Wild Apricot Podcast Episode 6: Get it done in one hour a day

Lori Smith 29 September 2015 0 comments

An exclusive interview with Productivity Expert, Ari Meisel 

(Leverage)

Ari Meisel, Less Doing More LivingDo you ever feel like there is not enough time to “get it all done”?

What if we told you that everything important could be done in...just one hour a day.

You would probably say...one hour a day? Ya right!

But sometimes necessity is the mother of all invention.

Ari Meisel is an author, speaker and productivity expert. He believes that 95% of the things you do on a daily basis could be done by other people or other things.

It is that 5% that only you can do and do better than anybody else that you should focus on.

Ari learned this the hard way. Through his own personal struggles with Crohn’s disease, he could only work for about an hour a day. Given this time constraint, he came up with a completely new method of productivity called Leverage.

Today, Ari runs a world-class podcast series on the topic of productivity and speaks to entrepreneurs around the world. We brought him in to hear what he had to say because we know many of you are the only paid staff, volunteers or executives doing it all!

Some of the key takeaways include:

  • finding your most optimal work time
  • how to keep your inbox to zero (the 3 D’s)
  • discovering your true value and where you should spend your time (that 5%)
  • dealing with distractions and keeping focused

Listen Now! or click below to subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes!


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Lori Smith [Smiley Apricot]

Posted by Lori Smith [Smiley Apricot]

Published Tuesday, 29 September 2015 at 9:47 AM

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