Did you know that the vast amount of buying decisions are based upon emotion?
Did you know that most buying decisions are made on a snap judgement?
Hey, I’ve been there myself. I’ve seen something and said to myself, ‘I’ve got to have one’ and before I know it, I’ve whipped out my credit card. The excitement soon passes, and it either ends up on the shelf or in the garage, gathering dust.
I’ve bought study systems, language courses, exercise equipment – the list is endless. Here are a few tips to follow before you put your hand into your wallet.
- Take a day to cool off (at least)
- Speak to your partner or friends
- Write down what it will enable you to have/be/do
- Can you cope well enough without it?
- Can you actually afford it?
If you still really want it, check out second-hand versions or look on eBay for a discounted version. See if you can borrow it for a while to test it out.
If anyone wants a used bullworker and chest expander, by the way please contact me.
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