WundRKid's March to Millions

wundRkid

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May 18, 2014
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Good evening everyone, my name is WundRKid. I'm making this thread with more than one purpose, and I want to make one thing clear from the very start. This is not your average "My Story" thread, and there is no completion. You will see me start from making $0 a day to $1,000,000 a day, which I expect to take me 3 years. This will all be done using a cutthroat attitude, common sense, and a desire to succeed at an early age.

I'm 19 years old at the time I'm starting this project. I have a few goals.

* Qualify for the "Black Card". (Mind you I have no credit right now, as I'm only 19).
* Earn $10k a day AUTOMATED, with a well paid staff of 8 - 10 people full time to manage things.

The entire point of this journey is for me to be able to automate multiple businesses. Anything that I can get going, like a good game of Age of Mythology. The more things I have rolling, the more money I'm making.

I will start with Tumblr blogs. I plan to run 10, and they will all operate off of the top general keywords. I won't be using trends that could make the blog die in 3-4 years, (i.e. a blog about a TV show that is currently popular, but won't be popular later probably).

I have a day job already doing SEO with a company. It will be what I use to fuel back in to my project, but until payday I'm sitting on $0. This is good because it means I can have a fresh start today.
 
Like you I've also got the "Black Card" in my sights. If you want some motivation, I am the same age as you and I sure as hell know that this race has just begun.
 
Like you I've also got the "Black Card" in my sights. If you want some motivation, I am the same age as you and I sure as hell know that this race has just begun.

PM me your Skype if you don't mind. I'm about to make one for this journey, I would love to stay in touch.
 
$1,000,000 a day by age 22? That's possible but completely unrealistic. Attainable goals are ones you should be setting.

Anyways, best of luck.
 
Good evening everyone, my name is WundRKid. I'm making this thread with more than one purpose, and I want to make one thing clear from the very start. This is not your average "My Story" thread, and there is no completion. You will see me start from making $0 a day to $1,000,000 a day, which I expect to take me 3 years. This will all be done using a cutthroat attitude, common sense, and a desire to succeed at an early age.

I'm 19 years old at the time I'm starting this project. I have a few goals.

* Qualify for the "Black Card". (Mind you I have no credit right now, as I'm only 19).
* Earn $10k a day AUTOMATED, with a well paid staff of 8 - 10 people full time to manage things.

The entire point of this journey is for me to be able to automate multiple businesses. Anything that I can get going, like a good game of Age of Mythology. The more things I have rolling, the more money I'm making.

I will start with Tumblr blogs. I plan to run 10, and they will all operate off of the top general keywords. I won't be using trends that could make the blog die in 3-4 years, (i.e. a blog about a TV show that is currently popular, but won't be popular later probably).

I have a day job already doing SEO with a company. It will be what I use to fuel back in to my project, but until payday I'm sitting on $0. This is good because it means I can have a fresh start today.

Just subbed, I feel like the catchy title and the mention of a Black Card is what sucked me in.

Don't let me down OP, I'm 19 as well, so this could be quite inspiring.

- A
 
Just subbed, I feel like the catchy title and the mention of a Black Card is what sucked me in.

Don't let me down OP, I'm 19 as well, so this could be quite inspiring.

- A

I wouldn't dream of it. I have a lot to do and I'm really excited to make it happen. You will be glad you started from the beginning.

Sounds like someone just watched wolf of Wall Street.

Ahaha I did! How did you know?
 
I want to make one thing clear from the very start. This is not your average "My Story" thread

No, actually wundRkid, this is exactly what your average "My Story" thread looks like.

Check out a few of your fellow brethren in their journeys to {$arbitrary_figure}/{$arbitrary_timeframe}:

- 18 yr old & 14 yr old brothers' Journey to $2,437.82/month
- [Journey] $500/day. PERIOD!
- 15 yo's Journey to 1000$/3months If I Can Do It Anyone Can
- 20 year old college students journey to $1000 Per week with Clickbank.
- 13 Year Old's IM Journey GOAL : 100$/DAY
- [Journey] 17 year old - Going to $2,000 a Month
- My Journey To 500$/Day. Need Your Help :)
- The Lazy Man Journey's to 3000$/Month. CPA/PPI
- My journey to $200/day with Adsense - Won't stop until I reach it
- My journey to $2000 by end of May 2014 using CPA, PPI, PPD, YT and even some fkin SEO
- A 14 year old's journey to $100 a day

Here's what I've learned in the last 8 years...

1. The internet marketing community as a whole is a lot younger than you probably think. Sure there are some outliers but the bulk of the bell curve seems to fall somewhere around the early 20s. This makes you a lot less special than you want to believe.
2. As such, if you post a thread that includes both a) your age and b) your goal to make some inordinate amount of money, you should receive a mandatory ban.
3. The younger you are, the easier it is to succeed. Reason? You don't have any "real life" obligations (mortgage/rent, family, car payment, real day job, etc.). Age aside, it's a lot easier to start a successful business when you have nothing to lose. Risky business decisions become exponentially harder when someone who depends on you for food might not eat if you end up failing.

I'm all for goals but if I see one more thread like this I'm going to go crazy.
 
