Opportunity Cost

The cost of what you have forgone for what you have chosen.

Sometimes you shouldn’t mind the count. Sometimes, you just have to do what you have to do. But don’t let it add up to too much. Twenty years down the line, you wouldn’t want to have sleepless nights counting lost opportunities, when you could be lying on your bed, fondly remembering the opportunities had the courage to take. Moreover, you wouldn’t want to turn out a boring ol’ grandpa/ grandma with no incredible true stories to narrate and dazzle your grandchildren every night.

Don’t be a boring ol’ grandpa or grandma. Change something. Make what you have worth what you’ve forgone. Choose to do things you’d be glad and proud to share. And imagine how you’d share it. Its never too early to start rehearsing.


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