Welcome to the sport that will drive you bananas
. Patiences is a must in turkey hunt, don't be disapointed if you goof up the first few times you go out, that's almost a given with new hunters that are trying to learn by themselves. The best thing you could do is find a friend that will let you tag along and watch and learn how they hunt them, it would have been worth you weight in gold if you could of gotten into one of the LTH programs that were out there, because it would have put you with an experienced hunter to teach you the ropes of this sport. Scouting is important, learning where the birds are and what they do and where they go during the day will help you out. If you go out scouting, leave your calls at home.
You don't want to call to birds your going to be hunting, they can recognize the sound of your calls and won't come anyware near you when you want them to when you start hunting, I know it's fun to call them, but it can hurt your chances. Woodsmenship is as important as your calling, your setups and movement will determin your success highly. Learning when you need to move or stay still is very important to a successful turkey hunter, and that takes time in the field to learn. Forums like this play a huge part in learning techniques for new hunters, read everything you can about what hunters are doing and how it works for them in calling in those wildly skittish birds. Sometimes everything works the way you want it to, most times it just the opposite, it is a tough sport to learn.
Good luck and keep us informed of what your doing and how it's working for you, there are a lot of good hunters here that will help you all they can.