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Have you got what you paid for?

I was cooking the other day, making a stroganoff casserole. Something I hadn't made for ages.

I went to the supermarket to buy beef. I didn't have much time so buying pre-diced beef seemed like it was a good, practical option. However, as I started to make the meal, I realised that what I'd bought wasn't the best quality of beef. Even before it was cooked it felt a bit rubbery. I looked at the packaging and it said ‘Beef”. It didn’t say what kind of beef or where it came from. In fact, it didn't say anything other than “Beef” and that was allegedly “Extra lean and tasty”. Mmmm-hmmm!

Sometimes we invest in what we think is the right solution. When doing so, it's important to make sure we’re getting what we pay for and that it’s going to deliver the outcome we want.

Have you ever paid for something but found yourself with an unexpected result? 🤔


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