Stuff that improves things permanently after effort is made once is underrated.
Its valued highly, but nowhere near highly enough.
How can anyone -- anyone -- who interacts with a computer more than a few hours a month justify not being able to type?
And yet, most people who didn't learn it early won't invest the time into typing fast (or even competently, sometimes).
People don't learn keyboard shortcuts, and don't spend time thinking on how to customize their computer better.
People don't streamline workflows and integrations in business, and don't get an outsourcer or software on top of tedious recurring tasks.
30 seconds saved is incredibly valuable.
Knocking off a chunk of recurring spending is incredibly valuable.
Getting more leverage when you sit down to work is valuable.
Improving sleep quality through structural improvements is incredibly valuable.
Want to have a nice week? Brainstorm out 10 things you could do that would basically permanently improve your life.
Then, do those.
It ain't rocket surgery, but most people won't make time for those tiny gains that add up tremendously. Will you?
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