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Have you ever wondered why you make certain choices when buying or selling? Is it always about getting the best price, or does the experience matter more? Why do we stick to old habits and methods that no longer serve us well?

What We Discuss In This Episode

In this solo episode, I explore the intricate and often overlooked dynamics of price versus experience in our buying and selling decisions. This discussion is not just theoretical but deeply rooted in real-world scenarios that affect every one of us. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, this episode will challenge the way you think about transactions and help you achieve superior outcomes.

One of my big question is, “Why are you still so loyal to the things that brought you to where you are now if they’re not getting you where you need to go?”

I highlight how our choices are significantly influenced by our conditioning, past experiences, and the biases we’ve developed over time. This foundational understanding sets the stage for a deeper exploration into why we make the decisions we do and how we can start making better ones.

I also share a humorous yet enlightening story about a pot roast and a small pan to illustrate how ingrained behaviors can persist through generations, even when the original reason for those behaviors no longer exists. This anecdote serves as a metaphor for how we often stick to outdated practices simply because “that’s the way it’s always been done.”

Tune in as I unravel the complexities of price versus experience and learn how to make more informed, satisfying decisions in our buying and selling journeys.

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