I’m not sure which of the half-dozen pressures points pushed me over the edge.
But things were getting sporty.
In a moment, I said, “OK, I’m buying a convertible today.”
Went online and searched the local dealer. Due to supply shortages they’ve had none for months.
Found one – the only one – and tried navigating their ridiculous website.
“Can a guy just buy a car here?”
So I drove to the location. Walked in and said to the first guy I want to buy that Mustang, here’s the stock number.
He said, “that just came in yesterday.”
“I have to take my son to a party. I am driving out of here with that car in 45 minutes or I’m not buying it.”
He was like, “well we have to prep it and do the inspection…”
“Buddy. 45 minutes.”
When I pulled up in front of the house, Zach didn’t see me.
Probably because my minivan was cleverly disguised as a Ford Mustang Convertible.
Now the truth is that I had wanted that car for 15 years. Couple days prior I saw one and asked myself, ‘why don’t I have that?”
Maybe that was one of the triggers. Don’t really care right now because I’m about to put the top down after I finish this email.
You and I are human beings. We all make decisions the same way. And we all put them off for one reason or another.
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