Decisions are either forced on us because it’s the only thing or we make them at the expense of another option that we perceived to be worth trading off.
The underlying factor influencing our decision dictates our values.
There’s a difference between a trained doctor who chooses entrepreneurship over saving lives and an entrepreneur who became one by compulsion from an severe living condition. While the former is acting to a pull effect, the latter is merely responding to a push.
Which of them is more dangerous? That’s probably hard to tell but one is far more driven than the other, and not by money. You know which.