I’m weather arbitraging right now.
I’m comparing sun and snow conditions in Vail with weather conditions in New York.
Looking ten days ahead on weather.com I’m figuring out my best bet.
I said to my buddy, it is sunny every day in Vail and I am waiting for the sun to come out in New York.
He corrected me, “Sun dresses, you mean!”
Perhaps, but nonetheless, it is a question of where do you want to be right now?
That can be a hard question to answer, but it becomes easier when you think of the question differently.
It isn’t a question about whether you want to be here or there or do this or that, it is a question of what you value right now.
What do you value?
Do you value what you are doing more than you value what you would be doing elsewhere?
How do you value it? Is this the right way to value it?
What’s another way to value it?
When you ask these types of questions, you take your mind into new ways of thinking.
From here you see my arbitrage isn’t about weather.
It is a question of, what do I value right now?
The finite days of spring skiing or my life in New York I am excited to get back to?