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An Efficiency B is a strong woman, who is influential in her pursuit to achieve her dreams. She strives for maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense. She is BOLD: An EB follows her instincts and refuses to follow gender stereotypes, pressure from political ideology, and cultural stigmas to define her goals and life path. She is BALANCED: An EB believes work-life balance includes a healthy mix of Family, Community, Faith, Health, and Passion. She chooses the people in her li ...
 
Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety. Hosted by HVAC measurement and building performance expert Bill Spohn, this show will take a deep dive into all things that relate to buildings and people in the built environment. This show is a production of TruTech Tools
 
In this light-hearted yet thought-provoking collection of articles, Bennett offers his thoughts on exercising the mind, organising your life, the advantages (and disadvantages) of marriage and other pocket philosophies.The book stands the test of time, and much is still relevant and amusing - perhaps even more so, with nearly 100 years of hindsight, than when it was originally written.The book "X" to which Bennett refers in Chapter 5 is An Essay on the Principle of Population by Thomas Malth ...
 
What strategies can hospitals adopt to reduce their impact on the local and global environment? How might they reduce the carbon footprint of vehicles transporting patients, visitors and goods? This album visits three hospitals which have adopted green approaches to energy efficiency, by cutting electricity consumption, reducing traffic volume, and even generating their own renewable energy. This material forms part of The Open University course T206 Energy for a sustainable future.
 
Mental Efficiency and Other Hints to Men and Women is one of the many self help books that Bennett wrote, the most famous of these being How to Live 24 Hours a Day. It is highly readable, amusing and offers wisdom in an extremely palatable form. Bennett's gift for analysis and his knowledge of philosophy and psychology make this book a valuable treasure trove of handy hints to improve our lives. Though it was first published in 1911, it remains as relevant, wise and useful as it did more tha ...
 
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Toni-Ann Mayembe, a full-time dentist, Navy reservist, and the blogger and podcaster for Real Happy Mom, joins me to discuss the struggle that is balancing work and motherhood. We talk about self-discipline, the steps she takes to have a productive week, and what a "good mom" looks like to us. You can find her free Ultimate Working Mom Hacks here a…
 
We all have these things in our work and personal life we call Time Squanders — those 5-10 minute activities that somehow work their way into our days. These really add up and have a surprising impact on your Time, Energy, and Attention. A perfect example of this is dealing with your files, notes, and photos — figuring out where to put them, and ev…
 
Candis Spivey, an Arizona sugar artist, joins me to talk about how she stumbled into building Honey Bee Cake Co. We talk about ways to scale her business and I give her my advice on outsourcing the tasks she doesn't do well, including a job description for a personal assistant. She specializes in bespoke cakes, and you won't believe the quality! Yo…
 
Back in 2013, at Asian Efficiency we first introduced the evening ritual which is the idea of having a routine at the end of the day to help you wind down, get ready for the next day and have a great night of sleep. Since then, we’ve helped people all over the world implement an evening ritual to help them be more productive at work and in life. In…
 
Founder and founding attorney of Easton Law, Rebecca Easton joins me to talk about how she is helping families enhance their lives today and secure their futures tomorrow. Her legal expertise includes family protection, wealth preservation, and values-based planning, as well as planning strategies for unmarried couples, divorced individuals, and re…
 
At Asian Efficiency we’re known for the TEA Framework which is our productivity method. It stands for Time, Energy, and Attention which are the three pillars of productivity. Today’s episode will help you maximize Time, the first pillar in our framework. On The Productivity Show, we’ve talked a lot about weekly and quarterly planning but not so muc…
 
Today is my 40th birthday. As a gift to myself (and I hope all of you) I talk about the 4 things that have helped me get to where I am today : 1) get a side hustle 2) get organization 3) life map 4) your people Thank you for listening to my podcast and helping making one of my many dreams come true.על ידי Melissa Leon
 
Today I’m joined by Sachit Gupta, host of the Conscious Creators podcast and an expert helping people launch their platforms. We discuss how you can build self-awareness and why it’s the ultimate productivity hack, powerful questions to ask yourself for self-discovery, and his rules of productivity that allow him to be creative and get stuff done. …
 
Dr. Erin Ellis joins me to talk about how being diagnosed with cancer at age 31 sparked her determination to become a doctor and how she is now empowering other women to become their best selves. Her passion is spreading the modalities of Naturopath Medicine and helping women address the root cause of their health problems so that nothing can hold …
 
