When people make a decision about which product to buy or what to clean out, they are all focused on the usefulness. If the TV doesn’t work anymore, it isn’t useful anymore. It has to be removed. When the old TV gets removed, it’s time to get a new one. A wide screen plasma TV with HD pictures and great volume is useful.
A closet can be useful, but if the closet is a mess, it isn’t very useful. I cleaned my closet last week, and I have finally been able to learn about how useful a closet can actually be.
There are plenty of valuable books out there. There’s Contagious, The Power Of Habit, and others as well. They are very useful. They will help you out big time. Whether you want to go viral or have powerful habits, those books will help. They’re useful.
WordPress is useful. Google is useful. Social networks are useful.
What about the use? If someone actually buys the plasma TV with HD pictures and great volume, but that TV doesn’t get used, it isn’t useful. It’s worthless. If a clean closet doesn’t get used, it isn’t useful. If a book isn’t read, it isn’t useful because it wasn’t read in the first place.
There are many things that are useful, but they are only useful if they are actually used.