A to Z Analogy: Nails
In my A to Z Analogy, I will take places, things and people and relate them to developing our online business. This is just for fun, but perhaps, you'll be able to see something from a different perspective.
Today's Analogy: N for Nails
We have these pretty, colorful nails...
Then we have these hard, metallic nails...
The top image is a sheath that protects the fingers and toes of humans and many mammals; the bottom image shows a metal object used for fastening things together.
Wealthy Affiliate as a Protector
All you need to do is read the profiles of your fellow WA members to know that many have been scarred. If you usually give a generic welcome without reading people's profiles , how about next time you take a few minutes to read people's stories. The resiliency of people is astounding!
To say that we have a mission here to spread the "wealth" is an understatement. Once we walked into this community, we were immediately protected from "Storm Scam" which seems to know no bounds, reaching all 7 continents, causing all sorts of emotional and financial destruction.
As we embarked on this new journey, we could see the depth of training given through the Certification, Bootcamp, and training from fellow members. We no longer had to weather the storm, unprotected.
Wealthy Affiliate Holds It Together
If you have ever gone to a hardware store, you'd notice that there are different size nails, with each one used for a specific task. The nail you would need to hang a mirror differs from the one you would use to hang a picture frame.
Within Wealthy Affiliate, we have different size nails, all of them important, and all of them needed to go together. The Certification and Bootcamp is the big nail; Jay's webinars would another large nail; the comments and questions people ask within the training would be one size, with the answers provided, yet another size nail. All of them different sizes, but all of them equally important in keeping the foundation sturdy.
Whether you paint them or hammer them away, never overlook how important the "nails" of your business are. And always remember...
Strive to Thrive,