The Wesrom blog, just like Wesrom Corporation itself, is dedicated to the personal and professional development of its stakeholders. In the blog’s case, its readers (including you). 🙂
But last week, whilst searching for “Change Agents” to join our movement of creating a better tomorrow I came across one of the best blogs I’ve ever seen and I just had to write about it! 😀
A blog that truly stood out from all of the rest in its niche! At least, as far as I know.
Why this blog is so special?
Well it basically talks about topics like “passive income” or “making money online”.
I know, right? Another scammer trying to sell the next “Get rich quick!” scheme… but no…
Keep in mind, I was not searching for anything related to money. Not even close. I was searching for change agents. People that use their lives as platforms to help others create a better tomorrow, for themselves and those around them.
I have honestly never seen someone do that, but, to my (and probably your) amazement, that’s not all!
If being brutally honest with how much Pat’s earning from his affairs isn’t enough, his monthly reports also contain *priceless* insight on his journey.
The goals he set for himself, the struggles he faced and achievements he had, the tools he used, the decisions he made and much, much more!
I was genuinely drawn in. I read his first report, then another one, then another. I kept reading and reading without even noticing that an hour just went by…
It was magnetic…
Though this post is different from the others because I do not talk directly about personal or professional development, I personally loved Pat’s articles a lot and felt a need to recommend him. My special way of giving Pat a pat on the back for a job well done! 😀
As a result, if you ever want to start an online business (or anything, for that matter), seeking out the masters and learning from them is always the first thing to do and, in this specific case, I think Pat’s your guy!
And now, to take advantage of this “extra” post and, following Pat’s awesome way of describing his monthly learnings, I will also follow up with:
Important Going-ons this October
We’re *extremely* close to launching Routinie! Our first BIG step towards helping millions of people live a better life! After two years of working days, nights and weekends, we are almost ready to show our “baby” to the world!
Many amazing people and organizations joined our movement and will support Routinie on its journey! We are extremely grateful for their help in making Routinie a reality and send each of them a BIG thanks from the entire team!
I’ve recently celebrated two years since meeting my angel, Adriana! Meeting her was one of the (if not *the*) best things that ever happened to me. The relationships we have have a great impact on the value of our lives. I suggest that we should all be very “picky” with the people we decide to spend our time with.
I’ve passed 30,000 words written for the Wesrom blog! Wow! Though these first months from my “writing career” have been harder than I expected, the feedback I received from several of you makes me keep myself on track! My goal for this year was to write at least 1 post per week. Next year, I’ll bump that up to 2! (wish me luck!) 😀
We’ve brought general improvements to the Wesrom website. We now feel that it is much more explicit in describing who we are, how we work, what we offer and why we do what we do. We hope you like it!
We’ve finished the new (and amazing!) first page for Routinie.com! It will be online in a few days and we hope that it will give a much better overview of the platform and will start to attract even more people!
Things I learned from Pat
It’s don’t always find someone worth being a mentor in a specific area, but when I do… I always write down what I’ve learned from him/her. 🙂
Of course, I will come back to Pat’s blog, regularly, from now on, but the hour or so of reading through his articles were more than enough to get a few very helpful reminders!
1. Hard work ALWAYS pays off!
This is more of a reminder, but reading about Pat’s relatively long journey gave me a boost of extra energy and motivation to try even harder and persist on my own journey towards (my own version of) success!
2. Be brutally honest
I personally have close to nothing against religion. I’ve read the bible twice and am continuously finding extremely powerful teachings that are simplified into incredibly small phrases. But what bothers me greatly is people using God as a pathetic excuse for killing others (see the Crusades), or stealing… uhh sorry.. making millions of dollars and spending it on limousines, businesses, etc..
(remember, everything I say is just my opinion. I’m sorry if I offend anyone)
I honestly think that Pat is “millionaire material” and I do not say that often. I strongly believe that the money you make should be directly proportionate to the amount of value you add to the lives of other people or a cause you believe in.
In Pat’s case, he passes! 🙂
I wish him many, many more opportunities to help other people and the wealth and abundance that goes with it!
3. Doing the work you love is a real blessing
How many people can say that they truly love what they do? From the statistics I’ve seen, not as many as they should be.
Pat (just like myself and, hopefully, you) is blessed to do work he loves. What does this mean? It basically means that he does not *need* things like “work-life balance”. His work is an integral part of his life! When he “goes to work” he probably feels like going on a vacation! 🙂
As one of my newly found favorite quotes, from Rob Hill Sr, goes:
My goal is to build a life I don’t need a vacation from!
Hmm… Looks like I managed to squeeze some value into this article after all. 🙂
It may just be becoming a habit… And I would love that!
I hope I managed to help you learn something new today and please don’t forget to check out Pat’s blog! 🙂
Creating a better tomorrow
Robert A “niche” is a specialized but profitable corner of the market.