Optimize & Automate The Productivity of Your HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical Contracting Business With Ari Meisel

Ari Meisel's Head shot

Episode Overview

“The inspiration for entrepreneurs comes from all over, but for Ari Meisel, bestselling author, productivity expert, and founder of the company Less Doing, desperation was the driving force that helped him launch the business and led to productivity breakthroughs that changed his life.”

Join Tersh Blissett and Co-host Josh Crouch as they interview Ari Meisel about how to Optimize & Automate your business and also discusses how Leverage Virtual Assistant Service, a service that helps people outsource task that takes up the majority of their time so that they can be allocated to their more important tasks. Let Tersh Blissett and Josh Crouch be your guide in getting you to the top here at Service Business Mastery. 

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Tune in as they sit down with an inspiring business owner to talk about how to optimize & automate their business, an author of the famous book “From Idea to Execution” a champion of productivity and efficiency today with us! 

Let his nuggets of wisdom goals guide you in owning a thriving, profitable, and ever-growing business.

(Ari Meisel is best known for being a successful entrepreneur after beating incurable Crohn’s Disease using a healthy diet and lifestyle. He also started a virtual assistant company called Less Doing (He has collaborated with the Founder to bring his Less Doing, More Living system to our amazing community) and wrote a book with his co-founder Nick Sonnenberg called Idea to Execution. The book provides tips on how to optimize, automate, and outsource are the key tenants to success (Meisel’s approach) in anything you want to do. In addition, this book helps your business to increase efficiency and profitability.

A devoted husband and father of four, Meisel has helped thousands of individuals and businesses become more effective by simply working 5 ½ hours a day.) 

So do you want to find out what you’re doing wrong when it comes to optimizing your work?  Do you want to know Ari’s favorite new tricks and tools out there to be more efficient? and what you can not under any circumstance delegate or outsource to someone else? Then this podcast is definitely for you.

In this inspiring interview, learn Meisel’s secrets of airtight productivity and how you too can master productivity, automate, and outsource your life and business.

Email is a powerful tool

[00:08:00] “Someone who claims to check their email twice a day is probably not being truthful. In any case, it’s not a reasonable expectation to have because ain’t no one’s gonna believe you,” says Ari Meisel. 

[00:09:00] “You’ll completely alter the tone and discussion if you send an automated response and only check it twice a day, doing it manually or automatically either way checking your email just two times in a day is something I would not recommend it. I probably check my email 50 or 60 times per day, which people find surprising, right That’s because I’m a productive person. So, make good use of email. You can make email a powerful tool for yourself if you use it correctly,” he further adds.

Make your inbox productive

[00:14:00]  “In my opinion, control is both the antidote to stress and the antidote to overwhelm, because a lot of overwhelm is just a result of being taken up by the tide and trying to keep your head above water. So, our goal is to capture control over our inboxes and the other resources will help us achieve that,” says Ari Meisel.

Asynchronous vs Synchronous Communication

 [00:16:00] “For different types of communication, you need to have multiple types of communication tools as well,” says Ari Meisel. 

“Doing as much asynchronously as possible is going to be a drastic time-saver—now and in the future.” Here is the FREE TEAM COMMUNICATION GUIDE for you.

<< To know more tune into this absolutely interesting episode with all secrets and tips right away! >>

Ari Meisel recently joined Service Business Mastery Podcast some key takeaways from the show:

  • Find out how Ari’s outsourcing rule allows you to focus on growing your business
  • Nine fundamentals of Less Doing.
    • Divided into three main categories:
    • Communication
    • Project Management, and 
    • Processes
  • Six levels of delegation depending on levels
  • How saying no to a new opportunity can help you grow your business
  • How machine learning can save you time and automate your processes
  • Why working more hours does not always lead to more productivity

 

“While my family gets almost all my time, my business gets my best ideas”

-Ari Meisel

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About The Guest

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More about Ari from his website, www.lessdoing.com

“I’m 23 and I’m playing very big in life, but I’m out of control. I’m overwhelmed as a result of with my own doing. I have my hand in so much.

For three years, I’ve been giving new life to an old cigar warehouse I’m planning to lease out. I’ve set it up so that every contractor working on the project has to teach me their trade. So I’m doing plumbing, electrical, structural, flooring, heating – everything. At the same time, I’m on so many boards – Head of Binghamton, NY’s architectural review board; Chairman of all our city New Year’s Eve charity celebrations; Regional Airport Board. And on top of all this, I’m cramming in print, radio, and TV interviews three to four times a week.

18-hour workdays. Fast food. Every night drinking with my construction crew. And adding to my stress, I’m $3 million in debt on the residential loft redevelopment.
My lifestyle is a recipe for disaster. And then, suddenly, the blowback. Unexplainable excruciating stomach pain so bad it feels like I might die. Rushing to the hospital. Batteries of tests. Vomiting. Mental fog. And almost overnight, so little energy I can’t be on the job site. Most days I’m curled up in a ball of pain. And I’m losing weight fast.

The life I worked so hard to create is collapsing. Even my social life. I was dating a woman, Anna. But instead of being able to wine, dine, and impress her, I was continually stuck in the bathroom with deeply embarrassing, emasculating digestive problems.”

So, what’re you waiting for? Tune into this episode right away and get one step closer to becoming the successful owner of your dreams.

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To go deeper into the insights shared in this episode, do listen to this podcast and get equipped with essential business advice from this impactful conversation. 

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