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I want to automate my *entire* life process!

Help. Im on a mission/obsession. Is this posible?

     
4:28 am on Apr 15, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Im on a mission to totally automate my life in every aspect and would like any tips you may have to offer.

I hired an assistant to run all my usual arons, make appointments for me etc..

I hired a CPA to take car of my taxes

I separated my Businesses in 2 different accounts and one for personal. I'm also doing automated billing.

I dont have to drive anymore. I bought my g/f a Benz so she is happy to drive me anywhere I need to go.

I recently hired a very good nanny to help with My daughter and clean my house and since my g/f is such a big help as well, I can simply enjoy time with my daughter at my own pace.

I pretty much have my retirement plan figured out and all written down with people, and tools in place to see it through. I will continue to automate this process as well.

I still havnt done a will or picked out my tombstone yet (no im not dying anytime soon I hope, I'm only 30).

I also have an on call handy man and yard man.

Id like to continue to whipe my own as$ but other than that I could use some help.

Any more tips or ideas? Anything that is super great to help with organization or something you think may need or can be automated that perhaps I have missed would be of great use! I mean ANYTHING!

In the end, All I want to do is THINK and call shots. I think my time would be much more valuable if I could simply contain a constant train of thought.

Thanks!

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Hey, I hate to disillusion you, but even at 30, with a child you NEED to have a will. The attorney who did my Mom's will dropped dead in his driveway walking to his car one morning, with his wife and little girl waving goodbye to him. Right in front of them, there he dropped. He was 27.
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What caused that? If you dont mind me asking.

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8:27 pm on Apr 15, 2007 (gmt 0)

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thecleaner,
have you considered a frontal labotomy? Just curious.

Ann

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>What caused that?

Heart attack, EB.

And I've thought of something else. A portable device with a catheter would automate the process of going to the bathroom.

10:25 pm on Apr 15, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Why even wake up in the morning? If you pay me enough I'll pre-chew your food for you to save you some time LOL
11:11 pm on Apr 15, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Folks, it's dawning on me that we're all missing it, slaving away like peons on our websites for mere nickels and dimes. What we really need is an Automatic Money-Generating Machine, then we can live high on the hog and spend our life of leisure shmoozing as we please without picking up a finger.

I think we'd better all head over to Clickbank and get ourselves some e-book that'll tell us the secret to EZ Riches without working our fool heads off.

Meh, why didn't any of us think of it before?

[edited by: Marcia at 11:16 pm (utc) on April 15, 2007]

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Right on Marcia! There is no shortage of Gurus that can sell you
automatic cash generating machines. How many times have you read
the hype of " I made 400 dollars while I slept" etc. etc!

Now if I can only scrape up $99.00 to buy the program!

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You know, I can see why some would want to make a joke of this. Thats fine, It is a little humorous I suppose, But I'm serious. Any advice or tools/ resources or strategies you may have in mind would be great.

Thanks again

12:47 am on Apr 16, 2007 (gmt 0)

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You need a personal assistant and butler...?
1:52 am on Apr 16, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Invest in some good business audiobooks to listen to while you work out. Workouts are one thing that can't be automated, but at least you could do some multitasking.
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I'd like to continue to whipe my own as$.

There have been some major improvements in this area and I believe this is now doable.

Do you really want to automate your life? Do a search for Smart Home. I have a friend who purchased one not long ago. Absolutely amazing. Everything is voice activated, motion actived, heck, I even think thought activated. ;)

I believe there were a few patooty washers in the Smart Home.

P.S. He's got a blade server running everything. :)

[edited by: pageoneresults at 2:12 am (utc) on April 16, 2007]

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You'll need a broker/agent to handle your financial goals. It wouldn't hurt to include a banker.

Who answers your phone calls, sorts your mail, reads your faxes and answers the door? A good butler is indispensable.

I assume you'll want your place wired, line up someone to handle all of your tech support/help desk needs.

Even though your g/f drives the Benz, you will need a mechanic.

A personal fitness trainer.

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A good wife takes care of all of that, just doesn't get paid for doing it.
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In the end, All I want to do is THINK and call shots. I think my time would be much more valuable if I could simply contain a constant train of thought.

I've been retired for over ten years. You NEED to keep the body exercised too. I think better during my brisk morning walks along the seafront.

But then I'm sure there are exercise machines out there that you could strap yourself into and switch on the power ;-)

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To the Cleaner

Your expectations exceed reality!

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buckworks, great Idea about multi tasking. Im going to look into more multi tasking things!

pageoneresults, Very interesting. Im going to look into this as well!

grandpa, great feedback!

camweh, I totally agree with you about the exercise! Thanks!

Thank you all for these great ideas and feedback! Please keep it coming!

My head is flowing with Ideas!

3:50 am on Apr 16, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Two words: helper monkey.
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