How to walk away from Wall Street and change the world

Four years ago, I received a very funny email from a whip-smart, just-laid-off Hong Kong banker looking to vent. He sent links to news stories about traders getting indicted:

“This guy sat about 30 feet from me. This guy sat about 15 feet from me,” he wrote. “They’re only the people who got caught.”

It was time for my nephew Dave Mullaney to take stock and change his life. When he did, he changed the world in ways you may notice, or not, until a by-then-elderly Barron Trump trods the hopefully-still-there beach at Mar-a-Lago around 2070. And that’s a lesson to keep in mind — not just as you manage your money, but as you look at your own career and life.

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