Hacking What? A Brief Intro…
At the end of your life if you could have $10 million in the bank, and have spent most of your years working 60 hours a week to get there, or be broke and have a hell of a lot of awesome stories and experiences, which would you choose?
If you’re like me and would take the latter, keep reading.
I quit my job in 2009 to pursue a life worth writing about. I created a list of all the things I wanted to do. I built a successful business and blog that allowed me to travel and help others in the process.
But on top of all of that? I’m just like 95% of everyone else in the world.
I wanna be a baller.
I want to roll 20 deep into my private Balinese Villa after kicking it on a world class beach. I want to live it up and take high end ski vacations in some of the world’s finest ski towns. I want to cruise around on a million dollar yacht to deserted islands in the Philippines.
But here’s the thing: I did all of that.
Hacking the High Life has one primary goal: To teach you how to have lavish, high end experiences for way, way less than you think is possible.
We’re talking about once in a lifetime, can’t believe this is happening kind of experiences.
Ready to get in on the action? Head over here. Want to know more about us? Keep reading…
Who Are the Troublemakers Behind this Whole Thing?
Sean Ogle: Chief Hacking Officer (CHO)
Sean has an affinity for the finer things in life – but does it on a beer budget. He’s known for routinely sneaking into high end places where he doesn’t belong, and thinks the best things in life are always free. He’s the founder of Location 180, Location Rebel and has been featured in places like the BBC, Forbes, and Yahoo.
Tristan King: Collaborating High Life Hacker
Tristan is a writer and entrepreneur who loves travel and foreign languages (Spanish, Japanese, German and French). A contributing partner to Hacking The High Life, Tristan works with Sean in curating content and making sure resident high life hackers get what they need. Tristan can be found here.