What advice would you give someone who constantly looked for shortcuts?
When are shortcuts worth it, and when do they ultimately devalue the end product?
I don't think there are any shortcuts in life if you want to end up with quality. You end up shorting yourself in a lot of ways when you take the easy way out.
Sometimes the long way is better. Analyze the pros and cons of going through each program. Length, time, life style, etc.
Firts I would ask them if they wanted my advice. If yes, then I would try to have a constru tive conversation on the subject. State your observations and then ask their opinions of the shortcuts they take. Get them involved in the conversation instead of lecturing. Let them develop their own ideas if they are willing.
ask them if they are comfortable with the results of the shortcuts they take. ask them to think about the consequenses if everyone took shortcuts in EVERTHING, like cooking, and the dangers of same...
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