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Be Efficient Tv offers tips and tricks from leading experts to help you make your life and business more efficient through an in depth interviews with different thoughtful leaders, business experts, authors, founders and millionaires. You will discover strategies that you can implement easily into your everyday life to help you save time and make the most of the time that you have. Experts from a variety of backgrounds and industries are interviewed regularly to reveal their personal secrets for being more productive. Whether you are interested in learning more about what it takes to start your own business or you simply want to be more productive in your daily affairs, the experts interviewed on Be Efficient Tv can help you to be more effective, well-organized, and efficient to boost your daily life and business experience and achieve bigger outcome and results with less time, effort, and cost. Be Efficient Tv is a perfect fit for Entrepreneurs and Wantrepreneurs Be Efficient Tv is hosted by Ahmed Al Kiremli a Serial Entrepreneur, Business Advisor, Learning Junky and Efficiency Expert. He has founded many different Offline & Online Businesses, such as (IRAQI TOUCH) the first Iraqi food franchise in the world, (GAMES CORNER) an inventive gaming brand leveraging “dead space” within malls and subsequently franchised the concept, (CLIMB AND SLIDE) a kids playground franchise concept, (BEST MOVIE RATINGS) the world’s best movie ratings app, (AhmedAlKiremli.com) a consultancy business & blog, and (BeEfficient.Tv) What Are the Types and Level of Experts on Be Efficient Tv? • The world’s top visionaries, thoughtful leaders, mentors, thinkers, business experts, advisors, and consultants. • Billionaires and millionaires. • Founders and CEOs for different companies and startups. • Authors/book editors/agents / publishers. • Investors, angel investors, VCs, and private equity experts. • Marketing strategists, technology evangelists, bloggers, developers, and Internet marketing experts. • Efficiency and productivity experts. • Successful entrepreneurs, so we can learn from their success stories and failures. • High-level executives in big companies, so we can learn from their career paths and experiences in their sectors or departments. • Top athletes, Olympians, and Paralympians. • Health and fitness experts. • Mindset and wellbeing experts. For Whom Is Be Efficient Tv? Entrepreneurs and Wantrepreneurs • People who want to improve their life and business and make them more efficient through learning. • Entrepreneurs who want to be more efficient and excel in their journey. • People who want to be happy and fulfilled by finding their real purpose and acting on it to achieve their vision and add value to the world. • Entrepreneurs who want to automate their business. • People who want to use innovative hacks to automate their life and business and make them more efficient. • Different types of businesses and startups. • Employees who want to transition from the employment life to the entrepreneurial life. • Employees who want to be entrepreneurs without creating a job with a larger time commitment. • Employees who want to have a more efficient career path. • People who want to add value to the world and leave this world with a great legacy. Ahmed Al Kiremli: Hi everyone this is Ahmed Al Kiremli and welcome to Be Efficient Tv. The mission of this web TV show is to boost the efficiency of your business and life through tips and tricks from leading experts.

Bio

Gregory Gaultier is a professional squash player from France. He has won the 2015 World Open Squash Championship, the British Open twice, in 2007 and 2014, the Qatar Classic in 2011, the US Open twice, in 2006 and 2013, the Tournament of Champions in 2009, and the PSA World Series Finals thrice, in 2008, 2009 and 2016. He reached the final of the World Open in 2006, 2007, 2011 and 2013, and the World No. 1 ranking in 2009. Gaultier is affectionately known to his friends as Rubbery Gaultier.
Gaultier was the European junior squash champion in 2000 and 2001. He also won a British Junior Open title and finished as the runner-up at the World Junior Squash Championships.

In 2003, Gaultier was a member of the French team which finished runners-up to Australia at the World Team Squash Championships. In the semi-finals against England, Gaultier won the deciding match against Lee Beachill which took France through to the final.

At the 2006 World Open, Gaultier defeated World No. 1 and defending-champion Amr Shabana in the semi-finals, before losing in five games in the final to David Palmer 11–9, 11–9, 9–11, 10–11 (4–6), 2–11. In 2007, Gaultier again reached the World Open final, losing 7–11, 4–11, 6–11 to Shabana.

At the 2007 British Open, Gaultier defeated his fellow Frenchman Thierry Lincou in the final 11–4, 10–12, 11–6, 11–3. He became the first French winner of the British Open.

At the 2009 Tournament of Champions, Gaultier defeated the world No.1 Karim Darwish in the semifinal, and beat Nick Matthew in the final with a score 11–9, (2–11), 11–8, 11–4. He is the only Frenchman to have won the title.

