Every Opportunity Has a Cost

“Our default answer to opportunities should always be a ‘no,’ with grace. If our default state is rejecting opportunities, then we’ll surely take on less, because in order for a ‘yes’ to happen we need to be doubly convinced that it’s worth it, either by the person presenting it to us convincing us that it’s a good idea or internally convincing ourselves.”

There are an infinite number of opportunities out there for you…and that’s dangerous.

Paul Jarvis explains why and points out every opportunity has a cost.

He suggests you consider the cost of every opportunity and use that analysis to focus your action and get better at saying no.