I am in the profitable market, conspicuously so. Allegories and art, for the most part, the service sector. As an issue of gainful v. meaningful employment, the dilemma of physical presence in time at a given location and mentality that is required therein and elsewhere. Contingent to that, real income, rather than savings surmounted from a living wage, has affects on the performance of any market activity. You either have ownership, or you do not. Role affiliation, as one may find; buyers, sellers, investors and leaders. They are only actualized by the means they have to back-up their claim to inherent or purchased property. Asserting oneself into a market, that is to say, entering the market is an act of individual appropriation. You must consider the dollar as a way of life. It is its own life, do take for instance the law, it could be that there are more laws to protect the dollar than the person who claims to have possession of that dollar. Or that the existence of a free market is subsequent to the abandonment of civility. Whether or not you decide to go into business, in any status within the market, is going to be on the basis of supply and demand and conjecture. Despite that, it is imperative that personal willpower is not afflicted by any conditions that aren't your own. Those that are, are best to be removed.