The Climb, by Miley Cyrus

It’s been often said that we should all enjoy the journey and not to dwell on the destination we have set for ourselves. We often also hear, “To quote the great Miley Cyrus…” just kidding.

If you are looking to stay positive in the pursuit of your personal dreams, or if these are a challenging time for you, then perhaps the lyrics to Miley Cyrus’ song, The Climb, are something that is inspiring to you and should be quoted.

“I can almost see it
That dream I’m dreaming but
There’s a voice inside my head saying
You’ll never reach it,
Every step I’m taking,
Every move I make feels
Lost with no direction
My faith is shaking but I
Gotta keep trying
Gotta keep my head held high”

I’ve always been a dream maker. My dreams are to help make other people’s dreams come true. It’s what I do. So, when I see something or someone that is also helping others achieve their dreams, then I’m all hands on deck.

That brings me to once again remind you about the  Work At Home school (WAH). WAH is the brainchild of Caitlin Pyle, a female serial entrepreneur who seems to have the golden touch in all that she does. Caitlin became a self-made multi-millionaire by the time she was 30. Caitlin is an innovative, fearless, and bold leader. However, unlike many great leaders out there, Caitlin isn’t just taking the money and running. Nope, she is helping others achieve the same level of success she has achieved by giving back what she has learned. Caitlin’s niche is proofreading. Caitlin is one smart cookie. She knew that proofreading might not be your jam.  Who knew? Caitlin knew! So, the mega-successful Caitlin Pyle gathered up her equally mega-successful online entrepreneurial friends and created the Work at Home school concept.

This curriculum package includes a bundle of highly sought-after skill-based training programs and resources to help you find your fit in the work-at-home world and acquire the skills you need to make it happen.

WAHS is all about skills, not gimmicks. They do NOT promote or endorse MLM opportunities, survey companies, sales, or anything else that scammy.


NOTE: Don’t let the word school scare you. It’s not that kind of school where you spend four years obtaining a degree that you never use, but you still have the pleasure to continue to pay for it for the rest of your life. Umm, that would be scammy, and we all should take a hard pass on that.

I’m not as smart as Caitlin Pyle… I went to a traditional brick and mortar institutional facility at the age of 50 to get a degree in Graphic Design. I was placed in a classroom with professors who have been there since the cut-and-paste days. Their teachings were as antiquated as their clothing choice of double knit shirts with butterfly collars. After the start of the second school year, I published my first, second, and third book from the children’s book series, The Hollywood Rats! Find My Books Here.

After the start of the second month into the second year of the Graphic Arts program, I was summoned to the Dean’s office. (That walk of anticipation was the same feeling I had years prior when I was sent to the principal’s office in high school for an incident involving a bottle of Taco Time hot sauce and my rival’s backpack.) There I sat, in a windowless room with all of my professors and the Dean. There wasn’t a smile in the room. LOt’s of really bad toupee’s and fake weaves…but no smiles. It was like I had just killed Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press. This squad of goons explained to me that they felt like the initial success I was having with my books was distracting to other students, thus making their job of teaching from textbooks impossible. What I was doing wasn’t something that was ever taught in a textbook by them. Why? Because they have never done what I was doing. #JealousAF

In the old school brick and mortar setting of higher education, there is the old adage of:

 “Those who can, Do. Those who can’t, Teach!

Basically, I was asked to leave the Graphic Design program because they wanted to continue teaching the other students how to become a graphic artist the way they had been teaching students since the days of Microsoft clip art.

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The problem is the world of Graphic Design (and the world in general) isn’t the same as it was before the Apple Macintosh. Mainly because of the internet and advances in technologies it’s better to do it than to read about doing it from a textbook. #RIPTextBooks

In the Work at Home School that Pyle founded, is an opportunity to study online from people who are NOT paid to teach you theory, but instead, they remove the velvet ropes and let you into their inner circle. That is more like, Those who are doing it, still Do…but, they are sharing how to do it with you online!

It won’t take 4 years. You won’t have to take out $100K in Federal Student loans to try and learn what you need to do from someone who has never done what you want to do. Best of all… there are no polyester shirts with butterfly collars. I promise. Enrolling in Work at Home is YOUR opportunity to have and live the life you want.

Still not sold? Hang on, wanna beta test it for free now until April 24th? You can by opting-in to the Work Your Way 2020 summit.

In Work Your Way 2020, you’ll receive…

  • FREE Access to an entire summit — 35+ interviews from people who are working their dream work-at-home job. You’ll hear how they got there, what steps they took, and what advice they have for you;
  • A resource from almost every single speaker that you can download for FREE;
  • Access to Caitlin Pyle’s eBook Work-At-Home Truth Bombs for FREE;
  • Access to Caitlin’s premium workshop, the Money Mindset Transformation Workshop, and Guide for FREE;
  • Access to the brains that are running multimillion-dollar businesses on several Facebook Lives — and you’ll even be able to ask questions!

You’ve got this. (Well, the FREE summit you only have until April 24, then it ends.) So don’t delay.

Have a great day. I hope you are doing well and you don’t have an achy breaky heart.

(See what I did there?)


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