Hello everyone, thanks for taking the time to follow me on my journey. I hope you find it insightful I decided to restart my thread as I felt I hadn't portrayed my journey in the best possible way before. The Plan So, as the title states, my long term goal is to achieve $500,000 per year. I know it's a big goal, but as Will Smith once said: "Being realistic is the most common path to mediocrity". I also follow the teachings of Grant Cardone who states that if you have a goal, times it by 10, and then multiply the effort to reach that goal by 10. My original 'realistic' goal was $50,000 per year. So, now my goal is half a mill! I will be doing this mostly with offline methods. I will be building my business to over business to business (B2B) services. I currently have two businesses which I have started. One is an online marketing consultancy company, and the other is a branding and video marketing agency. In addition to this I will be implementing Internet Marketing strategies which I have learnt from this very forum. So, long story short, this is going to be an incredibly complex journey thread. But, hopefully there will be something of interest for everyone who is reading. About Me I'm currently studying at university, which is definitely going to be an obstical along the way. However, I finish my exams in approximately 6-8 weeks. So I'll be able to really hammer into this over the summer. I'm 21 years old. From London What I've Got So Far As stated above, I already have two businesses started up. Neither have particularly impressive income as of yet. However, my target is to have them both making a steady income by summer time. I have a website set up for each business, and that is about it. So, I suppose the answer is...f' all. What I'll Include I like to go into depth, so I'll be including literally everything along the way. From the deals I made, to the books I'm reading to expand my knowledge. Got any questions? If you have any questions along the way, I'll be more than happy to respond. Please comment here though, as I very rarely check my PMs.