About WilsonJeremy
Joined October 2015

Hello to All My Online Friends,

My name is Jeremy Wilson. I was born in Missouri, graduated High School in Oklahoma and then graduated college back in Missouri where I studied Church Ministries and Performing Arts with a focus on Vocal Performance.

Before I say anything else about myself, I would like to pay respects to my late Grandfather, Dr. Art Wilson, of whom was a major influence in my life. So here's a wonderful piece of my family history...

Introducing my Grandfather, The Late Dr. Art Wilson. I hope you enjoy this, and if there's anybody out there that knew my grandfather, please comment below or email me and share with us the story...I'd sure love to hear it! Thank you! I miss him dearly!

Here's the youtube link, I think you'll enjoy this short video about him (you may have to Copy this link and Paste it into your browser)....


THANK YOU for watching that short video, it is an honor both to me and my Grandfather for you to take the time to get to know some of the Wilson family heritage.

Without any further ado, I will continue my story...

I began a sales career prior to and throughout college which ended up remaining my career course for many years (working as a sales professional for various companies ranging from independently owned businesses all the way up to Fortune 100 companies) until I decided to start my own business in 2006, Wilsonworks Construction, LLC, a general construction company focusing on both residential and commercial remodeling and repairs.

While still operating within the construction business but knowing that it was not something I wanted to do for the rest of my life (mainly because it is so hard on one's body plus the fact that that industry is always "up & down" throughout each year and I desired something more stable and consistent) I began seeking out other income and career options.


....My Story Continued Below....

First there was MLM...I didn't like harassing all my friends and family.

Then there were other professions I went after including becoming a Real Estate Agent, then on to an Insurance Agent, and also on to become a Mortgage Officer. I was working hard towards building a business around these professions and was just getting to a breakthrough point when the state of Oklahoma slapped a lien on all of my professional licenses due to a Tax Bill I had acquired via my construction company, Wilsonworks Construction. They would not release the lien unless I paid the tax bill in full. Long story short, it was a rather large bill (of which I'm still paying towards till this day) and I could not come up with the funds to do so. Therefore, they did NOT release the liens and that prevented me from being able to renew my licenses by the renewal deadline, ultimately resulting in my licenses expiring and the company I worked for had to let me go because they required all their employees to have and maintain active licenses.

WELL...Guess What???

That put me back in "Square One" all over again, for what felt like the hundredth time I've had to be in square one...Geez Louise!!!

So I'm in my early 40's and having to start all over again....What do I do?

At this point, I'm completely broke (with a large tax bill hanging over my head), I'm Divorced (because my wife left me, after all, my money ran out), I had been arrested and put in jail thanks to my “soon-to-be-ex-wife” calling the cops on me after a failed suicide attempt (which is a whole other story which I’ll be happy to share with you if you just absolutely want to hear it…lol), I had nothing of value (except for my house) left because I had to sell it all just to survive while trying to figure out what to do next, I’m confused, frustrated, depressed and almost friendless (it’s amazing how many “friends” seem to disappear whenever you go broke and get divorced…LOL!) and I had no clue at all what to do next.

I knew I had to go back to a “J. O. B. ” (Which in my brain and belief system means J. O. B. equals = “JUST OVER BROKE”) but what type of job do I try to get?

Well, I knew I wanted something I actually “LIKED” and could “ENJOY”…so that led me to the conclusion of, “Crap…I can’t think of a single J. O. B. that I would enjoy, much less that I would like!”

So then I thought that since “sales” is what I “knew already” and that the majority of my work history reflects fairly well in that area on my Resume, that I would just suck it up and go get me a sales job. I mean, it would be easy, right???

I’ve never, ever had a hard time getting a job in my entire life until now! Before running my own business, when I would go to an interview, most of the time the interviewer wanted to either hire me on the spot or within the second interview….well NOT THIS TIME around!

I’ve spent nearly a solid NINE months accumulative over the last two years (and that’s averaging 50 to 60 hours per week during that time, treating the job-search just like I would an actual job) applying for a sales job with all sorts of companies, researching companies, researching job markets, applying for even just “sales-assistant" positions and even admin positions in effort to just get my foot in the door with these companies...only to receive ZERO reasonable offers.

There were a few that offered me an actual sales job but were super unreasonable in their offer. For instance, there was a “reputable” copier and document management company that put me through SIX various interviews over an EIGHT-WEEK period, and at the end of the sixth interview they stated,

Copier Company Quote: “Jeremy, we believe you are the perfect fit for our company given your passion for your clients, for business and for your previous experience and accomplishments. We would like to offer you the job and even though the starting salary is a tad bit higher than we normally offer, we believe that you are well worth it and we’d be happy to have you as a part of our team starting today. Now your salary will start at (remember they said it was higher than what they offer most people) $18,500. 00 USD per year but if you work hard you could earn a 5% increase within as little as twelve months and up to an 8% increase in as little as 24 months. Would you be able to start tomorrow or at the beginning of next week?”

