"The truth is, nobody is actually paid 'what they are worth.' You are underpaid for a long time and then if you stick with it long enough you get overpaid. It's one or the other. Unfortunately, most people don’t have the discipline to stick with things long enough to make it into the 'overpaid' zone."
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