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45. Hapbee Days: Empowering Kids & Hacking the Human Experience, with Scott Donnell
Episode 4516th November 2020 • Gravity • Brett Kaufman
00:00:00 00:46:21

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Scott Donnell is a serial entrepreneur who has dedicated his life to both physical and mental health — a holistic approach to hacking the human experience. 

He is the founder of Apex Leadership Company, a fitness and fundraising program for schools. Apex has raised $75 million for schools and has 116 franchises and three million customers, as well as myfirstsale.com.

Most recently, Scott joined the biotech world as the CEO of Hapbee. Hapbee specializes in hacking the body and mind using ultra-low frequencies. You can use the device to feel alert, calm, relaxed, sleepy, or focused, just to name a few. Hapbee hits the market in March and has the potential to be what Dan Sullivan from Strategic Coach calls “the next consumer-generated revolution.”

What Brett asks:

  • [01:30] Tell me about your early days, how your early childhood was shaped, and your family dynamics
  • [05:15] What was it like having to be the man of the house early on, as your family had to focus on your sister’s health problems?
  • [08:20] Was being a protector and provider an instinctual thing? Or did this experience with your sister make you that way?
  • [14:50] What was your life like in high school and college?
  • [19:55] How did feeling seen as you were growing up help you develop confidence?
  • [24:30] Tell me about what you’ve done as an entrepreneur and with Apex Leadership Company
  • [29:00] How do you manage your time when you’re involved with so many different things?
  • [34:40] What is Hapbee and how did you arrive at this idea?

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