That is NO JOKE!!!

WOW!!! $18,000 dollars per year! WHAT!!!??? After taxes I might, just might have enough left to make my house payment every month…but that would be all…how would I eat? How would I pay utilities?

The last company I worked for on a salary + commission basis was paying me $56,000. 00 per year, plus a $350. 00 per month car package, plus $125 per month to cover my car insurance, plus a laptop, plus a cell phone, plus 100% fuel reimbursement, plus stock options, 401k, retirement matches, etc. and plus commissions on top of that! Also, my last “good” year in my construction business personally paid me $92,000. 00, grossing nearly half a million in revenue (which is where the huge tax bill came from).

All of that information had already been revealed to this copier company throughout the interview process…plus, on my application, I clearly stated that I needed my starting salary to be no less than $45,000. 00 (this was a lower amount that what I believed I was worth, however, I was just trying to get my foot in the door so I was willing to take less to do so, plus this was the gross amount I needed just to be able to net enough after deductions to pay bills and survive).

Needless to say, I immediately stood up, shook their hand while thanking them for their time and then respectfully declined their offer. They then called me back a week later and offered to increase that salary to $21,000 if I were to join them…I still declined (and laugh-cried out loud once I hung up the phone.

The reason they issued me for the low salary was because they could get eager, money hungry, zealous recent college graduates to come work for them at that low salary point and since the salesperson retention rate at their company was less than 2. 5 years each, they could not afford to invest a larger salary into any single salesperson unless they had worked their way up to that (which would probably be like 10 – 20 years to just get to $45k…LOL!).

You’re probably “Laugh-Crying” right along with me at this point, right!?

To wrap all this up, after all, the time, money, energy and sleepless nights I spent fervently seeking a job over this two year period and while doing small handyman jobs along the way just to pay the bills, I finally realized that there IS a better way! And that's what lead me to here...to online affiliate marketing.

I would love to hear your story so please send me a message and let's connect.

All The Best,
Jeremy David Wilson

Q#1 – How much money would you be happy earning?
A#1 – At least $3,000. 00 per month on annual average.

Q#2 – How much would you be ecstatic earning?
A#2 – At least $20,000. 00 per month on annual average.

Q#3 – How much TIME are you willing to invest to achieve your goals?
A#3 – At least five (5) hours per day, six (6) days per week.

MY FIRST 10 Days Goals – Within my first ten days, I accomplished the following:

SUCCEEDED - 1. Built a fully functional and very attractive website of my own.

STILL IN PROGRESS - 2. Built & strategically organized fully functional sales funnel and follow up campaigns.

STILL IN PROGRESS - 3. Built a very attractive Lead Capture/Landing Page(s).

STILL IN PROGRESS - 4. Completed my W. A. “Getting Started” courses.

SUCCEEDED - 5. Completed a Daily action plan integrated with my calendar.

SUCCEEDED - 6. Begun Implementing strategies and activities learned within W. A. “Getting Started courses.

SUCCEEDED - 7. Engaged with at least one WA community member per day, every day.

SUCCEEDED - 8. Discovered, Clarified and Defined my Niche that I will be focusing on.

SUCCEEDED - 9. Began researching my Niche gleaning important analytics about the profile/avatar of the specific types of people within that Niche.

SUCCEEDED - 10. Shared my first 10-day goal experiences, obstacles and successes with the community and my sponsor.

MY FIRST 30 Days Goals - FAILURES & SUCCESSES - I accomplished the following:

FAILED - 1. Successfully generated a minimum average of at least ten (10) leads per day.

FAILED - 2. Successfully converted at least 20% of those leads into sales.

SUCCEEDED - 3. Begun research on a second Niche.

SUCCEEDED - 4. Shared my 30day successes and accomplishments with the community & my sponsor.

SUCCEEDED - 5. Helped at least one person within the community that is newer than me to overcome an obstacle like or similar to what I had, thus sharing the education I have learned.

SUCCEEDED - 6. Began to fully enjoy online marketing and a clearer vision of how it’s going to improve my lifestyle and those around me.

SUCCEEDED - 7. Successfully helped, at least, one person realize the benefits of online marketing and assisted them in getting started themselves.

The Next 6 Months – Within the next six months, I will accomplish the following:
1. Successfully “scaled up” my business investment at a rate of at least 10% per month.
2. Successfully helped at least 6 people in getting started and profiting at their own online business.
3. Successfully created six attractive campaigns around six new niches.
4. Increased my average incoming leads per day to at least 20 per day.
5. Mastered at least one Niche.
6. Mastered at least one marketing strategy and course of implementation.

