“I Don’t Have Time to Automate” Yes, you Do.

What these people mean when they say they don’t have time — especially when they say they don’t have time to automate, is that they genuinely don’t want to. Perhaps people don’t believe they have the chance to automate. Whatever the case may be — automation takes time to see any benefits. However, the current mindset is focused on immediacy rather than into the future; particularly in management.

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A 20-year veteran of IT, crypto geek, content creator, consultant and overall problem solver.

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