Timing, Options, & Opportunity Costs
Patrick Mathieson
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Opportunity is like a train. It’s not going to stop too long for you to make your decision. It’s going to keep on going, with or without you. There will be other trains, sure. But not hopping on one that’s passing by can certainly cause some stress and anxiety.

Patrick — an interesting, if not impossible, follow up to your post would be how to evaluate new opportunities and create a decision framework around them.

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