Hi, my name is Vanessa Lea, and this is:


It’s January 2024, and in just a few weeks, I will be turning 61. I don’t feel my age, and I don’t think I look my age, yet the reality is that I am running out of time.

Since 2005, I have sought a way to achieve lifelong financial and lifestyle freedom.

I’ve done everything from multi-level and investment marketing to dropshipping and Etsy fulfillment, as well as many work-at-home opportunities.

The last 20 years have been spent searching for the next shiny new object promoting life-changing income.

Yet, I am still searching … or I was until a few months ago.

Before I tell you where my search has led me, let me give you a little background on why I couldn’t or wouldn’t stop looking for the pot of gold.

My “why” is twofold.

I have generally always lived on my terms. Early in my 20s, I was insecure and didn’t know what I wanted. I knew I didn’t particularly want to go to college, nor did I know what industry I wanted to work in.

I knew I wanted to get married and have children, but beyond that, I considered myself a work in progress.

I’ve always worked since I applied for a permit at 15. I tried various jobs, from restaurants to becoming a certified nurse’s aide and working in a nursing home.  Later, I even worked as a cocktail waitress and was almost carried out of the bar by a very intoxicated patron.

I worked in the medical field as a certified medical assistant and was employed by several various specialty doctors in town. I enjoyed working with patients, and it was a good supplemental job that complemented my husband’s (at the time) income quite nicely.

As I got older and my marriage failed, my income was not enough to sustain me financially, so I had to go back to school to advance my skills and make a better living…and over all these many years now, I have worked hard to live a mediocre life, one paycheck at a time.

I don’t necessarily have fulfillment in my chosen profession, but I can pay my bills, hence the constant search for financial and lifestyle freedom.

I don’t care about fancy cars, custom homes, or lavish vacations. I’m a simple gal with more dire things on my mind.

As far back as I can remember, animals have always had such a special place in my heart. Their pure innocence and vulnerability weigh heavily on me every day.

As a little girl, I felt hurt to the fiber of my being if I saw or heard an animal was being mistreated.

My mother would always tell people that I was a very sensitive child. I still am today.

I am psychologically incapable of comprehending the level of cruelty that some animals must endure at the hands of the very people who are supposed to be protecting them.

I greatly respect all the individuals in animal organizations who rescue animals daily. I could not emotionally do it without losing my sanity.

The next best approach for me personally is to provide a lifestyle for myself that will allow me to fund the many animal organizations of people who sacrifice their time (many are not paid) and their own money to care for and rescue all of the homeless, abused, and unwanted pets of this world.

The idea that I could do this for animals gives me purpose and a reason to continue on my path to success.

Something I have learned along my journey is meeting people like me who are struggling to make ends meet and are also craving financial freedom.

So many have fallen into the same traps I have stepped in with nothing to show.

Too many marketers on the internet are peddling programs, products, and systems that do not deliver what is promised but will gladly take your hard-earned money and leave you hanging.

I genuinely want to help others accomplish their goals as much as I want it for me. I always promised myself that when I finally acquired the means to gain financial freedom, I wanted to document my journey to show others it can be done.

I’ve learned some fundamental lessons over these past few months that have changed my trajectory toward what I believe will provide true success.

The first lesson I learned is that to be effective in business, it’s essential to establish relationships with people so they can get to know, like, and trust you. I believe this to be even more fundamentally true when meeting people online.

Another lesson that hit home for me was that your focus at any given time should be on the process, not on money. The money follows the process.

The potential for making money should not be the primary reason you do anything. If you build a solid foundation for your business, you will be rewarded for your efforts.

Affiliate Marketing is the current business model I have chosen to impact my life and the lives of many others struggling to achieve a fulfilling and abundant life.

Some of you may not even know what affiliate marketing is, but fortunately, you are on the perfect blog to discover how you can benefit from my journey.

I have found a true leader and mentor in the affiliate marketing industry, and for the first time in my life, I can tell you that I am 100% confident in this man and his abilities as a trainer and a human being.

He represents everything that is sincere and humble. It’s taken me 20 years to finally see the light, and I intend to follow this light because it will lead me to where I can live my true, authentic life.

My philosophy in life and business is to live in transparency, honesty, and integrity. I believe these attributes are essential for long-term success, yet many marketers are taught that exaggerating the truth (a.k.a. lying) is acceptable AND expected in this business model.

I have been doing this for a long time and have become pretty good at spotting unscrupulous marketers who regurgitate what they’ve learned from self-proclaimed gurus and have no shame in duping unsuspecting people trying to improve the quality of their lives.

I am not one of those people.

So, here is what I propose to you. And it won’t cost you a penny.

If you choose, I ask you to follow me on my journey to success.


I promise to be transparent, honest, and genuine. There is no facade and no hidden agenda.

It also won’t always be easy, but as the saying goes, if it were easy, everyone would be doing it.

Sometimes, I will fail. SO WHAT! All failure will do is push me one step closer to success. The key is NEVER GIVE UP…NEVER!

Follow me with my failures and successes; maybe they will lead you to your success.

Come back and visit often. Ask questions. Leave me some comments if you like.

There is no commitment on your part.

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Until we meet again…

Stay Curious, Stay Inspired. Stay True


Vanessa Lea