How To Become Rich in Life Experience - An Interview With Light Watkins

How To Become Rich in Life Experience - An Interview With Light Watkins



Ep 177: Experiential Billionaire with Bridget Hilton & Joe Huff

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Joe and Bridget’s lives growing up and how they got to where they are today.

  • Bridget shares the time she got arrested and how it impacted her.

  • What kept her inspired to continue taking leaps of faith and believing in herself.

  • Find out why Bridget lied to get a job that paid no money.

  • Joe shares how getting expelled from school affected him.

  • How Joe’s dad almost dying spurred him to re-evaluate his life path.

  • Building momentum in life through novel experiences.

  • Discover why playing it safe is the most dangerous thing you can do.

  • Learn what inspired Joe to take a leap of faith in himself.

  • Forging life-long connections through experiences and the benefits for business.

  • Creating a “treasure map” and how this led to Joe and Bridget crossing paths.

  • The motivation behind starting LSTN and helping 50,000 people to hear.

  • We unpack the concept, framework, and principles of an experiential billionaire.

  • The role of radical responsibility in becoming an experiential billionaire.

  • Joe explains the idea of believing in make-believe.

  • Examples of the everyday joys that make for an experiential billionaire.

  • Their inspiration for writing the book, the writing process, and challenges along the way.



“We're living in such an amazing time, especially now, where you can go online and learn from literally the best experts on anything in the world. That's so cool.” — Bridget Hilton [0:13:10]


“I got sent home to tell my parents that I was going to get kicked out of school. It was a really pivotal moment in my life because that was really when I started to take a more serious look at where my life was headed, and what was going to happen.” — Joe Huff [0:21:08]


“Show me your friends and I'll show you your future.” — Joe Huff [0:21:25]


“That's the thing I want to make sure to be clear and share is that the health situation my dad faced probably wasn't avoidable, but the regret he would have had, or had at the time for all the things he didn't do, that's the thing that's avoidable.” — Joe Huff [0:26:23]


“No matter how big or small the thing is, if you break it down into steps, you'll always be surprised at what you’re able to accomplish. That inspired me to have the confidence to try more and more things.” — Joe Huff [0:34:58]


“This whole inside joke has been going on for a long time. But it turns out, it is real and that is really how we feel and we feel like we've just lived these lives that are so full of riches that we're living like a billionaire, or better than.” — Bridget Hilton [0:57:22]


“The sad truth is your time is finite. You just haven't realized it or made that connection in a real enough way. You don't know if next year is guaranteed.” — Joe Huff [1:04:02]


“It's hard to do anything big. Now that it's done, I can look back and I'm so proud of this book and it's the greatest thing I've ever done in my life.” — Bridget Hilton [1:18:55]


Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Experiential Billionaire

Experiential Billionaire on Instagram

Experiential Billionaire

Bridget Hilton

Bridget Hilton on Instagram

Bridget Hilton on LinkedIn

Joe Huff

Joe Huff on Instagram

Joe Huff on LinkedIn


Castaway Kids


Light Watkins

Light Watkins on YouTube

Knowing Where to Look

The Happiness Insiders Community

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