Jackie and Ed Cooper are a power couple if we’ve ever seen one! Not only do they have a beautiful, growing family together – they run multiple businesses together! After years of being in the same industry, they made the jump and started working together. 

That’s why when Jackie heard about the Lifehack Method, she knew she needed to get Ed on board. They joined our membership program and started tracking their time – together. 

“I knew this stuff was a serious area of growth for me,” Ed says, “and it was time to change. As soon as we knew we had children on the way, I knew it wasn’t good enough to just skate through life anymore.”

Jackie was pregnant when they decided they wanted to shift from our membership program into the Bootcamp. They felt like needed to take massive action if they were going to manage the multiple projects and businesses they were keeping alive. 

“Taking the Bootcamp felt like a huge wave washing over us. There is so much content. But I think the trick is going in knowing that you are NOT going to absorb all of it on your first pass. And that is okay!” Jackie says. 

Their biggest takeaway from the Bootcamp? You can do anything, but you can’t do everything. Saying NO is one of the most leveraged things you can do. And also one of the hardest lessons to learn. 

Hear more about their experience in the bootcamp and beyond here:

Nowadays, not only are they Lifehackers through and through, they’ve started to integrate their productivity and time management tools with their team!

Their advice for anyone thinking of joining the Bootcamp? 

If you pride yourself in being a creative, don’t discount the value this course can bring you.

“We always thought: we’re creatives, we don’t need to be organized. But actually, we have so much more time to be creative since getting organized! It changed our world.” 

Demir & Carey Bentley

Demir and Carey Bentley are the founders of Lifehack Method, WSJ & USA Today bestselling authors, and executive productivity coaches. They've helped thousands of people avoid burnout and soar to their highest level of productivity. Read more about them here.