I’m finally back with Part 3 of my Work From No Home case study.  The last time that we spoke, I told you that I contacted customer support in order to get some questions answered before I could proceed.  Well, here’s what’s been doing on.  While I was able to get an almost an immediate response from the support staff (less than a day), my questions had to be forwarded to Peng’s team.  Getting a response from them was taking a bit too long for my taste.

I’m usually a very patient person, but during this case study is not one of those times, so I decided to take a different approach.  I decided to contact John Chow.  Some of you may have heard of him.  He is Peng Joon’s business partner and like the godfather of blogging, so I thought who better to ask me questions to, right?  Well, I e-mailed him and got very quick responses from him (within a few minutes).  With that said, at the time of writing this, I still haven’t figured out what product I’m going to promote.  While it’s kind of embarrassing, There are reasons I’m telling you this.

First of all, the whole purpose of this Work From No Home case study is for you to see what it’s actually like to go through the course.  If I have some trouble spots, someone else out there might, too.  After all, no course is perfect (even legit ones).  Also, I know this overall model works because I implemented it by accident when I was a newbie still using free site some years ago, and I know what’s possible.  That time, I just got lucky.  Now, I’m doing it on purpose.  If I do my research right, I hoping it will pay off in the end.  It’s all about perserverance, people (the difference between success and failure)!

Plus, there’s the bigger picture.  Once you gain the knowlege and skills do to something, that’s something that you can carry with you for a lifetime.  Even when the search engines were to make some algorithm changes (as they often do), you will still have a solid way for generating fast, residual income that no one can ever take away from you, so for me, that makes the trials totally worth it.  It’s times like this when I like to blast “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child (my go to song when I’m struggling) and keep pushing.

Finally, I have a tip for you (not my cup of tea), based on something I saw trending on Yahoo on 6/27.  For those of you who are into reading and books, there is going to be a 50 Shades of Grey movie coming out in 2014.  This makes me laugh because I had no idea what it was about until someone told me.  Then I saw my 61-year-old mother and my 82-year-old grandmother reading it…!  Right now, people are talking about who should play the male lead and so on.  This will no doubt cause a spike in books, which are already on Amazon.

Feel free to get Work From No Home yourself and implement stuff right along with me…back on Monday.

Yours in online success..

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