Jay W Lorsch and Thomas J Tierney

Maximizing one of life’s variables (such as net worth) usually comes at the direct expense of others (such as free time). More money is better only if the tradeoffs it requires don’t undermine other dimensions of your desired point of arrival. Even the wealthiest among us agree that at some level, money has diminishing marginal returns. But since money is a common scorecard, it can gradually become an end in and of itself-with the consequence that more always seems better.

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