Wealth is a relative term. Perhaps you are referring to the most common view of wealth, i.e. financial and material status.
There are, I am sure you know, other types of wealth in human existence, such as the satisfaction of service to others which you yourself obtain from being a mentor here at this site, the peace of a natural setting in the woods, or creativity in art, music and communication that goes beyond the sales value of the product or service.
Wealth is inescapably driven by our personal value system. Our values and those of others are driven by factors inherited through the gene pool, as enhanced by experiences in life.
In short we are most at peace when we are in sync with the personal value system that has evolved as a result of the above factors and when we are permitted to pursue our values in our personal and professional endeavors. If we cannot achieve that harmony we will seek change to pursue our own unique values which are the real wealth in our personal universe.
Individual value systems drive outlooks on the world and they are different to varying degrees in every human being. Following our value system and understanding those of others permits successful communication in our personal life, in our business life and as members of the world community. I value that endeavor as the truest form of "Wealth" .
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Great points, Kenneth. Instead of seeking wealth, I would find your passion and within that industry, try to find how it can be improved. Every business venture will inevitably have set-backs, and you're more likely to persevere through failure if it's something that brings passion. Wealth is subjective in nature and hopefully you mean more than just from the monetary perspective.