Jenn Kautsch of SoberSis joins me to discuss what it means to be sober-minded and how she helps women renegotiate their relationship with alcohol without labels, shame, judgment, or rules. You can find the SoberSis website here and her FREE video series here. You can also follow Jenn on Instagram and Facebook.…
 
Have you ever been working away on something and you felt like time just melted away? You came out of it feeling like you made a ton of progress, and that everything just came together. That feeling was a state of Flow, and in this episode, we are going to share some tactical ways that YOU can get into the flow state, with systems and tools that wo…
 
Meghan Tschanz joins me to discuss her new book, Women Rising, a personal tale of transformation and a Christian blueprint for anyone wanting to confront injustice against women. While participating in a mission trip around the world, Meghan witnessed women's oppression that she never thought possible. With humility and grit, Meghan calls Christian…
 
Kathleen Byars joins me to talk about her journey to creating a balanced life and how she is now helping other corporate women do the same. From corporate powerhouse turned beach-bum sabbatical in the Caribbean to Home Schooling two kids, Kate's road to finding the balance between being a career woman and a mother was long. Now she uses her years o…
 
On the Asian Efficiency website, we have over 600 blog posts. That’s close to a million words that have been written and we didn’t even include all the newsletters, course materials, workbooks, and everything else we produce. We write a lot and in this episode, we’ll share how we get so much writing done. We share our 4-step writing process, which …
 
Keli Raymond, Master Hypnotic Coach & Psychic Medium is the President & CEO of Pathway Hypnotherapy & Intuitive Counseling, LLC. She is also the Director & Principal Instructor of the CA & FL Hypnotherapy & Intuitive Training Academies. She is certified through the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (A.C.H.E) as a Master Hypnotic Coach Instruc…
 
Matt Gottesman joins me to talk about his journey into 6 million podcast downloads, 1.5million social media followers, and his global digital marketing brands. With nearly 20 years experience as an international business strategist, growth marketer and brand architect focusing on luxury, lifestyle, arts and entertainment, health and wellness, tech,…
 
How many things in your work or personal life do you just “put up with”? It could be mistakes that happen, a tool that annoys you, or someone that you work with that slows things down. At Asian Efficiency we have a principle called the “3 Times Rule” to get to the root of all these things once and for all, which lets us move forward quickly and eff…
 
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn Ben Franklin Bill is joined by Peter Troast of the Energy Circle and Steve Byers of Energy Logic to share their many reasons for attending the National Home Performance Conference year after year. Sign up for the 2021 National Home Performance Conference (all virtual) now at: ht…
 
Your host, Melissa Leon, explores the word bitch, why it makes us uncomfortable, and how it is used today. She shares the story of her book title, Efficiency Bitch. Melissa invites you to send her an email if you would like to connect eb@twosenseconsulting.com.על ידי Melissa Leon
 
It's here!!! The first episode of The EfficiencyB Podcast - excited can't begin to cover it! In this episode, you will meet the host, Melissa Leon, learn a little about her story and the definition of what an EfficiencyB is. As a welcome gift, Melissa would like to offer you a free gift to help delegate or delete ALL the things and focus on the RIG…
 
Want to know the secret to achieving your goals and getting your important work done? It’s not time management, apps, or tools – it’s ACCOUNTABILITY. But what does that mean? And how do you find accountability for yourself? In this episode, I’m joined by Debbie Rosemont – a Certified Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant who is the fou…
 
If you’re just starting out in your productivity journey, you are in a GREAT situation. You can optimize right away, and you can learn from what has worked for others and, where it makes sense, apply it to yourself. It’s a gift that will pay off for years to come. However, maybe you’ve been working for a while. What lessons do you WISH you had lear…
 
When searching for productivity apps, you’ll find thousands of apps out there. How do you know which one is right for you? What if you had a limited budget? It’s easy to spend hundreds of dollars on apps only to find out that most are garbage. So in this episode, we set a challenge for ourselves with our top picks of productivity apps with a budget…
 
I’m a big believer in the idea that a majority of our happiness comes from the people we surround ourselves with. Imagine when everyone in your family, friends, and closest contacts are all cheering for you, are regularly letting you know how much they care about you, and that you can always count on them for anything you need. Wouldn’t that be ama…
 
