Time, TV & The Truth – with Monique Lindner

Time, TV & The Truth – with Monique Lindner

Time, TV & The Truth - with Monique Lindner

Monique Lindner is a High Performance & Leadership specialist, TEDx speaker, and location-independent entrepreneur. Her clients range from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies like Apple. She works with business leaders and CEOs and their teams of up to 160 people in helping them to optimize their efficiency, build solid leadership skills, improve their mindset, and create massive impact. With her unique The T.I.M.E. Method® and her tagline ‘Slow Down to Speed Up’, she is on a mission to help business owners take back control of their time and energy and grow impactful businesses. In today’s episode, Monique talks about how to ‘Slow down to Speed up‘ as she firmly believes that if you can not take easily two weeks, or even just two days, off without turning into a nervous wreck, then it’s time for a change!

HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

[1:24] – Today is our one year anniversary of the podcast, Efficiency on Demand.

 

[2:45] – What are the best thing that you can do to help and support us.

 

[4:00] –  From next solo episode, I will choose those ratings reviews, we will draw them and we will read them out and we probably have some little gifts for you to send out.

 

[6:12] – Many people reach out and asked me why I don’t share more about my time method?

 

[6:53] – My book is not only about how you can save time, how you can be more efficient. But it’s really actually about how you can get rid of toxicity in your life.

 

[7:18] – I have hired a marketing coach to just help me bring my message a little bit further into this world.

 

[8:34] – In this solo episode you’re going to hear a lot about time, the four pillars of the time method. 

  • Time management
  • Impactful leadership
  • Mindset mastery 
  • Energy efficiency

 

[10:21] – Let’s go dive a little bit into the book.

 

[16:32] – I’m certainly not a person who supports the law of attraction. 

 

[17:02] –  Why is time so important, though?

 

[19:54] – Seven years ago, I have consciously decided to stop watching any TV, movies, Netflix, anything. 

  • I want to spend my time not being brainwashed by certain ideas.

[23:40] – Where do you really want to spend your time?

    Ready to create an abundance of
    TIME in your life?

    Are you constantly chasing time, feeling like your to-do lists filling up faster than you can work them off? Overwhelm, stress and exhaustion are your weekly companions even though you didn’t invite them over … and too often you are saying yes to things you actually wanted to say no to? 

    Is your energy low, you are asking yourself where all the fun has been left and you just wish you had more time… you know for all of those things you don’t even dare to write down on one of your lists.  Then it’s time for you to read

    The T.I.M.E. Method™ – A no bullsh*t guide to creating an abundance of time

    IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

    I’m certainly not a person who supports the law of attraction.

    Monique Lindner

    I live every day I get to experience as if it was a new life, one life a day, that’s all I got, that’s all you got.

    Monique Lindner

    The problem is that we think we have time, we think that we somehow own time for as long as we live. But we don’t actually know how long that will be.

    Monique Lindner

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    Soviet Union, Self Concept & Standing your Ground with Yuri Kruman

    Soviet Union, Self Concept & Standing your Ground with Yuri Kruman

    Soviet Union, Self Concept & Standing your Ground with Yuri Kruman

    Yuri is the CEO of HR, Talent & Systems Consulting, an award-winning HR consultancy. As a certified SHRM-SCP, he is likewise a sought-after speaker and expert on HR, Digital Transformation and Employee Experience (EX). He is also a Forbes Coaches Council member and contributor to Entrepreneur, Business.com, Influencive and several other top platforms. He has consulted and spoken at numerous Fortune 500 and Inc. 5000 companies, VC-backed startups, and top universities, including EY, Google, Columbia and UPenn. In addition, his executive leadership coaching practice has impacted thousands of top executives. He is the author of the forthcoming book, "Be Your Own Commander-in-Chief," (Ideapress Publishing, 2021). In today’s episode, Yuri talks to Monique about making mistakes in every area of his life through inefficiency and stubbornness, then has to unwind the damage through the right mindset and learning and implementing methods of efficiency.

    HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

    [1:12] – Monique introduces her guest, Yuri Kruman.

     

    [1:29] – I want to know  who you are, where are you from, and what do you do?

        • I do HR consulting.
        • I do executive coaching.
        • I write as well, I speak.

     

    [7:24] – Share with me about the Soviet Union that you have experienced.

        • It was a place that had its own very specific rules.
        • I just kind of grew up with that awareness like, “keep it to yourself, don’t rely on anyone else. Don’t ask anyone for help because you don’t want to be beholden to anyone”.

