I think the transition for me is graphical -> shortcut keys -> vim commands. I already knew how to do quite a bit with shortcut keys (like ctrl + c for cut and ctrl + v for paste) before I started vim. Some of my first wins with vim are by replacing the shortcut keys I normally use with vim commands (like x for cut and p for paste). This got me feeling productive pretty quickly.
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