Heidi DeCoux

Financial Titans 2023 Event

Last Saturday, my friends Min, Selena, Natalia, and I hosted a cocktail party in Old San Juan to raise awareness and money for the free after-school financial literacy program we’re launching – Financial Titans.  The program teaches 10th-12th graders deep financial literacy and emotional and mental well-being through hands-on learning experiences. The program consists of Read More

How I Handle the Negative Effects of Technology

I LOVE technology and am grateful to be living in this time when it’s moving at the speed of light. However, there are consequences, especially to our bodies.  The biggest consequence (that we know of right now) is our exposure to crazy-high levels of radiation/waves/rays from EMF, RF, ELF, MF, etc. If this is all Read More

Light In The Darkness + My Ruckus Maker Interview

Our world feels heavy right now.  I don’t have answers or insights, but here’s what I know… If every child on our planet were given everything they need to thrive mentally, emotionally, physically, and academically and to know and use their unique genius in a positive, fulfilling way – our world would look vastly different.   Read More

My Two Best Health Hacks

If you’ve been in my world for a while, you know that I love optimizing EVERYTHING. I’ve always been into optimizing my health; however, after going through a significant health challenge, I’m more focused than ever. I now have deep empathy for people struggling with disease and chronic health issues – it’s mentally, emotionally, physically Read More

I’m Launching a New Tech Company – Cashflowy!

After selling my last company, getting divorced, and moving… I took a MUCH-NEEDED year-long sabbatical to care for my mental and emotional well-being.  Then, at the beginning of 2023, my friend Anny Chou and I launched a fun side hustle together around something we’re both passionate about – helping small businesses attract, hire, and retain Read More

How & Why I Plan to Live To 125

Years ago, I was flipping through Oprah Magazine and saw a feature on people making positive changes to our planet. I was drawn to this beautiful, vibrant, well-dressed woman who looked to be in her early 70’s. Under her photo, it shared the work she’s currently doing (which sounded like two full-time jobs), her 5-year Read More

My Journey Back From the (Almost) Dead

I was laying in bed with my phone on speaker next to me; one of my best friends, Lana, on the other line, choked up and saying to me… “Is this it? Are you checking out of this life? You’re not working. You’re not eating. All you’re doing is sleeping. Your vitality is gone. Our Read More

A New Adventure

And we’re off… a new adventure begins now. For those of you new to me, I’m a serial entrepreneur who’s built four businesses with 50%+ profit margins, sold 3 of them, including one for a 7-figure exit in 2021. Then… 2022 was my year of healing & happiness. Towards the end of the summer of Read More

My Year of Healing & Happiness and What’s Next

2022 was my year of healing & happiness.   Towards the end of the summer of 2021, I realized that very little about my life was working for me.  I spent years meticulously and painstakingly building myself into a golden prison.  I felt exhausted and drained most of the time.   When I got honest Read More

Act 60 Resident Resource Guide

When I moved to Puerto Rico at the end of 2018, figuring everything out and getting all set up was time consuming.  I thought… we shouldn’t all have to figure this out individually.   So I documented the process and all the tips, hacks and insider secrets I learned along the way and put them Read More

10 Simple Systems that Will Save You 300+ Hours

Heidi DeCoux

People often ask me how I get so much done.      My #1 strategy is SYSTEMS. Having systems in all areas of your life – personally and professionally – is a game-changer.  I’m going to share with you 10 of my systems that you can copy, modify or use as inspiration to create your Read More

Lighthouse NFT Art Gallery Cocktail Party

I’m wired to see possibility. From the time I was a little kid, I was always noticing how things were and imagining how they could be. I’m always curious about creative ways to solve a problem or achieve a goal — not the way everyone else is going, but my own way. Efficient solutions are Read More

How I Age Backwards

Heidi DeCoux

I’ve been on a mission to get into the best health of my life.  I’ve been told I’m aging backwards (I’ll take it!), and I get asked all the time what my secrets are, so I’m spilling them all right here, right now. Pictured here is my best friend, Selena Soo, and I in July Read More

