Hi, I am completely new to this forum, but would like to become a regular contributor, and learn as much as I possibly can. My sincerest apologies if I have posted in the wrong section, and feel free to move it and give me a telling off In true Tim Ferriss style, I would like to see what I can learn and achieve, in a limited time frame. I will set aside 3 hours a day for the next 14 days, and see what recurring daily amount I can make. Will it be nothing, will it be 10 dollars, 100, 1000? I am about to find out. I will document my progress daily, even if just 100 words outlining what I have learnt. This will be a steep learning curve, and any guidance and mentoring would be greatly appreciated (if you don't ask, you don't get lol) When I was 5 years old I was bought a BBC micro-computer. I quickly figured out how to mess around on it, play some 5 1/2" floppy disc drive games, do a little homework, and occasionally sit down with my dad and type out some programming from a book, in the vain attempt to learn how programming worked. I was about to leave secondary school at the age of 18. I was offered a job by in schools IT dept to deploy a bunch of PC's. This lasted around 6 months, when I move to an internet hosting company. I learnt to build a few websites, and made a few quid for building and outsourcing work to an online agency. Finally I moved onto managing and maintaining the infrastructure of a local authority. To start with, this was interesting, but soon started to hate to monotony of the job, and the people I worked with lacked drive, ambition and the ability to laugh and enjoy life. I saved up some money and left the job, and decided to rely on myself to get by in life. Since then I've built a online store, which I am in the process of carrying out onsite optimisation for. When this is complete, the 2 weeks will be over, and hopefully I can apply what I have learned to my store, and use some of the contacts and services I have discovered along the way. So.....here we go If anyone's interested keep an eye on the thread, and please say hello.