Forget doubling your money, just forget it now. 10% of $100 isn’t a lot of money, you’re right, but 10% is an excellent return on an investment. People earn millions of dollars being employed professionally to manage other people’s money and they seldom, if ever, double anyone’s investment so you really need to forget about doing that right now. Sure, it is possible but if you’re making it your aim to double your money in your first three months of trading you’re statistically more likely to lose it all than increase your account. You’d better off aiming for 10% in 12 months time and saving your own money to add into your trading account after 12 months as a reward. If you’ve only got a small amount of money you’ll need to look after it just as well as someone with lots lots more. You’ll need good risk management just as someone would with $100k.
Focus more on what you can take out of the game in terms of your own learning and development rather than the cash you can take out. Journal everything you do and why. Write down why you are taking each trade, what could go wrong and revisit each transaction and document what went well and what didn’t, what would you do next time etc.
Keep saving to contribute to your fund, aim for steady gains and exponential learning. You’ll be fine.