The Art Of Not Falling For Sneaky Marketing
Richard Reis

Another excellent addition to an otherwise astounding blog! It’s interesting to contemplate how habitual action can influence how one makes day to day purchase decisions. It would seem to me, in theory at least, that some of us would be more prone to falling for ‘bad habits’ than others. Of course, these days at least, it is almost an innate reaction to ‘solve’ the problem of resorting to ‘retail therapy’ by removing said triggers for those behaviours.

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