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Gisela McKay

President and Co-Founder, pixcode

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What would you do differently if money was truly "no object"?

I don't mean the basic "what would you do if you had enough money to afford to do what you want" I mean if it were truly not a factor.

1. If money weren't a factor in self-esteem: i.e. no one in your sphere were going to judge you based on your salary or job title.

2. If even every whim could be satisfied, not just your basic life needs.

Whether you want to pretend you have acquired a great benefactor/patron or it is a century or two in the future and replicator technology has shifted our way of being in the world, what would you spend your days doing if it weren't about fashioning a career or earning a living?

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    Dec 29 2011: If money weren't a factor I would create a project to provide food, drinking water, home, health services and education to every single human been in this world.

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