Guest Appearance: James Rose

James Rose: Automation and How To Reclaim Time

“Desire is a contract that you make with yourself to be unhappy until you get what you want.” – Naval Ravikant

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About Content Snare

James is the co-founder of Content Snare – a software platform that helps professionals collect content & files from clients. Once an automation engineer, his new priority is to help business owners regain their lives, be more productive and get more done in less time.

James is the co-founder of Content Snare – a software platform that helps professionals collect content & files from clients. Once an automation engineer, his new priority is to help business owners regain their lives, be more productive and get more done in less time.

About Episode

Productivity is a fascinating concept, with an equally fascinating history. As an economic concept, and up until the beginning of the 1800s, well after the Industrial Revolution began, productivity was largely confined to agricultural efforts. As time went on, productivity became something that could be applied to more than just the production of food or automobiles.

In the present, you probably don’t go more than a day without hearing the word, productivity! It’s everywhere, and it drives every imaginable industry. The word “productivity” even shows up in our hobbies these days!

If you take a look around the endless arena of business, and how we communicate with clients, coworkers, and others, you would probably say you wish things would be a little more straightforward. Communication is one of the biggest areas we try to improve within the larger subject of productivity. It is estimated that 75% of global organizations are expected to increase their use of productivity tools in the coming months and years.

We’ve seen some amazing tools, concepts, and inventions brought to the forefront, in the name of improving communication, productivity, and more. Our guest today is just one example of the brilliant entrepreneurs who are striving to make not only their work a little easier but the work of those around them, as well.

Here at Ignite Your Business, we’re thrilled to talk about Content Snare and more with James Rose!

Resources and Important Links

James Rose – Book: Life Reset: A LitRPG Novel

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