You throw out this hypothetical to make a point, but it nearly mirrors a real and relevant…
Jessica Guzik
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As a millennial, and it’s just my personal belief, I just don’t want to waste my life doing something I don’t enjoy. And even if I do enjoy something, I want to live a full life, and I wouldn’t want to spend 100 hours a week building a business. There’s more to life than work.

With that being said, I don’t expect that with this attitude I’ll be paid $100,000 a year or accidentally build an empire working 40 hours a week doing what I love. And I’m OK with it. I just want to enjoy my life and have time to read books, see my family, spend time with people I love, travel…

Many people say that millennials are arrogant and they want to work less and have more. No, I just want to work less and have less. It’s a perfect life for me.

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