Why humans are complicated?
I have no answer.
Human behavioural style is unpredictable! Hats off!
Humans are after the things that come cheaper.
Humans have become a slave to discount philosophy.
The psychology is that the cheaper the product, the greater the savings.
Nothing far from the truth.
Another contrasting habit of humans!
There is also another peculiar behaviour of humans. It’s just the opposite.
Some people spend fortunes on expensive things. (these items may not worthy of that price range)
This is known as the ‘Marketing placebo effect’.
My friend, here your brain is tricking you into liking the so-called ‘Costly items’.
Here the higher the cost greater the quality plays a dominant role in brainwashing you to shed your wallet weight.
How many features that are available in your costly phone you use daily?
Somewhere I read that we hardly utilize less than 10% of the features, a costly phone has!
If it is so why buy a costly phone when you know that you are not going to use all the features?
About the image above
In the image above you see a house being constructed.
When the builder offers you expensive additions, you start dreaming about a beautiful garden, a swimming pool, sun facing balcony, etc etc and you enter into a different world and happy mood and don’t mind stressing your finances.
Am I correct?
Everybody owes to our lenders and this continues till our death. So be wise while spending your hard-earned money.
Cheap vs Costly
We forget that ‘Cheap’ means you must be willing to spend more at a later stage.
But who cares?
“The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”
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3 thoughts on “What is cheap is always the most costly-German proverb”
Well, you’ve opened up that can of words, Philo, LOL! I am more of a middle-ground sort when it comes to purchases, not the cheapest, and not the most expensive. Great way to interpret the theme, and what a structure you shared!
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Thank you Terri.
And your policy is the best.
I wish this should become a norm.
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