Most of us have to make money. Whether its to pay the bills or support our kids and save for college, not many of us have the luxury of ignoring this fact.
But we do have to be careful of doing things strictly for the money. Doing a job just for the money can often have detrimental long term effects.
In a recent article in Entertainment Weekly, Chevy Chase is quoted as having done Fletch Lives just for the money. The outcome? What could have been a long lasting movie franchise met a swift end when Fletch Lives bombed.
Think twice about your motives when mulling over that new job offer or considering taking on additional projects. Taking the money now could cost you even more money down the line.
Sometimes it pays to hold off and put a couple things on the Underhill’s account until an opportunity you’re more passionate about comes along.