Is Bigger Better? Is Quantity Your Measuring Stick?
First, as a heads up, I’m leaving town soon, for a very L-O-O-N-G overdue vacation somewhere out in a nearby ocean where it’s warm, where there are no clients of mine… and actually no computers either.
In fact, chances are outstanding if you DO hear from me; it won’t be on a regular basis. I’ll be bone-fishing, swimming, smoking cigars, drinking champagne, reading and doing a whole lot of nothing next week, and like I said, this has been a long time comin’.
Anyway, it being near the holidays and all, I’ve been making a few observations about things lately.
Have you ever noticed that really young kids tend to want a whole bunch of little things that individually don’t really cost a lot, but can add up to a lot? And not only are their gifts little, but ALL the things they seem to want, break into like, a thousand pieces all over the place?
Who builds this stuff? Do they really think a box of crap that has more plastic pieces in it than a table-top jigsaw puzzle is a smart gift for young kids?
I mean, what’s up with that?
And then, as the kids get older — to be teens and pre-teens, they still want “small-sized” gifts, but now they cost more. Video games, video game players, ipods, TV’s, all that jazz.
So not only are the kids causing you more headaches, but now you (literally) have to pay more for this privilege. This also doesn’t seem fair, does it?
And of course, if you keep your eyes opened — you know that we as adults usually get bigger-sized gifts, and even more expensive gifts. Maybe some new tools for yourself, or furniture for the house, a bedroom set, whatever.
The point is, why do we always want more? I’m not saying this is bad or anything, because frankly I don’t know if it is, but… it’s very intriguing, isn’t it? Because we want more not just in “toys” or books, or cigars, or whatever floats your boat, but we also always want more success, more money, and more business.
More more more!
Is quantity our measuring stick? I’m going to try and do some research on this one and let you know what I come up with.
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Now go sell something, Craig Garber
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