Tonight I watched a customer of a product complain publicly about buying the product, then being upset that a discount code was made available after they purchased it, & the company didn't honor the discount code for her. She was *not* happy. Here's what I have to say about that...
The amount you pay for something is what you value it at, when you buy it. So possibly consider being grateful for getting something that aligns with your value level at the time. Be grateful that you were able to pay for it and support a growing company.
Back last year, I paid a LOT of money for a business coaching program. It was a stretch for me, but I knew it was worth it. Just a couple weeks after I paid for it, the owner of the company had a Black Friday special for 40% off. My first thought was, "Huh..."
Then I spent half a second deciding if I was going to be upset, or if I was going to be grateful for the training I received at the price I valued it at in the first place. I chose the latter. It felt much better than being grumpy about not getting the lower price.
I offer products & programs/trainings at full price & discounted prices all the time. Some are a small investment, & some are a very large investment (depending on who you talk to)...
Bargaining can be fun, but let go of the poverty mentality, & decide what you really value something at, before you purchase it. This is called abundance. Win-Win.
It's ALL in perspective, ya'll.
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