Episodes

103 mins

Episode 339: Matthew Hussey: World Renowned Relationship Coach on Why We Struggle to Find Love

Are you struggling to develop a meaningful relationship? Do you always find yourself in “situationships?”  If you want to develop a meaningful relationship - you should...

Are you struggling to develop a meaningful relationship? Do you always find yourself in “situationships?”  If you want to develop a meaningful relationship - you should avoid dopamine dating (consistently swiping right). According to this week’s Habits & Hustle guest, relationship expert Matthew Hussey, slowing down and allowing yourself to get to know someone is key for committing and finding compatibility.  Listen in as we discuss how to find a good partner, rather than just a physical or mental connection. Matthew gives four levels of importance in relationships, and all four are needed for a love life. Loneliness has become one of the biggest epidemics of our time, so it’s crucial that we all work to develop more meaningful relationships.  We also discuss being the author of your own life and not letting someone else dictate your happiness. Self love should be a verb and it’s important to know your worth so that you’re not grieving over a shallow relationship loss.  Matthew Hussey is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and coach specializing in confidence and relational intelligence. He writes a weekly newsletter and is the host of the podcast Love Life With Matthew Hus­sey. Matthew provides monthly coaching to the members of his private community at LoveLifeClub.com. Over the past fifteen years, his proven approach has inspired millions through authentic, insightful, and practical advice that not only enables them to find love but also feel confident and in control of their own happiness. What we discuss… (2:00) Love Life - Matthew’s book (5:00) Finding options for your love life (10:00) Dating dopamine hits & slowing down  (20:00) Why we are attracted to people who don’t serve us.  (27:00) Chemistry vs a good partner  (30:55) 4 Levels of importance in a relationship (45:00) Be the author of magic in your life (58:00) Self love as a verb (1:09:21) Dealing with physical chronic pain & the power of therapy (1:20:50) How to view a love life & being happy enough …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code JENCOHEN for 15% off your order. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Matthew: Website: http://www.matthewhussey.com  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@thematthewhussey  Book: www.lovelifebook.com  Instagram: @thematthewhussey Retreat: www.mhretreat.com 

18 mins

Episode 338: Coaching Secrets for Sustainable Fat Loss: Calorie Cycling, Education, and Emotional Support with Jordan Syatt

Are you struggling to lose the last 5-10 pounds and you’re not sure what to do? Listen in on today’s Fitness Friday episode on the...

Are you struggling to lose the last 5-10 pounds and you’re not sure what to do? Listen in on today’s Fitness Friday episode on the Habits and Hustle podcast, as I chat with Jordan Syatt.  We discuss the most effective strategies for overall health, fat loss, and overcoming plateaus. This conversation covers the importance of walking for health and longevity, with the healthiest populations averaging 7,500 to 16,000 steps per day. A calorie deficit is crucial in fat loss, and we talk about why people often get offended by the concept of calories in vs. calories out. We also go over the challenges of losing the last 5-7 pounds of fat, which requires strict nutrition, targeted workouts, and strength training to build muscle and boost metabolism. Overall, Jordan offers the value of educating clients about why plateaus and scale fluctuations occur. We highlight the importance of understanding these fluctuations to help people stay logical and committed to the process, rather than getting emotionally upset. Jordan Syatt is a 5x World Record Powerlifter, Founder of Syatt Fitness, and Gary Vaynerchuk’s Personal Trainer. He’s charismatic, undeniably knowledgeable, and insightful in ways you might not expect. Give it a listen! What we discuss:  Exercises that are best for fat loss How to lose the last 5-10 pounds Walking for longevity Calorie cycling  Platues and scale flucuations Find the full episode here:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-167-jordan-syatt-5x-world-record-powerlifter/id1451897026?i=1000561980894  Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulumlife.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. To learn more about Jordan Syatt: Website: https://www.syattfitness.com/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/syattfitness/  Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

91 mins

Episode 337: Jeff Karp: Breaking Patterns, Achieving Enhanced Mental Performance, & Creativity In a Distracted World

Being diagnosed with something like ADHD can feel like you’re carrying a huge sign that says “I can’t focus”. And in a world that’s not...

