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Saying 'yes' to something automatically means saying 'no' to other possibilities. This is known as Opportunity Cost. It translates into the potential benefits that we miss by choosing one option over another.
Subconsciously we are aware that we can't do everything we want at the same time. However, when we are more aware of this concept, we can make better decisions.
It's easy to overlook the cost of hypothetical opportunities. But if neglected, opportunity costs will negatively impact your life, career, and relationships.
Our first ideas are not always the best. At any given time, we have multiple options when it comes to spending our time.
We can't do everything. We have to make choices. When we get clear on our priorities, we will be able to eliminate many options and in the process, make better decisions.
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