My First Blog Post


My name is Jesse L. Nash and this is my first ever blog post. I’m starting this blog to begin to document my journey to create an online income, so that I can move to Florida and go fishing everyday. I also want to be my own boss. I’ve been looking into a variety of options to do this for the past 2 years, but despite trying a few things nothing has worked.

I’m rather embarrassed to admit, but I’ve lost over $30,000 in the past 10 years, thanks to businesses and products that didn’t work, but now I want this blog and my decisions from here on out to be the turning point in my life. To be clear, I’ve made nothing yet as an affilite marketer and I am a complete beginner right now, but I hope to change that very soon with what I’m now doing.

I’ll end this post for now to keep it short, but if you’re interested in making money online or trying to do so, follow along and let’s see what happens.

Leave a comment below and share your experiences.

Let’s make it happen!


20 thoughts on “My First Blog Post”

  1. Hi Jesse,
    Thank you for sharing your 1st blog and let us know a little bit about you and your desires, keep pushing and never give up, looking back to your blog for your future posts and progress.
    All the best in your journey.

    Ezequiel Wells

  2. Jesse,

    Congrats on getting your first blog post up. That is nothing to take lightly. It takes a lot of hard work to get to this point. I commend you for having the courage to get backup and try again even though you’ve been burned with other products and so called mentors.

    Knowing your mentor Dean, I can say you are finally on the right track. Stay consistent and follow the path he has laid out and it won’t be if you succeed but when.


  3. Jon Wesley Bowman

    I’m just starting out as well should be an interesting journey for sure. Keeping it simple fishing and be your own boss, sign me up. I will defiantly be following you got the right ideal lol. Best of luck.

    1. Hi Jon Wesley Bowman: I see you are starting out as well. I am looking forward to hearing about your journey. I will also be following you as you progress on your Journey.

  4. Jesse, big congratulations on your first blog post .

    Your openness about the challenges and setbacks you’ve faced in the past decade, including the significant financial losses, is incredibly brave.

    It’s inspiring to see your determination to turn this new chapter into a success.

    Your goal of creating an online income to achieve your dream of moving to Florida and fishing every day is not a million miles away from my goal of building my dream house in Portugal, though without the fishing!

    Your journey from a complete beginner in affiliate marketing to where you aspire to be is a story I’m eager to follow.

    Best of luck, and let’s indeed make it happen!
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    1. Hi Tony Simms: Thank you for your encouragement in my achievement of my goal. I look forward to you building your dream house in Portugal. Please send me a picture when you get it. I will do the same for you when I get my house in Florida.

  5. Hi Jesse,
    Moving to Florida, fishing everyday and being your own boss sound awesome! I can relate to as I’ve also spent about 10 or more years trying stuff and also lost a boat load of money. It sucks, it we’re at a place where we can do it the right way and make much more than we lost! Wish you huge success and look forward to you next posts! Cheers.
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    1. Hi Denny Medeiros: Your comment about me moving to Florida and fishing everyday was very up lifting. Glad to know we have something in common. I am happy we are both at a place where we can do it the right way, and achieve much more than we lost. Best of success to you as you move forwards.

  6. Hey Jesse,
    Nothing to be embarrassed about, bro. I would actually say, only $30,000? LOL

    The online marketing arena is another type of Shark Tank, except with this one, you can spend huge amounts of money ($17/$37/$57 at a time) with all these visions of grandeur, and end up with absolutely NOTHING to show for it. As soon as you say “I’m done with all of that!”, another e-mail shows up with you wondering, “Hmmm… maybe this is the thing. Okay, I’ll just take a look…”

    Commit to the long haul, becoming consistent at posting and learning what you really stand for, and building up your audience. I look forward to you looking back on this post as the first mile-marker on your road to success!
    Michael Holt recently posted…Getting Started: Affiliate Marketing SecretsMy Profile

  7. Hi Jesse,
    sorry to hear about your losses over the las t couple of years.
    But there is a lesson. Pick one program and stick to it.
    I would advise you to remove yourself from unwanted mailing lists as this causes distraction.
    Stay focused and keep posting about your work.
    Remember that even the best program won’t work if you don’t.
    I will come here often to support you on your journey.
    You made the decision and a first step. This is the right direction.
    See you soon.
    Tom Bledzki recently posted…How to Boost your Confidence: Skills That Can Transform Your LifeMy Profile

    1. Hi Tom Bledzki: Thank you for your comment about my loss. I will take your advise about unwanted lailing lists. I plan to continue working on my progam, because that is the only way it will work. I thank you.

  8. Wohoo, you go Jesse! You’re awesome for creating your first ever blog post. Now make a committed decision to keep going and viewing each and every setback as a stepping stone and learning experience, because that’s what it is.

    It’s only if you give up and stop that you’ll fail.

    To your success!

    1. Hi Katrin: You made me feel real good with your comment. I will not stop in my pursuit of obtaining success. I agree that each setback is a forward movement and experience.

  9. Jesse, well done for starting your blog. Yes we have all spent money and time on businesses that didn’t work. You know that’s ok, it’s all about learning. Now you have a fresh start and a great goal of fishing in Florida! Sounds good to me. I look forward to following your journey. Thanks, Atif

    1. I appreciate your comment about my blog, and all the money we’ve spent. Yes I have a yearning for learning, so I have to watch myself in spending money. I will keep you informed about my goals and my Florida journey.

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