Which Financial Bucket Would You Choose to Be In?

I want to propose a bit of a sociological experiment to all of you. Pick one:

  1. Make $250,000 a year working 40 or less hours per week.
  2. Make $500,000 a year working 40-50 hours per week.
  3. Make $750,000 a year working 50-75 hours per week.
  4. Make $1,000,000 a year working 75 or more hours per week.

Personally, I’d pick #2. I can’t tolerate more than 40-50 hours a week. There is no right answer, but you have to do what’s right for you. We all work at different cadences. We’re all at different points in our lives.

Which would you pick and why?

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