A Quote by unknown on happy, sad, cost price, cost, and price

the price for finding happiness is directly and inversely related to the cost of being sad.


Source: my braintrust

Contributed by: mostdiggity

A Quote by Stephen Shapiro on business, value, and cost

In your life, how do you determine what you are willing to pay for goods and services? Is it based on what you paid in the past? Is it determined by how much money you have in your bank account? Or is it determined by the “real” value you receive?

In your business, how do you determine what you will pay your employees or consultants? Is it based on market rates (which may or may not be a determinant of value)? Is it based on your budget? Is it based on what you paid your last consultant? Or is it based on the “real” value you receive?

Don’t be fooled. Value and cost are not related. Stop being a cynic. Determine the value of everything – and decide what you pay based on that.

Stephen Shapiro

Source: Oscar Wilde Was Right:

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Abigail Van Buren on sell, experiences, cost, and millionaires

If we could sell our experiences for what they cost us, we would all be millionaires.

Abigail Van Buren (1918 -)

Contributed by: RainbowBright

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