If you have read any of my other blog posts, you would know that I have been in the Internet Marketing business for nearly three years now.  

Three years, it seems like yesterday, that I decided to do something on the Internet. Times flies and my money flew also. I have spent a lot of money to get started, and I have seen a very small amount come back through sales.      

Quick Start ChallengeWith this blog post, I just want to recap about the last three years. I have had a few mentors, and all were very good, and experts in their fields. I am very grateful for their expertise, because without them I would not be where I am today.

At this very moment, I am still being coached on product creation. I am in the process of creating my very first product as we speak, and hope to launch it sometime this year.

Although, product creation is very time-consuming, well it is for me, I have found time to take on another challenge. Over the last three years, I have built a relative small list of about 600 subscribers and generated about $730 dollars. It is not what you can call a life changing amount of money, but it is at least an acknowledgment, that what I have learnt in the last three years works.

About the challenge, I was just talking about. With this challenge, I hope to boost my sales and build my list much faster. I am confident that I will succeed in what I started three years ago, and see a major change in my life.

Of course, it is not all about money, but with money, you can do the things that you like to do. In my case, I am retired and do not have a job to quit, but with this extra money I can see my daughter through college, give my wife the things she likes, go on holidays when and where I like, and of course do the things that make me happy.

Three very experienced Internet Markers host this challenge, called the Quick Start Challenge. Their names are Dean Holland, Craig Crawford and JF Garsula.

This challenge will take 4 to 5 weeks, and with their training, I will see results, maybe not the life changing results, but results. After that, I can leverage on what I have been taught in the Quick Start Challenge.

I will keep you posted on my progress.

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