It’s expressed over and over that quality should always be over quantity. It is one of three factors to profiting most from a product.
1. Lowest Price
2. Best Service
3. Best Quality
But I am not telling you to choose quality over quantity.
Sure quantity over quality had its spotlight at one time. But the light has since gone dim. It flickers from time to time and that is how we got generic brands or bulk items. There are times in life that we can forget the quality of something for the quantity. Do you really want to spend 60 dollars on one new quality toy for your four-year old? Or purchase 10 toys for 60 dollars? Especially when you know that if you paid extra for the one toy, the chances of a four-year old breaking it is pretty high.
But I am not telling you to choose quantity over quality again either.
So What’s The Q-Fusion
Why is it that you have to choose quality or quantity with a product? Why do we have to place one over the other?
You know what you can do? Put them on the same level and see what happens. Yes, I’m telling you to use both. If we are talking about importance then sure quality is the most important, but that doesn’t mean quality can’t be completed at a steady pace. Nor can you argue that a quantity of quality will always make you — not just A winner, but THE winner. A winner in sales, in business…in life.
Abraham Lincoln said, “And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” — Quality
I will add, “And don’t settle for a bit of life in each year, go all out” — Quantity
Stay Positive and Synthesized
Garth E. Beyer