The Next 12 Months – Within the next twelve months, I will accomplish the following:
1. Scaled up the investment into my business by at least 20% per month.
2. Helped at least 15 people in getting started and profiting from their own online business.
3. Created at least 15 new campaigns around fifteen new niches.
4. Increased average incoming leads per day to at least 50 per day.
5. Mastered at least three niche(s).
6. Mastered at least three marketing strategies and courses of implementation.
7. Fully completed and implemented at least three specific self-improvement plans.
8. Increased personal and business confidence levels by 100% on each.
9. Have taken at least one full week off to travel/vacation to a place I’ve never been that has natural wonders I can experience.
10. Paid it forward by finding someone in need and fulfilling that need without any expectation of gaining anything in return.
11. Successfully finished remodeling the exterior of my house.
12. Installed new windows and doors in my house.
13. Repaired my girlfriend’s car for her.
14. Sent my parents on a cruise.
15. Hosted a neighborhood cookout, inviting friends, and family, neighbors and business associates.
16. Volunteered at least one full day of my time to a local charity or outreach.
17. Finally began to truly enjoy life again!

Ahhhhh...Feels sooooo good to dwell on these goals!!! :-)




1. Promoting Local Bands & helping them sell their music and merchandise.
2. Promoting Venues helping them to “always have a show” to stage.
3. Exotic Homes.
4. Exotic Vacations.
5. Exotic cars.
6. Small Homes.
7. Real Estate Training.
8. Flip This House Training.
9. Living Off the Grid.
10. Exercise
11. Dating.
12. E-Cigs.
13. Exotic Beers.
14. Exotic Wines.
15. Natural Wonders.
16. Exotic Planes.
17. Diamonds.
18. Gold.
19. Silver.
20. Precious Metals.
21. Mortgage Training.
22. Insurance.
23. Wills & Trusts.
24. Making Money Online.
25. Career Searching / Finding the right career.
26. Second Career Advice for people over 30/40/50/60/70 (each age group)
27. Retirement Strategies.
28. Rare Musical Instruments.
29. Musical Instruments.
30. Off-Roading.
31. Extreme Sports.
32. Breast Cancer.
33. Dental Care.
34. Health Care.
35. Video Games.
36. Amazing Electronics.
37. Recording Studios.
38. Video Production.
39. Photography.
40. Residential Remodeling.
41. Commercial Remodeling.
42. Home Organization.
43. Office Organization.
44. Work Efficiency.
45. Home Life Efficiency.
46. Time Management.
47. Money Management.
48. Motorcycles.
49. Motorcycling.
50. Bicycling/Bicycles.
51. Fancy Restaurants.
52. Healthy Fast Food.
53. Meals to Go.
54. Hospice.
55. Retirement Homes.
56. Long term care & facilities.
57. Online Education.
58. Furthering Education.
59. Best Universities.
60. Learning to play specific instruments.
61. Becoming a viral YouTube sensation.
62. Comedy/Comedians.
63. Kayaking.
64. Canoeing.
65. Camping.
66. Hiking.
67. Surfing.
68. Motorsports.
69. Boating.
70. Water Skiing.
71. Jet skiing.
72. Charities.
73. Hot Rods.
74. Car Shows.
75. Hot Rod Garages/Restoration Shops.
76. Exotic Watches.
77. Things Mom would love.
78. Things Dad would love.
79. Childcare.
80. Raising Happy, Obedient & Smart Kids.
81. Preparing Kids for a Successful Future.
82. Natural Remedies.
83. Gardening.
84. Energy Efficiency.
85. Cooking.
86. Healthy Living.
87. Weight Loss.
88. Helping Small Business Owners Grow their online business presence, customer base, and internet sales and repeat business.
89. Helping Small Business Owners create a successful Affiliate Program of their own.
90. Helping Small Business Owners create a successful Website (goes with #88 above, just more specific).
91. Whole Foods.
92. High-End Home Theatre Systems
93. Ending Human Trafficking!

- Have earned the trust of peers, colleagues, clients, vendors sub-contractors, and business-owners abroad, in both residential and commercial / personal and business application, due to an unwavering commitment to upholding the highest of ethical standards and moral conduct.
Lives by the statement, "Do it right or don't do it at all." - Ray Charles.

- Built a successful general construction business from scratch, encumbering all aspects, roles and positions of business: customer service, sales, business management and employee management; all while doing the actual physical labor necessary to "get the job done right the first time" and managing a crew of seven to ten laborers along with obtaining an Oklahoma State (Producer Life License. Continuously worked an average of 50-70+ hours per week in outside sales while completing required education for and obtaining a Florida Real Estate License, and being commissioned by Century 21 Realty as an Authorized Real Estate Agent. In addition, directed and assembled multiple performing bands and prepared a music program for a college/church class while enrolled and attending college as well as diligently working a full-time job. Currently looking to enroll in online college courses to finish Associates Degree in Business and/or Communications.

