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Tuesday, August 25, 2009


What is the first question you ask when considering a purchase? How much does it cost? Or, What value will I get by investing in this item? The same questions also apply to choosing a home-based business.

Sometimes price and value have absolutely no connection. We have all seen products priced many times over what they are worth. That is not value, merely an expense. But occasionally you find a product or service that has great worth at a very low cost. That is true value. Which would you rather have?

1 comment:

  1. Price or Value? Sometimes, we also find items that are in a higher price category, but well worth the investment. Often, low-priced items are of poor quality and yield, yet we are tempted to buy them because the initial investment is so small. This can apply to clothing, dishwashing liquid, etc. I think we have to start looking at buying 'Made in Canada', or at the very least made in North America products. The current economic crisis is a good indicator that we need to start supporting our country's economy, if not for our sake, for the sake of our children and grandchildren!
    - Camille