Psychic Income

Psychic Income

The value of an item over and above its cost. For example, one may spend $100,000 on one's first house, but this is offset psychologically by the pride of owning a home. Psychic income is intangible, but can add value.
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I think successful entrepreneurs want to give back to get that psychic income and create economic vibrancy in the region and the state," Kaplan said
Work contributes to essential relationships that yield crucial psychic income.
Rather, I posited that this $100 of benefit would take the form of pure subjective and psychic income.
You have to really derive what I call a lot of psychic income from being in that kind of position of authority, recognition, adulation, exposure, all of that stuff.
The psychic income has been discussed in the preceding nine joys of directorship.
However if I'm allowed to count the psychic income associated with personal learning, working with brilliant professionals and helping shape my profession, then the net profits are huge.
To be sure, real income is important, but psychic income is even more important.
NEW-YORK CITY--"There is a psychic income of having helped, that I've done my lit tie part and that I've given something back to the community," says Earle I.
I have yet to see any investment analysis on a PC show anything other than a negative return - unless you count employee satisfaction and thrills as psychic income and part of the ROI.
The spot in the crowd can readily be defined if one is a physician or teacher, but too many workers are trapped in jobs that don't really engage them and that carry little psychic income.
The left (consensus) fork, which leads to sinecure, security and stability; or the right fork (proactive), which leads to not only risk but also to recognition, personal and financial rewards -- and a high degree of psychic income, which is very important to some who operate on a high kinetic energy level?
These assets provide no income, other than psychic income to employees when displayed in the offices, and none at all when sitting in storage.