Ari Meisel started three companies in the technology sector before high school. After graduating from college, Ari visited upstate New York and bought a group of 1880's cigar factories with the vision of creating luxury lofts. Ari created LEED Pro as a green building consulting business and to operate the LEED Pro Blog on green building materials which got picked up for a book called LEED Materials: A Resource Guide to Green Building. Most recently, Ari has been developing LEED certified, mixed use properties in the Hamptons through Meisel Development. In order to keep up with all of these ventures, Ari had to develop several systems and processes to make managing several ventures at nice feasible, so he co-founded Less Doing. Through his methodology of Achievement Architecture, Ari helps people optimize, automate, and outsource everything in their lives and be more effective. Ari has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and spoke at TEDxEast.
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In the Spirit of this “Get More Done - Make Life Easier” Program, I’ll be writing Less, and Have Past Students Do the Talking about How You’ll Finally Get More, Have More, and Be More by Doing Less...Guaranteed.”
“Might be the most efficient, effective session of learning ever! If you want to be more productive (which less face it, we all do to some degree) but don't have the time or capacity time to work out how - go to this class. Go on. Just do it.” - Shannon
“Ari is a very knowledgeable and organized teacher. He's had a lot of experience in the 'art of less doing,' and was happy to share his tips and tricks with us all. I definitely recommend taking a class from Ari." - Malcom
“I highly recommend this “Get More Done - Make Life Easier” class. Ari has a deep knowledge of digital tools and methodologies that allow you to accomplish more in less time. I learned a tremendous amount of things that I plan on implementing in my daily routine - from clever strategies for things we know we should be already using (email filters), new tools and services that allow others to accomplish things for you (virtual assistants). I always had an inkling that technology could help me be more organized and efficient, if I just knew what tools to use and how to use them. It can, and Ari is an inspiring example of how to get there. ” - Michael
If you have trouble managing emails, getting tasks done, managing your time, making time for personal activities, or having the ability to travel disrupting your life, this class can help.
Less Doing provides tips and tools for optimizing, automating, and outsourcing everything in your business and personal lives. Everything from dealing with email, to more efficient fitness regimes, to outsourcing everything is covered. Reclaim your time and your mind.
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I was completely stopped up in my work. All of the demands were stifling my creativity, but I needed my business to grow. As an independent creative professional, I needed to learn to leverage technology and delegation to free myself up to do the things that I'm good at. One year after taking this course, my revenue has grown 50%, which is pretty much a 40,000% ROI on the course. It may sound silly to attribute ALL of that growth to this one course, but it was a seriously huge factor. For the first month after taking the course, I made it my top priority to practice these principles across my business, and implement the tools that Ari recommended, where appropriate. It has remained one of my top priorities over the past year. Applying my learnings resulted in an instant burst of creativity (from not being so stressed out), and I had a breakthrough year in my business. If you feel like you're your own bottleneck in your business, with some commitment, this course might be good for you, too.
I felt like the course has very specific applications to people who have a professional and personal lifestyle similar to that of Ari Meisel--someone who blogs, reads a lot of articles, runs some small businesses, etc. I will probably end up using 10% of the elements presented here. This course was recommended to me via David Kadavy's blog, who I imagine fits the description I gave above. But I guess when I read David's blog, I was expecting Ari's course to be more about fundamentals, but instead it is most applications that don't apply to me. (I'm a tech professional.) Certainly many others have found value in this course, I'm just presenting my own experience in this review.
Ari Maisel partage avec beaucoup de générosité ses outils, ses pratiques pour être plus productif et plus efficace. Faire mieux et plus en moins de temps. Toutefois les français de France seront déçus car de nombreux services (géniaux) présentés par Ari ne sont disponibles que sur le territoire nord-américain. Bref une grande frustration sur ma possible mise en oeuvre des outils. Le cours reste pertinent pour les grands principes présentés. il ne vaut cependant son prix (97$) pour la valeur apportée à un français vivant en France.
Ari provides excellent in-depth information & resources on the Art of Less Doing! Thank you very much!
This seemed more like a bunch of random websites than a methodology. I walked away with a few thoughts, but was left wanting some substance. I would suggest you don't spend your money on this.