At the same time, you may find yourself having to make decisions that are a little more challenging. This is often how we get the best of ourselves. It’s okay to make decisions that have an impact on you.
The biggest obstacle to effective decision making is a lack of information. In fact, we don’t really have good information on making decisions. The best we can do is look at the big picture and determine if the consequences are worth the potential gains.
This is a great example of this. Many decisions, whether it is choosing furniture or making a purchase, have an impact on you. The big picture is important when looking at the decision, not the decision itself. To quote one of the big picture concepts, decision making is about how much to sacrifice to gain a greater reward. In other words, we must consider the consequences before making a decision.
Ok, so you have decided to buy a new car. You want to get the new car, so you go to the dealership and they look at it and tell you what they think the components will be worth. You’re all set, right? Wrong. The reality is that you don’t know exactly what you’re getting for your money because you didn’t take the time to look at the actual price of the car or the components.
In this case, you are going to be buying the car, and it could be a great day, or it could be a sad day, or it could be a horrible day. There are countless possible outcomes, but at this point you need to be prepared to accept that you dont know what youre getting.
There are many possibilities out there, but I would suggest you go with the first option. You know a car you want? You know a new vehicle, and you dont want to spend it on a new car. You can get from the car to the vehicle, and the car will give you an indication if you want to buy it.
Ok, so lets say your car is a Lexus.
And the new Lexus is $20K. They will have an “extra” $10K in the price, even if the original price was $30K to $35K. So in the end you are looking at a price of $30K for the car, which is $10K more than you can afford. And if you didnt buy it in a sale, you will be left with a lot of debt and have to sell it for much more than the price you paid.
While not a car buying situation, you can always get a loan on a car. But to be honest my experience with it has been much worse. In the beginning I would have a loan for a year or two then get a loan for the rest of my life.
The whole thing is a mess. The dealer, not the car company, is responsible for the car’s maintenance, so the dealership gets to keep the vehicle at least a year. Well, if you have a loan, then the dealership will be responsible for the car for at least a year. But when you’re buying a car you have to be responsible for it for at least three years.