In The Episode
We all wish we had just a few more hours in our day. Between ferrying children around, keeping the house running, and trying to be successful in our career, it seems impossible for us to be able to get it all done in a day. Luckily, there are people like Ari Meisel in the world who are hacking productivity through sleek systems, outsourcing, and automation. I first heard about Ari from his book, Less Doing. I then became involved with a company he started, Get Leverage. Ari has recently left Get Leverage to refocus his life on his real passion: interacting with real people to give them real solutions to all of their productivity challenges.
Productivity is all about reducing stress for Ari. He is the father of four kids, and he only works while the kids are in school. That means his working hours have to be productive. Today, Ari is going to share all of the systems he has in place for improving his productivity and prioritizing time with his family. After all, everything he does is to improve the quality of life for the people he loves. That passion is then imbued into each and every task he sets his mind to, and mind-set is key.
Listen this week for all the tips and strategies you can use to find a little more time in your day. Ari mentions so many wonderful resources and tools that you do not want to miss.
– Why Ari left Get Leverage and decided to work with people again
– How Ari works from 9-3 while his kids are at school
– What Ari’s obsession is: idea capture
– What kinds of automation is Ari doing to streamline his life and the important things he is not automating
– How to create systems and procedures
– How on-demand labor is key
– What Ari’s personal goals are for the new year
– How the Less Doing Lab can help you in just about every area of your life
– What the psychology of productivity is
– How having a virtual assistant service is invaluable
– What Ari’s thoughts are on childcare solutions
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