Being diagnosed with something like ADHD can feel like you’re carrying a huge sign that says “I can’t focus”. And in a world that’s not built to accommodate neurodiversity, achieving your dreams can feel impossible. So how do you work with your neurodivergence to create a life full of success?  In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Jeff Karp, PhD as we discuss the challenges of not being diagnosed with ADHD until 7th grade while being determined to not be held back at school. He also shares his story of becoming an esteemed academic in an academic world that didn't suit him and what that taught him about the power of determination and perseverance. We also discuss methods to managing distractions in a world built to distract us, the profound personal evolution that hit through COVID, and how to break the negative patterns that no longer serve us.   Jeff Karp is a Harvard Medical School professor with a PhD in biomedical engineering at Toronto and did a postdoc in biomaterials at MIT. Diagnosed with ADHD and learning differences in 7th grade, he defied expectations through unwavering perseverance and determination. His lab, The Karp Lab, works on innovative projects like creating an adhesive to repair hearts. What we discuss… (00:00) Navigating natural curiosity and focus in the world of academia  (19:35) How to improve attention and reduce distractions  (30:04) The power of transcendental meditation and listening in  (35:22) Personal growth and reevaluating priorities during COVID  (41:46) Unlocking your energy with holistic wellness (50:51) How to deepen connection through conscious awareness  (01:04:20) Improving relationships through self-reflection and understanding your patterns (01:11:26) Starting and running a research lab, and navigating funding  (01:27:43) Morning rituals for health and productivity  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Jeff: Website: jeffkarp.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffkarpboston/ Order the Book: https://a.co/d/2AVXLz1

17 mins

Episode 336: Hacks to Stay Consistent with Workouts

Do you struggle to make your fitness a priority? In today’s Fitness Friday episode on the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat with Liron Kayvan about...

Do you struggle to make your fitness a priority? In today’s Fitness Friday episode on the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat with Liron Kayvan about having non-negotiables and why they are so important for health. When life gets crazy, structure can keep you grounded. It’s important to have your fitness and workouts planned for the week so even when life is hectic, you’ve got a non-negotiable meeting with yourself (for your health!) We discuss simple health habits that can be incorporated daily to improve your overall health. Yes, they’re simple and boring, but that’s what works!  Liron Kayvan founded BFLA in 2019. He’s a NASM Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, and Transformative Life Coach. Liron has competed in Amateur MMA, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and Rugby and has been a Fitness Coach for over 10 years. What we discuss:  How Liron trained for MMA The effectiveness of short workouts vs long workouts Non-negotiables for health  Structure is imperative Try to move your body every day  Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off To learn more about Liron Kayvan:  Website: https://www.beyondfitnessla.com/  Instagram: @beyondfitnessla Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

83 mins

Episode 335: Sara Jane Ho: Netflix’s “Mind Your Manners”, Modern Etiquette & The Power of a First Impression

In conversations do you tend to dominate or take a backseat?  If you want to follow the rules of good etiquette - you should avoid dominating...

In conversations do you tend to dominate or take a backseat?  If you want to follow the rules of good etiquette - you should avoid dominating the conversation by only talking about yourself for around 20 seconds. According to this week’s Habits & Hustle guest, etiquette expert Sara Jane Ho, using this guideline will foster a more interactive, balanced dialogue, and deeper connection.  Listen as we discuss all the life experiences that drove her to open an etiquette school in Beijing for adult women. She also shares the true impact of making a strong first impression, especially in the world of modern dating dating, how she landed a Netflix show, and the evolving norms of social etiquette in the post-COVID world.  We also discuss the challenge of dancing around the fine line between curiosity and intrusiveness, noting cultural differences in what's considered polite or rude, and the intersection of East meets West and female empowerment - especially in business! Sara Jane Ho is the star of Netflix’s “Mind Your Manners”, author of the book of the same name, founder of Chinese finishing school, Institute Sarita, where students are taught etiquette and lifetime skills. What we discuss… (11:00) The legacy of etiquette and charm schools  (20:00) How to master etiquette and dating in the modern world  (22:18) The impact of a first impression  (37:00) The essential guide to exceptional table manners  (51:10) The key differences between curiosity and intrusiveness  (58:34) Career choices and female empowerment (01:01:51 Herbal remedies and Eastern medicine  (01:11:50) Innovative intimate wellness company & proper vulva hygiene education  (01:25:14) Avoiding graveyard energy in your home, and the 20 second/40 second rule  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Sara: Website: https://www.sarajaneho.com/ Instagram: @sarajaneho Order the book: https://amzn.to/3ViKItw Watch the Netflix show: https://bit.ly/49XVxpy

18 mins

Episode 334: Don Saladino: Building Muscle As We Age and Defying Genetics with Hard Work.

Ever wondered who gets all those actors in shape for those massive roles? Want advice for your own fitness, diet, or business from one of...

