The Cost of Not Doing.


What is the cost?

What is the cost of indecision?

There are limits to what we are capable of doing. Those limits create the cost structure of a decision. For example, you want to go to a live event, but you also have to practice for a play you are staring in. Now it would seem like an easy decision to go to the show and make up the practice later. But that is not how it works. You are less practiced, but worse yet, you have proven that you aren’t committed. The cost of the show is your integrity. Am I blowing this out of proportion? The cost of being the best, being your best, might be events that don’t matter. For instance the live show depends on the performers not you cheering them on. Your show, your play depends on you practicing, and missing one could matter more than you think. The cost could be nailing the part or just memorizing lines.

The cost of just watching the world go by is not being prepared when your opportunity comes.