Costly Decisions

The costs of experience & previous investment are not good enough reasons to hold to inadequate practices.

Letting go and saying stop can be among the hardest decisions when you invest so much into trying to make an idea succeed. But not saying stop is a costly decision.

Opportunity cost is always greatest.



PS – On another note, the next episode of the Mafost Mashup posts tonight. I’d like to also recommend Danny Bauer’s Better Leaders Better SchoolsDanny recently sat with me for an episode of the Mafost Mashup, and I’ll be sharing that transcript next week.