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I'm a proud father of 7 and a husband of 1 since December 28th, 2000. I love to blog and have been in network and affiliate marketing since January 2004. I love fishing, and walks in the park with the kids and look forward to getting the opportunity to take them all camping one day.

I have been a blog based affiliate marketer since January 2004 and helped build a search engine and social media hybrid along the way that had more than 3 million monthly visits on 600,000 unique users. All of this built on content and social media partnerships including my then daily blog MyViralBlog which is a strange feeling because it is now someone else blog.

In 2012 I had a collapse in both mental and physical health-related to years of pulling 100 hour work weeks between a JOB and my home business. I lost just about everything except my strong and loving wife and 7 wonderful children.

I now have social anxiety and bipolar depression and don't go outside as much as I would love to do, instead preferring solace to crowds. My blogs have lacked consistency and thus a lot of revenue lost but I am getting better. Last September a day before my 43rd birthday I went to my first Arizona Diamondbacks game the same day we clinched the Wild Card and Home Advantage for that game. It was liberating and my blogs are liberating and therapeutic as I find my way back into the world.

Andy Zeus Anderson
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Money I would be happy earning
$5,000
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Money I would be ecstatic earning
$20,000
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Time I'm willing to invest to achieve my goals
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How much money per month would you be happy earning?
$5,000

How much money per month would allow you to live the ideal lifestyle?
$20,000

How many hours per week are you willing to invest to achieve these goals?
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You can do it ! And I wish the best of luck to you !
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Carson Premium Plus
Great goals Andrew,

The first step to achieving success online is to set some goals and now that you have done this you can start working towards them. Your goals are absolutely achievable and realistic. Dedicate yourself to working through the training, taking action, and getting help when you need it.

I am personally here to help you and there are many others within the community that will reach out to help too.

You are already doing great, keep it up!

Carson
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boomergp08 Premium
Awesome goals! When you put in the time and effort into growing your business, like all businesses, you WILL eventually be reaching those goals. With the training, resources and overwhelming help and support here at Wealthy Affiliate, it will make it easier than you would originally think to complete tasks and to move forward.

Just stick to the step-by-step training, don't jump ahead, ask question when you have them, continue moving forward, and have fun. - Many blessings to you on your new online business.
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AlanCross Premium
Sounds like you are already ahead of the game you can fine tune your skills here with all the wonderful lessons and tools best of luck to you!
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YumaBloggers, I know that you will reach your income goals because in addition to your great work ethic you now have the missing ingredient to your success "Wealthy Affiliate" tools, training and support. I will see you at the top! Stacy
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i think you can make it ease
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SGame Premium
Hey, just wanted to stop by and thank you for the follow!

So, I had to read and re-read your bio, and all I can say is just... wow...

We certainly have some distinguished members here at WA, putting lots of effort, with lots of success and significant milestones in their life, and it would be an insult not to count you amongst them. I'm sure you have a wealth of knowledge from all of your time blogging and marketing!

But the 100 hour work week for years... that's very rough, and I'm sorry for all that has happened because of it. But it's as you said, you lost everything but your wife and your kids, so that's something! I'm sure they're both your rock, and your motivation to pull through in the toughest of times!

I honestly don't know what to say about how that has affected your health, but if your blogs are liberating, then keep on blogging away! And that game had to have been a very nice early birthday gift!

I wish you all the best on your journey here at WA, and hope you can find your way back in the world, better and brighter than ever! And take that family camping, too!
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KerryBinAZ Premium
Hello YumaBloggers...you following me led to your profile and bio. You are the first person I have met at WA also from the 48th state! You certainly have serious experience in this industry.

I appreciate the information you included in your profile.Especially the part about attending the Diamondbacks game and it's positive effects on you. I hope your comeback to good health continues.

I am a newbie and working on completing my OEC presently. I'm excited about what comes next!

Kerry
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YayasHome Premium
Hi Andy,
Sounds like you took the hit for many of us who find ourselves scrambling to learn all we can an' putting in far more time than is healthy, in our efforts to understand this online world I'm truly sorry you have suffered because of it. I surely hope your healing continues at a rapid pace an' you are able to build a bigger an' better lifestyle on WA, where the pressure does not seem to be as... pressing, shall we say? :D

The good news is that you were able to keep what was most important... your loved ones. Now, all of you working together can rebuild. Kudos!

Warmly,
~ Yaya
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RolandF1 Premium
Thanks for the follow Andy, and I have returned the follow.

You say in your bio that you are now bipolar and I know somewhat of what you are going through because I once had a salesman who was bipolar. In fact I just recently wrote a blog regarding bipolar on my health and fitness website at fabuloushealthnews.com.

I love the winning attitude that you possess because it is what will see you through any of life's challenges.

Roland
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TonyJS Premium
Thank you for the follow Andy. I too prefer solace but due to the very nature of my current job I have to deal with people day in, day out.
Well done for getting out to see the game and keep taking things one step and one day at a time.
All the best
Tony
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