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Automate Your Busywork: Do Less, Achieve More, and Save Your Brain for the Big Stuff

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Rich Miller

6 Hours 15 Minutes

G&D Media

May 2023

Audio Book Summary

Learn to automate your busywork and focus on what really matters

In Automate Your Busywork: Do Less, Achieve More, and Save Your Brain for the Big Stuffentrepreneur, founder, and CEO of Jotform Aytekin Tank delivers a can’t-miss blueprint to help you make the most of your most precious asset: time. You’ll explore what’s possible when you offload repetitive tasks, why automation has democratized innovation, and how you can use cheap―or even completely free―no-code automation tools to transform your ability to focus on what truly matters in your business and life.

In the audiobook, you’ll discover:
Why the future of business is no-code, and how you can use an automation-first mindset to unlock your productivity potential
How to move from busywork to less work, and finally to having the time you need to accomplish your most important work
How you can use delegation and automation to achieve “timefulness,” the state of having enough time
A must-read handbook for every entrepreneur, founder, business owner, and freelancer who just doesn’t have enough hours in the day, Automate Your Busywork will also earn a place in the libraries of managers, executives, and other business leaders looking to maximize their most valuable resource.

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  • Honey

    I highly recommend this book.

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  • Sam

    I thought this would be techy, and it was. There were points where I got lost in the detail, but then there were several times where I had to pull over (I mainly listen in the car), rewind and make notes. I’ve started some research into automations from that. I also spoke up in a meeting, insisting to my manager that the new process she was describing *had* to be automated; we could not add another manual backwards process in. Said I’d been listening to this book. Our admin assistant was grateful for not being lumped with busywork. Automating our (ridiculously high) meeting numbers is also on my list because of this book. I know other people have that, but this is one of the things I would not have pursued unless I had listened to this book. I’ve found this very useful. I also enjoyed the author’s odd bits of humour thrown in

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