Do You Really Need A Wing Chun Website?
[2016 Update]

Since you found your way here, I'm going to assume you've read a little About Me, my Fighting Dossier, or "Why you need a website."

And after reading those pages you're curious about starting a business, part-time or full-time, and you want more information about working from home, and/or owning an Internet business.

Great. You're in the right place...

Let me start out with the bad news.

This is a real business where you develop real skills, not a get rich quick scheme.

Success is an equal opportunity employer. You get what you put in, and you have to be adaptable.

I mention this because when you take this path, I don't want you to get discouraged if you don't hit the lottery on day one.

The Good News

I've always believed that running a business, even a small one is an important experience for everyone to have. 

Risking your money and time to build something and learning how to deliver a product or service that makes other people's lives better... in which people pay you... should be a basic experience everyone should have.

As important as learning to read, write, and do math.

Long story short. In 2015 to 2016 I worked in one of the fastest growing advertising and marketing agencies in Los Angeles and the country.

I would not have gotten that job if I didn't invest the time, energy, and money into WingChunLife,com.

This is important to note because you don't always know where life will take you.

And I cut my teeth in my own "Online Business."

During the interview I made this clear. I invested my own time and energy and even spent my own money.

Which is a big deal to any savvy business person. 

A lot of marketing and advertising "pros" make big bets, betting with their client's money.

But it's a whole different world when you put your own money on the line.

$100 all of sudden feels like a 1 million dollars.

Doing this stuff in the real world, on the front lines, makes you sharper and better FAST.

What's The Lesson?

You may not need an online business about Wing Chun. But you do need a business. Even a side hustle.

And starting an online business is the cheapest way to get started and still have a legitimate chance at making money.

A side hustle with upward potential is also a great safety net in case 'Plan A' doesn't work out.

Having a side hustle with upward potential (and while building legitimate skills that others want to hire) makes you less needy when and if you look for a job or private clients.

I do not make a full-time income with WingChunLife (and that's okay because I know why). But it still serves as an important financial foundation for me.

And it can be for you too.

Other's Have A Different Experience

I've run into many people (SBIers in particular) who make full-time income with their Internet businesses.

I've mentioned before the lady I who makes $250 to $500 a day with a website about roses. Roses!?

The point is, opportunity is out there for those of us who work for it smartly. And SBI helps you work smart and guides you to building a viable business.

I've run across SBIers who use their website to get media and publicity attention, which allows them to get hired to be keynote speakers and make a mint.

Others use their website to drive traffic, capture the traffic onto an email list, and then use email marketing messages to follow up turn their email subscribers into sales (this is something I've been slowly rolling out).

So there's a lot of ways to skin this cat and make money and own a successful online/internet business. Today they also have a module for Wordpress.

If a little elbow grease doesn't scare you, and you have ambition, and you deserve more from life, then this is something you need to look into.

Besides, I'm not the only one experiencing results. Many SBI entrepreneurs have great success, too!

One last thought... if you have any final questions that I haven’t answered, ask the helpful people at Solo Build It here.

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