Ever wondered who gets all those actors in shape for those massive roles? Want advice for your own fitness, diet, or business from one of the hardest-working people in the space? This episode is for you!  In today’s Fitness Friday episode on the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat with Don Saladino about the importance of hard work when it comes to fitness. Genetics can play a small role, but they never outweigh someone’s work ethic. We also dive into building muscle as we age (hint: it’s not impossible!) and the importance of nutrition when it comes to body composition.  Don Saladino is a Coach, Film & TV Superhero Trainer, & Fitness Entrepreneur. From training Hugh Jackman for Wolverine, to Anne Hathaway for Catwoman, and Ryan Reynolds for Deadpool, Don has a lot to offer in terms of what it takes to get superhero ready. Having thousands and thousands of training sessions under his belt he offers diet, exercise, and just plain life knowledge for anyone, not just those at the top of their game. Oh, and he's one of the nicest people in the industry.  What we discuss:  Hiring a coach vs following an Instagram influencer  Changing body comp by cleaning up nutrition Building muscle as a seasoned human Genetics versus hard work The importance of a rest day Find the full episode here:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-205-don-saladino-coach-film-tv-superhero-trainer/id1451897026?i=1000593506464  Thank you to our sponsor: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. To learn more about Don Saladino: Website: https://donsaladino.com/  Instagram: @donsaladino Don Saladino App: https://my.playbookapp.io/don-saladino  Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices.

90 mins

Episode 333: Sonny Caberwal: How To Raise Confident Kids

In an age where screens and social media are eroding our kids' self-confidence, it's time to rebel.  We can't just stand by as their self-esteem and...

In an age where screens and social media are eroding our kids' self-confidence, it's time to rebel.  We can't just stand by as their self-esteem and dreams get crushed under the weight of the digital world. The next generation of world-changers deserves better - and we've got to show them how to build the resilience and belief in themselves to make it happen. In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Sonny Caberwal, founder of the game-changing Legends Build Legends app. This visionary entrepreneur is on a mission to build unstoppable confidence in kids from the ground up. After a major health wake-up call made him reevaluate his priorities, Sonny created a brilliant solution to tackle the modern crisis in children's mental health and social skills. We also discuss the unintended impact of overparenting, the dire need for resilience training in Gen Alpha, and how a simple shift in perspective can turn perceived "weaknesses" into superpowers. You'll hear strategies for leveraging technology to personalize learning, foster community engagement, and instill a lifelong practice of positive affirmations. Sonny's taking the lid off alternative education models, predicting how corporate big dogs could revolutionize the industry. Sonny Caberwal is the CEO and founder of Legends Lab, a non-profit focused on supporting the awareness and accessibility of programming and the assessment of confidence in children. The Legends Lab developed an inner fitness system, inspired by confidence routines elite athletes use, that’s easy and fun for parents to do with their kids.  What we discuss… (00:00) Rethinking education for the next generation (19:08) Building confidence and self-efficacy in Gen Alpha (29:53) Personalized technology in education  (41:29) The need to embrace differences for success (50:50) Building resilience and connection through parent-child interactions  (01:00:43) The power of self-affirmations  (01:23:51) Private education vs. traditional schools, alternative education, and online communication (01:55:45) Corporate involvement in education (02:00:23) Collective efforts towards positive change  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Sonny: Website: https://www.buildlegends.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/build.legends/ Try for Free: https://confidence.buildlegends.com/auth/sign-up

19 mins

Episode 332: Why “Working Harder” Isn’t The Answer For Losing The Last 10 Pounds with Sal Di Stefano

Are you doing ALL the fitness and diet things, but you’re still struggling to lose the last 10 pounds?  In today’s Fitness Friday episode on the...

Are you doing ALL the fitness and diet things, but you’re still struggling to lose the last 10 pounds?  In today’s Fitness Friday episode on the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat with Sal Di Stefano from Mind Pump about what is needed to lose those last few pounds and the importance of building muscle. We also discuss what to do if you’re not someone who loves strength training. It’s important to love the exercise you’re doing, otherwise, you won’t do it! Overall, we offer guidance on what to do to look good if that is your goal.  Sal Di Stefano, along with Justin, Doug, and Adam, is a host on the Mindpump Podcast. They bring quality fitness and health information to the masses with integrity and honesty. Sal’s goal is to shift the direction of the fitness industry from an aesthetic insecurity based industry to a self love and self care health industry. He accomplishes this with education through entertainment. What we discuss:  What to do to lose the last 10 pounds  Muscle is like invested money  Want to look good? Chase health  Find the full episode here:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-203-sal-di-stefano-part-3-host-of-mindpump/id1451897026?i=1000592166655  Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off To learn more about Sal Di Stefano: Mindpump - https://www.mindpumpmedia.com/sal-bio  Instagram: @mindpumpdistefano Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

65 mins

Episode 331: Dave Liniger: Lessons Learned From Achieving True Independence, Extreme Wealth & Huge Successes

Think you need a college education to get ahead in business? Think again.  Whether you get a formal education or not, the key to true success...

