“Now that I’ve confessed to the sin of impatience, I’m going to spend the rest of this post trying to convince you that it’s actually a good thing.
(The good part is the habit of frequently asking yourself “how could this thing take less calendar time.” I don’t recommend manifesting it in annoying ways like ditching your partner in an Ethiopian airport.)
Being impatient is the best way to get faster at things. And across a surprising number of domains, being really fast correlates strongly with being effective.
Obviously, lots of these are non-causal correlations. Still, the sheer number of different datapoints is a surprising convergence…”
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