The Leverage Podcast: The Best Life Hacks And Productivity Tips For Less Doing, More Living
About This Show
Welcome to The Leverage Podcast—the most productive podcast on the planet. If you’re looking for strategies to become more efficient—to have more time and freedom to do the things you love—this is the podcast for you.
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-Learn life hacks & tips directly from amazing guests including Tim Ferriss, Dan Sullivan, and Victoria Labalme...
-Discover new apps, tools, technologies, habits, ideas, and workflows you can use to improve your productivity...
-Skyrocket your personal and professional efficiency...
The Leverage Podcast is hosted by Ari Meisel and Nick Sonnenberg—two productivity professionals and successful entrepreneurs with a passion for creating companies that disrupt the way people live. Their latest joint-venture—GetLeverage.com—is the gold-standard in virtual assistant services, and credited with simplifying the insanely busy lives of entrepreneurs, executives, and working professionals all over the world.
Most Recent Episode
CAMERON HEROLD ON MAKING MEETINGS EFFECTIVE - THE LEVERAGE PODCAST - EPISODE #276
3 days ago
Cameron Herold is a business coach, mentor and author. Listen as Cameron shares the main reasons why meetings suck and how to change it. He shares skills and tactics for how to conduct effective meetings with your team members. Find Cameron’s books Double Double, Meetings Suck and The Miracle Morning for Entrepreneurs in Audible, iTunes and Amazon. Connect with Cameron through COO Alliance and his website. Key Quote “At the end of the day, the company has three resources – people, time and money. It’s how you allocate those three resources to get the highest ROI.” What You’ll Learn How most companies do not know how to run or participate in meetings The similarities between date night and meetings The basics of an effective meeting How miscommunication can happen with written messages as it depends on the receiver’s interpretation of the message How the purpose of a meeting is always specific Tips regarding meetings for those who have remote businesses such as having a specific start and end time How every type of meeting should have a clear agenda Team culture can be sustained in a remote setting by using tools that can promote group work The resources Cameron shares that can be used by remote teams such as Tiny Pulse and Slack Cameron’s top three pieces of advice to be more effective: Commit to 3 app Try to be the most vulnerable person Have fun along the way - Make sure yo