Tag: career

What’s the right way to assess value?

My wife and I are searching for a new home to better accommodate our growing family, and we recently visited one that we really liked. The house is great. It has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a finished basement and attic, and a covered garage. It’s really spacious and everything is brand new. The house is […]

Opportunity cost of your career decisions

Opportunity cost is such a powerful concept that can both hold you back or propel you in making decisions, depending on your situation. According to Investopedia, opportunity cost is defined as the loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen. Put another way, what you missed out on if you selected another option. […]

What’s your version of winning the Super Bowl?

I’m a big NY Giants fan, so I was totally pumped when they won the Super Bowl this past Sunday. But as I watched the Super Bowl parade yesterday and saw all the players’ and fans’ happiness, I thought to myself – What’s the normal person’s equivalent of winning the Super Bowl? We’re all professionals […]