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Saving time isn’t the end goal

Productivity tips help us get more done and save time, which is only valuable if we have meaningful ways to spend the time we’re saving.

Without a way to fill the void, most of us will default to activities that distract us from doing deep work, and non-urgent but meaningful tasks, or the introspection that we’ve been cleverly waiting on the “right time” to execute.

So if you’re saving time, have a plan to spend what you saved.  Even if it’s just intentionally, blissfully doing nothing for a change.

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