These 10 steps are the blueprint to becoming rich.

1. Determine your long-term plan.

What do you want?
- own your own business
- grow your 9-5 career
- retire early

This is your BIG goal.
2. Determine your mid-term plan.

Where are you right now?
How do you transition to BIG goal?

A 9-5 job is the place to start.
- It requires the least capital.
- You learn how businesses run.
- You learn people skills.
- You gain stable income.
3. Research which careers pay well.

These sites provide salary data:

Find something you have an interest in, even though it may not be your passion.
4. Research what qualifications are needed.

You may need:
- a degree
- a certificate
- specific knowledge
- experience in that field
5. Get qualified in the least expensive way.

- YouTube
- Scholarships
- Online courses
- Entry-level job
6. Don't expect to be the boss on day 1.

You'll most likely start at the bottom.
- an intern
- a contractor
- an entry-level employee

Grow your paycheck over time:
- work hard
- keep learning
- contribute value
- create relationships
7. Start your dream on the side.

- Carve out time each day
- Fund side-hustle with 9-5 salary
- Determine what actions get you there
8. Get your finances in order.

- Keep expenses low
- Save an emergency fund
- Pay off and avoid bad debt
- Turn your paychecks into capital
- Invest in appreciating assets
9. Stay on the path.

Results don't happen overnight.

It took me years of working to gain a decent income.

It took me years of investing to gain a great return.
10. Transition to long-term plan.

- when passive income hits goal
- when business income hits goal
- when side hustle income hits goal

It's time to quit the 9-5 and live your dream.
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The article is, at heart, deeply weird, even essentialist. Here, for example, is the claim that proposing climate engineering is a "man" thing. Also a "man" thing: attempting to get distance from a topic, approaching it in a disinterested fashion.

Also a "man" thing—physical courage. (I guess, not quite: physical courage "co-constitutes" masculinist glaciology along with nationalism and colonialism.)

There's criticism of a New York Times article that talks about glaciology adventures, which makes a similar point.

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