This thread is to see the point of inflection that came across in your domaining career. As for me, I had one such AHA moment when I sold my first domain name. After having registered like 2-5 domain names and not having any success, I turned to some more hand registrations, none of which were getting sold. I had done 2 rounds of outbound for all the domain names (there were like 20-30 leads for each of these domain names and I had spent the entire day in doing outbound) with no success. Dropped some of them after a year. It was time to either give up and try once more. I registered another set of domains - like 6 - 10 of them. Did outbound again, after reading something here and there. This was more like spam when I look back. I reached out to like 70 odd people per domain name (even emailing the privacy protected email address, which was funny and embarrassing, given that I was already a year into the industry and couldn't identify even this). Fortunately, I received a reply from one of the end-users who agreed to purchase one of the domain names for $350. This was my AHA moment! I mean having the first sale after a year or so was a really striking part (a part of me knew that this was bound to work; another part of me was running out of patience and would have quit the business soon enough). That one sale kept me in the domaining industry and things started to build up. I wouldn't say I did very well post that, but domaining has been my part-time income ever since and definitely helps generate some extra cash that can be used for various purposes. I think that was a turning point in my domaining career. And it was a pretty important point to keep me in the industry in the first place. Lesson Learnt: First you learn, then you earn! I was trying to take the shortcut route. No wonder 1 year without any success. What's your AHA moment in your domaining career?