We have been improving our time management, productivity, accountability, focus, efficiency, and many other supposedly vital life activities, yet amazingly we have less time to do things that matter.
No matter how much more productive we get, unless we change what we choose to do and in what order, then we still will struggle to have to time to do what we’ll want to remember at the end of our journeys and that won’t be more work.
turn it all upside down and plan your day around the things that matter first, like health, exercise, family, friends, adventures, alone time, meditation and so on and then be productive with the time left to do work and chores.
Those are the 6 top left letters on an English language keyboard and all the other letters in this layout we’re supposedly placed in this arrangement so that the most used letters were in a difficult position to slow typists down so that mechanical typewriters didn’t jam or break.
We still continue with this system today yet we don’t have to as modern touch screens on our phones won’t break by typing too quickly. Well depends just how furiously you can type!
The fact is people are now looking into a different keyboard layout based on today’s users.
But why? What benefit will this have for the human race? ok, for the English speaking humans in this case.
Ok, so it might make typing more efficient.
Who says being more efficient is a benefit though?
QWERTY or not, our lives do not have to be constantly improved by meaningless changes or upgrades. We don’t have to be more efficient.
No one seems to seek improvements in empathy, kindness, compassion, love and other more meaningful things, strangely.
This could be achieved by spending less time looking to be more efficient because more efficient people tend to get given more to do not less. We’d be better off being kindly, lovingly, and wonderfully inefficient.