Originally Posted by riceNeggs
the lesson I learned was "stick to your guns so you have no regrets"
its was a battle between 950 shipped and 960 shipped. I passed cause he didn't want to pay 960. but I eventually got my price, so it worked out.
From an entrepreneurial outlook; you should have took the $950 because time is money and you spent more time for a minimal exchange.
From an outlook for someone who holds principals high; you should have took the $950 because it shows you were way too arrogant to get your price. However your arrogance paid off albeit a subjectively small exchange.
From your outlook; you can look whichever way you want :). Stick to your guns but be careful not to set them off.