No, not for the purposes of this fun question. Note I said very rich or very skilled. So, to add more definition:
Very rich = You have more money than you will ever need, so money is no object for anything at all, as far as cost is concerned, you can cover it. You will never have to work again for money if you don't want to.
Very skilled = You can turn your hand at anything, you can master new skills very quickly, you can understand things fast, you are extremely adaptable, you are extremely capable. Most tasks that are required for a successful life you can perform yourself.
Very rich, as you can buy other people's skills to fix your car, mend your roof, fit a new kitchen etc. Whilst they're doing all that, you have free time to explore the world, meet people and live a little.
Skilled might sound appealing to some but in a binary situation like this I'd rather not have all my time taken up using my skill to do boring jobs.
I suppose the way I'm looking at your question is that money effectively buys you time as well as the skills of others and it's the free time I value above the self satisfaction of fixing my own toilet.