How can I get filthy stinking rich and leave my mark on this world while living my bliss?

Who would have thought that finding one's bliss and living one's bliss are two different things? I kinda know the field that my bliss lies in by now. I am articulate, sexy and have a powerful and strong spirit. I know what I want to achieve but I just don't know how to go about achieving it. I have far too many talents - most of which lie in the creative arts and design industry. I have no formal education in this line. I waste my life on an average paying corporate office job which I hate. I don't have any extra cash for further studies. I just have talent to draw and design. What can I do? I thought of selling my designs to make money to study what I love. Please make suggestions. Thanks.

Asked By: Xanadu X - 3/24/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Student loans and hard work. No one will believe you are talented and worth paying until you prove yourself. It's really, really hard to make any money as an artist - you need to have a "day job" in the meantime.
Answered By: carmenivy - 3/24/2008
Additional Answers (6)
no clue.
Answered By: redgator40 - 3/24/2008
Architecture. Nothing like having thousands of other people live and work in buildings you have designed for the next 50 years. Just a thought.
Answered By: Logic316 - 3/24/2008
okies so u r creative... More
Answered By: Anna - 3/24/2008
Grow up. Step out and see the world.
Answered By: Adrian - 3/24/2008
I once read someone's secret to making her first million dollars. She said, "First you take eight hundered and fifty thousand dollars, and then ...."
Answered By: Vince M - 3/24/2008
Here is a great book for anyone to read. This may or may not help you. It is all up to you on becoming successful.
Answered By: Harold Sink - 3/24/2008
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