- Always seeking opportunities to learn and develop by completing advanced sales training courses, attending sales seminars and constantly reading business and trade periodicals. Also seeking personal, marital and parenting growth by attending and completing continuous personal growth seminars, training, marital counseling and parenting courses through Family and Children Services. Continuously seeking better communication skills & growing relationships.

- Consistently meets sales quotas, however, always striving to exceed both personal and managerial financial goals. Never satisfied with current accomplishments. Always seeking to improve and excel.

Building Lasting Relationships, Wood-working, Songwriting, Performing, Public Speaking, Guitar Playing, Hardest Worker I've ever met, Compassionate, Excellent Communicator, Cooking, Grilling, Sales Strategies


Please connect with me on all my other social media sites and websites....
You can find a list of all of them on this page/link here below...

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Hi Jeremy. Great profile! I was looking at a post of yours from a couple of years ago where you asked if there was an unbiased site for reviews of WordPress themes. I know it's been a while, but it looks like you are still here and doing well. I'm wondering if you ever came across such a site or if you could recommend a good theme for a newbie that is mobile optimized? Thanks!!
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Hello I want to thank you for following me and in return I'll be following you I want to welcome you to the family of wa and please forgive me for not responding earlier but I have been out of circulation on personal issues but I want to welcome you to the family of wa my best wishes to you.
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Congratulations on taking a very important step in growing your business by going premium. I know it is a decision that you will not regret. If you need any help whatsoever, don't be shy in asking this great community. Everyone here is dedicated to helping others succeed. Again, Congratulations!!!!

mlvnjk Premium
Well Jeremy, if it was not for that tax bind you got into, you prob.
would have ran for the presidency of the USA, right ?? You are
an amazing man sir. Hard to believe anyone could have so much
on their platter, and still have the energy to talk about it !! I got worn out just reading the material myself !!
Thank you sir, for taking the time to share that with us, wow !!
Hoping that you will have a healthy, and prosperous new year.
Have a good one sir !!

"CHEERS " !!
HI Jeremy Wilson,Your story is interestingly long with all the ups and downs. Some situation was hard o cope with.But I find the construction company to be somewhat interesting although its ups and downs. In the whole world construction company is found to be lucrtive. I would suggest to stick to it until you make it stable. This kind of job has no limitation in any part of the world you are. It depends upon your hard work and interest.
Anyway GOOD LUCK in your presnt venture of WA.. Good you follow me andd in return I am following you.because you are following 5,073 friends.
grannyjou Premium
Hi WilsonJeremy my name is Juliet, disappointments may come, temptations may come, you know what if you have the right tools eg: honesty, humility, patience, hard work and above all God's grace success surely comes. Congratulations on your sweet success. More grease to your elbows.
I will watch the videos and post my comments.
Kindest regards
GuineaPig Premium
Thank you for following me, with all that you have accomplished here at WA I know you will be a wealth of information. It may have been easier to list the niches you were not interested in( just kidding). I can also relate to making very good money in my field and then not getting a decent offer ( over qualified etc...) settling for any JOB ( Real estate etc.) Anyway, been there done that but now I am here at WA going to give this the best effort I can after still having to work 60 hrs at my day job, until this on line business makes it so I can retire from my day job and have fun with this. Thanks again.
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Thanks for following me Jeremy! That's one he'll of a Bio there man! Wow! Ill be certain to check out all of your blogs and websites to learn from your success. I'm just starting so you can check out my profile too. I have a long way to go but am excited to be building along so much talent here!
Frenchfries5 Premium
Wow... well, I can't remember now if you followed me or I followed you. Whatever we're connected. I enjoyed the energy in your writing. I can tell you in this economy, a legacy from our glorious commander in chief, there are many in your position - including myself. I went from a job market where you could throw darts at a map, pick where you wanted to work, take a big sign on bonus and start the next day - to - about 100 applicants for every open position. And given new grads coming out of school with all the new requirements heaped on them or a 50- something y/o has-been... forget it. I'm done with it all. We are looking to start our own business and focus on the god given skills and talents we have been blessed with. Can't wait! Thank you for the entertaining post.
Yisa Premium
Thank you for the follow, and I don't know what to say after reading your profile other than you are definitely a strong individual for having gone through what you've gone through and not give up. Life is all about falling down and standing back up, so as the Japanese always say GUNBATTE!!
Jaymeolson Premium
Hello Jeremy! Your bio is LEGIT I love it!! Thank you so much for the follow! In addition to following you back, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself! I am Jayme and I am a Health and Fitness Coach, a passionate 85kg Olympic Weightlifter with my sites set on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and I live in Colorado with my beautiful fiancée Chelsea!
I am here to add value to everyone here in the WA community through health and fitness so if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask!!
I look forward to getting to know you and the WA community!
medewey Premium
Wow Jeremy quite a story and a lot of effort and thought you put into writing it! My apologies for the delay in responding to your following not my norm. Been super busy with work and my ministry of which is my primary website here at WA! So thanks for the following! And maybe you can write posts for my business website,lol
LynneTilley Premium
Hi Jeremy
You know who your friends are when you hit rock bottom.
But then very quickly you learn how to climb because you cannot fall any further.
All the people that have wronged you will be laughing on the other side of their faces when they see you sore.
You will get there, keep going.

