BigBuddy already made a thread similar to this one, but I just want to share something I remembered of. Lately I have been thinking a lot about an episode of SouthPark I saw some time ago. In it, Eric wanted to become a pirate. And he wanted it bad. BUT he didn't sit on his already fat ass all day, re watching Pirates of the Carribbean and thinking about how awesome Jack Sparrow must have it... Oh no. Eric got off his but and went to mother f*cking SOMALIA to BECOME a pirate! He got on a bus, then a plane, then a bus and then another bus and he got to Somalia, and he became a pirate! He gave exactly 0 shit about what anybody had to say about it. He did incredibly dangerous and stupid shit to achieve his dream, but he did it! He could have been robbed, killed, [email protected] He wanted to be a pirate so he Took Action! He went to Somalia! Can you even imagine that? OK, now look at yourself in the mirror.... Your "pirate" is a successful internet marketer who is earning a good amount. Your JackSparrow is anyone on BHW who is doing well. But all you do all day is re-watch pirates of the carribbean and you are not even close to stealing your mom's credit card to buy tickets to Somalia. IM is not for everybody. A few bad investments and you are out, quite possibly in debt. Most of you will give up when you see the bad part - the days without clicks, the days without traffic, the days without commissions. But Eric saw those Somalia streets (Bad IM days) and didn't give a fuck! He wen't and B-E-C-A-M-E a pirate! And I know people who think and mingle and delay and whine for weeks before even buying hosting! Your "Pirates of the Carribbean" is BHW. Don't just stare at it thinking how nice it would be for you to earn as much as the top guys - study it! But more importantly - Act! Take Action! Do it! Just Do it! Sorry if this doesn't make much sense to you. I find it that thinking about this episode and what Eric did helps me overcome any procrastination and get the Job done. I hope it can do the same for you and that is why I shared this story.