Wish you the best of luck brother! Anyone sayin a million a day is unrealistic, probably limits themselves and becomes content with their lives and dont try new things. I think it was in the secret where the guy said, "When you are driving at night with your headlights on (no street lights) you can only see about 20 feet in front of you, but you still keep driving because you know the road is there" If we could all live life and see it like that, everyone would be making a million $$ a day.

Whether you think you can or you think you can't you are right!

Don't let pessimists discourage you into being the one that can't. The fact that you are 19 and so heavy into SEO already says a lot about your mentality. At 19 I was throwing raves, smoking a ton of weed, and made a lot of money that was blown on stupid shit. I didnt even start with SEO, IM, etc until about 6 months ago. I see a consistent ROI on various different platforms, but it's not enough to give up my day job.

So goodluck to you! There is tons of ways to make $$ online, just gotta find that one thing that takes you to the top.

Cheers
 
3. The younger you are, the easier it is to succeed. Reason? You don't have any "real life" obligations (mortgage/rent, family, car payment, real day job, etc.). Age aside, it's a lot easier to start a successful business when you have nothing to lose. Risky business decisions become exponentially harder when someone who depends on you for food might not eat if you end up failing.

I'm all for goals but if I see one more thread like this I'm going to go crazy.

This is completely false! I was on my own at 16. 29 now. I put myself through school, have maintained a house, not married but have been with the same girl for years (don't believe in involving the US government in my love life), and you saying that it's easier when you are younger doesn't apply to everyone. This guy could be supporting a family, you never know. I took care of my sick Grandmother and had to drop out of school at 16. SMH You're trippin bro
 
This is completely false! I was on my own at 16. 29 now. I put myself through school, have maintained a house, not married but have been with the same girl for years (don't believe in involving the US government in my love life), and you saying that it's easier when you are younger doesn't apply to everyone. This guy could be supporting a family, you never know. I took care of my sick Grandmother and had to drop out of school at 16. SMH You're trippin bro

no, he's not tripping. Your scenario is not all that common. In more cases than not, the older you get, the more responsibility you pick up. Your tripping if you think otherwise.
 
This is completely false! I was on my own at 16. 29 now. I put myself through school, have maintained a house, not married but have been with the same girl for years (don't believe in involving the US government in my love life), and you saying that it's easier when you are younger doesn't apply to everyone. This guy could be supporting a family, you never know. I took care of my sick Grandmother and had to drop out of school at 16. SMH You're trippin bro

I'm just saying that when I was 18 and living under my parents roof, the most I could lose was my "entertainment" money--money spent on going out to eat, movies, whatever... If I hit rock bottom and lost everything, I would not be in debt to anyone. I didn't have to worry about collections companies coming after me for loans, credit card debt, etc. I would still have shelter and food. And I could give the business another shot a week later.

I'm only using my life as an example and this is how it worked out for me. Sure it might not apply to everyone but I don't think anyone could honestly say that when you have more to lose, it's easier to make decisions that could bankrupt you.
 
Good luck man, I know you'll succeed, just keep trying and never give up. That's what I did.
 
no, he's not tripping. Your scenario is not all that common. In more cases than not, the older you get, the more responsibility you pick up. Your tripping if you think otherwise.

I am not here to try and argue, but you are very right that the older you get, you have more responsibility. Also the more money you have the more problems that come, but you have the money to handle it. That does not make life harder. I will take every single problem that Bill Gates has. I would never trade places with my younger self because life was super hard for me from about 16 until 19 and then i made money off of underground raves, sold drugs, and funded my way through college and took care of my G-ma. I grew up in an extremely rough neighborhood, and most of the kids in the inner city, do not live with their parents or get the chance to go to college or even enjoy being young.

Your perspective is from a person who probably lived with their Mom until they were ready to leave the nest. This isn't the case with the fucked urban areas. You have to hustle to make it out of that shit, and most people do not. I am the only one that did make it out and that was only a year or so ago.

Either way my point is, you do not know this guy personally. How could you possibly know what he is experiencing or going through? How can you publicize your bias opinions, in which I proved that they could be very false. My story isn't as common, correct. But you have no way of knowing this guy's story either, so before you broadcast your negativity stop and think for a second. Not everyone is like you or had the life you did. Plus, in this Universe, the more negativity you project, the more negativity comes right back.

Best Regards
 
Let's jump back to reality for a second and put things into perspective: $1m/day (or $365m/year) puts OP in the ranks of many publicly traded companies on the stock exchange. Congratulations, your tumblr blogs will be making approximately 4x more than what tumblr itself expected to make last year! And you did it all as a 19 year old.

People need to stop encouraging such ludicrous goals and start using some common sense.

Coolsheet, I'm not gonna get all socioeconomic on your ass but there's a reason why many kids from rough urban areas never escape the poverty. You are an anomaly. Therefore it's safe to say OP is not going through the same situation. Also, if he was, it would have been much more impressive to mention that over being 19 years old in the original post.

Unrelated: OP, you can get a credit card at 18 (at least in America). You should apply for whatever you can get now, even if it's just a capital one card with a $500 limit. Your credit score factors in the age of your oldest account so by having no credit card, you're actually hurting yourself more than if you had established a line of credit at age 18 and cut up the card.
 
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