Big cities have a pace. They move at a certain speed. And if you live in such cities, you are bound to move at a certain pace or speed. It is like running on a treadmill.
Every place has a velocity. Mumbai has its velocity. Mumbai operates at a certain pace. If you happen to be there, you are bound to operate at a certain pace. The transit, the fast food, the people, everything has a high pace. And speed is efficiency. Every minute spent in Mumbai is more valuable than every minute spent in Pune (a two-tier city), the place I currently live. Hence every minute you work in Mumbai will give you more money than every minute you work in Pune.
When you decide to live in any city, you make a choice to run at a certain speed. If you don’t match that speed, you tend to trip. Just like you select the speed on a treadmill.
Select a city that matches your speed.