Long story short, I hit my first $2k this week for profits. I'm also 18, a university student and I still live with my parents. (I'll be buying them a new house at this rate as a 'thank you for giving birth to me' present.) I've just had what I consider the best conversation, ever. My mom walked into my room a couple of minutes ago, because I had showed her that I made my goal for this week. "Did you really make that much?" "Yep." "Is this legal?" "Yep." "I hope it is, because I'm not going to visit you if you go to jail." (And before you ask, I'm doing Clickbank product marketing. I'm not saying anymore than that.) Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks BHW for everything. While my goal now is $2,000/day instead of per week, I'm going to keep working at it. So that leads me to my final word... Don't give up! I literally made pennies the first couple of months I started to do IM-related work. And while I'm at it, I've noticed that people would rather spend money than make it. Earn without spending anything but your time, especially if you're new to IM like I was. I've failed so many times, but I've succeeded even more times than I've failed. How's that work? Every failure is a success because you know what not to do. I truly wish I could remember from whom I originally read that from, but nonetheless, it's the best advice I've ever read. That and "Don't think, just do." Asking how to make money online is great and all, but the information is next to useless if you're lucky enough to get it. You have ot find a way that works for you (or rip off the idea from a competitor and make it work a thousand times better). And on a completely unrelated note, I feel as if this is more suited for a blog. But I don't have one and I don't feel like getting one. Oh well.