I'm no-where NEAR where I want to be, but I'm able to just-about support myself living in greater london.
I never wanted to start out teaching people how to make money online, because I wanted to first be an expert in the field myself. Ideally, I wouldn't start now, but here's my situation...
I HATE the niche I'm currently making money in. I have no passion for it, and I really don't like my customers, who are generally poor, skeptical and unwilling to spend any money.
If I really get into it, I can expand into this niche and still make a lot of money from it. But I have this huge resistance to creating anything new in this niche, simply because I don't enjoy it.
I have no passion in any other proven niches like golf, pet-training, gardening, fishing, etc. I'd really like to get into travel, but I haven't traveled enough to be teaching anyone anything.
The only proven niche I know anything about, and am passionate about is making money online.
I'm not asking for permission, just your opinion: is it cool for a guy who is just able to get by, to start teaching MMO?