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My journey to finding the Warrior Forum, and the current state of affairs.
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    marcuslim's Avatar

    Stick to the Plan

    Well said, just need to follow The Plan!
    Posted 31st July 2021 at 04:18 AM by marcuslim marcuslim is offline
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    bobandnanci's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    It is so refreshing to see a post like yours. This seems to be a field where people would prefer to present themselves as overnight successes.

    I, too, have found myself absolutely frozen from taking any action because I just didn't know what to do. I ended up doing it anyway because there really was no option. When you are at the bottom there is nowhere to go but up.

    Take care of yourself and do what you know in your heart is right and I know that you will make it to the top. Honesty wins every single time.
    Posted 30th July 2014 at 10:50 AM by bobandnanci bobandnanci is offline
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    Purge and Build

    I did same unsubscribing to the lists I was on. Now its time to pay attention the the best top 3 programs I have and remove or store the rest of them out of sight so I am not tempted to jump around. Now if I can lock my wallet that would be great temptations always get to me especially daily WSO'S. Start a new daily work ethic and make some money instead of spending it
    Posted 6th January 2011 at 08:56 PM by jerryo68 jerryo68 is offline
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    Purge and Build

    Me too. I unsubscribed from ALL the lists I was on. I shut off notices from Twitter and Facebook and Squidoo and... I've told people to call me instead (which means I don't get the "you gotta see this" junk forwarded for the 12th time). Next step: outsourcing email. If Tim Ferriss does it, why not?
    Posted 5th October 2010 at 12:39 PM by lincolngsd lincolngsd is offline
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    BayAreaSteve's Avatar

    It's all AJ Silvers Fault

    Pretty cool ... after reading your post , I joined AJ's live webinar , $50K guarantee WSO. It should be a great learning and earning experience. :-)
    Posted 10th September 2010 at 01:11 PM by BayAreaSteve BayAreaSteve is offline
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    lottoguru's Avatar

    I Made Over 2k in Just 24 Hours!

    Great blog post, definately made me wonder what my time is actually worth. Im such a day dreamer, I must be in negative equity right now.
    Posted 8th July 2010 at 12:26 PM by lottoguru lottoguru is offline
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    donmccobb's Avatar

    Purge and Build

    I totally sympathize. I think we all get several hundreds of emails a day so if we don't clean out the in box every day, we end up with thousands. Not that you need it, but I have written a couple of articles on how to avoid distraction, which is often the cause of emails piling up. If you're interested, you'll find it at Making Money Online Business. Good luck.

    Don McCobb
    Posted 2nd March 2010 at 03:28 PM by donmccobb donmccobb is offline
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    wrcato2's Avatar

    Dirty Little Warrior Forum Secret

    Warrior forum might have every one cookied by there IP address... hmmm? clear your cookies and see if you can still see your name at the bottom.

    2Xtreme Blogger
    Posted 2nd January 2010 at 09:00 AM by wrcato2 wrcato2 is offline
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    It's all AJ Silvers Fault

    Good for you. Sometimes we need help even when we don't know it. Glad to see you got some even though you werent looking for it. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Posted 26th November 2009 at 07:52 PM by JMPruitt JMPruitt is offline
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    TheWealthSquad's Avatar

    I Made Over 2k in Just 24 Hours!

    I think this may be the entertaining time related blog post I have ever read.

    I am just wondering how old I am now that you have completely redefined the clock system. Hmm I think I am less than 2 which means I really shouldn't be up this late nor typing on a computer

    You could use a nice Chinese Rolexx to track your time.
    Posted 21st November 2009 at 12:26 AM by TheWealthSquad TheWealthSquad is offline
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    Sheryl Polomka's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    You're right - there is no shame, these things happen and we have to go on. I wish you all the best and I hope that this is a new beginning for you that will turn into something good and prosperous and you'll look back one day and think it was the best move you ever made.
    Posted 3rd September 2009 at 06:05 PM by Sheryl Polomka Sheryl Polomka is offline
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    Kelly Verge's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    Two years ago I was in almost the same place as you.

    The pain fades.

    You get used to the changes.

    It's still hard, but it's also good.

    One of the first things I did was write down a list of life goals. I avoided the obvious and reached a little farther. In a lot of ways that helped. It's really easy to ignore direction and a long-term plan when you're just trying to put food on the table. With goals, you can move in a direction that does both.

