Well, there are bad, repetitive jobs in every domain, that cause health hazards, joint pain, etc. But I think if most people had to start over they'd look for something more outdoorsy or engaged, and psysically meditative versus a sterile office
it still is. My grandmother is redpilled as fuck. It was a different time for immigrants. She grew up with 5 kids in a strange country, working 40 hours a week and then doing ALL the housework and meals after. She has no respect for the "current generation" of people who basically do nothing , through no fault of their own really, everyone is trapped in horrible office jobs versus...[More]
This go hand in hand with "try everything" "get out of bed early and take action". If you only attempt 1 thing per month then your "waiting for the right moment" is actually justified, fwiw, that's the death cycle, you're reinforcing that perfectionism is important, because it is in the optimal strategy for making sure 1 thing works out.