When starting out, it's best to keep things simple. Start with a simple recipe...no colorants, no scent, and a small batch. The simplest recipe as noted by @Zany_in_CO
is a combination of Olive Oil (35%), Coconut Oil (25%) and Palm Oil (40%). My original recipe included those three plus a little Castor Oil. It is a good start and once you get a several small batches under your belt, you can then start experimenting with other oils/butters and colorants and scents.
And you don't need a lot of equipment to get started. An inexpensive Stick Blender, Digital Scale and mold, a bowl to mix your soap batter in, a measuring cup to mix your Lye Solution, and a spatula. The first three items you can get from Amazon and the rest from your local Dollar store.
Now I looked over your recipe and it's not bad, but I do have a few suggestions and it falls under the heading of 'keep things simple'. First is that it is always best to use percentages for your recipe as it make resizing easier. Second is understanding what your oils and butters bring to the table. Castor Oil is great for adding bubbles to your soap, but if used to too large of an amount can make your soap sticky. Coconut Oil in a lotion or suntan oil is great, but in a soap can be quite drying, but it's a matter of personal preference. Also, higher amounts of Coconut Oil make your soap more water soluble so it won't be as long last.
Also, you are using Water as % of Oils at the default of 38. This works for Hot Process Soap, but for Cold Process you want to use Lye Concentration and a good starting point is 33%.
With all this in mind, I have modified your recipe:
33% Cocoa Butter
32% Coconut Oil
30% Olive Oil
5% Castor Oil
33% Lye Concentration
And it's great that you are starting with a small batch of soap. I had bought a kit when I first started out, so I had a 50oz mold, but after several 'opportunities to learn' (another word for failures/mishaps), I bought a couple of 4" Square Silicone Molds that hold 20oz total and do all my testing in them.