It is not worth doing well

Choosing a good TV to buy is hard work.

You need to figure out the size of a TV that can fit into your living room. You then need to look up specifications, customer reviews, and decide whether you want the TV to connect to the internet. You then have to think about your cable / network subscriptions. Finally, there is the trouble of mounting and installing it in your living room.

Yet, before all of this work, you need to ask yourself if you really need a TV. Sure, most of us have grown up with one, but it is worth asking if we now really need a television in our lives?

We do a great many things, but we don’t often stop to ask if those things are actually worth doing. That which is not worth doing is not worth doing well.

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