Let’s get one thing clear. Here at zahnarzt-planet.com, we’re big on proper instructions. We really are. If you want to get to the bottom of any kind of selection, you have to first have parameters. We’re not talking about any regular parameters; we’re talking about parameters that do a good job. You have to look at the context of the choice and the outcome that you’re trying to get.
By pairing the process with the outcome, you increase the likelihood that you will be doing the right thing at the right time to produce the right results with the right people. Unfortunately, people don’t’ think this way. In fact, most people think very impulsively. They know that they have a problem so they run around like chickens with their heads cut off and basically jump on the very first solution that seems to somehow someway make sense.
Doing this way usually puts you in a deeper pit than where you started. In fact, you create more problems than you are solving. Unfortunately, most people are blind to this. They’re looking for instant relief. Little do they know that they’re ending up with temporary solutions for problems that they are somehow someway making permanent because in many cases, they keep spending hard earned dollars on the same solutions over and over again. This really is too bad. If it wasn’t so pathetic and sad, it would have been absolutely funny.
This is how most people operate. Give yourself a big favor, if you truly want to make a better decision regardless of whatever you’re on the market for, look for the very best. This is the key.
For example, if you look for the best sewing machine for home use, pay attention to the word “the best”. The best doesn’t mean what your friends and family members recommend, if that is the definition of “the best”, then it would mean that your friends and family members operate sewing machines in the exact same context as you.
If that is what “the best” means, then they have the same needs, aspiration, goals, hopes and dreams as you. As you can probably tell, none of these is true. We’re all different people. We come from different backgrounds. We have different experiences. We have different ways of looking at the world.
All these differences add up to quite a bit of difference and unfortunately, if we’re just going to be lazy and quickly pick up other people’s recommendations, we turn a blind eye to all these differences and we end up burning ourselves. This is why any definition that involves “the best”, must involve your context.
What are your specific needs? What problems are you trying to solve? How are these different from other people? How and where are you going to be doing things? What kind of outcomes are you looking for? You have to walk yourself through these hard questions for you to make the right decision time and time again. Ignore these questions and you will at best overpay for something or underpay for a product that is simply up to the job. Neither of these situations is good.
Do yourself a big favor and apply a little bit of time, effort and energy in finding what is truly the best in your particular context.