I'm entirely lucky to be in the position I'm in. I'm not an expert in any one area by any means at all. Just lucky. This forum, and Internet Marketing in general has kicked my ass for so long, that I know for a FACT that this is honestly had a major hand in my growing up. I don't have anything useful under my WHOIS, I outsource all my production now, and I let my interns play under my dime anyways. I don't have a full sales site as of yet, because we're new, and we're spending all our time focusing on our projects. I'm not here to sell you anyways. We're not really in the market to push for new clients right now so I guess it just gets neglected. I match investors with marketers and web designers much in the way a broker does with an already packaged site, however our spin off is that we provide low-risk investment opportunities in the context of a guaranteed amount of earnings, which yes, puts the liability on me, but if one can handle the pressure then one can benefit from it by leveraging his time. See a hungry investor can go out and buy an already packaged website through FE International, but that's going to cost the investor at least 20x the monthly revenue. Alternatively, an investor could place an order with me and not only have a seat at the table from the ground floor, but can also get away with only paying 2x the monthly profit goal. So you can either buy a site through me, one who honestly white labels HQ services, for a fraction of the guaranteed profit where we absorb the liability through a carefully structured insurance policy, or you can go out and buy through FE International at 20x the revenue and you absorb the premium on their vetting. Which is phenomenal mind you, I mean to do no disservice to John or anyone over at FEI. We're in entirely different markets, in fact it'd be more precise to assume that I'd approach him and his network of buyers with the idea of working together, but I fear our quality is beneath his standards. I merely mean to make an illustration by using a service and company we're all familiar with. I still study and plan to use my newfound capital to go to conferences and what not. My interns and I still do some experimenting, and have really amateur sites lol but the lesson I want to broadcast with my journey is double edged. The two lessons I pray you learn 1. outsourcing is absolutely genius... there are so many special people out there with skills I could never master, ready to work, and who really love what they do. Always practice your due diligence, but outsource nonetheless. 2. spend less time setting limits for yourselves and think more about the possibilities. I've been doubted on so many occasions, and quite frankly it's with good reason. I'm nuts, I don't look like money, and I keep setting my sights higher and higher so quickly that it just seems fishy. I just see more value in thinking bigger and that's made things speed up for me before I can even buy groceries. My journey started out in high school with learning about Amazon Associates and blogging. Then honestly, I never really made money for like 10 years because I'd change projects so often. That's what happens to a lot of newbies, they look for a get rich quick kind of thing, realize something takes some work and consistency, then give up. You just have to stick with it, stay as organized as you can, and use any help you can get. Chances are you're going to suck at something... I'm under par at most everything except for planning and delegating. So, use your outsourcing, open your mind, and stick to it. Anyways, I'm thankful for you guys. I'll be releasing my 30 video course soon for free, no eBook or anything like that. Keep an eye on my sig ban for an update. and I'll see you guys around. Hope to help some, and make other some money.