Learn all the hacks to optimize and upgrade every aspect of your life while spending less and saving more. Chris is a life hacker who has saved millions by breaking down every aspect of life, looking to maximize happiness at the lowest cost.
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#63: New York Times bestselling author and professor, Cal Newport, joins Chris to discuss building and living what he calls a “deep life.” We also delve into strategies that increase efficiency and quality of output, why constant email and messages a... more
#62: Estate Planning experts Patrick Hicks from Trust & Will and Mani Mahadevan from Valur join me to discuss all the fundamentals of estate planning and what you need to do to protect yourself and your family. We also dig deeper into advanced tactic... more
#61: Entrepreneur and author, Jen Glantz joins Chris to talk about how placing an ad on Craigslist as a social experiment changed her life. They also discuss how to turn your passion and natural talents into your primary source of income, three ways ... more
Brilliant conversations with lots of takeaways, I particularly enjoyed the show where Chris talks with Kevin Rose about the the latest in crypto and NFTs.
I really enjoy and find myself listening over and over to the same show to try to understand the many travel tips provided. Found out about the podcast a few months ago. I’m on the wrong side of 70 and have not traveled in the past few years but have accumulated lots of miles from Chase and Capital One. I understand the concept of transferring miles but not the mechanics of how to do it. If you haven’t already, it would be very helpful for a show about actually how to do the excellent tips y... more
There are few places where you can get life hacks that are tangible in all areas: money, investing, travel, relationships, happiness, etc. I love the investment and travel hacks but the diversity is very refreshing. It’s thoughtful and complimentary to the finance and travel hacks. Highly recommend
If you want to listen to an everyday joe, someone just like you, explain to you how to scheme airlines, hotels and credit cards into upgrading your life, THIS is the show for you. While the show does also veer away from those subjects into self-help, relationship hacks, etc, the episodes around travel and points are definitely the show’s strongest. Highly recommend the episodes with Leigh Rowan, Brian Kelly, Tim Ferris, Scott Keyes, Ramit Sethi, Paula Pant and above all else - Kevin Rose. Enjoy!... more
I was wondering if you knew of any vacation packages that are worth the 500-2000 they might cost. A coworker of mine says she paid 1200 but had a year to use everything in the vacation package and said it was easily worth it. Also, how do you find out about the credit card promotions, and how would one with 650-700 credit score get accepted to other credit cards ? Thanks, so far a very informative show! Loving what I’m learning, I need to start writing things down lol
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