I think it’s human to be skeptical about anything that is new or unknown. Rightly so, you should be. But! There’s always a But, I recommend making impressions after you’ve had the complete information OR if you’ve tried it for yourself.

People buy stuff, and companies sell. That’s how companies survive. But the problem is most companies only focus on selling, not solving a problem. Selling is a by-product of solving a problem. Are you solving your problem by purchasing the “easy” ab machine? Are you solving your problem by purchasing “easy meal replacement shake”? Are you solving the problem with the “gym membership”? Yes or No, they’re still selling and you’re still buying. During the course or transaction, have you solved your problem?

Don’t purchase for the sake of purchasing or because it’s impulse buying. See if that product solves your problem.

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Coach V

Fitness Coach / Blogger at www.FitnessYodha.Com
An Engineer by profession and a Fitness Coach / Blogger by choice. You will find posts pertaining to Fitness, Nutrition, Humor, Movie Reviews and sometimes Physics and some Philosophy as well.

I write from my heart.
I'd write even if no one was reading.

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