Gaultier moved to the top of the world ranking on November 2009, a feat achieved after losing in the final of the Hong Kong Open a month earlier.[1] In 2009 he became the second French player to become world no 1.[2]

Gaultier has since won the Qatar Classic and reached the semi-finals of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, and later won the Case Swedish Open after dispatching Karim Darwish in the finals.

In 2013 he was Gold medalist of the World Games in Cali against Simon Rosner in the final. He won the US Open against Nick Matthew 11-4, 11-5, 11-5. Two weeks later, he reached the World Championship final for the fourth time, losing again 11-9, 11-9, 11-13, 7-11, 11-2 to Nick Matthew.

In February 2014 he once again reached the top of the World Ranking, but again only for a month, as was the case in November 2009. One month later, in March, he won the Metro Squash Windy City Open, an other PSA World Series tournament in the University Club of Chicago beating the apparently injured Ramy Ashour in the final 11–7, 11–3, 11–4. In April he reached World Number 1 ranking for the third time.
In May he won the British Open for the second time beating Nick Matthew in a very quick final 11-3, 11-6, 11-2.

Interview Questions

How old were you when you first started playing Squash?
• Who introduced you to Squash at the first place?
• When you realized that Squash is going to be your passion and profession?
• How different is the Squash sport now from before a decade or two? Is it more a fitness or mind game than before or how do you see it?
• Would the current top 10 players in the world beat easily the top ten players in the world a decade ago?
• What’s your current training routine during the season and off the season?
• How many times / hours you practice a day?
• Do you take off during the week?
• What’s your routine during a tournament? If your matches in the evening then do you do some exercising routines in the morning or not? Or it depends on how difficult is the match?
• How long is usually your warm-up routine before a match?
• What’s the best tactic to start a match? Do you prefer to start with long straight shots during the first game to measure the opponent or how do you usually like to play the first match?
• Which player you enjoy playing the most during the tour and which player is your most difficult opponent and why?
• AmrShabana Vs. RamyAshour Vs. Mohamed El Shorbagy Vs.Karim Darwish if we compare them all at their peak time?
• Nick Matthew Vs. Peter Nicole Vs. James Willstrop if we compare them all at their peak time?
• What do you do to reset your mental power to get back in the game if you are down 2-0?
• What do you do after each match to get back your energy for the next day match?
• What are your eating habits during the tournaments and off the tournaments?
• Your top 3 coaches over the years and why you think they have influenced you the most?
• How often you use a coach now? Do they travel with you in the tournaments?
• What are your biggest dreams in terms or Squash?
• Which tournament is your favorite in the tour and why?
• How early you arrive before the starting of a tournament?
• Playing in a glass court versus a normal court?
• What’s the best match that you have ever played?
• How do you describe your feeling when you get to the world no.1 spot?
• How different is the gap between the world top 10 players and top 50 players? Is it mainly mental gap more than a skill gap?
• Why its difficult to sustain the world no. 1 spot for long time, what usually happens?
• Do you think the current PSA ranking system is fair, do you have suggestions to improve it or modify it or you are happy with it?
• When you think you will retire from the PSA?
• Why squash still not an Olympic game?
• How do you see the future of Squash?
• Question from StephaneYou are French, why you are not playing with tecnifibre racquet, is it because you don’t like it or Dunlop is a better sponsor?
• Question from Stephane How big was the influence of Renan Lavigne on you and the French team?
• Question from Stephane How’s your relationship with Thierry Lincou and what did you learn from him the most?
• What are your main strengths and weaknesses?
• What the PSA should do to improve the Squash Sport?
• Question from StephaneMinimum prize tournaments that you participate in?
• What’s your retirement plan? What you will do after retirement?
• Do you feel under more pressure when John Massarella is the ref for your match?
• Why you decided to have a tattoo and what’s its meaning?
• Question from Imad Ahmed, do you know the systems that will create power in your body after reaching to this level or you leave this area to be handled by your coach?
• Question from Imad Ahmed how many hours you practice per day alone or with the coach and how many tough matches you play per week if you don’t have a tournament?
• Question from Emad Ahmed do you track your Bio-rhythm daily, weekly or monthly or you just go with the flow?
• Tell us more about your other projects that you are currently working on or planning for the future?
• What’s your daily life and work routine looks like?
• What are your other hobbies?
• What’s the biggest failure moment in your life and what did you learn from it?
• What are the Top 3 apps that you use on your smart phone?
• What’s the best advice that you ever received?
• If you have the chance, what would you say to advice your younger self?
• What are the top 3 people that you are inspired by?
• Do you listen to any music when youpractice?
• Do you follow any routine to sleep?
• What makes you really happy?