    Lean on your friends. They want to help. Let them.
    Posted 21st August 2009 at 12:38 PM by Kelly Verge Kelly Verge is offline
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    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    You're one tough cookie. Having to start from scratch can be a good thing, especially when it kicks our desire to thrive into overdrive. A new life with all the possibilities in the world awaits you.
    Posted 14th August 2009 at 11:01 PM by wordscientist wordscientist is offline
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    Greg guitar's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    It took a lot of courage to post an honest self-audit at such a painful and vulnerable time in your life. T

    he fact that you went public and recognized that there is no shame, in spite of the enormous social pressure to feel bad about feeling bad makes me think you have really healthy self-esteem. That's the most important asset for healing and turning things around.

    I think you're going to thrive if you keep reaching out like you're doing and realize being down is just a temporary state, and not who you are. Just keep hanging with your fellow warriors, and do whatever nurtures your spirit.
    Posted 14th August 2009 at 03:45 PM by Greg guitar Greg guitar is offline
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    Jon Mac's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    I hear ya, doesn't life just suck sometimes? I'm not homeless, but I'm 32 and recently had to move in with my dad.....not the best situation to be in for impressing the ladies, let me tell you!

    When I get down I like to watch an inspiring fact, I just watched "Rudy" last night and it got me to do more work today than I have in the past week (Men of Honor and Pursuit of Happiness are a couple other good ones)

    Think about this.........the best success stories start off with the crappiest situations. So DO NOT give up, and you will have an awesome success story to tell! Hang in there!

    Posted 28th July 2009 at 08:20 PM by Jon Mac Jon Mac is offline
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    kf's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    Girlfriend (I don't know you - but your post struck a cord)

    ... breathe. Then breathe again. Take time - that is what heals most. Be gentle with yourself.

    Take time to grieve. Remember the Elisabeth Kubler Ross 5 stages of grief:

    --- Her ideas, notably the five stages of grief model (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance), are also transferable to personal change and emotional upset resulting from factors other than death and dying. ) ---

    Most people bounce from one and then slide back to the other.

    Mostly be gentle with yourself. Thomas Moore (Care of the Soul) would not call this an ending, rather a time of re-birth. But in between there's a time of stillness.

    Good on you for your courage and authenticity.

    And remember - when God (or whatever you believe) closes a door, he/she opens a window. But as you know, it's a real b---- being in the hall!
    Posted 28th July 2009 at 06:38 PM by kf kf is offline
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    Scott Ames's Avatar

    Life, Love, and Internet Marketing

    Go for it. Most super successful people have had to reset now and then.
    Posted 28th July 2009 at 01:40 PM by Scott Ames Scott Ames is offline
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    Bryan's Avatar

    A Long Night With Adwords and Hacking

    Hi Jill,

    I'm terribly sorry to hear about this act of fraud. Did you know that you can report this to your Credit card company, and they will investigate, and most likely reimburse you?

    I would encourage you to contact them. Somehow my credit card number was fraudulently used a
    couple times in a row a couple years ago on a Poker site. The CC company had actually flagged it as possible fraud before I was aware of it, stopped other fraud attempts and notified me. They told me that they would investigate and if they determined it was fraud they would reimburse me in 3-5 weeks. I was reimbursed within a week I believe.

    I know it is quite disheartening but I believe it will all work out for you. Just make sure you give your CC company/bank a call ASAP.

    Let me know how it works out for you, for I'd like to know.

    Take care,

    Posted 2nd November 2008 at 05:21 PM by Bryan Bryan is offline
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    redbrad0's Avatar

    A Long Night With Adwords and Hacking

    Sorry to hear about your lucky, but it at least appears like google is taking care of it.

    For important information that deals with money, never use the same password you do anywhere else. Maybe people use 3rd part applications like RoboForm: Password Manager, Form Filler, Password Management to store their passwords (make sure its a trusted software vendor) so each account you have uses a different password. This way if someone does happen to get into one application, they do not have access to everything you own.

    You might also want to check out different spyware applications to make sure you do not have a application running on your system that is watching everything you do.
    Posted 11th August 2008 at 05:32 PM by redbrad0 redbrad0 is offline
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    Scott Ames's Avatar

    A Long Night With Adwords and Hacking

    Sad really. This is about the third time in a week I've heard of Adwords account's being hacked.

    It is a good reminder to change your password and make it impossible to guess. Something like T3D31D0I1 is a lot harder to hack than "cookie" or "password1"
    Posted 11th August 2008 at 09:51 AM by Scott Ames Scott Ames is offline

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