Episode 106: Chris McKleroy | Amplifying Sound and Life Goals with Innovation and Mindful Work

Life Athletes, hello and to season 2 of the Life Athletics podcast! Your support throughout the entire season 1 and the past 5 episodes of season 2 has been nothing short of amazing!


On today’s episode, it’s my pleasure to have on the show the co-founder of Boombotix, Chris McKleroy. Boombotix is a company that aims to provide its consumers the best portable speaker experience.


Chris currently lives between San Francisco and Bali - and continuously strives to provide a product that will fit the lifestyles of people today. In this case, Boombotix provides speakers that can be latched on to bikes and becomes a substitute for headphones.


"Sometimes the best way to move forward is just to disconnect from the past." Tweet this!


We dig deeper into how he and his co-founders came up with the idea of Boombotix, as well as the struggles and obstacles they encountered during the early years of the business. Chris tells me one thing: it wasn’t easy. But because of his desire to persevere and arrive at a solution, they were able to make it work.


"Not every obstacle is a sign that you should stop." Tweet this!



Habit of thought:

“Having a positive attitude on the world.”


Habit of action:

“I meditate in the morning.”


What do people say is your greatest strength?

Taking out ideas and visualizing how it plays out to get a bit more depth.


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What does success mean to you?

“Success means that you do things that are good for your story.”


What does balance mean to you?

“Balance means you’re able to do what you wanna do without burning out.”


What do you do to get in the zone?

“Participate in activities where it is inherent - and listening to obscure electronic music while working.”


What do you do to recharge your batteries?

“Sleep in. And coffee.”


What do you want to tell people to stop doing if they want to have success in their lives?

“Stop the mindless scrolling. Meditate.”


What do you do to anchor yourself back to the old version of you?

“Forcing myself to be active and athletic.”


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BOOMBOTIX: @boombotix

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BOOMBOTIX: @boombotix

Chris McKleroy: @mckleroy