Working with what you know!

Last Update: April 09, 2016

Morning

There are few things as frustrating a finding out you are creating so many issues for yourself as you flounder about. it is a great deal like trying to learn to swim! The harder you flap your arms, the less distance you can cover.

As I have been in the "beginners pool" a good while now, I find that the lack of confidence in what I do know can cause some issues. However, it was reassuring to realise that you have some basis for the information that is being shared.

I had with some past posts created some pages that I was hoping would be evergreen! That was never going to be! They were my first items to publish and were my "babies" that I had slaved over!

Then I decided that I needed to change to Yoast. After adding Yoast, and along with working towards green lights with the old posts, have been working on updating a few of them.

During this process, I created some issues, and now several days later and with the help of one of our great Ambassadors, I find that I am able to work my way through, and move on to other issues. I will not know what problems I am creating for myself until I reach another level of education and understanding.

This is part of why this journey is so much fun, and so exciting! Each layer of education brings about so much understanding!

What I have learned?

Work with what you know and understand.

We are all different and learn at a different pace! Just because someone joined about the same time you did, it does not mean you both bring the same skill level or have the same goals!

If you do not understand, accept Kyle's teaching that just do it and figure it out later! Ok, maybe accept the answers from our Ambassadors as well. After you are a member for a while other long timers will also come to your attention as good people to ask for help from! They all have different special interests and together make up an unbelievable amount of working knowledge.

Just counting my blessings ~~~~~

Sami


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GaryHelm Premium
Right on Sammy !!
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SamiWilliams Premium
Gary,
Thanks for stopping by. The learning curve continues to rear its' head. However, the support by the networked family keeps me ever struggling on!
Hope you find the support you need when needed.
Sami
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SamiWilliams Premium
Gary,
Thanks for reading. The blessings of the many opportunities continue for me in the learning phase.

I know that the financial success will follow.

Sami
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MarionBlack Premium
i can see it's all coming together for you Sami. Have a great weekend.
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SamiWilliams Premium
Marion,
From your lips to God's ears!
Thanks for all you do!
Sami
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Martstervt Premium
Hi Sami, your post is something I can relate to. It is the struggles that we learn the most from. Sometimes progress seems slow but when looking back we can see how far we have come with the help of our WA friends.........have a great weekend........Marty
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SamiWilliams Premium
Marty

Seems you are correct in your statement about learning from struggles. Had I known how much I needed to learn, I doubt this journey would have been attempted!
Thanks for the encouragement.
Sami
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Martstervt Premium
HaHaHa! Sami I know what you are saying,but aren't you happy that you did.........I have thought the same thing...........Marty
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joyweb Premium
I totally understand, I feel I am floundering but I keep moving on one step at a time. I also ask questions. I search for ambassadors to follow as well. When I see one that I am not following , I follow them.
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SamiWilliams Premium
Joy,
I do agree that the Ambassadors are well named!
Most of my battles are the result of self-doubt!
Thanks for commenting.
Sami
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JudeP Premium
Great points Sami, thanks for sharing :)
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SamiWilliams Premium
Jude,
Thanks for reading and commenting!
Have a great productive weekend!
Sami
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