Good, Fast, Cheap


On the inside of one of our garage doors, in black permanent marker, the previous owner - a mechanic and race car driver - wrote:
good
fast
cheap
pick 2!

I know Mike was talking about cars but this trifecta has implications for other (small business type) things, like marketing, product development, project management, and problem solving.

Let's say you can get a good website built fast; you shouldn't expect it to be cheap. If it's fast and cheap, don't expect quality, and so on. If you think you're getting all three, beware! Economics - and people - don't work like that.

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