“Nobody in the kitchen of that Holiday Inn was doing work that they loved. Instead, they were doing work that needed to be done—not only for the hotel to operate, but so that Mark could pay his mortgage and Cameron could make rent. So that Larry could buy more guns and Ken could take his girlfriends on dates. And so that Dan could work the impossible magic of supporting his wife and eight children, give or take a few, on a dishwasher’s salary.”