BBrandt Premium
Hello Jeremy,
Thank you for following me. I am following you in like. That is some profile that you have and your grandfather. I hope all the best for you and hope to work with you in the future.

Be sure to ask for help if you need it.

Hey thanks for following me
it is good to know that I said something to peek your interest.
would love to have your input on how I can improve my work
if you need any help be sure to ask
here at WA we are always looking to help eachother.
Capu1 Premium
Hi Wilson,
Thank you following me. Happy to meet you..
Based on your story, you are going through a difficult time but I can also see that you have the courage and determination to make things happen... Just remember that the job market has changed during the last 5 to 6 years. Now, more than ever, companies are looking for applicants that demonstrate control over soft as well as hard skills.
As per statistics, interviewers/hiring managers create an opinion within the first 15 minutes.
Just some tips ( with your permission) on what not to do in an interview:
Behave over anxious for the position.
interrupt the interviewer.
Try to control the interview by overwhelming the interviewer with multiple questions or volunteering irrelevant information.
Ask for benefits or what can I expect from you (the company), during first interview.

Just be patient, I know you will get there.

we will be in touch....

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Hi Jeremy, Thanks for the following. You have quite a profile. Sorry if I just scanned through it, but I just have too much to do today to sit and read it. It looks like you've been quite busy though. Great to see that you are having such success with WA. That's very encouraging. Look forward to seeing more of it. You take care. See you around the community.
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Hey Jeremy, you were lucky to get offered on a salary package. I am 53 and have not been able to secure a job on a salary package. That is why I am with wealthy affiliate. I want to know how to generate traffic with my website. I am having a website made wholesalers.xyz. This site is about import-export.
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Jeremy you are an amazing person and so far have had an amazing life with what you have shared. I have no doubt what so ever, that you will succeed on all levels. I am following you and thank you for following me. I know now that I will learn a lot from you and can only hope that I can repay what I receive.
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Hi Wilson. Thanks for the follow. I read your profile and I can totally relate. I was also in a sales role and now totally want a different way of spending my life. I realised that I'm worth way more than the amount they are paying me and on top of that, it's way too much effort! I might as well just input that effort into a business of my own.

But 18000 dollars per year is outrageously low for a full time job. It is illegal too because it works out to be less than minimum wage. I know in desperate situation, you call for desperate measures but this probably isn't one of them.

I hope you;re better off now?

Wish you all the best!

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Thank you for the follow, Jeremy
I enjoy reading your story, seems like you have been through hell and back through your job search. I'm glad you found WA like myself. learning how to make a online business because, frankly, there's a lot of B.S. on the internet right now.
PMindra Premium
Hi, Jeremy.
Paul Mindra here from, Ontario, Canada.

Thank you for inviting me to be a part of your network. I graciously accept by following you back.

Interesting journey you have been on.

Welcome to Wealthy Affiliate University. I look forward to learning, sharing and serving with you as we move forward.

Kindest regards,

Happy12 Premium
Hello Jeremy, nice to meet you! That's quite a story. I'm so happy you came here. It's tough when these things happen , but we don't give up. We're stronger than we think we are and we will be successful! Thank you for the follow ! I'm here too if you have any questions. I wish you all the success ! Have a wonderful day!
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Thank you for your follow and I also added you to My net work as well looking forward to networking with you in the near future, I wish you nothing but success on your new ventures.

P.S. I loved your in depth Profile you can tell you put some serious effort into it. Also that is My motto when it comes to the word Job ( Just Over Broke ) But I am know there is more out there which is why I am following my Passion. thank you for sharing.
Tensae27 Premium
Hi Jeremy,
Thanks for the follow...following you back.
An amazing story! I see me in your journey in a different version.
No pressure No Diamonds:)
I'm sure God has a purpose and a reason for our ups and downs. I can say that you're on the right track now. You will be an encouragement for many going through the valley!
Keep being strong! Sara

p.s. I enjoyed your Grandpa's video, I'm sure you've learned a lot from him & miss him dearly.
Gerlinde Premium
Hi Jeremy! Thank you for following me and also for sharing your life with us! I was reading your profile and I know what you mean about refusing that job offer... It also happend to me and I am also proud I did... You gave me the idea to write more things in my profile, thanks for that! And you also helped me to rethink about my goals and write them down as you did - also about my interest in all niches, good idea!
Best of luck to you and thank you for being in my network! Cheers, Gerlinde
DeniseOlsen5 Premium
Hi, Jeremy and thank you for following me! I am following you as well. I read your profile and you have had a tough time finding a job! I don't blame you for not wanting to take that position! I wouldn't either! I wish you much success in your online journey!
ToveL Premium
Hi, Jeremy, and thanks for following me. I read almost all your profile information and was touched by all the troubled experiences you've had throughout your life. I know you will do well here because of your past because of the way you handle your defeats. You are a person that never give up and I wish all the best in accomplishing your goals and dreams.

