If someone told you there was a million dollars waiting for you in a bank and all you have to do it go and pick it up, you would be pretty excited. What if then you were told you it was in a bank 2 thousand miles away. Well, that's a set back, but you could just hop in your car and head to the bank.
What if then, you discovered you only have a half a tank of gas and because you have a much reduced income, you are not sure you can buy enough gas to make the trip. Then what? Well, you are going to let this stop you, it will be difficult, but you know you can do it. You don't really need much. If you adjust your lifestyle, maybe agree to take some cargo in your car, you will be able to get enough gas to get there.
Hell, even if you had to walk or hitch hike across country you would do it. It might take a several weeks or months to get there, but you know you can do it. You are determined and the promise of the pay off would change your life.
That's all well and good if you are single person. But what if your not? What if you have children? You have to bring them with you to get the million dollars. That changes the equation, doesn't it? You can't very well hitch hike with young children. It's just not safe. If you were traveling by yourself you could sleep in a bus station or even outside. But if you are traveling with children, you can't very well do that.
You really want the million dollars. You know that you can make the sacrifices necessary to get you there. But what about the others who rely on you? Can they make the sacrifice? It goes beyond will they support you, of course they will. But you still have to support them. What happens if you can't do that while you are traveling the road to the million dollars?
What do you do?
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