All posts in " opportunity cost "

The greatest risk = taking no risks!

By Dave Henning / March 27, 2022

“It sounds contradictory, but the greatest risk is taking no risks.  Not only does it maintain the status quo, but it’s also a recipe for regret.  More specifically, inaction regret. . . .  In the short term, we tend to regret the mistakes we’ve made.  In the long term?  We regret the opportunities we’ve missed […]


Counting opportunity cost – spiritually speaking

By Dave Henning / February 5, 2020

“Spiritually speaking, counting opportunity cost is a moral calculation that involves a measure of faith.  And few things are more critical when it comes to your future. . . .   Sure, you can maintain the status quo and there will be no net loss.  There is no actual cost.  But the opportunity cost is […]


Opportunity cost

By Dave Henning / October 20, 2016

“Opportunity cost . . . the loss of potential gain when an opportunity isn’t seen and seized.”-  Mark Batterson Mark Batterson concludes Chapter 12 of Chase the Lion by discussing how to avoid living in delayed obedience.  Therefore, Mark lists three steps that make up “The Art of the Start.”  Give: yourself a start date- […]

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