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Podcast #65 with Sam Cook of Prism Communications

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Podcast #65 with Sam Cook of Prism Communications Ari introduces his new producer for the show and brother in law Felix and talks with Sam Cook of Prism Communications. Sam Cook: The Less Doing Mastermind Group:… Chapters: 00:00:13 Welcome 00:01:40 Questions 00:06:51 Discussing some links of interest 00:08:51 Ari’s Workout this week 00:14:00 Nicotine 00:17:00 Reviews of Ari’s new book… 00:19:12 Slapshot App 00:20:54 Google Flu Trends… 00:22:24 Bruer (Cold brew Coffee maker) 00:25:14 Sam Cook of Prism Communications SamCookTranscript from Ari Meisel

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Ari’s Recommended Resources

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Here is a list with links to all the things I recommend on a regular basis, I will keep this updated as often as possible. The 80/20 Rule Self tracking and awareness, know where you are allocating resources so you can find areas to improve efficiency RescueTime Basis iDoneThis TimeHop Thryve Food Tracker Quantified Mind TicTrac Creating the “Manual of You” Essential vs. Optional Creating An External Brain Create a note taking system that is archived, searchable, and shareable. Stop prioritizing and get rid of your to do list by working on your timing. E-Mail and To-Do Lists Evernote…

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How To Be More Productive in Transit

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The focus of this post is actually how to get more done while in your car but while taking notes I realized that most of this applies to pretty much any mode of travel to allow you to use the time more effectively. These are just quick tips that I have compiled over several months so please enjoy. Exercise: There are several isometric exercises you can do while seated in your car. Try using your hands only to lift yourself an inch or so off the seat and hold that as long as you can or press your hands against either…

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Next Level Networking

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There are all sorts of methods and practices for maintaining your network and increasing connections but here is the one I have found to be the most effective and requires the least amount of effort: Make Your Connector Happy Think about some opportunity that has come your way, a new job, an interview, or even a friendship. We tend to focus on the end result and the provider of the result but if you think about what the genesis of that connection was, you might discover some interesting things. For instance, the other day I had an interview with the…

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Automate Your Basic Payments with Square Cash and Zapier

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Recently Square, the people who made it easy for anyone with an iOS device to accept credit cards, came out with Square Cash. It’s a service that allows you to send and receive money to anyone for FREE. All you need is their email address. It’s really an incredibly easy and fast service. You can go to their website right now and put in your email to receive a dollar and see how it works. The first time you use the app you put in an amount of money and then say send, then you put in the persons email…

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3 Ways to Heal Your Gut Fast – Guest Post from Ben Greenfield

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Ben Greenfield is one of the top minds in health and wellness. He’s the engine behind, the amazing Ben Greenfield Podcast, a personal friend, and the guy I go to when I can’t figure out something having to do with health. His new book, Beyond Training is a beautiful tome of knowledge on health, fitness, and life. I almost never include guest posts on my blog but if there’s one person I trust to bring you essential knowledge, it’s Ben. “3 Ways to Heal Your Gut Fast”  Leaky gut syndrome, Crohn’s, gluten intolerance and allergies, irritable bowel syndrome and bacterial…

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uBiome and My Gut Bacteria

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Last year I interviewed Jessica Richman of uBiome, a company that makes it possible to test your microbiome and identify the kinds of bacteria that make up the vast majority of the DNA inside your body. Back in November, I sent in a sample of my gut bacteria (yes that requires a fecal sample), you can also test the biome from your skin, nose, mouth, and genitalia. I just got my results and have been pouring through since this is a very different kind of test than most people are used to seeing. The more samples that get submitted the…

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The Less Doing Book Club

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I’ve always considered myself a sponge for knowledge. I’ve written before about how I process over 1,000 blog posts per day. It’s always been really difficult for me to read books. I’ve committed myself to read one piece of non-fiction every week and one work of fiction each month. There is so much to be gained from the knowledge transfer of non-fiction and the neuroplasticity of reading fiction. Each week in my interesting things of the week post you’ll see what I’m currently reading and if you’ve read those title, it would be great to get your comments at the…

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The Less Doing Virtual Conference with Entheos

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March 27th to 30th, 2014 Free Yourself of Stress and Be More Effective at Everything Learn how to optimize, automate and outsource everything in your life so you can free up your time and reclaim your mind to do the things you want to do. I’ll show you how to make everything in your life easier from your email inbox, to work/life balance, to optimized and biohacked health. I have interviews with over 20 experts including Dave Asprey, UJ Ramdas, Dr. Frank Lipman, Commander Mark Divine, Christine Koh, and Ben Greenfield. The event is completely FREE if you tune in…

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