Episode 3- Process Street with Vinay Patankar


We’re joined by Vinay from Process Street, a SaaS product that helps teams work better in less time with peace of mind. Process Street can be described in simple terms as a checklist that’s used over and over again, but has much deeper capabilities through its ability to shape automated workflows on a customized level. Its integration abilities positions it as a strong contender for companies who are working across various apps to manage their data, customers, workflow and output. Vinay discusses how Process Street was birthed, how it’s continued to grow, and how they serve businesses at every end of the spectrum.

On This Episode:


  • How Process Street is a checklist app with plenty of power under the hood
  • Process Street’s CRM and app integration capabilities
  • How Process Street brings powerful workflow capabilities to the humble checklist
  • Vinay’s origin story as an Australian app builder – how he turned his company into his first...
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Ari Meisel, Less Doing



On this episode, we talked to Ari Meisel – the founder of Less Doing.

Ari is the creator of the Optomize, Automate, Outsource (OAO) methodology – helping people gain back invaluable time in their personal and professional lives.

In this episode we cover:

  • A mutual love of Krav Maga (an Israeli self-defense system)
  • Ari’s first project as a 20-year-old in Upstate New York, creating a loft district and learning trades communally – landing him in $3m of debt by age 23
  • How a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease led to self-tracking and experimentation, leading to the birth of Less Doing
  • How Less Doing teaches people to optimize, automate and outsource everything in their lives in order to be more effective
  • Why Ari isn’t a goal setter
  • Ari’s Ted Talk pitch: make yourself as replaceable as possible
  • How being a control freak is just another form of procrastination
  • Getting to the heart of why somebody’s trying to get to a solution
  • The...
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Carrying Out an Automation Audit

Sometimes, automation gets the short end of the stick. When misinterpreted, people speak of automation with fear – as something negative that will play a part in disrupting economies through the reduction of jobs available for a human workforce. However, this is a short-sighted approach to automation. In fact, when automation is used well, it’s far less about replacing people, and much more about empowering them – removing repetitive manual tasks and allowing them to focus on their core role and on their clients with a refined understanding of their strengths and abilities.

When automation is embraced in a workplace or business, it can significantly increase productivity and profitability.CLICK TO TWEET

Automation can be implemented on scales large and small, but every layer of automation that’s added in a way that complements your business will bring with it marked changes and improvements in the way your team operates.

Beginning to understand how...

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