Another newbie seeking guidance

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by kosuo9909, Oct 29, 2016.

  1. kosuo9909

    kosuo9909 Newbie

    Feb 24, 2016
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    Hello guys. Firstly I would like to apologize for my English.

    Like everyone else here, I am looking for a way to monetize my spare time. I'm still an university student.

    So far I have had success with re-selling League of Legends accounts and doing some other shady stuff online. The thing is that I got lucky both of the times.

    The LoL accounts that got me the most profit were hacked, inactive accounts on which the owner had spent quite a lot of time and money.
    The other thing that got me a decent sum of money was just as easy and illegal.

    I am sick and tired of this, and I would appreciate your opinion on what I should do.

    I know that there have been plenty of topics like this one, and again, I am very sorry.

    Of course, I have been lurking around for some time, read about site flipping, IG, FB and other stuff, finding my own niche, but honestly reading all that made as much sense to me as doing math. I almost picked up nothing from all the threads I've read.

    I guess you could say I am a complete newbie, despite the little success I have had in the past. I have zero talents, almost no interests, besides the love for money.

    Thanks in advance.

    P.S I have around $200-300 to invest at this point.
  2. Fragmaster

    Fragmaster Senior Member

    Apr 3, 2016
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    You are bronze 5 of IM , simple as that. Start learning, start practicing, there are no shortcuts. Wisdom and knowledge come first in IM , not 200-300 dollars, they wont help u much in elo hell u reside now.
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  3. Daxir

    Daxir Newbie

    Oct 23, 2016
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    Lay out a plan for yourself. IM takes a lot of hard work and especially dedication. There are a lot of really good methods in this forum. Read those threads and see if any of those methods are something you'd be interested in applying.

    Don't just read the methods, read entire threads, read people's questions and the answers given to them. Read journey threads about the methods you've checked to have an idea of how people approach things and how long it takes them to see results, how much work they have committed to the method.

    After you've found something you would like to try, write down your steps and the amount of time you would like to accomplish each step. That will help you to clarify your goals and the time required to implement them. Start a journey thread if it will help you commit, share your experiences and learn from others.

    If you stumble upon a problem, there's a good chance someone else had the same problem before. Go back to the threads and search for solutions.

    Don't expect to see results as soon as you implemented a method, in fact, don't expect to see results at all. Don't live with the expectancy of seeing results every day you wake up. Show commitment to what you're doing and the results will come. If they don't, there are other things to try. Don't be too quick to judge if something is working or not, but know when you should change things up.

    The most important of it all is, don't give up. Everything won't always go your way. There are people here who spent thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours before they found something which worked for them.

    Good luck!
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