     

    [12:45] – Yuri talks about Semitism.

     

    [17:53] – So do you think there should be more conversations about how anti Semitism looks these days? And how can we change that?

        • The trouble with anti semitism, it’s always rearing its ugly head.
        • If you really dig what it is, that’s the modern anti-Semitism.

     

    [21:25] – How was it for you, as a nine year old?

        • I was probably a little bit too serious even for a Soviet kid.
        • My childhood was anything but conventional.

     

    [26:55] – Yuri talks about his experiences having a Russian identity and American identity.

     

    [52:01] – What does efficiency mean to you?

        • Efficiency is basically more or less cutting away all the junk and all the wrong people and leaving whatever is left in some kind of digestible order that can allow you to maybe get sleep once in a while.

     

    [53:37] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

        • Time management.
        • Block out the wrong things.
        • Go back to default lenses.

    Ready to create an abundance of
    TIME in your life?

    Are you constantly chasing time, feeling like your to-do lists filling up faster than you can work them off? Overwhelm, stress and exhaustion are your weekly companions even though you didn’t invite them over … and too often you are saying yes to things you actually wanted to say no to? 

    Is your energy low, you are asking yourself where all the fun has been left and you just wish you had more time… you know for all of those things you don’t even dare to write down on one of your lists.  Then it’s time for you to read

    The T.I.M.E. Method™ – A no bullsh*t guide to creating an abundance of time

    IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

    If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they’ll kill you.

    Yuri Kruman

    Sometimes you have to leave a little bit of room open, for something new, for something unusual, for something that it’s not rational to engage with that person.

    Yuri Kruman

    Energy efficiency for me is everything about getting rid of the toxicity in your life, whether that’s materialistic or people.

    Monique Lindner

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    Proud, Paid & Powerful with Asa Leveaux

    Proud, Paid & Powerful with Asa Leveaux

    Proud, Paid & Powerful with Asa Leveaux

    Asa Leveaux is a total beast at ensuring queer identified people transform their dreams into the dollars they deserve. Asa has been entrepreneurial since he was nine years old and has begun entrepreneurship on a larger scale since 2005. His entrepreneurial journey has not been easy, straight-forward or totally enjoyable. He knows how it is to sell $50,000 worth of items (and have people buy them) as well as the feeling of getting evicted from an apartment in his hometown in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Asa also knows what it is like to owe thousands in child support and the feeling he got when his son's passport got stamped because of his determination of being the first person to show him the world. In today’s episode, Asa talks to Monique about understanding what it means to witness people that don't recognize his value. However, through being crystal clear he now enjoys being saturated with people that don't just tolerate him but CELEBRATE him continuously! And guess what? HE’S STILL THE ANSWER TO YOUR PRAYERS!

    HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

    [1:25] – Monique introduces her guest, Asa Leveaux.

     

    [4:10] – How did you get to coming out and being your authentic self?

    • I didn’t think I was.

     

    [16:44] – I do want to know what happened to your military love?

    • That was my first same sex relationship.
    • I have to admit, that was not healed from a lot of trauma, and other relationships that manifested this one.

     

    [19:08] – What was the journey for you when you officially out yourself, to your family, to your friends? What did it look like?

    • The first person I call is my friend Rod.
    • He was my gay coach.
    • The next person was my mother.

     

    [48:22] – Asa talks about LGBTQ plus community.

     

    [52:26] – Asa explains about the master class.

     

    [58:06] – What does efficiency mean to you?

    • Efficiency means you are valuing your time as though you are divine.

     

    [58:32] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

    • I would have stopped talking to every single person who did not over-believe that I could do it.
    • I would have dreamt bigger because it takes the same level of energy to dream on a $5 level as it takes to do the $5,000 level.
    • I would have loved myself a lot harder.

      Ready to create an abundance of
      TIME in your life?

      Are you constantly chasing time, feeling like your to-do lists filling up faster than you can work them off? Overwhelm, stress and exhaustion are your weekly companions even though you didn’t invite them over … and too often you are saying yes to things you actually wanted to say no to? 

      Is your energy low, you are asking yourself where all the fun has been left and you just wish you had more time… you know for all of those things you don’t even dare to write down on one of your lists.  Then it’s time for you to read

      The T.I.M.E. Method™ – A no bullsh*t guide to creating an abundance of time

      IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

      Whatever comes, let it come, whatever stays let it stay, whatever it goes, let it go.

      Asa Leveaux

      Sometimes people change their minds. And even they change their minds about you, and that’s okay.

