Everyday is a "grind". There is so much to learn, so much knowledge to acquire, so many tools to buy, borrow, make or steal. I suppose when I stop learning, I will move on to a new hobby.
This is the best advice on this thread. Thanks John.
"Coming into a makers forum and saying, "Hey, I have no tools, no experience, no background but how can I use a few basic hand tools to make one of the more difficult knives out there and then sell it for money?" is the best way to guarantee that you'll just be another 'flash-in-the-pan', 'gone before anyone even knew who you were' attempt at a knifemaker. Don't be that guy."