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Internal Scorecard #18: Habit Disruption Due to Travel

On SEBASTIAN MARSHALL

INTERNAL SCORECARD #18: Habit Disruption Due to Travel

I write up these "Internal Scorecards" to look at production, productivity, habits. This particular edition will cover a broad mix of topics, from 6 October to 23 October.

We're traveling in this edition, so you can see how habits hold up when on the road.

BACKGROUND

I flew to Bangkok via Singapore on October 14th for the DCBKK conference on October 18th. I stayed in Singapore one day en route, and will leave Bangkok on October 24th.

Revisit: Opportunity Cost: A Quiz

On Econoception

Let us revisit the question on opportunity cost posted a few days back.

Suppose you won a free ticket to see an Eric Clapton concert tonight. You can't resell it. Bob Dylan is performing on the same night and his concert is the only other activity you are considering. A Dylan ticket costs $40 and on any given day you would be willing to pay as much as $50 to see him perform. (In other words, if Dylan tickets sold for more than $50, you would pass on the opportunity to see him even if you had nothing else to do.) There is no other cost of seeing either performer.

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There were only three people who responded to this question. Two chose $0 and the other chose $40. All of them got it wrong!

Here's the solution from the book:

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