Don’t Confuse Expensive With Priceless

If you are so focused on price that you miss the quality, the expense may overtake you in other areas.

With poor quality something gives. That’s the problem with being focused strictly on price. It creates blinders to the true overall cost.

No, we should not confuse expensive with priceless. They are two different categories, though many times they are aligned. The cost of quality or the lack thereof surfaces in poor workmanship.

I can’t afford the costs of cheapness. And I try to deliver high quality every time.

As you are choosing what you deliver every day, it’s easy to separate from the pack around this one mindset. Make your work priceless.

Published by Don Dalrymple

I grow businesses through partnerships and executive coaching. I work with partners and clients on strategy, systems, team building and growing revenue.

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