You're not going to get there just by talking about it. Start developing connections with the investors, financiers and the associates of big businesses, but that alone won't enable you to achieve your goal. To be one of them, you must cultivate the dispositions of character that empower them to sustain a lifestyle you covet. So, if you ever experience naive sentiments of wishing to help the underprivileged or that those who are not well off may deserve a second chance, you must comprehensively expurgate those insidiously noxious thoughts from your worldview. The difference between an accomplished individual and one who merely dreams of becoming accomplished is that the latter is willing to make the sacrifices that are needed for success. If you want to be a professional basketball player, you better expect to radically revise your worldview to get where you need to be, so don't expect to have it any easier if you want to be among the prosperous. Your chances of getting there with the type middle-class mentality are nearly zero, so begin undergoing intense ideological training and if you are not a psychopath, attempt to emulate their behavioral repertoire in every walk of life.
The Elysium was a critique of not only the American politico-economic regime, but the regime of any country where the upper class is in the position of power. Because the film concludes with the transference of power from the elites to the impecunious plebeians, it is conceivable that it advocates a revolution from below where the highly underprivileged seize political control. Indeed, the meek did inherit the Earth in Elysium, but not in the way Jesus seems to have promised, but the similarity between the proposed end-results of Communism and Christianity are remarkably similar. In other words, there are serious issues with politico-economic regimes that vest the nearly absolute power in the hands of the elites as that is where we end up in the Elysium situation, but they are no less serious than those of regimes where such power is conferred upon the most underprivileged. How long do you think the utopia of the Elysian revolution would have lasted had the plot been taken to its logical conclusion? It would take less than a decade for a populist demagogue to exploit the anarchic political environment to set up a regime very reminiscent of a communist dictatorship. To the best of my knowledge, there has never been a revolution "from below" that led to a different result: the solution to the problem that the regime of "government by the rich" poses is not an armed insurrection, but piecemeal social engineering that will gradually transfer the power from the elites to the middle-class. Admittedly, this solution may take generations or even epochs, but it constitutes a far more promising strategy of social reform than the militaristic revolutions from below.