I watch people turn a simple task into something much to hard.
They complicate processes by adding numerous steps for the purpose of seeming smart.
They imagine how another might feel in this experience as a workaround rather than simply working with and knowing others as they grow.
They invest great amounts of time designing for a perfect ending or outcome up front, when the first steps of learning and experience through learning have yet to be taken.
They ignore the wonders of reality to be obtained from measured progress or realized value as they roam in endless avoidance of them.
Keep it as simple as you can. Long is lazy
“Simplicity is the most difficult thing to secure in this world; it is the last limit of experience and the last effort of genius.” — George Sand —