Processes annoy me. I’m definitely a politically incorrect, cut through the red-tape BS kind of guy. I’m also an IT guy. That means my life is filled with processes. Processes to make things work, processes to document on the process we used to find where another process was broken, and yet more processes to make sure customers are happy while we implement trouble-shooting processes.
If nothing else, my generation and those that follow are impatient to the core. We want fast food, fast cars, fast computers, and fast answers. Even those that are willing to cook at home just go to the store and buy food. We don’t have to plant crops, wait for them to grow, and trust that there will be enough to last until the next harvest season. We have what we want, when we want it. And it’s killing us.
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