More lucrative: Dines would encourage consultants to introduce UiPath to their clients by letting the consultants keep as much as 80% of the overall bot-related spend in exchange for setting up and maintaining the program. Suddenly some of the world’s biggest companies were serving as little UiPath’s sales force.From Communism To Coding: How Daniel Dines Of $7 Billion UiPath Became The First Bot Billionaire
“I work really hard at the company, but only at things I like. Being a lazy person, I had to build better pattern recognition in life.”
This, above, is one of the mistakes I’ve made. I’m pretty good at delegating what I’m not skilled at, but I’m not as good at it as I want to be.
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