- I don't have the time
- Too many projects
- I simply cannot fit another one in
- I am swamped
- It's too late to start
- I could never achieve that goal
When's the last time you rolled your sleeves up and cleaned out your system? You know, the area where no sane human dares bring the vacuum cleaner near or the dust cloth within reach for fear of getting yelled at for "messing things up"? Or have you been planning on "getting around" to something that just hasn't happened? Maybe it's selling off the old gear that's been accumulating, perhaps trying out that new DAC or power conditioner, buying the music your friend wrote you about, the one you've been meaning to hear? If you are like me, you're an expert at putting something off. In fact, I'll bet most of us spend a lot more energy putting things off than we would have invested if we'd only just make it happen. It's human nature to procrastinate, and we're all pretty good at it. Whenever I find my list of projects growing to an uncomfortable level because these excuses:
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