This is a fantastic question.
This chart is Github's official link to help you choose a software license.
Interesting that EVERY license they've listed requires the exact same terms for "Commercial" and "Private" use, which doesn't make any sense considering the funding needs of software and difference in ability to pay, especially from very large organizations.
(Note, I'm not saying there shouldn't be options that allow the same terms for commercial and private use, I'm saying it's very strange that not one single option that treats those two differently is listed, regardless of open source ideologies.)
One ANSWER is to use the
All Rights Reserved license:
All Rights Reserved
Then you can just sell licenses to organizations and exempt individuals from license requirements.