ex · cuse noun: an expression of regret for failure to do something; a note of explanation of an absence
Excuses are a dime a dozen these days. It seems like everyone’s got one (or three) for everything. “I’m too tired,” “I don’t feel good,” “I’ve got too much work to do,” or a personal favorite “My dog ate my homework,” or that PowerPoint, or that white paper, or that receipt you just can’t seem to find when submitting your expense report.
Well today, I’ve got 10 new excuses for you. 10 new excuses as to why you CAN do something. Why you can attend the Dell Storage Forum in Boston. Will Urban, a seasoned veteran of the Dell Storage Forum, has been writing “You can attend DSF” excuses for years. Check out the top 10 reasons why our very own Will Urban thinks you CAN attend DSF this year.