Well I have a different take on what busting loose is than some. I think many think that busting loose means you stop earning a living, or charging for your work because you have transcended the need for money.
But when you read Scheinfeld, he does not define the concept in those terms. His point is that it is a GAME. Meaning, if you want to make stuff and sell it, that's the GAME YOU'RE PLAYING.
He plays that game because it's fun for him. He is a business man. He enjoys the concept of business. His grandfather was a very successful businessman, and his biggest inspiration. And, Scheinfeld was a very successful marketing person. Clearly, he enjoys the world of marketing and running a self-help business. To us, that might not seem like fun, maybe we'd like to do something different. For him, it's what he really enjoys.
He's doing what he really enjoys and is making a ton of money doing it. He has busted loose from the game that says you have to work hard doing something you don't like to get rich.
And I don't know his personal finances, but I assume he's already set for life. Which means whatever he does from this point is because he wants to do it. He plays the game on his terms. Business is a game he likes and enjoys.
Never in the books (at least as far as I recall) has Scheinfeld said that the core of his philosophy was living in a universe where money was no longer a part of the picture. It's to take the money that IS a part of the picture, and have some fun with it. Have it work for you.