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Be Efficient Tv offers tips and tricks from leading experts to help you make your life and business more efficient through an in depth interviews with different thoughtful leaders, business experts, authors, founders and millionaires. You will discover strategies that you can implement easily into your everyday life to help you save time and make the most of the time that you have. Experts from a variety of backgrounds and industries are interviewed regularly to reveal their personal secrets for being more productive.
Whether you are interested in learning more about what it takes to start your own business or you simply want to be more productive in your daily affairs, the experts interviewed on Be Efficient Tv can help you to be more effective, well-organized, and efficient to boost your daily life and business experience and achieve bigger outcome and results with less time, effort, and cost.

Be Efficient Tv is a perfect fit for Entrepreneurs and Wantrepreneurs

Be Efficient Tv is hosted by Ahmed Al Kiremli a Serial Entrepreneur, Business Advisor, Learning Junky and Efficiency Expert. He has founded many different Offline & Online Businesses, such as (IRAQI TOUCH) the first Iraqi food franchise in the world, (GAMES CORNER) an inventive gaming brand leveraging “dead space” within malls and subsequently franchised the concept, (CLIMB AND SLIDE) a kids playground franchise concept, (BEST MOVIE RATINGS) the world’s best movie ratings app, (AhmedAlKiremli.com) a consultancy business & blog, and (BeEfficient.Tv)

What Are the Types and Level of Experts on Be Efficient Tv?

• The world’s top visionaries, thoughtful leaders, mentors, thinkers, business experts, advisors, and consultants.
• Billionaires and millionaires.
• Founders and CEOs for different companies and startups.
• Authors/book editors/agents / publishers.
• Investors, angel investors, VCs, and private equity experts.
• Marketing strategists, technology evangelists, bloggers, developers, and Internet marketing experts.
• Efficiency and productivity experts.
• Successful entrepreneurs, so we can learn from their success stories and failures.
• High-level executives in big companies, so we can learn from their career paths and experiences in their sectors or departments.
• Top athletes, Olympians, and Paralympians.
• Health and fitness experts.
• Mindset and wellbeing experts.

For Whom Is Be Efficient Tv?

Entrepreneurs and Wantrepreneurs

• People who want to improve their life and business and make them more efficient through learning.
• Entrepreneurs who want to be more efficient and excel in their journey.
• People who want to be happy and fulfilled by finding their real purpose and acting on it to achieve their vision and add value to the world.
• Entrepreneurs who want to automate their business.
• People who want to use innovative hacks to automate their life and business and make them more efficient.
• Different types of businesses and startups.
• Employees who want to transition from the employment life to the entrepreneurial life.
• Employees who want to be entrepreneurs without creating a job with a larger time commitment.
• Employees who want to have a more efficient career path.
• People who want to add value to the world and leave this world with a great legacy.

Introduction

Lynne Klippel is A Publisher...Who Focuses on YOU, Ghost Writer and book coach who specializes in helping speakers, coaches, and business owners write books as marketing tools.

Bio

Lynne Klippel Has Had A Lifelong Love Affair With Books Since She Was A Baby, Thanks To Her Mother Who Instilled A Deep Love Of Reading, Learning, And Helping Others.

Her first ‘ real job’ at age 13 was in her local public library, shelving books, working the check out desk, and reading stories to children. With a BS in Education and a Master’ s in Occupational Therapy, years of corporate training experience, and a flair for making complex information accessible, Lynne is a popular teacher and speaker who helps people see what to do and why it will help them reach their goals. Lynne enjoyed a rewarding corporate career as a medical librarian, researcher, and directing medical library services for a large multi-hospital system before she left that world to devote herself to full-time publishing and book coaching. Oh her final day as a library administrator, she was given a corporate award for being the “Most Innovative”- a high honor she will always cherish.

The author of 9 books thus far, Lynne has experienced the disappointment of writing a book that did not sell well and the joy of achieving best-seller status twice.

As a ghostwriter, she’ s able to step into the shoes of her clients and write in their voice, even when they are very different from her everyday persona. A trained and certified coach, Lynne brings deep listening, encouragement, and results to her work with authors.

Since 2003, Lynne’ s published books, information products, audio programs, and home-study courses for satisfied clients all over the world. With her values of honesty, integrity, and empowerment, Lynne pridesherself in encouraging and inspiring authors to share their unique wisdom and bless the world.

