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Episode #200 – With Evolutionary Psychologist Geoffrey Miller

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Summary: In Episode #200 Ari interviews Geoffrey Miller, an evolutionary psychologist who studies human nature through the lens of ancestral survival and reproductive behaviors.  Listen as Ari and Geoffrey talk about the latter’s studies and experiences as a researcher in a relatively unexplored field. Special Announcements: Leave Us a Review! Hey Less Doing Podcast Listeners, we want to hear from YOU! Visit us on iTunes and leave a review or subscribe to the podcast if you’re not already a dedicated follower.  Time Stamped Show Notes: 11:45 – Geoffrey joins the show. 11:53 – Evolutionary psychology is a relatively new field…

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Episode #199 – With Chip Franks of Joe Volunteer

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Summary: In Episode #199 Ari interviews Chip Franks, a real estate entrepreneur who co-founded Joe Volunteer, a project that aims to increase the number of volunteers helping anywhere in the world.  Listen as Ari and Chip discuss how Joe Volunteer plans to better connect volunteers and charitable organizations. Special Announcements: Leave Us a Review! Hey Less Doing Podcast Listeners, we want to hear from YOU! Visit us on iTunes and leave a review or subscribe to the podcast if you’re not already a dedicated follower.  Time Stamped Show Notes: 16:16 – Frank joins the show. 16:25 – Chip takes care…

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Asynchronous Communication and You

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Asynchronous communication. For many of you, it’s an unfamiliar term. Put simply, it is the opposite of synchronous communication. It is communication on your own time and on your own terms, freed from the constraints of immediacy. Communication is synchronous when information is exchanged at the same time—one person speaks, while another listens and reacts accordingly in real-time—immediate feedback is required. What started as an isolated illness during the early 2000s, has become a pandemic in less than 20 years. Over the past decade, we’ve been conditioned to accept synchronous communication without exception. It is why many of us feel…

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Episode #198 – With Brian Scudamore of 1-800-GOT-JUNK

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Summary: In Episode #198 Ari interviews Brian Scudamore, a Canadian/American-born serial entrepreneur, best known as the Founder and CEO of international junk removal franchise 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Listen as Ari and Brian discuss the three fundamental practices for a strong business. Special Announcements: Leave Us a Review! Hey Less Doing Podcast Listeners, we want to hear from YOU! Visit us on iTunes and leave a review or subscribe to the podcast if you’re not already a dedicated follower.  Time Stamped Show Notes: 02:47 – Daily meditation podcast episode 318. 19:31 – Brian Scudamore joins the show. 20:06 – 1-800-GOT-JUNK started when Brian…

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6 Simple Ways to Transform Daily Activity into Content

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The struggle for fresh, creative content has long been real but I’m starting to think it doesn’t have to be. What I mean is, why are we racking our brains to create interesting blogs or unique infographics when so much of what we do on a daily basis can be converted into content with a few minor tweaks? Think about it… How many things do you do on a daily, or every-other-day basis that could be manipulated into content with relative ease? Probably a lot. If not a lot, certainly a few. You are doing things every day (tasks, chores,…

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