Some of us ask what really does this rank gives you? What are the benefits? Do they give you commission or credit? What should we do when you are at that rank or level? What are the rules?

That's what i and others thought...

Hope someone will tell us if this is really worth or not.

Your WA family,

cybridge

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BIS Premium
You can read what Kyle has said here - https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/kyle/blog/be-an-ambassador-at-wa-in-2014

You don't earn commission for being an Ambassador. The rank is achieved by how much time you spend interacting with other members of WA - through blogs, discussions, training materials, Live Chat...

Not everyone has the time to interact - nor should anyone feel obliged to. Some of the most successful members of WA don't appear in the top 100 because they are focused entirely on their own business.

Benefits .... each person would have to decide that for themselves - but I would say that they are generally intangible benefits.

:) Beverley
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cybridge Premium
I already know about the link. I was just asking people who knows more about this who has achieve their ranks and what else you will get. Thanks for sharing this.
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Gordi Premium
Agreed Beverley. You can be successful without ranking here
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sue5173 Premium
I've been wondering the same thing..
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cybridge Premium
A bit shy at first, but talkative in the long run when i manage to get along with others. Its not bad to ask questions its just like we need some information just to inform others as well other than me.
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Profmiss Premium
Well Arnel the way I see it, if you get as high ranking as Ambassador, you get a wealth of things. Sorry, I am not talking about commission or credit. Earlier I was watching a youtube video by a presenter who tries to build a relationship with his followers. Don't we hear that here at WA? And you being 'a bit shy', what better way to ease out of that by communicating with others in a non-intrusive manner. And I believe with each and every opportunity that we have daily to write a blog, a question, a discussion or a training, we are honing in on skills that we either had forgotten we ever had or never had but because we write often they have developed. I am a teacher and I constantly tell my students that to get better at something they have to practice and it's not for me but for their benefit. And I want the best for them so I push them to practice and I help motivate them to want to practice. I like to think that it is part of Kyle & Carson's master plan that by helping others we're really helping ourselves to develop and become the persons we need to become to have strong successful businesses that relate to people. This might not be anything CLOSE to what you were expecting to read but it was something I'd wanted to say for a while (I can be shy sometimes too) and took advantage of your question. Great success to you friend!
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archan Premium
You should have made this todays blog, it's lovely.
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Profmiss Premium
Thank you Derek! That's very kind of you!
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tommydillard Premium
A swelled head :)
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mackiejw Premium
More work by helping, less time to take care of their websites. But isn't that the spirit of WA?
John
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BIS Premium
LoL - not me Tommy!
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tommydillard Premium
I know just making a funny. Lol
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Mark Tait Premium
Hi - I like John's point on this - it is a nice feeling to see your rank get higher - but it can also reflect how much time you are spending helping and contributing, as opposed to working on the reason you came here in the first place.

Admirable as that may seem (and is), if you are here to create a business, you need to ensure you manage your time to both help others (if that's what you get a buzz doing - I know I do), and to follow the teachings and read the posts and replies from others, to ensure you progress with your fundamental reason for being here.

All the best, Mark
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