FOR EXAMPLE I SAW THIS AND THOUGHT THIS TAG LINE/HEADLINE: Don’t wait for good things to happen to you

FOR EXAMPLE I SAW THIS

You can’t let your failures define you. You have to let your failures teach you.

AND

The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope.

THOUGHT THIS

TAG LINE/HEADLINE:

Don’t wait for good things to happen to you

 

AND THIS

AND
THIS

AND FOR THIS

AND THIS

AND THIS

AND THIS WOULD BE SAME FOR ANY SERVICES

– WHERE – THE SERVICE PROVIDED FALLS UNDER – WHATS CALLED – EXPERIENCE GOOD – AS AS TO AVOID – POST CONSUMPTION DISSONANCE ALSO CALLED BUYER’S REMORSE

 

 

Buyer’s remorse – Wikipedia

Jump to See alsoBuyer’s remorse. … Buyer’s remorse is thought to stem from cognitivedissonance, specifically post-decision dissonance, that arises when a person must make a difficult decision, such as a heavily invested purchase between two similarly appealing alternatives.

Post-Purchase Behavior – Boundless

https://www.boundless.com › … › The Consumer Decision Process

Learn more about postpurchase behavior in the Boundless open textbook. … A customer will also be able to influence the purchase decision of others … Cognitive dissonance, another form of buyer’s remorse, is common at this stage. … reduce cognitive dissonance or what is commonly calledbuyer’s remorse” is to ______ …

What Is Dissonance in Marketing? | Chron.com

smallbusiness.chron.com › Advertising & Marketing › Marketing

Dissonance in marketing causes a conflict or tension within a consumer considering a … dissonancein the business world is the occurrence of “buyer’s remorse. … Marketers may also use persuasive marketing, including humor or celebrity … prop up the buyer’s emotional status through reassuring postpurchase services, …

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