One of the most important things you can do to protect yourself online is to be smart about how you create and store your passwords. In 2021, you don’t want to be re-using the same passwords on multiple sites, writing them on sticky notes, or storing them in Passwords.doc on your Desktop. So what should you do instead? In this episode, we’re going …
 
Imagine for a moment that you only have $100 in your budget to spend on productivity tools. What would you spend it on? We asked ourselves that question and came up with a list of gear and tools that we would buy on a limited budget of just $100. Every dollar counts so we made sure that every recommendation would pull its weight and help you become…
 
Your calendar is so important – it’s the ultimate record of where you put your priorities and where you spend your time. It is also one of the productivity tools we use the most, so any improvement to the way you USE your calendar will have an immediate impact every single day. There aren’t many productivity changes you can make that will do that! …
 
“I’ve been struck again and again by how important measurement is to improving the human condition.” Bill Gates Lend us your ears as Kaleb and Bill have a very fun interview with Ben Reed, VP of Products at TZOA, a relative new comer to the world of measurement products. TZOA’s approach with the Haven product is totally unique: a retrofittable resi…
 
Digital clutter is the hidden enemy of productivity. Bit by bit, it steals your time, energy, and attention. And since we use our computers, tablets, and phones so much every single day, the distraction and wasted time really adds up. In this episode, we will share 5 ways you can do a digital declutter, and for each one, we’ll give you tips to STAY…
 
When this episode is released, it’s the end of January and you know what that means – it means it’s the time when those goals and resolutions many of us made at the start of the year begin to fade away. Well, not this year 2021! In this episode, we are going to share a key strategy for sticking with your goals — keeping them visible — and we’re goi…
 
Today I’m joined by Paul Maskill, a business coach helping home service business owners systematize and scale their businesses. He’s also a big productivity nerd like the rest of us and we dove into his personal productivity system, how he uses buffer blocks, why he wakes up every day at 5am, and how he delegates things within his family life. You …
 
The web browser is one of the most commonly used tools. You probably spend more than 4 hours a day using it and it’s a powerful tool. If you’re like most people you haven’t looked much into how to use this tool and turn it into a productivity powerhouse tool. That’s going to change today as we’re going to share some of our favorite browser hacks th…
 
Do you find it hard to find the time, energy, and attention to do everything you want to do each week? It could be that you’re doing things that you really shouldn’t be doing. Maybe they’re things you don’t like to do, or maybe they’re things that you ENJOY doing, but they are taking you away from making progress on your goals. In this episode, we …
 
Today I’m joined by Joe Fier. He’s the co-host of the podcast Hustle & Flowchart where they interview successful entrepreneurs and go deep about their unique business strategies. He’s also the co-founder of Evergreen Profits where he helps people start and grow online businesses. In this episode, we talked about how to incorporate more fun in your …
 
“He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.” Thomas Carlyle Bill was honored to welcome Dr. Stephanie Taylor to the podcast where she shares the fascinating story of her career path from medicine to architecture to crusading for better building health by bridging these professional silos. He had a great time interviewing Step…
 
“The family is one of nature’s masterpieces.” George Santayana Bill is joined Marty and David Indursky, a father and son team that have built Encon, an award winning, NJ-based HVAC/building solutions company. Hear how David has reinvigorated the company by implementing modern technology techniques after he took it over from his father who founded E…
 
“I grew up thinking that a research scientist was a natural thing to be.” Stephen Hawking There’s physical science. And there’s a kind of science as to how the mind works and how people achieve their dreams. Blend one-part plasma fusion physics with one-part commercial real estate and stir this in an open and creative mind and you have Peter Capuci…
 
“The only think I have learnt over the years is that if you enjoy your work and put in best efforts it will show. If you follow this process, things work out. But if you go chasing a formula, success will elude you.” Mahesh Babu While building his own house, John Semmelhack’s innate curiosity grew as he researched the best was to design and build a…
 
“True genius lies not in doing the extraordinary things, but in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.” General Louis H. Wilson, Jr. Building science principles are few and fairly straightforward; ordinary, perhaps. HAM: A lot of it amounts to control the flow of Heat, Air and Moisture. But, like so many things in this world, the devil is in t…
 
May the forces of evil become confused on the way to your house. George Carlin Yep, Radon is force of evil. Pure evil. Colorless. Odorless. Deadly. But sneaky. It’s deadly over decades. My good friend Dick Kornbluth joins me to unravel the intricacies of all aspects of Radon – a colorless, odorless, poisonous radioactive gas. Dick explains how and …
 
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