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3 Reasons why Quality > Quantity....

3 Reasons why QUALITY >QUANTITY



Don't you just HATE cheap stuff?

Oh you do? 

Why do you buy it anyway?

We've all been victim to this mindset. Economic times are challenging right now, so I definitely understand trying to save a buck. I'm not here to knock that, just here to make you think. Here are 3 reasons you should prefer quality over quantity. If this doesn't make sense to you, cool, continue to chew your toenails on your lunch break..


1. YOU ENJOY QUALITY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES MORE!

They cost more for a reason. They work better. In most things, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! Yea, you could save a few dollars on the stripped down model, but why not enjoy your item to the fullest? I mean, you DID want it for that purpose or you wouldn't have bought it....

2.QUALITY LASTS LONGER!

Quality products and services last longer! Again, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! I can't stress this enough. Let's use the example of a tool. If you buy a cheaper tool, it's reliability may not be as strong as the superior product available. It may not work as well, reducing productivity. Worse case, it may break and you have to buy another one, and another one, and another one..... Yes, going to cheap route can cost you MORE! Who'da thunk it?

3.IF YOU'RE CHEAP, YOU'LL FEEL CHEAP!

Ever wear cheap dress clothes and you feel cheap? Nah? me either! Invest in some decent slacks and a nice sport coat and FEEL the difference! You'll feel like a millionaire even if you only have a pocket full of copper coins! Apply that to the services and products that you use. Quality doesn't always mean expensive either :) Search for quality that fits in your budget.

Morals of the story?

If the quality item works better, you'll feel better about it. You get what you pay for. Feel good, it's worth it...The end.

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