Money is Not Evil.
Money is a tool. It does not inherently corrupt. Having it does not need to change your identity. A lot of people who care about social justice have mixed feelings about this. Try this: Who do you admire? Mindy Kaling, Toni Morrison, Jon Stewart, and Amy Poehler are each worth over $15 million. And everyone you admire who doesn’t have a lot of money is someone whose projects could use money from people like you. Pick an awesome famous rich person as a money role model. Then unabashedly pitch yourself for projects, ask for raises, and look for ways to generate income. Aim for the top prize. Be persistent. Keep your role model in mind.
Money is not evil. It just magnifies the personality of whoever holds it. And you have a pretty great personality
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