Does value-addition carry a price-tag?
What, you thought you could add value… for free?
Good things in life generally don’t come for free.
One doesn’t value the best of things that are free. One treats them cheaply… because they’re free.
In the marketplace, free-kinda stuff always comes with a catch, or a trap.
Ponzis use high-return free money ad-tags to lure pig-investors.
I generally steer clear of free-kinda stuff, anywhere and anyhow in life.
Don’t be afraid to pay (well) for value-addition.
By adding value, you’re doing yourself a huge favour. You’re creating an asset that will generate towards your corpus on auto-pilot. Why should something like this be coming for free?
In fact, why should something like this not be appropriately expensive?