Note: my male readers may need to look at the bigger picture.
On Monday I scheduled a must-needed eyebrow waxing before leaving to speak in New York. The woman I normally go to, Olga, wasn’t available at the time I wanted. Her replacement assured me she was trained in the same manner as Olga and could offer me a discount this week.
I took it. You know the rest of the story. I ended up going home after my waxing and cleaning up the chop job the woman had done.
In these days of a poor economy, cheap and convenient can be tempting criteria to use when we make purchases. We need to put quality back on top of the criteria list.
From eyebrow waxing to choosing a coach or buying a home, spending wisely means getting great value for our dollars. Results trump savings in the long run.