Sunday, January 17, 2010
You Are a Millionaire
A human life is priceless, but ever heard of the $6 million man? Guess what? To determine the value of a human life, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reviews what people are willing to pay to avoid certain risks and how much employers pay employees to take certain risks. This number is anywhere between $6 and $8 million. The point of bringing this number to your attention, is that at times people can feel less valuable than they really are. When looking at yourself in the mirror in the morning know that you are priceless and also consider yourself a multi-million asset to those who are coming up with these estimates.