Think you need a college education to get ahead in business? Think again.  Whether you get a formal education or not, the key to true success comes from grit, hard work, perseverance, mentorship, and an unshakeable mindset.  In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Dave Liniger, the chairman of RE/MAX, the leading franchisor of real estate offices throughout the world. Together we discuss how to achieve true longevity in business and the key elements of determination, persistence, and the mindset required to build a global business from the ground up. We discuss the relentless pace of today’s world and how adaptability, rather than strength, is the key to longevity and success. He shares his experience of grit and determination, particularly through a life-changing accident that left him temporarily paralyzed. He also shares insights on building courage through experience and the mental resilience that enabled him to overcome his paralysis, and the value of real-world experience and leadership skills over academic qualifications. Dave Liniger is the visionary leader of the Denver-based global real estate franchise RE/MAX. He’s a serial entrepreneur, lifelong philanthropist, an adventurer and avid sportsman, Dave hosts the ‘Ambition and Grit’ podcast and is a best-selling author.  What we discuss… (03:13) Achieving success through determination and persistence  (06:40) The reality of real estate competition and longevity  (25:40) How to achieve leadership success without a degree (48:49) Overcoming the inevitable obstacles of life and finding confidence in your darkest moments  (55:08) The importance of finding mentors and executing on your goals (57:04) You need exceptional salesmanship & here’s how to do it  (01:01:46) The true influence of social circles on behavior  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Dave: Website: https://daveliniger.com/ Instagram: @davelinigerofficial Order the Book: https://daveliniger.com/books/

18 mins

Episode 330: Gabrielle Lyon: The Shocking Thing That Happens When You Eat More Protein

Welcome to another episode of Fitness Friday’s on the Habits & Hustle Podcast. In this episode, I chat with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a leading expert...

Welcome to another episode of Fitness Friday’s on the Habits & Hustle Podcast. In this episode, I chat with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a leading expert in human nutrition. We discuss the misinformation about nutrition and muscle building that circulates on social media, the importance of animal protein in a balanced diet, whether or not you should be eating carbohydrates, and the science behind building muscle and losing muscle. Dr. Lyon also shares her personal fitness journey and the philosophy behind her new book, "Forever Strong".  Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is the founder of the Institute for Muscle-Centric Medicine®. Dr. Lyon is a nationally recognized speaker and media contributor specializing in brain and thyroid health, lean body mass support, and longevity. Find more from Gabrielle: Instagram: @drgabriellelyon   Website: https://drgabriellelyon.com/ Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speakin... Thank you to our sponsors:  Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off

62 mins

Episode 329: Jenny Hutt: Growing Up In The Music Industry, Entrepreneurship & Partnering with Shark Tank

Imaging losing your job, your Dad, and having to sell your house all in quick succession. Add onto that post-pandemic supply chain issues that deeply...

Imaging losing your job, your Dad, and having to sell your house all in quick succession. Add onto that post-pandemic supply chain issues that deeply impact your business - what would you do?  Crumble and call it quits, or go even harder and apply for…Shark Tank? In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Jenny Hutt, lawyer turned broadcaster turned Shark Tank entrepreneur, as we discuss the challenges of family dynamics, loss, and the pursuit of personal growth amidst the chaos. We also explore the importance of taking action despite the fear by focusing on progress over perfection. And the amazing journey of entrepreneurship and partnering with Shark Tank.  Jenny is host of the podcast, "Just Jenny" which blends humor, honesty, and intelligence to tackle topics from pop culture to health. A lawyer turned broadcaster, and Shark Tank entrepreneur, her engaging discussions and relatable insights have won over a broad audience. Jenny's work extends beyond radio, making her podcasts entertaining and thought-provoking. What we discuss… (00:01) Transition to podcasting from radio broadcasting to Podcasting From Radio (07:46) The challenge of podcast monetization and content creation (16:36) Navigating family dynamics and making tough moving decision (23:38) Revealing the truth around music industry challenges and how talent is found (31:31) How to take control of your life and take action on the things you really want  (47:35) The realities of starting a business with family and applying for Shark Tank (55:23) Overcoming analysis paralysis and focusing on progress not perfection  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Jenny: Website: https://jenniferhutt.com/about-jenny/ Instagram: @justjennyhutt Listen to the podcast: https://apple.co/3wVvd0t Bunny Eyez: https://bunnyeyez.com/

17 mins

Episode 328: Layne Norton: Are Your Fitness Trackers Telling You the Truth?