Sleep Strategies that Actually Work

Years ago I went on a mission to get better sleep.  I wanted to fall asleep faster, prevent tossing and turning, sleep longer & deeper, and wake up refreshed, so I took a sleep course by Dr. Michael Brues who’s known as “America’s #1 Sleep Doctor”.  It worked! I now consider myself a good sleeper.  Read More

10 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Me

Heidi DeCoux

As I look to build a deeper relationship with my community, I thought I’d share a handful of things you probably don’t know about me. 1.   My close friends call me the “Optimizer” because I’m obsessed with optimizing everything.  When I walk into any business or public space, I immediately start pointing out things Read More

My Travel System (How I Pack + Tips and Tricks)

Heidi DeCoux

My Travel System I’m obsessed with efficiency. One of the best ways I’ve found to be efficient is to have systems, so I have a system for pretty much everything.    Below is my travel system.  If you travel regularly, I recommend adopting a system that works for you.  I’m sharing mine to inspire you Read More

5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started My First Business

Heidi DeCoux

Starting and growing a business is both challenging and exhilarating.  As someone who’s done it a few times now, I can tell you it gets a little easier each time.  Below I’ve outlined 5 things that I wish someone told me at the beginning of my entrepreneurial journey.  My hope is that one or more Read More

My Why

Several years ago, I did a major renovation project on a large property I had purchased. In addition to the professional tradespeople I’d hired, I used Craigslist to hire a crew of people, all in their early twenties, to help with general labor. As I got to know the people on my general labor crew Read More

Starting a New Chapter

It’s with a heavy heart that I share with my friends and loved ones that Farukh and I have decided to end our marriage.  While this is for the highest good of both of us, we’ve created some incredible memories over the last decade together that we’ll treasure for a lifetime.  We’ve shaped each other Read More

Uncommon EntrePReneurs

I live by the adage, a rising tide lifts all boats, and love to bring people together for the betterment of all.  So I joined forces with Uncommon EntrePReneurs to help build bridges between all of the Act Folks across the island and with successful Puerto Rican entrepreneurs.  Uncommon Entrepreneurs is a great way for new friendships and Read More

Hope & Possibility

I’m wired to see possibility. From the time I was a little kid, I was always noticing how things were and imagining how they could be. I’m always curious about creative ways to solve a problem or achieve a goal — not the way everyone else is going, but my own way. Efficient solutions are Read More

The Start of the Biggest Adventure of My Life

A long time dream is coming true, and you’re invited to the party. I’m embarking on the biggest adventure of my life. What I believe to be my life’s work. I’m on a mission to revolutionize education across the planet, starting in Puerto Rico. #smallgoals As you may know… Our current school system was designed Read More

An Easy Way To Help Girls Living in Poverty Manage their Periods

Many of these girls currently miss school for the entire week of their period, every single month, putting them at an even greater disadvantage in life. We have a goal to provide every girl in the village of Saoli, India who currently has her period (about 1,000 girls) with a period kit which includes 6 Read More

Making a Small Dent in Reducing Plastic on Our Planet

We purchased a house in Puerto Rico in November of 2018 in a beautiful little community on the east side of the island known as Palmas del Mar.  We officially moved in and made Puerto Rico our home on January 1, 2019. In February of 2019 I set out on a mission to get a recycling Read More

Great Things Are Never Achieved Alone

Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech was more than just a speech – it was an iconic, transformational moment in human history. It was a speech that’s now permanently embedded in our hearts and minds. And, here’s something you might not know: Dr. King didn’t write that speech all by himself. He Read More

The Pain & Beauty of Our Human Experience

I love learning about history through stories of everyday people living, growing and navigating through it. I only vaguely knew what apartheid was until reading Trevor Noah’s book – Born a Crime – which was a collection of fun, hilarious, heart-breaking, riveting, inspiring stories from his childhood growing up a “colored” boy in South Africa Read More

Fail Often & Fail Fast

Fail Often Fail Fast

I recently wrote a letter to one of my nieces who was scared of going for something she really wanted because she thought she may fail. Here’s part of that letter… I have a few things to say about failure. Did you know that Venture Capital Investors, known as VC’s, plan on losing 9 out Read More