Today is the final day of the automation challenge! If you made it this far, I want to applaud your commitment to productivity. I hope you realize that automation is not scary at all. It’s not just for coders or people with tech skills – it’s for everyone. It can be quite easy and fun, right?!
We’re only scratching the surface and at this point, you should be able to automate a lot of tasks on your own. In our upcoming course Automation Academy we’ll show you how to free up 5-8 hours a week with automation. It comes with 15+ pre-made workflows and automation for common, repetitive tasks that you can install with a few clicks (no tech skills needed). This course launches on September 11 and if you’re interested in that, be sure to check the presentation we’ll be giving next week. We’ll give you more examples, ideas, and workflows for you to automate your life.
Let’s continue with the final challenge. If you haven’t completed the previous challenges yet, be sure to do that before you continue:
Today’s challenge will be easy. Whichever automation you have set up so far, continue to use them! That’s where you get the most leverage and that is when you use your automation workflows.
Based on what you have implemented, comment below how much time you think it will save you going forward.
(Bonus: what’s an automation you want to set up going forward?)
It’s important to do this to be eligible to win one of the prizes (Oura Ring, AirPods and Atomic Habits). We can’t wait to see what you have set up and how much time you’ll be saving going forward!
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