Best 22 Quotes & Tweets on Automation

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1

If the work doesn’t require creativity, delegate it, automate it, or leave it.

Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant

@naval

2

Engineers are leveraged creatives who generate repeatable solutions to practical problems. Engineering automation increases leverage, productivity, and the scope of problems that engineers can tackle. Until we become Gods, society has unlimited demand for creative engineers.

Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant

@naval

3

Perhaps this time is different, automation will permanently destroy jobs, & humanity is incapable of relearning & doing creative work. Perhaps it’s time to drop the tyranny of low expections, & new tools will liberate individuals from a lifetime of drudgery, as they always have.

Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant

@naval

4

People weren't scared of software until fundraising entrepreneurs rebranded everything as "A.I." Anthropomorphizing automation creates a definitive "it" to resist.

Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant

@naval

5

Working longer/harder at routine jobs was a means to differentiate yourself and earn a middle class living. Yet these jobs are easily programmable. And ... You can’t compete on price or outwork computers. Difficult to automate skills are the future table stakes to middle class.

Shane Parrish

Shane Parrish

@ShaneAParrish

6

Automation will create far more jobs than it will replace.

Sahil Lavingia

Sahil Lavingia

@shl

7

To make money while you sleep, build things that don’t sleep.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

8

To make money while you sleep, build things that don't sleep.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

9

Three trends for the future of work: 1) More short-term projects. Fewer long-term jobs. 2) Hyper-specialization: Pick a niche and own it. 3) Software automation: Creative and repetitive tasks will be automated. A dream world for brilliant marketers and capable entrepreneurs.

David Perell

David Perell

@david_perell

10

Work on things that keep working after you stop working.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

11

Work on things that keep working after you're done.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

12

How to earn time: Build things that work without you.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

13

If it doesn't work without you, it doesn't work. You do.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

14

Store your finite time in assets that work after you’re done working.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

15

To make money while you sleep, figure out how to help people while you sleep. How? Build things that educate, enable or entertain without your physical presence. This process forces you to create better things, because you have to figure out how it'll work without you.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

16

Automate or be automated.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

17

To make money while you sleep, build things that don't sleep.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

18

How to take the ceiling off your income: Build something you can sell twice.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

19

It’s a beautiful day to spend time building assets that work around the clock.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

20

Build assets that work without you, work whenever you want.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

21

Leverage: Work that keeps working after you're done working.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher

22

A lot of people defend selling their time because they assume it's a more challenging or legitimate pursuit - in most cases the opposite is true. If you can't produce things that work without you, you're less effective - not more.

Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher

@jackbutcher