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Welcome to Engios – Matt Meiresonne
Hey friends. My name is Matt. Thanks for coming to Engios and my about page!
This is my website where I talk about energy efficiency and green engineering.
If you’re trying to make more of an impact than you already are…
Or maybe you just want to save energy and money by learning how to be more energy efficient…
I’m learning a lot about all types of powerful technology, and I’m sharing everything on my journey to learn about how to create a more sustainable future.
And if you want to be the first to see my updates about energy efficiency, you can signup for my free weekly newsletter below:
How Engios Can Make An Impact
Maybe it’s just me, but I HATE to talk about politics.
I’m not saying I agree with either party, but is just becomes so negative.
People get so tied up in their opinions, they forget to simply add value.
And the result is a lot of people fighting and an endless debate that will never be solved.
So rather than be divisive, I’d rather just do what I can to help a cause we can all agree on:
We can all agree we don’t want Earth to die. (For our generation and other generations to come).
And sure, I suppose one party favors this ideology more than the other, but you don’t reach opposing views without a little empathy.
And since you’re already here, sign up for free updates to learn actionable insights you can use to help the environment:
My name is Matt and I started Engios as a platform to help accelerate the sustainable development of society.
I’m basically Elon Musk (I wish 🙂 )
You can email me literally anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org – I read every email and I will try my best to get back to you ASAP.
I respond fastest if you let me know what you’re struggling with and how I can help.
I find all kinds of stuff interesting, including:
- – Environmental Improvement
- – Solar Energy
- – Emerging Technologies
- – Growth and Efficiency
- – Productivity and Business
- – Animals
- – Yoga & Meditation
- – Getting swoll at the gym and going on runs
- – Lord of the Rings
- – Manhattan (Both the city and the drink)
- – Good music