Welcome! Know we are excited you are here.
Where is the best place to start in this large community?
Knowing that most of our members who join are looking to move forward in their progress, we suggest that everyone start off by joining 1-3 of our groups that can be found HERE. Caution: We have a lot of great groups, however in order NOT to be overwhelmed, we suggest sticking with 1-3 groups versus joining many groups as we find it easier to meaningfully connect.
Why do we suggest start by joining 1-3 groups?
For it is with a rising tide that we can find all ships are lifted.
We have the best leaders around as well as some amazing members here at 48days.net who are eager to see you succeed.
What do you do when you join a group?
If you are looking to receive the best results, we suggest you start by diving in and introducing yourself, asking questions, and giving input to those who seek it.
What are some of the top recommended groups?
While all our groups are great, you can click on some of the links below that match your interest:
If you would additional new member information on how to get started, please click HERE.
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