“The course of evolution has been to reduce the number of parts and to adapt those which remain more closely with their special uses, either by an increase in size or by modifications of their shape and structure.”
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Evolution has always moved towards simplicity, increased effectiveness and elimination of wasteful parts.
It is seen in nature that hundreds of limbs evolve into a few useful ones, just as hundreds of tiny bones of the skull or jaw evolve into a handful.
Though simplicity is the symbol of truth, complexity sells better.
In the modern world, complexity is associated with usefulness or wisdom. People equate length with seriousness and hard work.
A new habit should feel easy
The action itself is not easy. But the first 2 minutes should be easy. And you can scale down nearly any habit or activity into a 2-minute version.
• Want to read every day? Read one page.
• Want to meditate every day? Sit in a meditation position.
Information is freely available. It is everywhere, making it more difficult to know whether the facts are useful or where they lead.
For example, Yahoo has historical financial statements of every public company. Two decades ago, you had to ask companies to mail you hard copies. Twitter creates 200 billion tweets a year, but it barely existed a decade ago.
A first step when dealing with any kind of information is to separate them into different categories.
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