It is the question that is more interesting.
One of the things I constantly found myself talking about with my friends is “that idea”. You know what I’m talking about. It's the idea that is going to make it big for you. It's that idea that is going to eventually free you from your 9-5 job. But the problem for me was that most of it was always just talking. Even the talking wasn't all that useful, because in the end, my friends and I would come to conclusion that we had no ideas. So rather than sit and just talk about it, I decided to do something about it. This site is dedicated to that journey.
Over the course of the next year, I’m going to take $20,000 and try to make it into $40,000. At this point, you and I are in the exact same boat. I have no idea how I'm going to do it. So why blog about it? For one thing, I need to start somewhere and this is it. I hope that by sharing my journey, we can all learn a little something and have some fun along the way. By making this a very public activity, I hope it brings some accountability to it and to myself. I encourage everyone to participate, whether it be giving me ideas, commenting how crazy I am, or just silently coming along for the ride.
So if you have ever felt like you should be doing something else other than what you are doing now, or are just curious how I do, I invite you along for the ride as I try to answer the question, "Just how did Terrence get started?"
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