Whether you’re talking about the automotive world, or the world as a whole, myths are important. They give context to the world that surrounds us, and help us understand a little bit more. Usually, that is.
Some myths, though, are confusing … and some are just straight-out falsehoods. Here we debunk some of the more egregious myths that are floating around these days.
- Don’t tell the truth because you won’t get elected, have sex or get promoted.
- Negative political ads and trash talking the competition work most every time.
- Don’t compromise because it will show you are a wimp, weak and have no principles.
- You can’t sell cars using a one price policy or pricing transparency — and still make money.
- Most automobile dealers only read and respond to print ads not to banners, or email.
- Use the term “middle class” whenever you want to have the most voter appeal.
- You are not going make it in business or as an individual unless you have a Facebook page.
- Taxing one particular group more than others will solve the U.S. deficit problem.
- You’ve got to use steroids, energy supplements or special drinks to win when playing sports.
- Tell your doctor to give you a prescription drug and you will have no pain, gas or reason to complain.
- Diet drinks are really diet and fool your brain every time.
- You can’t always “be ready,” so make the best of opportunities to have sex or change lanes…