Unfortunately, in society today, your ability to survive has become more important than it ever has. Whether you’re dealing with an active-shooter, a natural disaster, or a medical emergency, your likelihood of having to think on your feet will likely become a reality.
Mike and Thanh explore the Asian Efficiency core values, how they came to them, and why they’ve changed over the years. They discuss the benefits of having core values for your personal life and your company, and how you can use core values to make decisions, hire new staff, and create a more productive work and home life.Get Podcast UpdatesDo you want to get an email with shownotes each time a podcast goes live? Then let us know where to send the updates by entering your first name and email.Cheat SheetAll about the “Mission to Mars” process Asian Efficiency uses for identifying our core valuesWhat core values really are and how they’re different from the things that you wantHow having personal core values will benefit every area of your lifeWhy core values can be polarizing and how that can be a good thingWhat core values and successful relationships have in commonHow to make better decisions by using your core valuesThe power of alignment and how it can be a force multiplier for organizational productivityHow core values can help battle cognitive dissonanceHow we landed on the AE team Core Values and what they areWhy we have the whole team do customer serviceWhy you don’t want to frame your core values negativelyWhy we chose to remove a core value and replace it with something elseWhat accountability really is (hint: it’s not just finding someone to blame when things go wrong)How to improve your hiring decisions using core valuesKey questions to ask yourself when discovering your own core valuesWhy it can be beneficial to publish your core values instead of keeping them internalA writing exercise for finding your own core valuesWhy having core values at all is more important than having the “right” onesLinksMike’s family’s core values graphicTPS66: The Asian Efficiency Core ValuesScaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don’t Sapiens: A Brief History of HumankindReady, Fire, Aim: Zero to $100 Million in No Time FlatTPS7: Going Paperless w/ Brooks DuncanDisc testKolbe testTPS101: Lean Thinking w/ Paul AkersTPS78: Live a Minimalist Luxury Lifestyle w/ Thanh PhamIf you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Overcast, PocketCast or your favorite podcast player. It’s easy, you’ll get new episodes automatically, and it also helps the show gain exposure. You can also leave a review! Here’s how.TwitterFacebookLinkedIn0
Zack and Thanh chat about Asian Efficiency’s four core values. They chat about how the core values have benefited the business.
Eric Zimmer is the host of the award-winning podcast The One You Feed. Through hundreds of interviews, Eric has learned a lot about healthy habits, mindfulness, and sustainable behavior change. We chat about changing environments, habits, and feeding your “good wolf.”Get Podcast UpdatesDo you want to get an email with shownotes each time a podcast goes live? Then let us know where to send these updates.Cheat SheetThe true meaning of the parable behind Eric’s podcast, “The One You Feed”What Eric personally does to feed his “good wolf”Why meditation is so important to Eric and the difference it has made in his own lifeHow the stimulus –> response cycle works and how you can use it to spin the stories you tell yourself so they are more positiveEric’s personal journey of recovery and how it led him to where he is todayThe importance of community and the environment you live inHow to make environmental tweaks to help establish positive habits and achieve your goalsThe effective way to figure out for yourself what is really importantWhy happiness isn’t something out there in the future (and how you can achieve it in your own life starting now)LinksOneYouFeed.netThe One You Feed Episodes (Zack’s Recommendations)Eric’s StoryNorman RosenthalJames R DotyRussell SimmonsTPS92: No More Underpants w/ Steve KambTPS102: Essentialism w/ Greg McKeownMan’s Search for MeaningHeadspace appThe Willpower InstinctReceive Escape Your Email UpdatesBook, tool, ritualBook: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleTool: Calendly, Evernote, TextExpanderRitual: A morning routineConnect with Eric Zimmer@OneYouFeedIf you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Sticher, Overcast, PocketCast or your favorite podcast player. It’s easy, you’ll get new episodes automatically, and it also helps the show gain exposure. You can also leave a review! Here’s how.FacebookTwitterGoogle+0
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Jefferson Bethke is best known for highlighting the differences between religion and true faith. His 2012 YouTube video “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus” has been viewed more than 27 million times and the accompanying book became a “New York Times” bestseller.
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download An Interview With Todd Uterstaedt I’m so excited to share a recent interview that I did with Todd Uterstaedt who produces the From Founder To CEO podcast. Todd is an alumni of my
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