Hello bro,my gosh ,you need to write a book man,wow,u have flat been tru some stuff but u cant ever give up.hold on to God and your faith,no matter what.God wont ever abandon us.People fail us but He wont.Keep moving forward.You will make it.Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning,amen?be blessed bro.
Ekarr Premium
Hi Jeremy,

Thanks for the follow! Your accomplishments are very impressive. Didn't you leave out walking on the moon, though? You'll need to add that to your list of goals!

I'm going to study your list of goals and niche interests in order to get some ideas of my own.

Take care,
WilsonJeremy Premium
Hey WA Friends....

I'm trying to boost my FB Likes on my FB page:


Please "LIKE" my FB page and then leave me a message here with a link to your page so that I can return the favor by Liking your page as well.

I love teamwork!!! WoooHooo! Are you willing to help with this simple task?

Your friend,
Jeremy Wilson
Bunn Premium
You need to work on your FB page, Jeremy. It says not found or something. Can't get in to like.
WilsonJeremy Premium
LOL....I typed in the link wrong....I just corrected it above, but here is the correct link for your convenience:


Thank you for pointing that out! You're awesome!

Bunn Premium
Hi Jeremy, nice to meet you. My oh my you have many gifts and talents. You will go far. Just don't let yourself burn out. I know it would take a lot to cause that, as you have a huge tolerance for stress that I can see.

I am impressed at your writing ability and I don't believe I saw that on your list. You could make gazillions with your writing. Check out copywriting. You'd be surprised how much they make. 6 figures a year.

Many blessings to you, Jeremy. You are going to soar.

Bunn (SheilaKay)
WilsonJeremy Premium
Hello SheilaKay,

I'm honored to read your words of encouragement...you have been an inspiration to me today and I thank you for it!

Yeah, I still struggle with stress quite a bit, but I know that I must "keep going" because of the fact that it has been proven time and time again that...

"We always get 100% return on what we don't do! Zero effort equals Zero return!"

Thanks for the tip on Copywriting. I have never looked into that before but you've stoked my curiousity so I'll have to check that out today. Any particular sites you think I should look at that are good for researching the topic of becoming a "Copy Writer?"

Many Blessings to you as well and if there's ever anything I can do for you, please feel free to reach out to me anytime.

All The Best,
Jeremy David Wilson
Bunn Premium
I do have some great suggestions, Jeremy. Look up AWAI. They have wonderful programs. That cost. CarolTice.com has a website with tons of free help. And some that cost like the Writers Den but you won't need it with all the other free info. I'm in the AWAI program. It rocks. Let me know how it goes and if it's what's you're looking for, With your writing talent, I can see you getting into it in less than 6 months and making the 6 digits.
WilsonJeremy Premium
That's great info, thank you my friend! So are you a copywriter also? If so, for how long...and are you doing well (financially) with it?

Thanks again!
Bunn Premium
Beginning stages, Jeremy. But now have a client from Kenya of all places and seems to have a lot of work for me to do, so I just got in from an appt in the city and now have to hit the keyboard. 300 words each for 5 different subjects with 2 keywords each and the location and name of the business. Easy peasy.
WilsonJeremy Premium
That's awesome...congrats! :-)
Swangirl Premium
Hello Jeremy! You have a great profile that is rich with detailed goals. They are inspiring. I am lucky to have a good job myself, though I can't wait to break free! My husband and other family members have been caught in the same discouraging hole of depressing job options after having successful careers in the past. It is shocking how bad it can be now. I would be thrilled to be able to have my own business. Congratulations on your progress so far.
WilsonJeremy Premium
Hello Swangirl,

Thank you for the compliments, that is really kind of you to say! It's great that you have a good job because trying to build a new business with no income coming in is super tough....and if you don't believe me, then just ask me and I'll tell ya....LOL! ;-) I know this fact all too well.

As a matter of fact, I just went through another two-month long "job search"....applying, interviewing, 2nd and 3rd round interviews....and made it to the "Final Two" on a position that would have "put me back in the financial game" again...but got beat out by a guy that had 20 years experience in that industry. So...here I am...back in square one again....and to be honest, I'm battling some nasty depression that's doing it's best to overwhelm me. Well, enough about that...lol.

