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make (one's) fortune(s)

To earn or accumulate one's wealth. (Usually used before or after the method by which one accumulated such wealth.) He made his fortune importing steel from China. The mobile phone market became saturated with app developers eager to make their fortunes.
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"Finding the Sweet Spot: The Natural Entrepreneur's Guide to Responsible, Sustainable, Joyful Work" tells readers that respecting the environment while making one's fortune is dually possible.