The Replaceable Founder

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sep 22, 2018 - Business & Economics - 110 pages
Are you an entrepreneur mystified as to how to scale your business? Do you realize the solution is to make yourself replaceable? Does that question bring up any resistance? Well, then you are ready to dive into my latest book. "The Replaceable Founder" explores the dynamics of entrepreneurship world and explains how founders can capitalize on emerging trends to optimize, automate, outsource, and create truly sustainable businesses.You'll be relieved to discover how simple and easy it is to relinquish control and cultivate a more productive mindset with this book. I'll give you the tools to confidently optimize, securely automate, and effortlessly outsource the majority of your daily tasks for the greater good of your business. Author Ari Meisel wrote with exceptional articulation and clarity in the book, sharing practical, actionable methods on how entrepreneurs can build next level businesses through his proprietary OA Methodology. This book is a blueprint that will help you eliminate that "I got this" mentality so you can create your own path to professional and financial success, no matter the size of your business. Quite simply, It is filled with "right here, right now" tactics and processes that will show you how to build a better company. This is not a book that tells you a story about how to start a business, it is one of those rare practical guides that has the power to change any entrepreneur's life. All Ari asks is that founders get out of their own way.

About the author (2018)

Ari Meisel is a self described, "Overwhelmologist". He helps entrepreneurs who have opportunity in excess of what their infrastructure can support, to optimize, automate, and outsource everything, so they can make themselves replaceable and scale their business. The foundation of his business, Less Doing, is built on nine guiding principles described in detail in 'The Replaceable Founder". This comprehensive attack on overwhelm includes: Communication -- Organizing Ideas, Asynchronous Communication, and Inbox Zero.Project Management -- Optimized Processes, Idea to Achievement, and The Six Levels of Delegation. Process -- Content Planning and Creation, Hiring/Onboarding, and The Customer Journey. He 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.

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