‘Soon’ Review: Why Tomorrow Can Be Forever – Wall Street Journal

admitted that it was puttering—perhaps the 19th-century equivalent of looking at Google street views of neighborhoods you never plan to visit. Santella notes that he also exasperated his patrons by delaying commissions, sometimes to the point where the patrons gave up. Santella acknowledges the evasiveness of this strategy—“we protect our sense of our own competence by making it very, very hard for ourselves to succeed”—but then launches into lighter explanations for bad behavior, such as resenting being told by a credit-card company that he has to pay his bill by a certain date.

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