In 2012, Lynne fulfilled a life-long dream and moved her business and her family to the Andes Mountains in southern Ecuador. She relishes having an international business and writing in such a beautiful and peaceful setting. It amazes her that she can talk on the phone with clients from the US and Canada in the morning and then go to an indigenous market to buy farm-fresh produce in the afternoon. To read about Lynne’ s Ecuadorian adventures on her personal blog go to www.MovingDown.com

Your friend in the book business. Publisher and book coach who specializes in helping speakers, coaches, and business owners write books as marketing tools.

Do you have a great book idea? I'd love to hear about it. Email me at lynne@businessbuildingbooks.com.

Since 2003, I've worked with people just like you- smart people who have discovered something in their life experiences which needs to be shared with the world in book format.

I specialize in helping professionals write and publish professional books designed to highlight their expertise, create a lasting legacy, position them a leader in their industry, and grow their revenues. My clients are executives, speakers, coaches, consultants, therapists, entrepreneurs, and healers of all sorts.

My team and I provide complete solutions for authors including editing, ghostwriting, publishing, author websites, book marketing, and strategies on how to use your book to create a solid return on investment for your business.

One word of warning... I am passionate about books and won't publish anything that makes you embarrassed or detracts from your professional image. My clients rely on me to ensure that their books are the very best than can be. My job is make sure your book is professional, accurate, and makes you proud. I worry about those details so you are free to be creative.

Check out my work at SageMountainBooks.com and Business BuildingBooks.com Specialties: Non-fiction Book development, book websites, internet marketing, internet radio shows, information marketing, self publishing, book marketing, book writing help, ghostwriting

Lynne Klippel has been an author, publisher, ghost writer, and book coach since 2004. She's taught thousands of aspiring authors who rave about her ability to remove overwhelm from the process ofwriting and publishing. Her company, BusinessBuildingBooks.com, focuses on the marriage of internet marketing and publishing so that her clients not only create great books but related products and services to extend their brand and create additional revenue streams. Lynne's worked with aspiring authors from six of the seven continents and would be thrilled to meet someone from Antarctica who longs to write a book. The books Lynne publishes are known for their quality, professionalism and outstanding design.

The host of the popular Successful Author Secrets program, Lynne's interviewed best-selling authors Michael Gerber, Marci Shimoff, Barbara DeAngelis, Michael Port and T Harv Ecker, as well as over 100 other authors, business and publishing experts. She's been featured on Lifetime Television, Working Mother magazine, and scores of radio interviews.

In 2012 Lynne fulfilled a life-long dream and moved with her family to the Andes Mountains in Ecuador where she writes and works with aspiring authors from all over the globe.

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Interview Questions

Why Ecuador?
How did you start in the book publishing & writing industry?
Why writing a book?
How many books you wrote so far please share with us what inspired you to write each one of them?
Why writing a book?
What are the different methods to write efficiently?
Best time to write from your experience with different authors?
The research process should be done before or through writing process?
Question from Akbar Khan (what’s the best way to start a book and when is the best time to? Also how does one transition a story into a story for a movie?
How to structure a book?
How long is the average length of a non-fiction book?
How to find an agent?
Publishing vs. Self Publishing? If you have both options what to chose?
How much a developmental editing should cost vs. a copyediting?
How important to add an index to a book?
How to get noticed in the current noisy Internet world?
Writing or marketing a book is more difficult?
What to do online to market a book efficiently?
From branding perspective authors should write Book series or different book titles?
How much a book marketing campaign should cost for new authors?
Does it really matter to hit the no.1 Amazon best seller through giving my book for free?
Why your books are not available on audible?
Is it possible to sign with a major publisher and keep the rights for the online Distribution?
How to hit the New York Times best selling list?
How do you structure your share as publisher with the authors that you are working with?
How much do you charge for 1 on 1 coaching?
How much do you charge for ghost writing and editing?
How many team members are currently working with you? How many of them are outsourced?
What does spirituality & meditation have changed in your life?
Share with us some of the tools or software that makes you more efficient?
What's your daily life and work routine looks like?
Which company, product or service made you most of your money?
What’s one marketing strategy that helped you the most in developing your business?
What are your other hobbies?
Who are your top 3 mentors?
The most important factors for success in 3 words?
What’s the biggest failure moment in your life and what did you learn from it?
What are the habits that you are trying to develop to stay efficient?
What do you do to change your mood when you are depressed?
What’s the best advice that you ever received?
If you have the chance, what would you say to advice your younger self?
What are your top 3 favorite books?
What are the top 3 people that you are inspired by?
What makes you really happy?
How people can contact you?

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