…was the day my journey started. See, I originally trained as a quantity surveyor, but I hated it with a passion . The first opportunity I got, I ran away to the French Alps.
And though I didn’t know what I wanted to do with the rest of my life….I knew I wanted more freedom in my life than working 9 to 5, 5 days a week, 50 weeks a year.
In the French Alps I met another Paul and one drunken night we decided that it would be cool to start a band (he sang, I play the bass). 99 times out of 100 that conversation wouldn’t have been remembered the next day. But sure enough we started a band (with a third Paul believe it or not!). And 15 years later that band is still going – though both of the Pauls have gone home to Australia.
In 2007 I started work on a new project – teaching the bass guitar online.
I chose to teach online because I had no space at my house (those pesky kids!) and because my first student lived 300 miles away and wasn’t old enough to drive a car. That led to more students….in America, Canada, Argentina, Holland, Australia, Singapore, Germany and Denmark. Soon my new project was a thriving business.
From Teaching The Bass Guitar to Teaching Online Business
People would ask what I did – when I told them they said: How can you make money with an Internet business? It took a few months for me to realize that what they were really saying was: ‘How can I make money with an Internet business?’
And when I started answering people’s questions I realized that I could help people cut through the hype and bull shit that’s out there and start building their own Internet business.
The Journey Goes Ever On
So if you want to find out how to set yourself free, stick around and learn the tactics and strategies that you’ll need on your journey to create your own successful online business.
Everyone’s journeys are different, but I hope that you and I can move along similar paths for a while before our roads diverge and the journey goes ever on.
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