Terms and Conditions

Less Doing® Program Terms and Conditions

The materials and concepts of the Less Doing® Program (“Program”) are designed to help you achieve extraordinary goals. In order to assist us in maintaining the unique value you will experience as a participant in the Program, you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agreed to the following Terms and Conditions (“Terms”).

Helping To Protect Our Intellectual Property and Client Confidentiality

Any reproduction, presentation, distribution, transmission, or commercial use of the concepts, strategies, methods, materials, and all other trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property owned by Less Doing, LLC. in any media, now known or hereafter invented, is prohibited without the express written permission of Less Doing. It is prohibited to use any device, now existing or hereafter invented, to make an audio and/or visual recording, transmission, or broadcast of any workshop session, in whole or in part.

Some Of The Rights Reserved By Less Doing®

Less Doing has the right to reschedule workshops and/or substitute coaches. Less Doing reserves the right to decline or terminate your participation in the Program for any reason at any time, including, for example, for failing to comply with these Terms and Conditions.

Responsibility For Your Decisions

The Program is not a substitute for the advice of any of your personal or professional advisors; therefore, you agree that all of your decisions and actions, and their consequences, are entirely your own responsibility.

Release of Liability

You release Less Doing, and its officers, directors, owners, and employees, from any and all liability arising from or connected to the Program. You also agree to release Less Doing from any responsibility if you choose to accept Less Doing’s offer to provide and/or arrange transportation to and from your sessions.

Privacy Policy: Protecting Your Personal Information

This Privacy Notice and Less Doing’s Privacy Policy, available at www.lessdoing.com/privacy/, describe Less Doing’s privacy practices in relation to the Program.

Less Doing collects personal information in the Confidential Application, as well as income verification you submit as part of the application process (“Personal Information”). By providing Personal Information to Less Doing, you consent to Less Doing using the information for the purposes specified in our Privacy Policy. Less Doing does not rent, sell, or otherwise disclose Personal Information about its clients to third parties. Less Doing may allow authorized third party service providers access to Personal Information to perform services on its behalf. These service providers are required to provide appropriate privacy protection for the Personal Information, comparable to that of Less Doing, and to limit their use of such information to providing services on behalf of Less Doing. Less Doing will use its best efforts to protect your personal information against loss and unauthorized use.

Our sessions may also be monitored and recorded for quality assurance and training purposes. These recordings are voluntary, and you are not required to participate in them.

If any part of these Terms is declared invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the balance of these Terms shall remain valid.

Media release

Customer acknowledges that Service Provider will at times videotape, photograph, and otherwise reproduce via analog or digital means (collectively, ”Record°) your image, likeness and/or voice, and Customer agrees that Service Provider has the right to transfer and assign all rights associated with such recording, including without limitation the right of publicity. You agree that Service Provider and any assignee may use any recording in any written material, artwork, image, video or website to advertise Service Provider and/or its Services or its assignee’s business, without advancenotìce of the recording, and without the right to compensation or accreditation.

Intellectual Property and Work Product:

THIS IS NOT A WORK-FOR-HIRE AGREEMENT. All Works, ideas, inventions, discoveries, improvements, patents, copyrights, derivative works, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets (including all software, code, videos, written materials, models, marketing techniques and practices, illustrations and dœigns),and the like (coIIectively, “InteIlectual Property”),which are developed, conceived, created, discovered, learned, produced and/or otherwise generated by Service Provider under this Agreement shall be the sole and exclusive property of Service Provider and it shall own any and all right, title and interest to the same, however, the Intellectual Property shall be subject to a worldwide, non-exclusive license to Customer for its use only as intended under this Agreement where applicable.

Trade Secrets and Confidential lnformation:

As used in this Agreement,“Trade Secrets”means(1) any information that constitutes a trade secret under Texas law, and (2) any information relating to Service Provider’s business, including its website(s) and marketing efforts and sales, that is generally not known by non-company personnel, including: (i) methods, technique, formats, specifications, procedures,sales and marketing techniques and knowledge of and experience in the development and operation of Service Provider and its website(s); and (ìi) Service Provider’s strategic plans and concepts for the development, operation, or expansion of its products and services. The term“Trade Secrets“ include improvements in all of the foregoing as made, developed or invented from time to time. Upon execution of this Agreement and during the term of engagement Service Provider will have to disclose,and may have already disclosed to Customer certain Confidential Information. The Confidential Information is not generally known to others and could have economic value if disclosed to others and/or used by Customer, directly or indirectly. In consideration of the promises made in this Agreement and in consideration of Customer’s access to Confidential Information, Customer shall keep secret and confidential, and shall not use, except as necessary to perform its contemplated services herein, the Confidential Information.As used in this Agreement, “Confidential Information° means knowledge and other information concerning the operation, business, products, projections, market goals, financial affairs, Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets of Service Provider or such information relating to its website(s), or other information that is not known to the general public Without limiting the forgoing, Confidential Information also includes all information (including contact information) about service Provider’s contracted employees, freeIancers, customers, vendors,third-party affiliates and other similar parties. Customer agrees to maintain all such Confidential Information, both orally and in writing, in confidence and agree not to disclose, use or otherwise make available such Confidential Information to any third party without the prior written consent of Service Provider.


Customer understands that it is responsible for its Employees and Agents that partake of the program and agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Service Provider, along with its affiliates and their respective officers, directors, employees, and agents, against all damages, claims, liabilities, losses, and other expenses, including without limitation attorneys’ fees and related casts, whether or not a lawsuit or other proceeding is filed, in any way arising out of: (1) Customer’s, or any of its agent’s or employee’s breach here of, negligence, violation of confidentiality, infringement of intellectual property or trade secret rights or willful misconduct;

(2) Customer’s, or any of its agent’s or Employee’s, violation of any applicable law, ordinance, rule, or regulation; or (3) any provision of inaccurate, erroneous, or incomplete information by or on behalf of Customer hereunder. Customer shall also cooperate in all reasonable respects with Service Provider, its insurance company, and its legal counsel in its defense of such claim at Customer’s sole expense. Customer may not settle any potential suit hereunder without Service Provider’s prior written approval, not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned, or delayed. If Customer fails to promptly indemnify and defend a covered claim, Service Provider shall have the right to defend itself, and in such case, Customer shall promptly reimburse Service Provider for all of its associated costs and expenses.