Nick Gray of Museum Hacks Show Notes: Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Also Check out Ari’s book “Less Doing, More Living” Get More Great Content and Full Show Notes with Transcript at LessDoing.com In Episode #84 of The Less Doing Podcast, Ari talks with Nick Gray, founder of Museum Hacks, about a $45 million dollar painting, productivity software Ari never heard of, and a new way to enjoy museums. Links: MuseumHack Nick Gray JustWorks Zerve Peek LegalSifter mTailor Place Me Spire Lets Make Shop And Box Ari on I Love Marketing Podcast Mountain Home Farm Less Doing Bootcamp (Pre-Launch)…
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Show Notes: Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Also Check out Ari’s book “Less Doing, More Living” In Episode #83 of The Less Doing Podcast, Ari talks with Tai Lopez about reading a book per day, the myth of the 4 Hour Workweek, and drinking raw milk with the Amish. Links from the Show: Tai Lopez Tai on Twitter Sproutling FollowUp.cc on Zapier AutoRelaxed Shake Less Doing Bootcamp (Pre-Launch) RocketBoard MonitorBook Acorns Cognitea TAI Like the old same goes, you know I think its frost, like two roads diversion and I take the one last travel and its made all the…
I created Less Doing as a way of dealing with the stresses that were aggravating my Crohn’s Disease. Everyone has stress in the life in one form or another and often times it can be a very useful force to motivate you towards a goal. When stress becomes chronic and spins out of control, you’re mind and eventually your body will crack under the pressure. While I do recommend yoga, meditation and heart rate variability training as excellent methods for hacking your stress, the ultimate solution is the entire Less Doing framework of optimizing, automating, and outsourcing everything in your…
Homeostasis refers to an organism or mechanisms ability to remain constant. In human beings we see this in our ability to regulate temperature or weight. In the physical world we see thermostats and autopilot systems correct against variables and change to return to “normal.”
Show Notes: Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. Also Check out Ari’s book “Less Doing, More Living“. Get More Great Content and Full Show Notes with Transcript at LessDoing.com In Episode #82 of The Less Doing Podcast, Ari talks with Hunter Maats, author of The Straight A Conspiracy about the myths of modern education, the math gene, and learning to learn. Links from the Show: