There is a misconception that well-made things take up more time.

That may be true in the short term, but well-made things save more time over the long run.

Because you can reuse well-made things. You can build on top of them and not worry about the foundations crumbling. You can use them as building blocks for greater things. Well-made things serve as reliable templates for new projects and pursuits.

Well-made things spark joy, but the journey to get there can be arduous. The key is to apply a little more care upfront. Thoughtfulness pays dividends.

Well-made things compound.