Larry Kosilla was on his way to the big leagues of finance. After graduating college, he landed a job on Wall Street, trading natural gas commodities at the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Money was going to buy him happiness, and, more specifically, expensive cars.
But soon, he realized that he didn't actually want to buy happiness. He wanted to do what he loved, which was to be around expensive cars most of the time.
So Kosilla decided to forego the hefty paycheck and instead pursue what he was passionate about: washing and caring for cars.