Follow the Leaders
Fill in the blank. My business would be more successful and I would be a happier CEO if I could do MORE ________ and LESS ________.
Less doing is the theme of this year’s VACEOs Retreat and there’s no better expert than Ari Meisel. We are pleased to announce Meisel, founder of Less Doing, will share the principles within his latest book The Replaceable Founder during his keynote address AND small group workshops at this year’s VACEOs Retreat.
“I’m looking forward to bringing my actionable techniques to the members of the VA Council of CEOs. My goal is to bring focus and empower, and I look forward to meeting this great group of entrepreneurs.” – Ari Meisel
About Ari Meisel and Less Doing
Meisel is a self-described “Overwhelmologist” and founder of Less Doing. He helps entrepreneurs who have opportunity in excess of what their infrastructure can support, find focus, flexibility, and freedom in their business. The methodology enables founders to become replaceable so they can scale their business.
Less Doing is built on nine guiding principles described in detail in his latest book, The Replaceable Founder. It is a comprehensive attack on overwhelm that offers guidance in three fundamental areas:
Meisel 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.
And our Annual Members-Only CEO Retreat provides the CEO with:
Registration for this event opens in January. Not a VA Council of CEOs Member? You should be! Learn more here.
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