(Pdf or ebook) Less Doing More Living by Ari Meisel

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Less is or specifically the less you have to do the life you have to live Efficiency expert Ari Meisel details his Less Doing philosophy which will streamline your life and make everything easier In business and our personal lives it often seems as if the only way to get done is by putting in time hours at the office days running errands But what if there were a way that we could do less and free up time for the. There is useful and interesting information buried in here but much of it is devoted to promoting websites and apps I can see the benefits of automating tasks hey my bills are on autopay and I have tasks that I do on a routine basis at work But for most of us the non entrepreneur non executive non billionaire regular working schmo much of this is not too terribly relevant I can t hire a virtual assistant in my civilian Army job I can t even download many of these programs to my computer without an act of Congress But there are jewels in her and I did take some of the suggestions to heart and will look to implement them

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Less Doing More Living

Things and people we love If this sounds like what you need Ari Meisel TEDx speaker efficiency consultant and achievement architect has the program for you In Less Doing More Living Meisel explores the fundamental principles of his “Less Doing” philosophy educating the reader onOptimizing workflow with twenty first century apps and toolsCreating an “external brain” in the Cloud to do all of your “lower?. This book is packed with tips advice ideas suggestions on how to automate yourself By turning your brain over to the internet and semi anonymous online services that will do the thinking for you you can become efficient productive and creative I am uncomfortable with signing up for free or low fee services that have access to all sorts of personal information and data I wonder what s being done with all this private data how else it might be usedI was also struck by how we have taken some very modern technology and turned it into a sort of Mad Men style bosssecretary relationship Let s outsource buying flowers for our girlfriends have your online assistant send flowers but not too regularly that way it seems spontaneous and heartfelt Do we all need secretaries to handle our dry cleaning and make appointments for us Is it ok to pay anonymous services pennies a month to schedule mammograms and write checks on our behalf because we don t feel like we should have to do it ourselves Do we have a responsibility to know the working conditions of these establishments These are some of the thoughts that popped up for me during this read which makes me think that I am not uite up to speed in this modern worldIf your work is primarily online there are very useful explanations of different softwares and apps that you ll want to check out and I like the minimize everything approach I liked the Wellness chapter because it was an excellent analysis of how to think about health along with solid suggestions that weren t just app reviews This is a book that I would like to revisit in maybe five years and see if my own ideas about privacy and the uantified self have changed enough to appreciate this approach

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?? thinking like keeping track of appointments meetings and ideasHow to use technology to live a paper free lifeThe three fundamentals of wellness fitness sleep and nutrition and technological  approaches to improving these areas of lifeAnd so much This book will give readers new tools and techniues for streamlining their workload being efficient in their day to day activities and making everything in life easier. I read this book thanks to BlinkistThis is basically a list of apps that you can use to do things How is it a bookThe key message in this bookThough life today seems to be stress filled there are ways to cut through the clutter and own your hours With simple techniues and innovative new tools and services to guide you you ll be saving time for the things you love in no time at all Actionable adviceDe clutter your inboxUse your e mail service s filter to automatically put all e mails that have the term Unsubscribe and don t have FW or RE in them in a folder called Optional This will weed out a lot of non essential and distracting e mails from your inbox that you can look at later once you ve got timeSuggested further reading Scrum by Jeff SutherlandLearn all about Scrum the project management system that has revolutionized the technology industry This is a uniuely adaptive flexible system that allows teams to plan realistically and adjust their goals through constant feedback By using Scrum your team can improve their productivity and the final result without creating needless stress or working longer hours To find these blinks press I m done at the bottom of the screen


10 thoughts on “Less Doing More Living

  1. says:

    I won this through FirstReads so even though I'm having a hard time figuring out what I think about this book I will review it My main problem is who is this for? The target audience is apparently entrepreneurs who are comfortable outsourcing their entire lives over the internet who have also never heard of Google A sample chapter is You should hire people to do things for you and then four pages of reviewing different websites wh

  2. says:

    I strongly believe in what I have read in this book If we need to do we would have to be precise in what we have and own That would be in less accumulating unnecessary things and stuff in every aspect in our life relationships work home and our virtual social media reality That would help us to focus in what we do

  3. says:

    There is useful and interesting information buried in here but much of it is devoted to promoting websites and apps I can see the be

  4. says:

    This is a book of a type I’ve read uite freuently over the past decade the type that suggest putting much of your life on autopilot by using services available over the web There’s a lot of repetition compared to thos

  5. says:

    This book is packed with tips advice ideas suggestions on how to automate yourself By turning your brain over to the internet and se

  6. says:

    Very short listen There is definitely some good information here but I wonder about the value of being overly efficient within oneself when it often means that you're creating a LOT of overhead outside of yourself For example it seem

  7. says:

    This book is like a walking ad for different websites I don't think its very useful unless you have money for websites The sites LOOK interesting and he promotes them but I can't take his reviews of these sites seriouslyO

  8. says:

    I enjoyed reading this book because it made me think about my time management and how I could be productive Stop wasting time on email and probably stop wasting time doing these reviewslolHowever the book is not for the average person because it suggests outsourcing with virtual assistants etc One thing that didn't make s

  9. says:

    I read this book thanks to BlinkistThis is basically a list of apps that you can use to do things How is it a book?The key message in this bookThough life today seems to be stress filled there are ways to cut th

  10. says:

    I can understand why many reviewers have bashed this book It goes beyond most people's comfort zones The idea of outsourcing a huge portion of your life is hard to swallow even if you have the money to afford it Most of the ideas in this book I was already familiar with via Tim Ferriss Mike Vardy and others in th