If you wear a fitness tracker, and burn 300 calories - that doesn’t mean you get to eat an extra 300 calories!    In this bonus episode...

If you wear a fitness tracker, and burn 300 calories - that doesn’t mean you get to eat an extra 300 calories!    In this bonus episode of Habits & Hustle (Fitness Friday’s), Layne Norton and I talk about how to know how much to eat based on your workouts. Everyone is different, and sometimes workouts can drive hunger significantly; However, sometimes it is psychological. I also dive into the research behind step count and whether 10,000 steps actually make a difference. I share with you information on fasted versus fed cardio, and how to know which is better for you if your goal is fat loss.    Layne Norton is the founder of BioLayne. He created the company to provide ethical, science-based coaching that synthesized real-world experience with evidence-based protocols. In his coaching career, he has turned over 70 people pro and reshaped the way that countless people think about nutrition. To that end, Layne completed a BS in Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences, honing his intellectual skills under Dr. Donald Layman, one of the foremost researchers on protein metabolism and fat loss in the world.   What we discuss:    (0:25) Does exercise increase hunger or satiate you?  (3:06) Are fitness trackers reliable?  (5:30) Do you need 10,000 steps a day? (7:12) Is hunger after workouts psychological?  (10:45) Fasted vs fed cardio.    Find the full episode here:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-245-layne-norton-the-secret-hack-to-following/id1451897026?i=1000614962499    Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off   Find more from Layne:  Website: https://biolayne.com/ Instagram: @biolayne    Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45 mins

Episode 327: Kelli Miller: “Love Hacks” Master Simple Solutions to Your Most Common Relationship Issues

Do you keep hitting the same problems with your partner?  Without the time (or money) to do a dive deep in couples therapy it’s hard to...

Do you keep hitting the same problems with your partner?  Without the time (or money) to do a dive deep in couples therapy it’s hard to know where to start. But that’s where this week’s guest comes in. In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Kelli Miller, a psychotherapist with over 20 years experience working with couples, individuals, and families. Together we discuss actionable solutions to frequent relationship problems that couples face, such as money, sex, and chores.  The impact of social media and technology on relationships and how we navigate it. We also cover the different gender roles and expectations in romantic relationships, how to assess relationship longevity and investment, the harm of criticism, and strategies for constructive communication. Kelli Miller, LCSW, MSW, is a psychotherapist, bestselling author, and TV/radio host. Kelli is the author of the simple and effective relationship book "Love Hacks: Simple Solutions to Your Most Common Relationship Issues" and "Thriving with ADHD". She’s a relationship expert, brand ambassador, writer, and relationship host for wikiHow. What we discuss… (00:52) Love hacks for relationship success (05:51) Navigating relationships in the digital age  (11:40) Real gender differences in dealing with relationship issues  (21:04) The power of a relationship ‘timeout’ Power of Timeouts in Relationships  (23:57) Couples therapy tips and hacks  (28:54) Navigating relationship needs and compromises  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Kelli: Website: https://kellimillertherapy.com/ Instagram: @kellimillertherapy Order the Book: https://kellimillertherapy.com/books/

22 mins

Episode 326: Health Hacks You Can Start Today

Finding it hard to take care of your health when you’re constantly grinding? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I share with you 7...

Finding it hard to take care of your health when you’re constantly grinding? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I share with you 7 easy health hacks you can start today and almost immediately reap the benefits from.  Oftentimes, we think it will cost us a lot of time, energy, and money to get healthy - but all you need is a few seconds of planning and things you already have at home! What we discuss: 01:19: How hard is it to adopt healthy habits? 01:58: Hack #1: Drink lukewarm lemon water in the morning 05:35: Hack #2: Workout in the morning 06:07: Hack #3: Use cold and hot therapy 07:10: Hack #4: Meditate daily 07:27: Hack #5: Weight-train at least 4x per week 08:41: Hack #6: Prepare healthy-food options 09:21: Hack #7: Get in a good laugh daily Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

71 mins

Episode 325: Dr. Jolene Brighten: Balance Your Hormones, Boost Your Libido + Become Your Best Health Advocate

Ever found yourself wondering if what's happening with your body is normal?  And when heading to Dr. Google leaves you more confused than ever - it’s...

