The only way to make a good life out of zero income is to be creative and purposeful. You can be a millionaire by doing something you hate, or you can do something you love and still make a living doing it.
I would go with this one. If you hate something you’re doing, you should make something else you love.
We’re talking about creative endeavors, not just getting rich off making money. There’s an art to creating your own thing, and that includes a lot of things.
People who work for less and want to be less, they can do. People who are creative and want to be creative and want to do something they love instead of being creative and hoping to be creative, they can.
Creative people make an awful lot of money when they work for themselves, and they can make and sell a lot of different things online. To give an example, I sell many different kinds of shoes. I sell men’s shoes, women’s shoes, and boots, etc. I sell them all on Etsy. I also sell some of my own designs on my own website.
Creative people often don’t have to sell everything they make. If they want to sell their art, they can do it on their own websites or on Etsy. I’m selling one or two of my pieces online. I’m not selling everything I make. If people want to sell it on their own websites, they can do that too.
It’s an open question whether we live in a world with the highest (or lowest, depending on your perspective) income elasticities of demand. The question is whether people are happy with their current jobs. A recent study by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that “in the United States, the richest 10 percent of American households had a net worth of $38.6 trillion in 2010, while the poorest 10 percent had a net worth of $17.8 trillion.
The study also found that the richest 10 percent of American households made $2,764 in 2013, compared with $2,929 in the poorest 10 percent, which means that, in fact, the richest 10 percent of American households owned half the wealth of the poorest 10 percent.
This means that, as we just saw, the richest 10 percent of American households had a wealth that was double the wealth of the poorest 10 percent. But, in fact, it is their wealth and not their income that is double the wealth of the poorest 10 percent of American households.
In a way, it’s a good thing that we’re all in the same 10 percent of American households. It’s a good thing that we’re all sitting on the same income scale. It’s a good thing that the richest 10 percent of American households are not in the poorest 10 percent of American households.