      Asa Leveaux

      If you want more money, you need to focus on more money and stop hanging around broke bitches.

      Asa Leveaux

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      Power, Patriarchy & Playing Games with Joanne Bagshaw & Adrienne Lawrence

      Power, Patriarchy & Playing Games with Joanne Bagshaw & Adrienne Lawrence

      Power, Patriarchy & Playing Games with Joanne Bagshaw & Adrienne Lawrence

      Joanne Bagshaw, PhD, LCPC is an award-winning professor of psychology and women’s studies at Montgomery College. She is also an AASECT-certified sex therapist with a private practice in Maryland and she the author of "The Feminist Handbook: Practical Tools to Resist Sexism and Dismantle the Patriarchy“. She also writes the popular feminist blog, “The Third Wave,” for Psychology Today. Before specialising as a sex and relationship therapist, Joanne was a trauma therapist, working primarily with rape and sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and adults who were abused as children. Joanne brings her nearly two decades of experience as a therapist to help clients transform their relationships and lead happier and healthier lives. As an award-winning on-air commentator and a Women's Media Center Progressive Voice of 2018, Adrienne Lawrence does more than just talk. The former litigator empowers the everyday professional with her engaging on-air legal analysis and with candid advice in her book, “Staying in the Game: The Playbook for Beating Workplace Sexual Harassment,” a first-of-its-kind survival guide published by Penguin Random House’s TarcherPerigee on May 12, 2020. Staying in the Game has been heralded as “a must-read for any woman in any workplace”. Whenever she’s not writing about workplace sexual harassment issues or furiously tweeting about gender parity problems, Adrienne's engaging audiences while speaking in large forums like SXSW, coaching clients as part of Jennifer Brown Consulting, or breaking down trending legal issues for outlets such as The Young Turks and NPR. In today’s episode, Joanne and Adrienne talks to Monique about sexual harassment, power & healing while centring a Black woman's experience. Knowing how to handle sexual harassment when it happens increases efficiency!

      HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

      [1:18] – Monique introduces her guests, Joanne Bagshaw & Adrienne Lawrence.

       

      [1:51] – Tell us about who you are, what you do and where you’re from?

              • I’m Adrienne Lawrence, I’m from Los Angeles, California. I’m an attorney turned TV broadcaster and I wrote a book called staying in the game.
              • I’m Joanne Bagshaw, I’m from Long Island, New York. I’m a professor of Psychology and Women’s studies and a sexual relationship therapist and the author of the feminist handbook.

       

      [3:11] – What got you to the point of writing the book about feminism, making sure women understand it’s not them but the patriarchy?

              • The telling story from my childhood that resonates today with feminism and helps lead me down the path of being a feminist is that I’m an adoptee. 
              • After eight years of practicing law, I wanted more for myself, I wanted to challenge myself. 

       

      [11:53] –  What do you think is the impact of adoptions on kids?

              • That really depends on the adoptive parents and the birth parents on what kind of arrangement they make.

       

      [16:06] – What do you think should be changed to be able to create better better systems?

              • The first step is to get more women in politics. 
              • A patriarchy is a male dominated system, and we have mostly men making these decisions.

       

      [35:48] – So, this is for the both of you, what would be one thing that you wish women would change in themselves, in terms of interactions excluding women in order to improve the situation?

              • I would like more women to speak up to call people out. 
              • I would like to specifically call on white women to speak up.

       

      [42:41] – Joanne talks about what feminism is all about.

       

      [45:42] – What are we going to do to those people who’re telling us that we are making up everything in our mind?

              • My thought is that your thoughts of me have nothing to do with me.
              • So if you think I’m making things up in my mind, you tell yourself what you need to tell yourself to not address your behavior.

       

      [54:06] – What does efficiency mean to you?

              • Not having to do everything myself.
              • Efficiency should be maximizing your time to focus on the things that are aligned with your goals.

       

      [55:13] –  Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

              • I’m definitely still going to law school.
              • I’m probably gonna still get all of the schooling that I got. 
              • I think for me, trusting my intuition.
              • Moving off of Long Island earlier.
              • Maintaining my educational background.

      IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

      If you think I’m making things up in my mind, you tell yourself what you need to tell yourself to not address your behavior.

      Adrienne Lawrence

      Efficiency means getting help.

