What Would You Pay To Have Dinner With A Lost Loved One?
John Greathouse
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Another really wise post, John, thanks for writing it. Building a company often makes it difficult to gain the kind of perspective you’ve expressed. I think this reiterates the importance of working on problems that if solved could really make the world a better place. Entrepreneurship and sacrifice go hand in hand, so it’s worth making sure that the opportunity cost of our time isn’t squandered on projects that aren’t able to significantly improve the lives of others. Perhaps the how and why of where we spend our time is a ceaseless balancing act.

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