Quick Start Challenge – QSC – Week 2 and 3

Quick Start Challenge – QSC – Week 2 and 3

In just about 90 minutes, week 4 of the Quick Start Challenge will we going on live for it’s participants.

Quick Start Challenge - QSC

Week 2 and 3 were a lot of fun and I’ve met some real nice people with a very broad variety of interests, getting together and moving forward towards their goals.

The QSC does different things for different people at different levels and it’s been fun watching and interacting with people in it’s designated FaceBook group. πŸ™‚

Interestingly, people from around the world in different time zones and of all ages young and older have really put forth the time, effort and personal challenges with tangible results they are proud of.

Today is the last day of the 4 week online course, and I’m positive so many will go on to do great things with their online business.

Working at home online is the way of the future and statistics show more of this taking place everyday.

Education is additionally moving to the online platform as “the information age” continues to establish it’s roots online firmly in the 21st century.

This course has been fun, and even if you think you know it all, I’m confident in saying you will learn something you didn’t know.

I was interested in participating and observing this course with intent to meet like minded people with possibilities of growing relationships for future business ventures.

That was met in week 1, and some have even commented on this blog.

To all of our future endeavors and may success be with you.

Now off for week 4’s webinar πŸ™‚

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8 thoughts on “Quick Start Challenge – QSC – Week 2 and 3

  1. Hey Steve,

    Yes it really is incredible how people have started to come together for the challenge and really put in the work. Even though Dean thought the numbers would start to dwindle, I think they are still holding fairly strong considering how many people we have. Love your blog and keep up the good work!

    1. Hi Drew,

      Yes, it was interesting to see people’s determination and the following through to completion.
      Even the latecomers did exceptionally good.
      Thanks for stopping by Drew and see you around the net πŸ™‚

  2. Hello Steve,

    Congratulations to you for making it this far. It’s an amazing accomplishment. For me, it’s been a great learning experience and a great motivator. It’s the first time I’ve had focus for quite a while.

    This challenge has introduced me to many wonderful people I hope to remain in contact with well into the future.

    I wish you the best of luck in the future. I’m glad to see so many people who will see this through to the end. It amazes me that so many people never make it this far.

    To your success. . .

    1. Hi Bob,
      Thanks for the congrats and stopping by!
      All your points are right on the button, and glad to know you after our QSC adventure.
      We’ll keep in touch, as our industry is a forever evolving and educating process.
      Always so much to do huh? Implementation and focus are great assets to have. πŸ™‚

  3. Hi Steve,

    Thanks for stopping by! Have had a bit of info overload as a newbie…so its good to be back.

    I really enjoyed the Quickstart Challenge and found it truly inspirational, especially meeting all the amazing people in the Community.

    Have signed up to iPro and so another learning curve has just begun. Enjoying the ride…

    Aneeta

    1. Hi Aneeta,

      Yes, info overload goes with this industry. πŸ™‚
      Easy to fall into, and harder to focus in all the noise. Your moving in a positive forward
      direction, and congratulations with your decision to join iPro!
      Thanks for stopping by as well πŸ™‚

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