle, I'm almost at the end of my level 2 training. There is so much information in the level that I'm almost afraid that I'm going miss something. My hat goes off to Kyle and Carson and everyone else that contributed to this training. The training is truly designed to help. There is no hidden agenda. Because I'm coming from what feels to me like the stone ages of the internet world, this kind of training, for me, is necessary, and I am so very thankful.

I was becoming a little discouraged before I got to level 2, lesson 9, "Amplifying your Productivity". Here I found my answers. "I have to set goals, I have to do the things I hate, I have to set limits, I have to avoid being a multitasker. For me, this lesson is one of the most important lessons so far. I have to focus, I have to do the hard stuff.

Initially, I started out looking for an internet business but at this point, that is secondary. Now my number one goal is to become an authority within my niche. My niche is "Dementia-Related". I've just started and I have already learned so many new things about the subject, things that I never knew even with almost 20 years in the field. I believe this project will put me head and shoulders above my co-workers. In a few short weeks my writing has improved significantly.

At this point, if I never make a dime from this venture but become an authority within my niche, I would be a very proud and happy person

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SondraM Premium
Congrats on your first blog post. You have selected a niche that is relevant to a lot of people - for better or worse. I wish that I could say that dementia is uncommon.....

p.s.

I have chosen to repeat the training from the beginning several times to coincide with my starting new websites. It seems like I learn something new that I missed each time.
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ROnaldE1 Premium
Thanks for the comment Sondra. Happy thanksgiving, God Bless
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smartketeer Premium
Congrats for publishing your first blog Ronald!

Your journey has just begun!

Godspeed!
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ROnaldE1 Premium
Smartketeer, I like that name, has a good ring to it. Thanks for the comment. Happy thanksgiving. God Bless
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ExpatMark Premium
Congrats Ronald! I am a Personal Trainer/ Nutritionist/ Certified Exercise Therapist and I help clients who have chronic conditions with exercise, diet, etc.... What are your thoughts on the keto diet for dementia-related conditions?
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ROnaldE1 Premium
Interesting question Thompson, the keto diet is low carb, higher in protein. A lot of dementia-related condition are caused by a buildup of protein in the brain...not sure. Something to think about. I've never seen it tried at my place of employment.
I'm working in a Geri-psyh setting, a short term facility. Almost all of my Dementia patients are admitted due to some sudden onset of strange behavior. We stabilize them and and quickly discharge them.
Happy thanksgiving Mr. Thompson. God Bless
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ExpatMark Premium
Keto is very low carb, medium protein, and high fat. You basically switch your body over to burning fat for energy instead of sugar(carbs). Too much protein would hinder ketosis.
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