As a younger kid, everyone wants to rush life and hit 21. Then you realize a few years later, that you would give anything to be a kid again! But with 21 comes alot of responsibility and goals… not to mention a job!
My friend Michael Dunlop (20 and living the Internet lifestyle) creates and manages and bunch of web sites, but his RetireAt21.com site falls right in line with question. In his “about me” on the site, it reads “Retire At 21 founder Michael Dunlop has shown that being young, dyslexic and a college drop out is not the end of the world.” and also says “In the world of retirement, 21 is the new 60.“. With what seems to be a growing trend of younger and younger entrepreneurs making boatloads of money online every year, there is no excuse for even a full time parent, worker or the unemployed not to take a stab at making money online.
Among other useful articles and content on RetireAt21.com, Michael does a lot of interviews with internet marketers and well known entrepreneurs. On RetireAt21, there are over 65 different successful entrepreneur interviews, with many names you are familiar with.
In addition to RetireAt21, Michael also runs IncomeDiary.com, which focuses on “How Pros Make Money“, and has another directory of interviews, including Michael’s latest interview with myself. A few of my favorite posts on this site are, Top Earning Blogs, Top 30 Dyslexic Entrepreneurs, and Blogging to Riches.
Knowing how to setup campaigns and making money is great, but it’s also a benefit to read about the success and struggles of other entreprenuers as well. Read through some of the interviews over at RetireAt21 and IncomeDiary to compare business stories, and maybe even get some inspiration for new ideas and marketing efforts.
When I was 21, I was already 5 years into affiliate marketing… where were/are you at 21?