Episode 173


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By Carter Fisk & Mo Siddiqui, Carter Fisk, and Mo Siddiqui. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Can being cheap cost you more, be it in money, time or stress? There are some situations where spending more money almost guarantees a better good or service. In this episode Carter and Mo talk about the problem with being cheap, finding reputable contractors and missing opportunities in business and jiu-jitsu by being too focused on one thing.

• The bad parts about not training (02:13)
• Mental benefits of training (04:43)
• Are there situations when there is a benefit to not taking action? (08:49)
• People buy from people they trust (11:57)
• Why Carter hates an empty job site on a weekday (13:31)
• The value of paying more money for a reputable contractor (16:00)
• If you think you are saving money, you are probably investing more time and dealing with more stress (18:28)
• When you stop training you can develop a false sense of how good you are at jiu-jitsu (21:17)
• You have to put yourself in bad positions and learn from real experience (23:27)
• Missing opportunities in training by being so focused on certain techniques (25:45)
• The time Carter was so focused on one thing he didn’t see the opportunities in from of him (29:22)

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