“You do it like that?”
Every day, we’re at our machines, clicking and swiping and typing.
And it’s entirely possible that the methods you’ve developed are costing you at least an hour a day in wasted time.
That your desktop isn’t supposed to have 2,000 files on it.
That you don’t need to click the same sequence over and over to get through your inbox.
It’s possible that the ‘I’ll learn it later’ shortcut you took a few years ago is now a significant time tax on your day, every day.
The solution is fun and simple: find a smart person and have them watch you use the computer for an hour.
She’ll share ten shortcuts and principles that will amaze you.
And then you can return the favor.
It’s much more difficult to use a computer than it should be. But that’s mostly because they’re powerful, and power brings choices, and you may need some help with your choices.