One common thread among all the really successful and productive people I know is they have a "systems mindset."
As soon as they do the same thing more than a few times, and that thing is not $1,000 per hour work, they start to think about ways to automate or systematize or delegate it so they can focus on something else.
Sometimes this manifests in small ways: I type in my email all the time, so I set up a hotkey in TextExpander to type my email in 3 characters instead of 20.
Reminder that in February COVID was just the flu and in March masks didn't work, so yeah, I'm inclined to be skeptical about people being so critical of hydroxychloroquine, especially since politics are involved
Alright this looks like a pretty good takedown (disclaimer: still reading)