As long as I can remember, we have always Loved Sport
To live life to the full and not be slaves to the workplace, Be bold be brave cast of those corporate shackles. Dare to be different, spend time with the ones you love and make money from something you enjoy doing. Oh of course sharing affiliate links through the blog, after all thats how we make our money
In my corporate life I started and internal blog to be able to communicate to my staff around Europe. After a while I realised that there was potential to earn money from website and affiliates. So I built a website using WordPress around the industry I was at the time, Casinos. After working on the site (early mornings and late nights) after a few years it started creating an income. Now I work from home making more money than I ever did in the corporate world. That was before SKY bet closed their affiliate program, from thousands a month to zero. Now I have honed those skills and now work as a SEO Freelancer.
Meet the Team
Karl, & Dave, both of us have been active in sports for all the 50 + years we have been here so far. We do not intend in slowing down anytime soon either. Dave was one of my karate students, over the years we have jogged, cycled and trained in Wado Ryu outside my official classes. Dave has lived with me for a period of time and in reverse of times I have lived at Dave’s, so we do go back quite a way
I will be writing a post on exactly how I created my first blog, website and how I make money even whilst I am asleep. Stay tuned for the big reveal.
I first started my journey practicing martial arts when I was just 16 years old. I spent about 20 years doing that before leaving. I will tell you later why I decided to quit.
In that time I also became a qualified sports psychologist, probably one of the first online course. Originally it was a postal course then it went online, just as well because my hand written papers got negative reviews for my handwriting. So when it went online it was a bonus for me and eventually gained a merit.
Course taken with ICS Learn
The martial art I discovered was Wado Ryu, not by choice really it was advertised just up the road from where I lived. I am still registered as a 2nd Dan in Wado Ryu with NAKMAS. So I went along with a school friend and I was hooked, it wasn’t easy but I had visions of Bruce Lee in his films. I think back in the eighties secretly every teenager wanted to be able to fight like the little dragon.
The instructors name was Roger and he learned Wado Ryu in the seventies which was brutal. Yes Roger did impart the harshness to his students especially once you reached the age of eighteen. I did have training nights when I though about not attending because my body was hurting so much from the previous session. Of course I always turned up and then there were bets on who wouldn’t turn up.