This is my first post here. And before I elaborate my situation I'd like to say I'm very glad to be part of this forum and say hi to all you great people who make this place so special.
And now comes the story...
Two years ago, while I was looking for some ebook I had stumbled upon this forum, browsed through few topics, bookmarked it and completely forgot about it. In meanwhile, I've made a decision to quit my regular job in near future and start doing something I'm really passionate about. I decided to start learning web design and anything related to it.
However, couple of months ago, while sorting my bookmarks I stumbled upon Warrior Forum again and spent whole day reading various topics. I simply got addicted! I was amazed at how amazing place this forum was. Amazing amount of valuable information and amazing community consisted of some really great people always willing to help and share their knowledge.
Now I don't know what to do... I can't decide if I should start my new career in web design or focus on internet marketing. One of the main reasons I wanted to quit my regular job and start my own business was because I wanted to be my own boss. But I overlooked that if I start web design business I'd have new boss every day instead of having only one at my previous job Lol And in internet marketing I'd have an opportunity to be my own boss for real. So, now I feel like I'm on crossroads and don't know which path to choose.
And now comes the main problem. (As you probably noticed LOL) English is not my native language I'd like to choose "IM path" but this "tiny" detail would be a problem.
For example, how am I gonna convince someone to buy something or keep visiting my blog if I keep making some funny grammar mistakes? I mean, I can't outsource "grammar check" for every article I write. Lol
So, fellow warriors, here comes the main question... What would you do in my place? What part of Internet marketing would you recommend to me? Something that's not gonna be affected much by the fact that English is not my native language. Or I should just stick to design?
I'm also sure there are lot of members from non-english speaking countries so I'd like to hear their experience as well.
Thanks in advance