Sunk costs, creativity and your Practice

“Ignore sunk costs” is the critical lesson of useful decision making. The thing you earned, that you depend on, that was hard to do–it’s a gift from your former self. Just because you have a law degree, a travel agency or the ability to do calligraphy in Cyrillic doesn’t mean that your future self is […]


This entry originally appeared at seths.blog/2021/05/sunk-costs-creativity-and-your-practice, and may be a summary or abridged version.