Quality not quantity



In the 1970s and 1980s, it was all about quantity with mass production, pile it up and a throwaway culture that was based on a believe the economy was always going to expand, even when it shrank. Now I believe society recognised it is better to think quality rather than quantity in any aspects of life.


I believe in quality in my work, leisure and health as it is about making the most of today as well as preparing for tomorrow. Money is helpful but I believe people do not always need the amount they think they need to have the quality of life opportunity and experience they are looking for as it can often the small things in life which is most important.


As the economy continues to shrink, we now redefine what we mean and what we want from quality so we can achieve it like never before.

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