Welcome!

My name is Wilton, and I currently live in sunny Tampa, Florida.

I have lived here for nearly 5 years, and I’m married to a lovely woman named Elena.

 

 

My life seems to be quite pleasant; I live in a beautiful home (my first) surrounded by nice neighbors, I’ve managed to make a few good friends that I enjoy visiting on occasion, and I have a good job that gave me a recent promotion.

My prospects look promising, and I’m seriously considering starting a family sometime in the near future.

However, there’s only one thing missing from this picture:  me.

 

 

From the moment I arrived in Tampa, I found myself traveling to other cities to perform the 60 to 70 hours of work per week required by my job.

So, I never really got to see much of the city and enjoy what it has to offer.

I was a “weekend husband” for the first 6 months of my marriage.

…and this!

Too much of this…

I worked in another state during the week, from Sunday evening to Friday evening, and was home only for a shortened weekend.

 

Me – Just a visitor to my home

I still enjoy the home—when I’m around—and my neighbors are still quite friendly, but I can’t “hang out” or “help out” like I want because of my travel schedule.

All of my local friends are really my wife friends, where I’m their friend by proxy.

Though my recent promotion will mean less time on the road, the work hours seem to have dramatically increased.

So, even though I’m “home”, I’m never really present until I collapse exhausted into bed (a situation not conducive to starting a family).

So, I’m still “missing” when it comes to being there for those I care for and those that care for me.  Does any of this sound familiar?

 

 

I knew that the solution to this problem was to regain control of my time.

An all-too-familiar sight

In turn, I would regain control of my life.

So, I thought that better time management would be the answer I was searching for.

I quickly discovered that time management within the context of my job is great—for my job.

It just means I set the bar higher and I’m rewarded with more challenging—and time consuming—work.

The only way to regain control of my time was to be in charge of my time.

So, I sought to discover ways to reduce my dependence on my job.

However, I still needed (and need) the income that I get from it.

The only way to be in charge of my time and maintain or increase my income is to establish a business that works for me, instead of me working for it.

 

My discovery was Internet Marketing, which holds the promise of working from home, putting me in charge of my time, and generating income that could easily exceed my current salary.

Along with this discovery came the realization that becoming an Internet Entrepreneur was a journey in itself.

“Mastering” any domain in Internet Marketing can be as fleeting as mastering any one technology subject; technology moves and changes quickly and so do the mechanics of Internet Marketing.

Fortunately, the dynamics of interacting with people, understanding them, and seeking to solve their problems remains timeless.

 

I would like to take you on this journey with me as I attempt to transition from my current working state of affairs to one that holds the promise of freedom—freedom of time and freedom of choice.

 



Author: Wilton White

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