I have been meaning to post this 3 weeks ago, but being ecommerce related, this coming Friday is a really important deadline. The goal is to make $100,000 by April 1st. I have been an ecommerce developer for the last 10 years working with smaller sites all the way up to Fortune 10 companies. The plan is to stick with ecommerce since it's really the only thing I know. In order to hit $100,000 in 5 months, I will do the following: Sell on eBay Sell on my own sites Use those sites as case studies/proof to get freelance work Finally, sell of those sites once they are established and profitable I haven't really ruled out doing other stuff, but it will likely be related to ecommerce in some way. There are a few caveats to how I am going about this, however. First, I have been selling on eBay for several years and still have a lot of items that I bought with the intention to resell. Most of it is from 2012 or older, and I don't have plans on going back through it all to figure out how much I spent on it. That's going to distort the revenue a little as 1 wholesale order cost me $13,000. Since part of that is left, and I am not factoring that in, I could do $8,000 on eBay right now with no expenses. It's going to make it impossible for anyone to follow along with me and get the exact same results since I have upfront expenses from years ago that I am not reporting. 2+ year old inventory isn't likely going to be hot sellers anymore, so it shouldn't drastically change anything. Also, I already own several domains. Similar to above, I didn't factor in the years of registration fees and hosting into this. I have had 2 ecommerce sites up and running, with 5 more created in the past 3 weeks (the reason why I never got around to posting this). One site is basically seasonal and my "supplier" is my brother. The second site is really niche focused and has generated on average $322.29 in sales per month over the last 15 months. TL;DR - Make $100,000 from November 1st through March 31st using eBay, ecommerce sites, freelancing, and site flipping, however, I am not starting entirely from scratch.