Pay package is not the primary objective of work.
Never work to be paid but work to be made.
What you’re paid will be spent no matter the volume but what you are made remains as your lasting assets.
What you are made sticks to you all your lifetime and even beyond as an asset to those living around you.
What you are made is ever more valuable than what you are paid.
Jesus called Peter not to be paid but to be made.
In any given assignment don’t look for what you will be paid but, what you will be made.
I’ll rather be made than be paid.
Pay is a prodigious settlement, the prodigal’s son’s future was bleak when he relied on pay until he returned to be made.