Moving Forward

Last Update: March 19, 2019

Today I have just completed my level one training, believe me when I say this has not been an uneventful time, starting just before the Christmas break gave me little time to get my head around anything, then to top it all my computer packed in and left me stranded with no access to the internet.New laptop and then on to the training, but life gets in the way, it was almost the middle of February before I managed to really open my mind to following the training, I found that it was very difficult following the learning and trying to remember how to get it working on my blog.

Finally, I figured it out to open the training on tab 1, the word press editor on tab 2, and the website on tab 3, now I can follow the training and stop the video at the point I want to transfer it to my word press editor, then check exactly how it looks on the website.

Once I had this system I started to move a little more swiftly, then I came down with a cold (man flue) knocked me back for week, but not out, picked myself up and got started again.

A little at a time keeping going, maybe one week a little more than another sometimes had to split one training into 3 or 4 parts, stopping sometimes for 2-3 days and never on a weekend.

As for the training, that takes you from the basic, starting here I learned another point, I was confused by something I was asked to do, if this happens to you, just do it, within the next few lessons it all becomes clear, don’t try to second guess where this training is going.

After I recovered from my slapped wrists, I was able to continue to the next training program, the point I am trying to make here is this is not a race, you can take your time, you will start at the most basic and work slowly forward, in fact if you are a little proficient you could do this in one week.

Level 1 has been a real eye-opener to creating the start for me, and you can do this for free, once you get to the end of this level you are offered the opportunity to upgrade to Premium.


Once you do you can move to level 2 which is where I am now, I hope this gives those just starting a few points to help them, and wish you all the very best with your journey and look forward to letting you know when I complete level 2.

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DaveAsprey Premium
Your doing great. Keep it up 👍🏼
Cheers
Dave
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trymetoday Premium
Thanks Dave, I much appreciate you stopping by.
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Treadstone02 Premium
Great blog, sounds like your journey has been in the trenches for a bit, but I do like your attitude and thought process, small steps and keep on moving, looking forward and doa bit at a time, to your own pace and around your own life commitments. Always keep looking back on those "financial goals" that Kyle got us posting in the first few lessons.

My blog post, 'The Compound Effect' mirrors a lot of what you're saying, Glad you've found your groove, keep at it and don't forget the whole WA community of diverse people, skills and experience all ready to help.

"If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything"
- Emmet 'Doc' Brown
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trymetoday Premium
Hi Emmet, your right about the trenches, but finally there is light at the end of the tunnel, thanks for your response.
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Treadstone02 Premium
Evening Paul, can't believe you're not a 'Back to the Future' fan, not even a fan of the DMV Delorean, being once an engineer? Emmet Brown isn't me but Doc Brown from the movies. "Great Scott" you didn't know or realise, great trilogy. Hope you're well fella.

Regards Steve
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trymetoday Premium
Hi Sorry about the name. How can I not love all motorised vehicles, it would not be right, from my first Scooter Lambretta, through various Motorbikes and too many cars, even a van to mention, 1950s to 1980s the best years, all getting too tecky now if yiu know what I mean.
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CandP Premium
Hi Paul and congratulations on getting Level 1 completed. You now have your website in place and can see things taking shape. We hope all goes smoothly from now but, as you say, it is important to go at your own pace.
Colette and Philip
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trymetoday Premium
Hi CandP, Thanks for your kind words, much appreciated.
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heljam404A Premium
You're doing a great job and thanks for sharing your post!
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trymetoday Premium
Hi Heljam, see you have made it level 4 well done, following in your footsteps.
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NewLaurie Premium
Great blog post, Paul! Thanks for the update, and for sharing your tips!

Good luck as you move forward, and feel free to ask questions should any come up!

-Laurie
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trymetoday Premium
Thanks Laurie for your good wishes and offer of help, now following you.
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NewLaurie Premium
I'm happy to help!
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