Hi there, Been on this forum for a while, and this is my 2nd journey. I'm relatively unknown in this forum. But I've a decent marketing experience. I've scaled a couple of websites to millions of organic hits and spearheaded paid acquisition to multi-million in ROI. To me things have been pretty good, and I rarely thought of generating side income and scaling it. I used to be a workoholic, pushing crazy hours per day. But, now that I've a few hours to spare everyday. I'd be focusing more on utilizing my skills to generate a f** ton of side income. This year, I'll be gearing at gaining $100k, and scaling it to more than $250k by the end of 2020 from consulting work. I do growth marketing, content marketing and paid acquisition consulting. I actually started this journey a couple of weeks ago, and this is what I've achieved so far: Week 1: - Total income: $2,300 Week 2: - Total income: $1,170 Week 3 - Total income: $1, 800 Total made: $5,270 If you wonder why I made less money on the week 2 and week 3? I burned myself by working way too much on week 1. Found out that I need to limit the amount of working hours I was pushing, my hands started hurting, I was frustrated and tired -> That's not a good way to make money. I figured, I'll go insane if I worked 2 highly demanding jobs at the same time and reduced the amount of work I did in the 2nd week. For the third week, I tried being very smart, became very picky and worked my way through a new methodology to be more productive. As you can see, to hit my goal of making $100k, I'll fall short of 5 months ($8k/month) and $2k/month for the coming few months. I've a few solutions that I think can take care of this problem, but it is about testing and applying. So, let's see! What this journey is really about? This journey isn't about that magical something that'll suddenly make me f***ing rich, it is about perseverance, hard work, saying no to rest, saying no to movies and building relationships that'll keep me going for years to come. I am not going to quit this, no matter how bad, how hard and how impossible it seems. My motivation is to keep making money for my family - which means everything to me. Too ambitious, right? Nah, look at that 18 yo kid who makes 100times your yearly salary in just a month from IG. That's my inspiration. I've planned a couple more things for myself for the year too, but let's see how well I can incorporate them here. Let's hustle!