May 8, 2018
Ari Meisel is a self described, “Overhwhelmologist” who helps entrepreneurs who have opportunity in excess of what their infrastructure can handle, to optimize, automate, and outsource everything in their business, so they can make themselves replaceable and scale their business.
Ari is the Founder of Less Doing, author of the best-selling book, “The Art of Less Doing”, and its sequel, the forthcoming “The Replaceable Founder”, coming this September. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business, an Ironman, and a devoted husband to Anna and father to four children, Ben, 6, Sebastien and Lucas, 4 and Chloe, 2.
In this episode, Ari talks about how taking control of his life and managing his stress increased his productivity and free time, as well as encouraging others to do the same. To Ari, having a system and staying organized can help you control your world by limiting the amount of decisions you have to make using the Three D’s—delete it, deal with it, or defer it. By making yourself replaceable and managing your time effectively, you will help empower your team. Focusing on what truly matters and outsourcing the unnecessary is what will optimize a business.