Quality and Value

A while back, I did a post on purchase decisions (A Simple Approach to Purchase Decisions
), I would add to that approach with my desire to acquire other elements in my purchase.  When I spend my money, besides the end benefit of the product or service, I always try to get two other elements in my purchases and expenditures:

  1. Quality
  2. Value

How do I secure these traits?  I ask myself some questions:

  • Is it well made?
  • Is it built to last?
  • Is it a good exchange for my money?
  • Is it a time saver?
  • Is it a money saver?
  • Is it a money maker?
  • Is it warrantied?
  • Is it guaranteed?
  • What else am I getting? (See Multi-Purpose, Residual Benefits, and By-Products)

Have I succeeded every time?  No, but I try.  I try to capture quality and value each and every time.


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