Hey guys, When I was 17 or so, I was diagnosed with a pretty shitty chronic spinal issue that closed a lot of doors for me work wise and prevented me from pursuing traditional work, and to an extent, schooling. Thankfully my problem didn't get nearly as bad as others with spinal stenosis, plus things worked out jusssst perfectly and I fell into internet marketing, which then worked out really well for me. But, for a lot of people, especially older folks, this isn't the case and they quickly end up broke because they are unable to perform at their physical labor job or come in consistently to work. The cool thing about internet marketing and internet based businesses is that they mitigate traditional problems that prevent the physically disabled, especially those whose problems flare up a lot, from working normal jobs. So...what if we come up with an exhaustive course that teaches these people how to earn an income online in a way that works around their disabilities? For example, a self employed plumber in his mid 40s might have had to quit his job due to it causing his physical disability to worsen. He has to take expensive painkillers in order to manage his condition, which makes it difficult for him to focus. This in turn would make retraining for a different job very difficult. The course would show him how to say...create a money site about plumbing (something he's knowledgable about!!!) and start earning income again. That's just an example off the top of my head and I'm sure there are better ideas we can come up with, but I'm sure you guys get the idea. What do you guys think? We could also sell the course to people that aren't disabled and then use those funds to fund the charity and hire staff that could walk the older people through using IM like a consultant would but for free. That would be further down the road though. I can get my lawyer started on setting up a 501 3c ASAP if there is enough interest and that way contributors would have more incentive and we could make sure everything is done correctly too. Plus it makes it easier to get support from sponsors.