Demir and Carey Bentley are the husband and wife team behind Lifehack Bootcamp, the productivity and lifestyle design company for high performing individuals who want to bring sanity back in their lives. They’re members of the Forbes Coaches Council and Influencive Top 25 Influencers. Their work has been featured in Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur, Bloomberg, WSJ, HuffPo, and on podcasts like Forbes 30 Under 30, Amy Porterfield's Online Marketing Made Easy, The ONE Thing, and Don’t Keep Your Day Job. Carey and Demir live the nomadic lifestyle, living up to 3 months at a time in cities around the globe.
On this episode with Carey & Demir Bentley: lessons learned from living the nomadic lifestyle, their favorite and least places they've lived, pre and end of work routines and why you should be dumb and care less!
Where you can find Carey & Demir Bentley:
How would you like to know the secrets to have an unbelievably unproductive, miserable and frustrating 2019 (or whatever year it is!)? Well, in this episode, I reveal 21 things you need to in order to make this year your worst year ever.
But if you'd rather have a productive, happy and fulfilling 2019 (and beyond), I've got you covered too!
On this episode with Len Testa: advice for first-timers to Walt Disney World, the biggest mistakes visitors make, the myth about "free dining", FastPasses explained, the power of the Crowd Calendar, what happened when Mark deviated from the Plan and so much more!
Where you can find Len:
The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2018 (affiliate link)
The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2018 (affiliate link)
Kat Boogaard is a Wisconsin-based freelance writer who specializes in career advice, as well as productivity and self-development content. Her work has been published all over the web, including by outlets like Forbes, Fast Company, TIME, Inc., Business Insider, Mashable, Trello, and more. When she manages to escape from behind her computer screen, you can find her talking in an obnoxious voice to her two rescue mutts, Bert and Gracie.
On this episode with Kat Boogaard: blocking tasks for work tasks when most inspired, productivity is highly personal, we're all human and mapping out what you want to do.
Where you can find Kat:
Has this ever happened to you? You return from vacation all rested and raring to go. But...you can't. You have the best of intentions but you just can't seem to get moving.
If you have, rest assured...you're not alone. We've all been there. Even me...Mister Productivity!
In this episode, I share how to prepare for vacation, what to do when you return and I give you 4 things to consider when you return.
Recognized as one of the 50 leading business thinkers in the world, Whitney Johnson is an innovation and disruption theorist; a framework which she codifies her books Disrupt Yourself and Build an “A” Team. A sought after speaker and advisor, Whitney is one of Marshall Goldsmith's original cohort for the #100 Coaches Project, is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, is a Linkedin influencer, and hosts the weekly Disrupt Yourself Podcast.
On this episode with Whitney Johnson: the seven point framework for success, silly little things that upend the world, valuing our strengths, chasing the right goal, not focusing on your weaknesses and more!
Where you can find Whitney:
Disrupt Yourself Podcast (Apple Podcasts)
Chris Johnson is the bestselling author of On Target Living and co-author of Capacity. He has presented on thousands of stages in the US and internationally. Organizations, leaders and teams have benefitted from his unique approach, which flies in the face of convention by showing us how to unleash human potential and create transformation from the inside out.
On this episode with Chris Johnson: getting back to the basics when it comes to food, why an apple a day is so important to your health, superfoods: cod liver oil, spirulina/chlorella, wheat grass, oh my!
Where you can find Chris:
I’ve been telling people for a long time, “tell your time where to go instead of wondering where it went.” But I’ve recently learned that the way I’ve been planning may not be the most efficient way of doing so.
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At 22, right out of the Marine Corps, Donnie Boivin landed his first straight commission sales job, and for 20 years he learned what it took to be successful in sales, business & life.
At that youthful age, he thought he knew enough to survive in one of the toughest professions in the world (being a sales professional), he quickly realized sales wasn’t as easy as it looked.
At the age of 40, he discovered he had been living other peoples dream and not chasing his own. Taking the biggest risk in his life, he jumped out on his own and started a business. Although he had great success at the start, he now understood he knew nothing about being a business owner.
On the brink of failure and shutting down his business, he found podcasting and everything changed. Now a Top 200 business podcast on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Donnie’s Success Champions is helping the world one story at a time.
On this episode with Donnie Boivin: operating in a state of...
Jessica Abo is a sought after keynote speaker, multi-award-winning television journalist and passionate philanthropist who has raised more than a million dollars for several causes by organizing her own events and running marathons. A New Yorker at heart, Jessica now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their daughter.
On this episode with Jessica Abo: why people look happier on social media than IRL (in real life), happiness is not a pie (there's plenty to go around), there's plenty of oxygen and how Phil Donahue inspired Jessica.
Where you can find Jessica:
Unfiltered: How to be as Happy as You Look on Social Media (Affiliate link)