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02/14/2017

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Cody Janousek

Having just come from our Capstone class where we discussed risk and feasibility, I think your question at the end has extreme relevance. To me, I think the risk I care about the most is wasting my time. Time is money, resources, but literally my life and what I exert myself towards. Depending on the lever I might weight the risk differently if it has a larger or smaller payout perceived for the amount of time that I'm going to devote towards trying to change. If something demands a large amount of my time and has little payout, then I'm less likely to pursue it. This desire to undergo the different levers has nothing to do with their efficiency, though, so I find myself at a standstill. I am interested to discuss this during class.

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