Whats up BHW peeps, ok so here goes my rant/story. I started IM back in Dec of 2010. Immediately got into PPC marketing with little to no success so I just moved onto something new, facebook scripts. Took me a little while to get good at it but I found some success doing that for the next few months. Then it became harder to find working scripts and I would fight day to day looking for something to work on. I really hope I dont come off as a little bitch or something like that. Failure is a HUGE part of this game I know this first hand but it does take its toll. I think I understand how IM works, you keep trying new methods until you find something that works for you then you perfect it and scale it up. About a month ago I realized facebook scripts just wasn't working out for me at least. I would spend days looking for a script and when I would find one I would set it up to only find out it's already patched. I then started to research other blackhat methods and got really interested in a few like Youtube comment rating. My problem is that now I can't concentrate on setting anything up. I'll wake up tell myself "OK today I'll make a few LP, hmmmm ok I'll start in a hour" and then I'll go ahead and watch stupid videos on the internet or just surf Reddit and before I realize it, it's the evening and I got nothing done even though if I just spent a hour working I could get so much accomplished. It's like I lost complete motivation to really work at it. I used to be able to get things done fast but now it takes forever to do the simplest task. I still really enjoy IM though, I read forums everyday to stay up to date and I still talk to all my IM buddies on Skype but its become difficult to actually get work done. I'm just looking for advice from anyone on here. I want to succeed again at Internet Marketing. I want that edge/passion back. What can I do to get back to how I was a few months ago. Entrepreneurial books to read? I'll take anything I can get. tl;dr Lost motivation to set it up new methods, constantly getting distracted by stupid things on the internet instead of working. Yet I still love internet marketing.