Have you ever wanted to do something but just didn’t know how? Have you felt like 2012 should be a new year for you but you’re faced with the same challenges that you were in 2011? Achievement Architecture is based upon the art of less doing so that you can simplify your life and learn how to lead a more effective life. The outcome is that you will be more productive and be more successful.
Many people focus on productivity as the problem. However, through research and listening to countless individual problems, it has been discovered that productivity isn’t a problem – it’s a symptom. It’s why treating it as the main problem doesn’t make it go away. It’s ultimately like trying to cure the common cold with a cough drop – it’s just not the right remedy.
So what is the correct remedy? Achievement architecture is a coaching service that has been developed through experimentation, analytics and personal tracking to help individuals with some amazing results. Anything that you are trying to achieve is possible through building the right architecture – that is, the setting of goals. This includes everything from corporate operations to curing chronic illnesses and even running a faster mile.
By learning to work smarter instead of harder, you can hone the skills of doing less and becoming more productive. It is all because of a unique sense of being able to optimize, automate and outsource. After all, why should you have to do everything yourself if there are people better qualified out there who can do it for you? This will allow you to spread yourself out a little more effectively so that you can concentrate on the things that you can do properly without having to stress over the smaller details. Many people are just focusing on the wrong problems. They try to look at a symptom instead of the full cause, which is why their goals are ultimately not getting accomplished in a timely manner – or at all in some cases.
By taking a step back, Ari is able to use Achievement Architecture to coach people to become more effective. Tools and techniques will be implemented in order to reach the goals by forming appropriate milestones and setting benchmarks along the way. It’s 2012 – what are your goals and how will you reach them?
Ari Meisel started three companies in the technology sector before high school. After graduating from college, Ari went to visit a friend in upstate New York who showed him a group of 1880's cigar factories, which he bought with the vision of creating luxury lofts. Ari created LEED Pro as a green building consulting business and to operate the LEED Pro Blog on green building materials. In order to keep up with all of these ventures, Ari had to develop several systems and processes to make managing several ventures at nice feasible, so he co-founded LessDoing.com. Ari has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and spoke at TEDxEast this past May.
Jason Wisdom Ran consumer insights consultancy Drawing Insights, servicing both brands and agencies with qualitative market research used to inform ideation and strategy. Worked with brands ranging from consumer packaged good to higher education. Following work at Drawing Insights, Jason moved to NYC, coming on board Last Exit and developing insights and strategy for brands like Chegg and Belvedere. He's also taught workshops, classes and courses at multiple Universities on consumer insights and ideation.
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