I have seen a lot of people on here railing on how stupid and silly it is to buy information/training/educational products about how to make money from home or how to make money online. The overall consensus with this train of thought is that there is all the free information out there, why would you buy info? I understand this train of thought because it used to be mine. I spent years wishing I could work from home while searching for free information online about how to work from home. It wasn't until I actually started investing that I was able to go from lousy job to 6 figure income from home. Over the past two years I have spent about $20,000 on training, education, etc. and I am so glad I did. Otherwise I would still be working in a dead end job. I wonder this, though. Maybe I'm just a big dummy and that is why I had to buy information but are there people on this board who have never invested in informational products yet are making real, serious money from home? I'd love to hear your stories and how you did it. And if you did do it, you should be making your own informational products by the way I'm just so confused, though, that people see it normal to pay for a college "education you could got for a dollar fifty in late charges at the public library" as Will Hunting said, but they won't invest in products to help them make money from home based on the guise that 'all the information you want out there is free'. I believe that there may be free information out there but easy come, easy go. When you invest in info you make a mental shift about how serious you are and more things happen for you. Just my thoughts, though, so I'm curious to see what others think.