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Episode Info: On this enlightening interview, Ari talks to Rob Dube, author of Do Nothing. Slow down to speed up. It sounds counter-intuitive, but it is at the heart of what Rob preaches.   Rob started his company in 1991 and had to deal with family and health issues when he was younger, as well as anxiety. He discovered meditation about 13 years ago, and it has changed his perspective both in his life and as a leader in his organization. Rob talks about the importance of taking the time to slow down and be truly present in the moment, and how this impacts efficiency and productivity in organizations.   Tune in to also find out more about the silent retreat Rob is organizing, and how meditation could be an effective tool for you.   Key Takeaways: [:30] Ari introduces his guest for this episode — Rob Dube. [:56] What doesn’t Rob do? [2:50] What is Image 1? [3:27] How does Rob's meditation translate into his leadership with his team? [5:42] How can companies balance between employees mediating and being driven? [6:48] What kind of physical environment does Rob have for his employees to find clarity of mind? [8:07] What is a challenge Rob is facing in the growth of his organization? [10:04] How does Rob present his company culture to potential candidates in the hiring process? [11:37] When an employee is not a good fit for his organization, how does Rob handle offboarding? [15:04] What kinds of jobs is Rob trying to fill in his organization that he’s having trouble with? Why? [16:58] What is next for Rob’s growth? [18:38] Ari and Rob discuss his upcoming silent retreat. [23:35] What are Rob’s top three pieces of advice for people to be more effective? [25:08] Get in touch with Rob via his website to find out more about his work.   Mentioned in This Episode: Less Doing Less Doing on Facebook Ari Meisel on Twitter Ari Meisel on Instagram Do Nothing, by Robe Dube Image OneRead more »

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