This week’s lesson comes from entrepreneur, business owner, consultant, author, father, husband & Ninja Warrior, Troy Helming. And if you’re wondering how one man can be all of those things, then you can probably guess the everyday lesson that Troy has to share.
It’s all about wearing too many hats, and wasting time in the transition between tasks. Troy shares tips on how to become more efficient, to get into the flow state, to purge your brain of clutter and to win back your physical, mental and emotional energy. This episode is for the overworked and over-committed. https://bit.ly/3sxLYrC
How Can The Rise of Solar Energy Bolster the Growth of the U.S. Economy?
Featuring Troy Helming aka SolarNinjaTroy
American ninja warriors turned a WWII tank factory into a massive Bay Area gym. Then came COVID-19.
But the gym surprisingly turned a profit in 2020, thanks to the strategy conceived by Troy Helming in early 2019 of securing a space larger than necessary & procuring subtenants.
SolarNinjaTroy invited to compete on Season 12 of #AmericanNinjaWarrior. This marks the 2nd time he's been invited to compete on the hit NBC obstacle course racing (#OCR) show.
Troy Helming, founder & CEO of Pristine Sun and co-inventor of the patented FloatoRack system, wins a contract for floating solar projects on wastewater ponds in Sonoma County, California.
Career history, advice & tips from seasoned entrepreneur Troy Helming, CEO of Pristine Sun, one of the fastest-growing solar companies in America.
Prototype v3 of the patent-pending FloatoRack floating solar system is shown in Sonoma County, CA. The project was originated, developed, installed and tested by Pristine Sun, founded by Troy Helming in 2009.
"Energy and water keep showing up together in many articles and conversations. We now have the energy-water nexus, a term that highlights the interdependencies of the two. Getting water, moving it around and purifying it requires a great deal of energy."
Troy Helming, solar industry veteran, takes delivery of the first 200-MPH+ electric superbike to be delivered in America. Appropriately, the first delivery will be in the "epicenter" of the solar industry: San Francisco.
"With a polite round of applause, the first owner of the fastest production electric motorcycle took the keys to his new ride. Sitting down just a few moments later, he slyly looked down and slid them onto the ring next to keys for his Tesla. His half-hour or so commute is now 17 minutes — legally, that is. I'm not in some gleaming garage or an airplane hangar, but in the second floor of Autodesk's headquarters in San Francisco. That's an odd place for a motorcycle, but it's also crucial to how this particular two-wheeled monster was created."