Thanks again for your encouraging words and if there's ever anything I can do to help, please let me know and I'll do my best for you. :-)

Your Friend,
Jeremy Wilson
Swangirl Premium
I totally understand. My husband is going through the same thing after serving in the USMC and going to school for two degrees and working hard all his life. His job now is non-permanent, high stress and under paid and prospects are discouraging. He may have to take a pay cut and we are racking up debt as it is! I sure hope this works! One of my websites will focus on natural supplements to combat nutrient deficiency. Some of those such as Magnesium glycinate, Vit D and most importantly lithium orotate are great natural anti-depressants. All safe and no prescription required. Try those before you ever go down the road of prescription anti-depressants. They even work for pretty bad PTSD.
WilsonJeremy Premium
You'll never have to worry about me taking the road to prescription anti-depressants...I've already been down that road which led to a suicide attempt "on auto pilot" so to speak, five days after I quit them cold-turkey. So yeah, those are NOT for me at all...for sure.

I've never heard of some of those things you mentioned so now I'm curious and will have to look them up, unless you have info about them on your website that I could check out?

Great to hear back from you. :-)

Swangirl Premium
I don't have a website for that niche yet...I plan to but starting with a different topic first. My naturopathic doctor recommended those for my husband...they have been miraculous. All magnesium works but the glycinate form is easier on the digestive system so you can take a higher dose and get a better effect. Magnesium is very important but misunderstood in the U.S. Did you know calcium makes muscles (including the heart) contract and magnesium makes them relax...so obviously if you are low on magnesium you will have heart problems. This is a known thing but the doctors won't tell you about it unless you ask specifically. This made me so mad. I got my Dad on it and it helped his heart and he was able to stop taking nitroglycerine but the doctors wouldn't tell him about it. When pressed (after he was already taking it) they admitted that it would work!!

Anyway, most people in the U.S. are deficient in magnesium, partly due to our diets, partly due to nutrient depletion of soil and partly because calcium is pushed like candy here but people don't get enough magnesium to balance all the calcium from dairy and extra supplements. This results in muscle cramps, depression and a host of health problems. When your body is under stress (physical or mental) it uses more magnesium. Magnesium helps your body deal with stress. If you don't get enough, your body will pull it out of your bones to keep your blood level up so your heart can keep pumping! So, blood tests are useless for measuring magnesium levels! You could get blood work done and they tell you your levels are normal because they don't understand how it works. Doctors in the U.S. get only a couple hours of training on nutrition in all the years they go to medical school. This is by their own admission. They are not trained about the basic, necessary nutrients for life!

Lithium orotate is a mild form of lithium and most importantly it is NATURAL. Anti-depressants use a toxic, strong and very dangerous form of lithium but it is a completely different substance. This naturally occurring lithium has no known side effects. It is very safe to use and incredibly effective. Buy a bottle on Amazon and try it out. KAL is the brand we use. Some people may take 5 or 6 at a time during periods of high stress but you can start with 1 and see how you feel.
WilsonJeremy Premium
Wow, sounds like you really know your stuff! That could have been a blog article all on it's own! :-)

Hey, did you know that you can Blog here in WA also...and it can still be found in search results also...so you don't have to wait to get your website built before beginning to blog...you can blog you little heart out here within your profile.

If you don't know how to do that, then let me know and I'll send you some instructions.

Anywho, I just thought that might be a good alternative for you until you get your site built. :-)

All The Best,
Swangirl Premium
Yes, I suppose I could. Seems like I should focus on the websites but it never occurred to me to blog about one of my niches on here. Thanks!
WilsonJeremy Premium
Cool, I'm glad to hear that I was able to open your thoughts up to some new opportunity. Yippie! :-)
lmwood646 Premium
Jeremy, i was eavesdropping on your's and Swan girl's post. I am interested in learning about blogging for profit. please send me some instructions. You can PM me from my profile, which you may enjoy reading.
Donnie58 Premium
Hey, Jeremy! thanks for the add to your network and great to meet you!

The part where you said,

"(it’s amazing how many “friends” seem to disappear whenever you go broke and get divorced…LOL!)"

is so true! Been there, done that, bought the T-shirt AND the bumper sticker!

You have a rough row to hoe, my friend! Wishing you the best of success, a little luck AND a prayer or two!
WilsonJeremy Premium
Great to meet you too bro, and thanks for being an encouragement and prayers....that's very kind of you!

I can't write long right now, but let's keep in touch and if you ever need any help, please feel free to contact me anytime.

All The Best,
Jeremy Wilson

PS....Here's my most recent website project if you're curious: http://FiredOrDenied.com/
nrweastman Premium
Firedordenied.com is a brilliant approach: affirming to those who have struggled w/getting or keeping a job; just enough "stick it to the man "attitude without being overboard; and informative letting people know about online marketing opportunities as a viable option. Well done. Something I will definitely be looking back up when I'm ready to build my site promoting WA.
WilsonJeremy Premium
Hello my friend,

Thank you for that awesome feedback, you don't know how good that is to hear! :-) Matter of fact, would you be willing to write a similar comment like that on my actual website? That would be amazing! :-)

And yes, when you're ready to build your site, if I can be of any help to you at all, please do not hesitate to ask and I'll be more than happy to help you.