      Joanne Bagshaw

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      Community, Challenges & Choices with Joshua Chin

      Community, Challenges & Choices with Joshua Chin

      Community, Challenges & Choices with Joshua Chin

      Joshua Chin is the co-founder and CEO of Chronos Agency, an eCommerce marketing agency helping eCommerce brands scale profits with email marketing. They have worked well with over 200 eCommerce brands to date, boosting their clients’ revenues by an average of 20-30%. In today’s episode, Joshua talks to Monique about how this company was actually built in a dorm room, a full time internship and degree at the same time and graduating on time, with a team of 30 full timers at the point of graduation.

      HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

      [1:21] – Monique introduces her guest, Joshua Chin.

      [4:51] –  How’s the situation in Singapore right now?

          • It’s been tough for the past three months.

      [12:26] – Joshua talks about a Youtube channel regarding documentaries on vaccines.

      [27:49] – How did you start it out? Did you have a community around?

          • At the start I didn’t exactly have a community.
          • My company was launched in a dorm room.

      [37:44] – When did you actually move to Singapore?

          • That was in 2009 and I was 12 years old back then. 

      [55:22] – What would you say to people who don’t have a network? How to find it for themselves?

          • Start messaging random people on Facebook.

      [1:04:54] – Joshua talks about introverts in general.

      [1:23:23] – What does efficiency mean to you?

          • Getting what you want in the most effective way.

      [1:24:05] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

          • Focus on building meaningful relationships. 
          • Think in systems and not in kind of individual tasks.
          • I would probably rethink the number of meetings I’m taking in any given week.

       

      AWESOME RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE

       

      IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

      I find that introverts are generally the best one on one connectors that are able to form much deeper relationships in a one on one basis.

      Joshua Chin

      Think in systems and not in kind of individual tasks.

      Joshua Chin

      Efficiency is getting what you want in the most effective way.

      Joshua Chin

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      Manifesting, Mindset & Magic with Anita Garza

      Manifesting, Mindset & Magic with Anita Garza

      Manifesting, Mindset & Magic with Anita Garza

      Anita Garza was Born in Africa and raised in Germany. She’s also a mom of two kids that ran her life for the most part. She is a Channel, a Healer, a Mentor and Leader and calls herself an “Improvement” Psychic, who does not just read the potential for your future, but also helps you to get there as well as an Energy Coach. She uses her Gifts to help her Clients create the most aligned flow with their own Infinite Intelligence, so they get to shine to the fullest in their Zone of Genius. In today’s episode, Anita and Monique are talking about her Message about Acceptance and Unsubscribing from what you know to lead with Powerful Intention. She doesn't just tell you about your Potential. She'll show you how to reach it.

      HOT TOPICS OF THE EPISODE

      [1:06] – Monique introduces her guest, Anita Garza.

       

      [1:42] – Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Your name, where you’re from and what you do.

      • I’m Anita and I live in Texas right now and I call myself an “Improvement” Psychic.

       

      [2:33] – If you know about the future and tell us how to get there, what’s going up for the rest of the year?

      • I simply don’t get anything.

       

      [4:51] – What do you usually say to people what they could do in “here and now” to go with change and accept it and maybe to grow with it?

      • Accepting that things aren’t going to change.
      • Start with accepting the way that you are feeling about the change.

       

      [5:55] – When did you figure out in your life for the first time that you had these “psychic abilities”?

      • I believe I have always had it all my life and my family.

       

      [14:26] – How was it to grow up in Bavaria, especially as a black family, not having many connections around with people?

      • I had a good childhood.
      • It’s just that people who were outside of my family or outside of the village, are just ignorants.

       

      [15:45] – Is there a way to compare racism in Germany to racism in America?

      • In Germany, it was just ignorance of racism.
      • In America it’s violent racism.

       

      [26:45] – Anita talks about moving to Alaska together with her ex-husband.

       

      [34:24] –  Tell me a little bit about what you do with this human design?

      • I really help people with understanding their energy.

       

      [51:06] – What do you do to get back in your power?

      • Absolutely nothing. 
      • One thing I don’t do is give myself a hard time.

       

      [52:18]  – Why do you think many people give themselves a hard time and not listen to what they need?

      • Programming of the society.

       

      [1:02:05] –  What does efficiency mean to you?

      • I am most efficient when I’m most connected.

       

      [1:02:38] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

      • Learning to accept myself.
      • Trusting myself.
      • Really connecting and always recognizing the magic in me. 

        IMPACTFUL QUOTES OF THIS EPISODE

        One thing I don’t do is give myself a hard time at all.

        Anita Garza

        The more magic I see in myself, the more magic I see in other people.

        Anita Garza

        I am most efficient when I’m most connected.

        Anita Garza

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