Success at a Cost

While I was a success, I was working more than 12 hours a day.

That meant I had very little time for my family, if at all. What’s worse, many times I caught myself thinking about my work while I was with my family!

When my second child was born in 2013, I decided to make my family the priority.

As time is a finite resource, there’s some trade-offs here. More time with family meant less time at work. And since how much I earn depends on how much time I spent at work, less time at work means less income.