Episode IV: Hope


I feel like it’s been ages!

But I’m back with you all. The day I’m writing this is March the 13th, which means it is my birthday.

Also, it means that in 79 days I’ll quit my job.

And I do have some exciting news for whoever is following my journey towards becoming a Mexican digital nomad!

In the last episode I told you about how the company I was going to promote got sued by the FTC and will probably be shutting down its operations, and how that meant I was starting everything from scratch.

Today, I’ve got some good news! Dawn always comes, and the events that took place during this period just proves it.

First of all, allow me to explain in a nutshell how I am planning on surviving without the income of my regular job:

I’ll do something that is called affiliate marketing, and this basically means that I’ll be promoting a product in order to receive commissions from whoever joins, and this was the way Digital Altitude worked; I’d tell the world about it, and then if someone joined, I was going to earn money form them joining the team.

Now, since it got sued, I had to look for another way to do the same, or maybe I would have had to completely rethink my strategy in case I didn’t find anything to promote. The good news is that I found something and it is even better than DA.

I’ll give you some context in order to explain exactly how this happened.

When you joined DA, the person who brought you in was called your sponsor. This person would receive commissions from what you paid. This also meant that you would be joining this person’s team.

My sponsor’s sponsor is called Justin Holland, and I got into both teams, my sponsor’s team and Justin’s team too.

Holland is an Australian mate and he was one of the top earners in DA. He had been doing it for quite a while and he is very good at it. He is also a great human being and helped his team a lot by offering trainings and teaching everything he knew in order to make sure everyone was able to earn money from this.

Since the company got sued, he got working to give us something to promote so that people still have income despite DA not being active.

He developed a system of trainings that teach everything from the very basics of marketing to the more advanced stuff.

And this is where the good news come in.

I’ve been taking his training and it has been the best thing that has happened to me since I committed myself to becoming a digital nomad.

I’ll be telling you more in future episodes. For now I’m still learning, but I wanted to give you all this very quick update.

And I want to leave you all with a lesson:

Even when it looks like everything is lost and that you failed, you need to persevere, because you never know how everything is going to turn out in the end. Out of this ‘failure‘ came one of the best opportunities I’ve had, and this is just how life is. Don’t give up, because if you never take the risk to fail you’ll never be able to win.


Thank you for reading!

I’ll see you on the road.

Sincerely, Real J. A. Leon.


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