Note: I mean not just the time it took for the actual money, but also the entire learning period and failure that went with it. This thread is more about what it really takes to get to that level where money just seems to pile up. Many successful people brag about making money with little to no effort but I honestly don't believe that. I bet most if not all the people who now make more than 4 figures a day took a long time to get there. I'm almost half a year into IM now for the 3rd time and I barely made anything. I read threads by people like @kinlee, @mancar487, @t0mmy, @meathead1234, @netmoney1 and many others who spent months or even years getting to where they are today, but not a single person was making 10k per month from the get go. On average, it takes people around half a year to start making money with IM. Some of the old threads by those who are now successful and well known on BHW are actually quite cringy and filled with rage fueled ranting, lol. Which kinda makes me think that I'm not worse off than they were back then. In fact, my personal situation right now is a lot more stable, because at least I co-own an average 2 story house that I can't get kicked out off if I fail to pay the bills (Eastern European laws) on time...or ever (hue hue). I did make $220 dollars on my first month of trying to make money online, but that is rare from what I gather. I have also heard people making several hundred/thousand dollars in a few days, but that is not consistent money. I'm more interested in YOUR story and how you got to where you are. I'll take notes of things so be careful what you say...or else! No, but seriously, at least please make an effort to write things that are true or don't bother replying.