Why You Need to Do Just One Thing

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They are exhausting, these waters we tread.

In the time of microwave dinners, inverted pyramids and algorithms that preference brevity and quantity, we have lost an appreciation for quality. For depth. For the wholeness of a full experience.

All we seem to care about is same-day delivery and two for the price of one and How I read 100 books in a year.