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Lou Mongello discusses Main Street USA and "Summer Magic" Lou Mongello discusses how beauty Bulah, Maine takes us straight to the Magic Kingdom
Episode 94 - A conversation with Lou Mongello On this episode Carrie and Francine sit down for a chat with super fan and host of WDW Radio, Lou Mongello. Lou is a widely recognized Disney expert, author, mentor and coach who really loves what he does!  He is charming, funny, entertaining and motivating - you don't want to miss this episode. Show Notes: Find Lou at Find Lou at WDW Radio: Find Lou's books on Amazon: Find Francine and Carrie online: Website: Instagram: Carrie on Instagram: Facebook: Pixie Dust Fan Facebook group: Support Pixie Dust Fan Find Pixie Dust Fan on YouTube:
What's in Lou Mongello's Book About Disney Interviews? Scott shares some podcast interview stories, including a guest that called him while he was playing World of Warcraft. Lou Mongello (WDW Radio) joins the show to discuss some stories found in his new Disney interview book and some advice for aspiring interviewers.
Making Magic & Creating Community with Lou Mongello Lou Mongello is a magic maker, community creator, author, speaker, entrepreneur, and Disney expert (which is what originally connected me to him). From East Coast lawyer to turning his passion for Disney into his career, Lou Mongello is truly an inspiration for turning what you love into what you do! He is the host and producer of the WDW Radio Disney podcast, which has been named Best Travel Podcast by the Podcast Awards for 9 consecutive years! When you get to the question that Lou asked in this episode that revolves around what he thinks the 2 most important words are in the English language, please take some time to reflect and answer! If you’re willing to share, I’d love to hear your answer to his question. Shoot me a DM on Instagram or an email to Make sure to mention you listened to this podcast episode! Podcast Sponsored By: Project 100 Connect with Lou on Instagram! Julie’s Website | Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest | YouTube
Planning Multi-Generational Disney Trips with Lou Mongello, Ep #199 What is the number one travel goal for people approaching retirement? Disney! People young and old alike love to go to Disney. In my 15 years of retirement planning, I have discovered that a multi-generational trip to Disney is at the top of most people’s bucket lists. That is why I have brought the world’s foremost expert on Disney travel, Lou Mongello, on to Retirement Starts Today for an interview. Lou and I discuss all things Disney: the must-see attractions, when to go, how to plan, and what is so special about Disney.  Outline of This Episode [1:52] What’s so special about Disney? [4:29] What are the must-see attractions? [8:45] When to go [12:53] Plan in advance [15:56] Lou’s favorite thing at Disney What’s so special about Disney that everyone wants to go there? Since Disney is the number one bucket list item for many people there must be something extra special about it. When I ask Lou why it is so special, he is unable to quantify this phenomenon. He chalks it up to the way Disney makes us feel. If you have been, you know what he means.  One way that Disney is able to give us those warm fuzzy feelings is with its customer service. Disney’s level of service is unparalleled. They always go beyond expectations which is why everyone remembers Disney with such fondness. No other place in the world enjoys such a level of brand loyalty.  What are the must-see attractions? There is so much to do at Disney. In Orlando, there are not only the 4 main theme parks but there are water parks and resorts to enjoy as well. It can be challenging to figure out what to do when there is so much to choose from.  There is something for everyone at Disney. Lou recommends the classics from Magic Kingdom in addition to some of the newer attractions. Grandma and the littles are sure to enjoy It’s a Small World and the Jungle Cruise. The Haunted Mansion is another Magic Kingdom classic. At Hollywood Studios, the Tower of Terror and Rock n Roller Coaster are fun for the thrill-seekers in the family. And Frozen and Toy Story are hits with the kids. The Animal Kingdom safari also brings joy to the entire family. When to go? When planning your Disney vacation it is you’ll need to consider when to go. This will depend on your family’s schedule, but there is more to consider. Disney has different travel seasons. The peak season includes major holidays and summer. The off-peak times are the rest of the year. During the off-peak times, you can find values on food and lodging prices.  One tip to use while planning your Disney vacation is to use a Disney travel agency. Many don’t realize that Disney agents are free to the consumer since they get paid by Disney. When planning your Disney vacation make sure to take advantage of these experts. They can help you make the most of your holiday.  What is the best age to go to Disney? There is no bad age to go to Disney. There is so much to do that appeals to every age group. That is what makes Disney such a great multigenerational vacation getaway. Not only is there something for everyone, but there is a wide variety of accommodations and food choices. You can customize your vacation to your family’s specific wishes. The most important thing to do is plan ahead. Much like financial planning, planning before you go to Disney will ensure that you get the most out of your family holiday. Resources & People Mentioned Stacking Benjamins Connect with Lou Mongello Lou Mongello on Facebook Lou’s podcast - WDW Radio Connect with Benjamin Brandt Get the Retire-Ready Toolkit: Follow Ben on Twitter: Subscribe to the newsletter: Subscribe to Retirement Starts Today on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podbean,<a href="
S1 E3 Teacher's Pep Rally: Our Guest Lou Mongello Talks about Disney Inspiration for School Culture Grab a bleacher and get comfortable because this is a wonderful conversation about ways to lead and develop a "we" mentality in culture. Lou Mongello is a motivational speaker, podcaster, author, and leader of the WDW Radio. We had a great time learning from him and find that his positive attitude is contagious. Let's talk about life and learning.
Class #3 - Lou Mongello - WDWRadio Lou Mongello of WDWRadio, joins the class to discuss his Disney fandom, journey to move closer to the magic, and what the Disney Magic means. You can watch the video of the virtual visit at You can follow Lou on social media (Facebook - @WDWRadiowithLouMongello, Twitter - @LouMongello, Instagram - Lou Mongell - WDW Radio), and on his website at You can listen to his podcast (The WDW Radio Show) at You can also follow the WDWRadio group on Facebook @WDWRadioClubhouse. Enjoy the episode and join us on our adventure!
You can keep up with the class, podcast, and interviews/virtual visits by following my on Twitter @chavardphd. You can also follow the class on Facebook by joining the public group @Being a Fan of Disney. Thank you for listening!
How a Podcast Built a Business: The Lou Mongello Story Do you have or want to start a podcast? Are you wondering how your podcast can lead to bigger things? In this episode, I interview Lou Mongello. Lou hosts WDW Radio, a podcast focused on Walt Disney World, which has won Best Travel Podcast 8 years in a row.  Show notes:
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