When the money hits the bank account, then you can pursue that passion project you’ve been putting off. At least, that is the sentiment that many hold. There is something to it, too—with the endless demands to make money and tend to personal responsibilities, who has time for passion?
Teaching English is a go-to gig for Americans in countries all over the world, but it won’t make you rich. Once you’re already rich, then teaching English in some distant paradise seems a lot more feasible.
In an industry known for sapping pet owners of their very last penny, it would be a breath of fresh air to have a darn-near pro bono animal shelter-veterinarian service willing to throw the people a bone.
One woodworking hobbyist plans to spend his retirement years in the woodshop. The goal is to cover the cost of replacement blades and Shop-Vacs and a little extra spending money if the wooden creations are popular enough.
Rather than marketing travel plans to Instagram influencers and high-net-worth individuals whose vacations look like an episode of White Lotus or Succession, one man of the people dreams of creating a travel agency by the people, for the people.