If you can find someone that wants to "lease" your business, then mostly likely yes. But there may be some governmental issues depending on what type of business you have. Other more viable options may be just hiring a top notch manager to run it for you or outright selling it to someone and enjoying the profits from the sale. Another alternative could also be bringing someone on as a partner that will run the business while you are more of a silent partner. You need to really assess what you are wanting from this transaction to then decide which route is the best for you.
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of social news site Reddit and partner at startup accelerator Y Combinator, talks about how platforms like Kickstarter are making his role as a startup investor more challenging.
The way most Americans pay for college -- a patchwork system of loans, grants, and scholarships from colleges -- was largely created generations ago, when fewer people went to college and when the price tag of a college was a lot less.