Today I Learned you can have (n)vim execute a command on startup.
For example - I often open vim and immediately run
:Git to open vim-fugitive so I can easily navigate my modified and staged files. But that's 2 steps - 1 more than I want.
To achieve this, I can run
nvim -c ":Git", where the
-c is the command you want to execute on startup. For even fewer keystrokes you could create an alias!