That's great man that you got it, but don't feel like you have to go and learn a flip as soon as possible. If you work on grabs and small spins, poking and tweaking them as much as possible, you'll have a much stronger base with which to progress onto more technical tricks, as well as better edge control, and you'll stand out as a rider much more as its usually something people leave until they can do a bunch of flips.
Where I ride, there's a group of 4/5 guys who are all roughly the same level but all they do basic inverts, learning them and then not making the tricks their own, so no one ever stands out really. I'd much rather hear one of them say they did a tail poke to fakie than a scarecrow.
If you're looking for some inspiration, take a look at Randall Harris. He's very good at doing basic things incredibly well
P.S sorry if this post kinda makes me sound like the fun police