When two cars merge - one expensive, one cheap
who has the right of way?
This is a question that is likely being decided multiple times around the world as you read this.
Imagine two cars slowly merging in bumper to bumper traffic. The first car, is German. It’s six months old. It has every electronic gadget. It’s engine is powerful. It’s efficient and beautiful.
The driver? She’s an ultra high status woman. She’s a VP at a major financial institution. She sits on several boards of directors of both companies and charities. Her advice and leadership are sought after. She is used to getting what she wants and when she wants it.
The next car? It’s a fifteen year old hatch back. it’s a stick shift with armstrong steering.1 It doesn’t have air conditioning. It does feature several dents and a patch of duct tape keeping the bumper together. The driver? She’s a twenty five year old bartender with a high school education. She shares a room with her friend. She’s not used to getting what she wants when she wants it.
Who has the right of way?
Her car costs…