To assess how much of value you're getting out of something, you've got to first know how much it's costing you.
Generally, the more valuable an object, the higher the cost. We often discuss the rising cost of living in relation to fuel prices, rental costs etc. but we forget to assess the actual price we pay for the lifestyles we choose.
So how are you paying for your current life? We pay for bigger & better businesses by investing time and energy in them (and there's nothing wrong with this) but if you're taking time away from your loved ones, is it really worth it? If you're ignoring your health to make sure your career progresses are you really getting a good deal? How will you buy good health?
If you're paying for more money by ignoring the people who care for you, are you really getting wealthier?
Too many people reach the end of their lives only to find that they've exchanged their health for money they can't enjoy fully. They discover that they've exchanged great relationships with their parents, spouses & children for a career that they gave them temporary wealth and nothing else. Ask yourself what your life is costing you and if you're paying too much (i.e. sacrificing the things and people who matter the most for the things that will eventually matter the least) muster up the courage to make the changes your life needs and step into the great life you were born to live.
No matter how much you love an object, it can never love you back. Invest time and effort into your relationships, your health and your mind. These are worth paying for.
You owe it to yourself to lead a life you can be proud of.