I chased both.
I studied both.
I've concluded that both are exciting up to a point.
But sooner or later, you get the hang of it, and with a little luck, you can say with cynicism that "Money is Boring."
I've made a fair amount of money at times.
I've helped a fair amount of clients get flat out "rich".
But it's safe to say that a desire for riches can and often does lead to trap.
Contentment seems to be a better goal than flat out piles of cash.
A lot of "gurus" in this space brag on how much money they've made with this "amazing new system"... "powerful platform"... etc.
And that's ok... we need to discover how to pay the rent, and a little extra always helps.
But how many shiny, new, money-making tools and schemes, can you buy before you settle down and either do something with them, or admit you're just addicted to jumping into the "latest" thing.
One of the problems with "money" is that if you make oodles of it, you tend to belittle those who don't make oodles of it.
"I'm better than you, 'cause I generated ONE BAZILLION DOLLARS in sales using nothing more than a blinking red light on my super-duper keyboard."
When the real estate market crashed some 12 years ago... I started studying the history and origins of money. I mean, up until then "no one" ever believed real estate prices could go DOWN... much less go down by 50%.
So... what is money? Why is it "loved" by so many? Why do those who have lots of it, never feel content?
Francisco seemed to have a good grasp on it (Do a search for Fransisco's speech on Money.)
I'm posting this so that you'll know... money is not everything.
Money is a "thing"... but it's not "everything."
And once you get to know money's history, character, origins, future and nature, money won't be so very fascinating... you might be able to say as I do sometimes....
Money is boring.