Reminded today that deciding to do one thing is deciding not to do something else–that the root of the word “decide” is to “cut off”.

As a small business, the opportunity costs for even your best decisions are huge: the best gig you’ve got is another customer you didn’t meet.

Proud of our latest decisions, and hope I’m up to owning the consequences.

Featured Posts

Follow Along

Stay up to date with the latest news & examples from SeedCode

2 Comments

  • Thanks, what a nice reminder John. 🙂

  • Succinct and well said. Tricky to second-guess ourselves but that shouldn’t be an excuse for not challenging ourselves either. I certainly hope I’m making good business decisions!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check out some of our other posts ...

New Longer Timescales for DayBack

Resource Scheduling Swimlanes You can now extend the pivoted scheduling view in DayBack to show items by week instead of solely by day. This lets

FileMaker Summer Camp – Recap

Unconference Sessions If you missed Pause in October, here’s a look at the sessions that attendees hosted. All the sessions are listed in this post

Subscribe to DayBack Updates & Status

Subscribe to DayBack’s latest features and example code at our new site: updates.dayback.com You’ll find new features and documentation, as well as the status and

COMPANY

FOLLOW ALONG

Stay up to date with the latest news & examples from SeedCode

© 2023 SeedCode, Inc.