- Encourage innovation.
- Push you to work harder.
- Limit your choices there-by simplifying the paradox of choice and making you happier.
- Help you focus on your real priorities rather than unimportant noise, bells and whistles.
- Make you that much more brighter and stronger.
- Make you that much more happier when the end result is just as good or better than it would have been had you worked unconstrained.
This is not just about embracing constraints or learning to work in a world of constraints. It's about seeing constraints as opportunities for innovation. And making the most of them? Nothing but pure geek awesomeness.