At Microsoft, we always talk about how someone "adds value". The Holy Grail for all employees is to find new ways to add even more value to our products and services and ultimately our users and shareholders. I've spent fifteen years trying to figure it out for myself and lead others to add more value.
Turns out I should have just gone to Hong Kong. There's a machine there where you can add value just by putting money into it. Damn, this would have saved me a lot of time and energy.
(Actually, the machine lets you put more money on a subway stored value card, but the name and the image were too juicy to resist.)