What is the possible shortest route to becoming rich without committing crime?
As a result of the continuous tripple rise in global population, causing millions of able bodied and skilled men and women to be out of job, what way do you think is the shortest crime-free means of becoming rich?
Selling your knowledge and services in wired world. If we look at history of wealth creation during past 30 yeras it is the knowledge which has created wealth rather than anything else.
One route is to sell real estate. If one is prepared to work very hard for a period of years... and I mean really, really hard, then you will have the means to invest in property yourself as well as a good income.
Often the work will mean a poor family life as you will be too busy working.
In Amerika you could own a bank, some say that's the best way to rob one :-/
Besides winning the Lotto, I think starting your own business and selling it and moving on to the next. If you are a skilled businessman you can build or improve businesses and you can use your sales skill to interest investors...there are always people looking to make a quick buck by investing in someone that knows more than they do!
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