Ever notice how faster things move these days? How easy it is to acquire something, and how much the people that supply us with those somethings try to reduce the friction?
Like Amazon now delivering most things next day to Prime members? Or how quickly a pizza can be baked in modern, conveyor-belt ovens?
But you may have also noticed how we don’t really remember the way something that we acquire quickly tasted, or felt, or created change. Stuff we get in a hurry is often…forgettable.
What about substituting the urge to hurry with the urge to be as slow as we need to be? What if we value effectiveness over efficiency?
Hope this helps!