Applying Cost of Delay Theory

In this post, we tell a story from a situation where Brian came face-to-face with the Inner Critic, and how reducing the cost of delay in addressing the nonsense, he moved on not just to surviving but thriving.

Turn up the good!

What type of content would you like us to ‘turn up’! What are you interested in? Remember to focus on who we want to be and how to get there – in our own special quirky way. It is harder than it seems to focus on the outcomes we want, and not the dog poo we want to avoid. But doing so will train our brains to have a cognitive bias toward the good, the gracious and the beauty in the world.