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Find something that you have a great deal of passion for that also as the potential for earning lots of money. This may not be what you end up doing, but you will learn. Start now, right this moment. Start before you make a plan, but write out right after you make at least one move in the direction of your chosen path. This plan may change over time, but that is normal. No general ever went to war and fought every battle with the same strategy. The strategy usually changes after the first offensive move. The same is with business plans, but the core goal will remain the same.
A better question: what is your perception about being rich? Many acquire financial wealth only to lose it for being poor stewards. Others bank on financial wealth only to have poor health and relationships.
Consider the following for perspective:
• Riches quickly gained are almost always quickly lost/depleted.
• Slow and steady wins the race!
• Reinvest profits into other ASSETS vs. spend on luxury items, which create EXPENSES.
• Diversify; don't bank on a single star product.
• In lieu of keeping up with the business Joneses, create/do something distinctly different
• Those who GIVE more GAIN more.
• Be selfless. Pride leads to destruction and a haughty spirit proceeds a fall (from grace).
• Lawsuits abound for the rich...
Ask better questions.
Read Felix Dennis' How To Get Rich. Then apply what he wrote.
Here is the only one you will ever need:
Stop asking this question. Stop following the "money"