Tynan, I consider myself a Jack-of-all-trades, taking pride in being very good at a great number of things and versed on almost any topic. But just recently I finally came to the conclusion that being this "scattered" hasn't really gotten me to a level of success that I want. It's been a fun ride, but I have to "grow up" and start focusing on that one thing if I want to reach the next level.
You seem to be exploring the world, and yourself, which is awesome, but I'm pretty sure this is not how one gets to be a billionaire. Was Bill Gates building "Party Busses" and exploring tunnels, or was he spending every night studying and refining his one big project? Was Warren Buffett spending his nights singing karaoke on stage at 25, or was he busy learning how to invest capital and run companies? Then again, are you sure you really want to be a Billionaire? Your passion seems to be exploration of life. It's undeniable. Even your goal of wanting to be a billionaire is only a means to get that submarine and airplane. And why those things? Why, to have more adventures!
I think you have to use your abundant creativity, intelligence, and discipline to find a way to make "exploring life to the fullest" pay you those big bucks. This website would be one way, if it actually paid you b/millions of dollars. Maybe you need to create that TV show you talked about, and have it be about your life? That's what Bam Margera did. He filmed his passion and now has millions to show for it. Or maybe become the next Tony Robins, teaching other people how to live life to the fullest? Budget 15 minutes, twice a day (I think we think differently in the morning vs evening, so why not get one of each) to brainstorming ideas on how to turn your genuine passion into something lucrative. Write them down, no matter how crazy. You can always judge them later. Keep this up, until. Good luck. Feel free to e-mail me.