• Richard Avery

Why money and value aren't the same

A big reason why I promote individuals and businesses to develop more than purely monetary rewards from their work, is that money and value aren’t the same thing.

If we’re using money as a yardstick for value, what happens when a dollar is worth less tomorrow (which it is)?

Meaningful work is about creating something more powerful than just a few dollars.

When we do meaningful work, we have a tribe of people needing us to show up every day, because we make their lives better.

When you have a good day at work, is it the day that you make the most money, or is it the day that you help people the best?

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