This is my very first post, on my brand new blog, on my first week of the Partnership to Success program. What have I let myself in for and will I be able to retire soon?

So What have I managed to achieve this week?

  • I registered my domain name
  • Set up my web hosting account
  • Installed WordPress, tweaked a few settings and installed a magic Theme
  • Wrote this! – My First post

Initially, I was humming and harring about the investment. Like so many people, I don’t really have the cash to throw away on a “get rich quick” scheme but I am at a point in my life where retiring from the traditional workforce is too close for comfort – about 15 months.

I have dabbled in trying to make money on the internet for ages. Never buying into any schemes, choosing FREE products, FREE how-to’s & looking for a FREE Ride because I had a website. I honestly thought that all I had to do was have a website and the business would build itself – Boy was I wrong. I literally stumbled across a webpage & something in me said “What the heck Les”, so I signed up and so my journey begins!

Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not afraid of hard work. The problem was that I didn’t know what the heck I was doing (and that’s not easy for me to admit). Truth is, I still don’t but I’m going to learn one step at a time.

Speaking of one step at a time. The course so far has been extremely well put together. Each step is compact and concise. So much so that I completed all the first week’s training in 1 hour. I then had to request that I be fast-tracked through the course so tomorrow I can continue at my own pace.

I will be giving regular updates as I progress through the course and hope you will be inspired to take the journey with me into the internet marketing world.

You are welcome to post a comment or ask a question


Les
Les

    2 replies to "The journey of a lifetime"

    • Stuart Smyth

      Hi Les,

      Looking good, well done, making the first move!

      My advice to you and advice that I have been given is to stick at it. However, I have found this to be difficult at times, family commitments and illness have put me right back to the beginning at times. I also have had technical difficulties in getting things to work but John and his team have been great. 15 months till you retire – 10 years since I retired!

      Maybe you could comment on my blog, please.

      Best wishes

      Stuart
      (North Yorkshire UK)

    • Elizabeth Morales

      Great job Les, your off to a fabulous start. Good luck on you journey, always remember your why and that will help you finish your life goals. You will accomplish great things!

      Best of luck,

      Elizabeth Morales

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