Originally Posted by Love
here's my question.
Basically, I see two methods espoused for getting rich.
A) Build a business
B) Invest in someone else's business
I feel like I can't do B, just because to budget savings for investing would take out more from my strict budget than I probably could afford. I've heard of pay yourself theories. I'm having difficulty with that one.
I feel like I don't want to do A. Basically, I want to do teaching in some form, and spend my time and effort on becoming a better teacher. I don't really want to spend time and thought and heartache on building a business.
Are these the only two ways to wealth? Do I really need to just buck up and give one of them my best shop? Or is there any sleeper way to wealth that doesn't take any capital and not too much time?
I'm sure people will agree that there is no fast track to wealth. You have to be 100% commited to what you are doing even if it means 2 hours a day. It is however possible to start on a business without much capital. Look around you, and find business opportunities. They are everywhere. Think about what your interests are, and how you can capitalised on them. Everyone has ideas that people want to know.