Make it a Great Day today!

All The Best,
Jeremy Wilson
nrweastman Premium
Yes, I would be willing to do that. Would you want me to enter it simply as another comment? And is there a particular page you would want it to go on, one that would be the most beneficial?
WilsonJeremy Premium
I think a comment like that would work perfectly on the "About" page found here: http://firedordenied.com/about/

What do you think?

Thank you my friend, that's really kind of you! :-)
nrweastman Premium
Finally done. :) All the best to you, Jeremy. Happy, blessed resurrection day!
WLG Premium
After clicking on the link I signed up. I thank you for introducing it to us.

Best Regards,
WilsonJeremy Premium
Awesome WLG! Send me a Private Message when you get this and I'll send you some totally "FREE STUFF" that will help you out tremendously. Also, if you look back on the comments on that post you're referring to, you will find that I gave out my Cell phone number, and you're most welcome to give me a call anytime, I'd love to be able to help you out the best I can. Just know that if I don't answer right away, to leave a detailed message including your call back number, and I'll definitely call you back at my earliest availability. Great to meet you and I hope to hear from you soon!

All the best,
VERINK Premium
HMMMM! Jeremy your story is touching but thanks to God you finally see a better job.Though your life's journey is not too far from mine because when I lost my husband everyone that could be of help to me deserted me.....Such is life, and we are learning everyday.
Tw1 Premium
Greetings Jeremy! Wow! you do certainly have a story to tell! I'll be looking forward to reading the next few chapters as you check off some of those other goals on your list. I am buoyed by your resilience! Thanks for the inspiration! Thanks for being "real".
I'll be following. Good luck in all your endeavors!

WilsonJeremy Premium
Hey Tw1,

great to meet you and thanks for connecting with me and for your super kind words...I'm so glad my story can inspire folks...who would have thought, right!? ;-)

Feel free to reach out to me anytime.

All The Best,
Jeremy Wilson
Jeremy, Thanks for the invitation to join Wealthy Affiliate!! I am stoked to be here and share my story, plus have the ability to finally use my Marketing Degree. Your story is a true inspiration & one of the most real things I have seen in quite a long time. Watching you work so diligently day in & day out has put a special spirit in my heart & a willingness to want to make myself a better individual for a more promising future. Keep up your hard work, I know it will pay off for you soon.
WilsonJeremy Premium
Hey Sweetie,

I'm thrilled to see you here at Wealthy Affiliate! :-)

I truly believe this educational platform along with the amazing support community here at WA is going to drastically amplify your Marketing skills and be a great addition to your Marketing Degree.

Thank you for all the support, encouragement, love and inspiration you bring into my life and I know that through teamwork, we'll make it to "the next level" in achieving our dreams of a "Freedom Lifestyle" and financial future that most would never believe possible.

You're the BEST! :-)

Much Love,
Thanks, I'm excited to give this a whirl & see where we end up :-) I know this will help build my self confidence with my Marketing skills & help brand myself.
WilsonJeremy Premium
You've got that right sweety! :-)
WilsonJeremy Premium
Wooo Hooo!

I just completed WA Bootcamp Course #4, Lesson #6....which is creating a detailed review of Jaaxy.

How did I do?

This took me three days to complete and I was starting to get a little cross-eyed, so I hope I did well, but I'm definitely open to suggestions for improvement if you care to help. Here's the link....


Thank you!

Your Friend,
Kyle Premium
Nice work Jeremy, you are making some awesome progress!
WilsonJeremy Premium
Thanks Kyle,

I've definitely been putting as many hours a day as I possibly can each day, that's for sure. :-)

Have an awesome day!

WilsonJeremy Premium
New Article just Published Now Titled:

"WalMart Closes Stores to Encourage WalMart Shopping Online – People of WalMart Panic!"


Feel free to use my idea of this blog post of WalMart Employees losing their jobs due to these store closures, and transitioning it into "WHY" they need to start their own Online Business and using Wealthy Affiliate to educate them on how to do so.

I hope this give you all some great ideas that help you grow your websites and articles!

All The Best,
Jeremy David Wilson
WilsonJeremy Premium
Have you seen the "TWO for ONE (2 for 1) 24-hour COMMENT CHALLENGE" that just started here in WA???

If not....and if you're interested in getting more comments on your website pages and posts, then you should check it out now because it's only running for 24 hours from the time stamp of the post.

Get the details here: All The Best,
Jeremy David Wilson
onmyownterms Premium
Thanks for sharing this, I somehow missed this before.