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6 Passion Projects Men Would Do as Job if They Had Enough Money

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.

So we conducted a thought experiment. If you were a dude who had all the money in the world, what passion project would you finally tackle?

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.

1. A Life of Wood

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.

2. Average Joe Travel Agency

Here’s a pitch: House flipping without the financial exploitation that comes with the landlord-renter dynamic. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is—but that’s the point of this list.

3. Residential Rehabilitation With a Heart

You can do all kinds of cool stuff when you don’t have to run your brewery like your livelihood depends on it. 

4. Remote, Top-Shelf Brewery

One idealistic farmer-to-be said they’d purchase land, get livestock, plant crops, and hire foster children who aged out of the home to work the land. It’s quite the noble dream and one that’s perfectly suited to the End Times vibe of the 2020s.

5. Running an Agricultural Commune

Move over, Heritage Foundation. Kick rocks, Brooking Institution. It’s about time the world gets a think tank of non-establishment thinkers like your pal Tommy and your cousin Greg. 

6. Starting a Think Tank

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