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  1. This also suggests that it would be good to develop a lot of good or at least reasonable habits in the first place from the earliest age that fill up a lot of our time. This leaves less opportunity to develop bad habits and also results in less brain activity and thus less brain fatigue. That leaves us with the capacity to do more brain intensive stuff with the remainder of our time, like more impactful or more difficult work, which we should do because humans also crave a certain amount of stimulation and novelty. So, a more planned out life. And if people need some time that's not planned when they can just do whatever, then plan for that too.

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