I probably have 50 years left on this earth, I have already lived 25 years and in that time I've learned a lot, I've failed at most things I've tried and become great at analysing why things are so messed up, like a lot of you night after night I jump online and search for an answer or reason, a method, a workaround, a quick fix solution to any problem I may have, we're all looking for that easy pill that will instantly fix this problem of ours. The lust for money is strong in us, we see it all around us, people who have millions, tens of millions or even billions in currency and we want that, it seems plausible and sometimes even easy to get that million, I've read think and grow rich, I've watched endless amounts of marketing material, I read forums, I read blogs, everywhere around me it seems people are making me and I feel like I've been locked outside and not invited to the party. Today is the date that my life will change, 2011 is going to be the year I will fully commit to making this work, I'm a 25 year old bum who either way I cut it lives off the back of mom and dad, this year I am going to make it happen, I've had my time, I've hit that point where it's just to painful not to make this happen. I have my battle plan laid out, already got a site up with 200+ product reviews, already getting targeted traffic but man the scale I am taking this site to and the commitment level to make sure I rank for every damn possible keyword in this niche is unbelievable, I'm a strong believer that if you just put in so much work that it's going to be impossible for you not to get some form of result, think about it, if you have 10,000 pages of unique content online do you not think you will get SOME form of result? I have never worked a traditional job in my life, since as far back as I can remember I have always wanted 2 things, 1) my own internet business and 2) to travel around the world, right now I'm the biggest loser I know, I've achieved less than most people I know but rather than that being my downfall it gives me the sheer kick in the guts I needed to push myself to the limit. The given "I can't make money online no matter what I do, it's impossible" is actually just the default response from my mind being LAZY..... Tell me you can't afford to buy hosting. Tell me you'll start tomorrow because you have to watch an entire series of dexter. Tell me your family is sick. Tell me your dog just died. Tell me you need more sleep. Tell me your not motivated. Tell me it's just not the right time. Tell me your twitter project failed. Tell me your mother and father think you'll never amount to anything. Tell me a job is the right option. Tell me there's no point because Google hates XYZ now. Tell me you're to young. Tell me you're to old. Tell me you can't spell. Tell me your grammar sucks. Tell me it's 5:07am and your typing a long message after a night of insomnia due to pepsi overdose. Tell me it's impossible. Tell me you don't have Microsoft word on this computer. Tell me your internet keeps cutting off. Tell me you can't do it because XYZ told you to give up that dream. Tell me I should be realistic. Tell me you're comfortable. Tell me you can't put together 1 article of 500 words length. Tell me ezine articles isn't working. Tell me you list of backlinks is outdated. Tell me you don't even know where to start. BUT DON'T tell me you can't make money online. No matter where you are in life RIGHT NOW if you are not where you want to be you need to put in more effort, 2011 may be your final shot, project yourself to being a 75 year old man/women sitting in your favourite chair, when you reflect back on your life and think about how much time you wasted during your life, time that you will never get back, time that you could of used to make a huge difference in this world, think about it and feel the pain of being a man/women who only then realises they could of done something but squandered the opportunity. Decide now that your not going to take this any more, decide now that your not going to make 2011 the same as the previous years, decide now that when it's counting down to 2012 you can honestly say you give it your all but don't look back and regret not trying! I'm going to commit to myself right now that I'm going to break my reality and rebuild it as I see fit, this is it for me, it has to happen now. If you want to make it this year do not click the X on your window, don't hit the back button, don't switch on the TV, don't load up MSN or Facebook, don't even take another sip of that drink on your desk before you take some action on the project you have decided you are going to work on for the entirety of 2011. I DARE you to commit, I DARE you to have the guts to prove everyone wrong that has ever said ?When are you going to get a real job??, I DARE you to do so much work RIGHT NOW that you fall asleep at your keyboard, I DARE you to post a reply to this thread on the 31st of December 2011 telling me you give it your all, telling me you got no results at all, telling me you worked for one entire year on a single project and you got no results at all, I DARE YOU. I DARE you to convince yourself this thread was a waste of reading time but most of all....... I DARE you not to even try, to be that 75 year old man/women who read this thread, clicked off the window and went to watch the new episode of your favourite TV show, to give all those doubters the fuel they need to take down your self esteem, to not even throw up one damn page with some type of offer on it, to not even attempt, to give up at the first sign of the project not working, to move on to another method because ?this one doesn't work any more?. I DARE you to make 2011 the year that old man/women remembers as the year things finally changed. The simple fact is, when you make that first dollar online it's going to the best thing that ever happened to you, I DARE YOU, YES YOU reading this message right now to imagine how utterly horrible you will feel being that old man that never achieved his dreams because he left this thread without making the tiniest of commitments. "It's Not Until We've Lost Everything That We're Free to Do Anything"