Picture Post: How we associate Value April 24th, 2013

Vinod Kumar

Price is what you pay, Value is what you get – Warren Buffet

The meaning for value is not understood by many of us. Value can be perceived as the worth we attach to something. This can be to almost everything in life – from materials, friendship, success, love etc. In this post, thought to share a visualization that I felt was very compelling and relevant.

Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are – Malcolm S. Forbes

In this age of fast foods and buying power of parents have gone up. It is quite difficult to many to teach their kids the value for things they purchase. Keeping your kids happy is important, but making them earn it is even more critical in my opinion. Do we succumb to our weakness and want to give the best to our kids? Are we thinking in our decisions? Are we making them feel what it takes to own one? This generation kids are into tremendous peer pressure that they hardly know what it takes to fail, what it takes to earn your bread.

You don’t get paid for the hour. You get paid for the value you bring to the hour – Jim Rohn

How many of you agree to this concept? Do you think we don’t understand the value of something when we have it by our side – be it relationship, friendship, materials etc? Would love to hear your thoughts.

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One Response to “Picture Post: How we associate Value”

  1. Yep, we don’t, but we should and that is an additional effort that everyone has to make(always ask the question what would it be without…), because otherwise (especially in relationships), as you pointed out already, we will value what we haD after we lose it. Then, though, most of the times is late. Too late.

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