I'm back! It was a nice a little break in the action but I'd be lying if I didn't say I am happy to be back into the swing of things. One morning over the weekend I was up before everybody else so I decided to catch up on some blog's I was behind on. I came across an interesting thought by our friend Seth Godin on the value of a dollar.
He uses the price war between Uber and Lyft to illustrate an interesting point about pricing. Asking us, "what kind of person buys the cheap ride, the ride with the angry-stressed out drivers?" Is there more value than you think in a dollar more? Some people always want the cheapest despite any sacrifice. Perhaps we shouldn't always be blinded by bottom line cost.
Crush the day!