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Podcast #120 with Jon Nastor of Hack The Entrepreneur

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Summary: In Episode #120 Ari sits down with fellow Mastermind enthusiast Jon Nastor of Hack the Entrepreneur. During their conversation, Ari and Jon discuss processes for successful podcasting and the often overlooked benefits that come with setting up a successful podcast. Sponsored By: Design Pickle Unlimited graphic design services for a single, straightforward, monthly fee. No more messy quoting processes. No more project-to-project hiring hassles. Special Announcements: Less Doing Live Event The Less Doing LIVE Event in NYC is less than six months away! The best minds in business and productivity are joining Ari in his hometown of New York…

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Using for Goal Setting

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    Less Doing More Living – BLOG Making Micro-Goals Matter When it comes to goal-setting, people tend to set goals that are simply too grandiose or long-term. Starting the New Year with a general “I want to lose weight” or “I want to learn French” is not a recipe for success. How much weight do you want to lose?—One pound or fifty? When it comes to speaking French, do you want to be able to order a meal in a Parisian restaurant or conduct an interview on French TV? The more specifically you can define your objectives the better….

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Podcast #115 with Maneesh Sethi Of Pavlok

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Episode 115 Summary: In Episode #115 Ari sits down with Maneesh Sethi, a self-described victim of severe ADD and the founder of Pavlok, a new, wearable device designed to help people break their bad habits. During their conversation, Maneesh and Ari talk about the technology behind Pavlok, its story from concept to creation and the major benefits of breaking bad habits and increasing productivity. Time Stamped Show Notes: 21:54 – Introduction of Maneesh Sethi, the founder and creator of the Pavlok 22:23 – Maneesh defines what Pavlok is and how it changes what we do 24:10 – The mammalian brain…

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Podcast #109 with Chris Ducker of The New Business Podcast

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Episode 109 Summary: In Episode #109, Ari shares the Less Doing podcast with Master outsourcer Chris Ducker of The New Business Project. During their conversation, these two outsourcing gurus share their respective histories, commonly held beliefs and fun anecdotes about some of their strangest encounters with the world of outsourcing. Sponsored By: RevYourself – What if you could squeeze every last drop of excitement from life, with compromising your health on the inside or outside? What if you could achieve amazing feats of body and mind without wearing down? Ben Greenfield believes you can by “getting revved” – and here…

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These 4 Things Are Killing Your Ability To Think And Focus – By Dave Asprey

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  Back when I was fat, I’d wake up feeling noticeably weaker and slower on some days than others. I figured these were symptoms of being overweight, but I didn’t understand why they were so much worse from day to day. As I researched the Bulletproof Diet, I realized that there were 4 things in my diet that were slowing me down and killing my ability to think and focus. These 4 things were different types of anti-nutrients, toxins that are used to keep animals, bugs, and fungi from eating the plants so the plants can reproduce. The key to…

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Podcast #100 – Our Centenniel Episode

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Show Notes: Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Also Check out Ari’s book “Less Doing, More Living“ Leave Your Questions for the Podcast HERE Get More Great Content and Full Show Notes with Transcript at Episode 100 Summary: In Episode #100 Felix sits down to interview regular host and Less Doing, More Living founder, Ari Meisel to celebrate the 100th recording of the Less Doing podcast. During their discussion, Ari touches on his battle with Crohn’s disease, the origins of Less Doing and how he facilitates success. Sponsored By: BulletProof Unfair Advantage – A mini-shot of ActivePQQ™ formulated to promote heart, cell,…

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Why I Am Getting Off The Amazon Train

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After years of loving and supporting Amazon I wanted to share a recent experience that has ensured I will never use Amazon again. From now on every purchase I make will be done using Fetch, a company that knows how to treat it’s customers and has shown me that you can save a lot of money by ordering from’s competitors. Below is the recent email I sent to Jeff Bezos: Mr. Bezos,   My Amazon account was recently closed after being a faithful customer and public advocate for well over 10 years.    I created a productivity system called…

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Guest Post – The Limitations of Your Brain

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  I have been a long time fan of Ari and listener of his podcast. He has greatly helped optimize several aspects of my life, plus automating/outsourcing dozens of them. Without us ever speaking to each other. That seems pretty effective!   I have felt the benefits of a productivity system like Less Doing on myself, and experienced how it can be a tremendous relief of stress, when you get to take responsibility off your plate, and let computers or other people take care of it instead.   Most times, it is not even about being lazy or getting off…

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Podcast #89 With Nathan Whitmore Of OpenSTIM

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Interview File: 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 In Episode #89 of The Less Doing Podcast, Ari talks with Nathan Whitmore of OpenStim about tDCS, knocking out the prefrontal cortex, and do it yourself brain hacking. Links from the Show: Nathan Whitmore OpenStim Trans-Cranial tDCS on Reddit Chattanooga Longo Sesame Gifts Exist Meta Knowledge Expert Figure1 Bone Broth The Paypal Mafia Dawn Simulation Gobble Are You Lower Carb Than You Think? The Brothery NATHANWHITMORETranscript.doc from Ari Meisel

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