The Dream

by Captain Walker

Categories: Music and Song, Humanities

What’s the big dream!! Well, you who reads this might have to spend 44 seconds of your life checking it out. Oh dear – too much time! When I wrote about value in reading books, I did a Venn Diagram.

Overnight, I realised that ‘cost’ could be seen as ‘risk’. However, ‘risk’ could be anything where there is a probability of adverse outcome. So, I did a visualisation of four factors that could apply to many things in life.

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