Ever found yourself wondering if what's happening with your body is normal?  And when heading to Dr. Google leaves you more confused than ever - it’s hard to know where to turn for the real deal.  I’ve got you! In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Dr. Jolene Brighten, a board certified naturopathic endocrinologist, and fierce women’s health advocate. Together we discuss how to identify signs of hormonal issues, such as mood swings, insomnia, acne or hair loss and what that means for your hormones.  She also shares the critical role of diet, particularly fiber intake, in maintaining a healthy microbiome for long-term health and weight management. And some of the most unusual things you can add to your smoothie to boost your libido.  Dr. Jolene Brighten is an internationally acclaimed hormone expert, nutrition scientist, and thought leader in women’s medicine. She is board certified in naturopathic endocrinology, trained in clinical sexology, and completely dedicated to uncovering the root cause of hormonal imbalances. What we discuss… (03:42) How to recognize the signs of hormonal imbalance (11:43) The shocking reality of stress and depression in Gen X and Millennials  (16:34) Simple ways to take care of your microbiome, increase fiber, and reduce belly fat  (24:10) Navigating nutrition controversy and bias in the world of social media  (29:51) The true power of being properly hydrated for muscle and brain health (35:24) Easy nutrient dense foods to boost your libido  (38:58) The important role progesterone plays in female health  (56:40) Getting the right supplements & testing to optimize hormone health  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Dr. Brighten: Website: https://drbrighten.com/ Instagram: @drjolenebrighten YouTube: @drjolenebrighten Order the Book: https://drbrighten.com/is-this-normal/

11 mins

Episode 324: My Best Tips for Overcoming Procrastination

Struggle with procrastination? In this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast, Jennifer admits she is a natural procrastinator, especially when it comes to things...

Struggle with procrastination? In this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast, Jennifer admits she is a natural procrastinator, especially when it comes to things she doesn’t enjoy doing or things she thinks she is bad at doing. Although, the reality of life is that we aren’t going to be good at everything and we also aren't going to enjoy doing everything–but we still have to do it. So, how do we overcome this and learn to break our toxic procrastination patterns? If you can relate, get ready for Jennifer to share her best Habits & Hustle tips. She explores the different parameters she has implemented into her everyday life that have greatly changed the way she tackles tasks. She also explains how procrastination can be detrimental to our self esteem, how overcoming procrastination needs to become a habit, and the little things she does to eliminate distractions All the tips Jennifer shares are simple, tangible, and available to you at any time for whenever you’re ready to start tackling your procrastination, too. What’s discussed: 0:00 - Introduction to procrastination 1:45 - How some people don’t have time to procrastinate 2:05 - Why we procrastinate on the things we’re bad at 2:53 - How to make big tasks feel less daunting 3:37 - Getting things done first thing in the morning 4:39 - The correlation between procrastination and self esteem 5:59 - How to eliminate distractions 7:44 - Utilizing time blocking 8:30 - Tell us what you think in the Facebook group! Key Takeaways: You procrastinate less when you break things down into smaller, sizable chunks. If something feels daunting to you, instead of thinking about the daunting task at hand, reframe the way you think about it by focusing on getting a small piece of it done today. The smaller you can break up your task, the less daunting it will end up feeling. Procrastination is one of the simplest ways to destroy your self esteem and being your own accountability partner is one of the best ways to build your self esteem. If you make sure you do the things that you tell yourself you're going to do and do them completely, you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment, and that leads to building real self confidence. Put all the hard things you need to get done at the start of your day. Don’t allow yourself to do anything else until you have fully completed these tasks. Turn this into a habit: Tackle the uncomfortable things first before falling into doing what feels comfortable. Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

90 mins

Episode 323: Radhi Devlukia-Shetty: Ayurvedic Health Practices To Discover Your Best + Boldest Self

We spend so much time and energy choosing food that fuels our body, but what if we could use it as more than that? As...

We spend so much time and energy choosing food that fuels our body, but what if we could use it as more than that? As medicine that’s tailored to our temperament and what our body is telling us it needs.  Whether we need more grounding and nourishing, a metabolism boost, or something more cooling and hydrating. Ayurveda’s individualistic approach to health helps you lean into your natural constitution and align your diet (& lifestyle) around it.  In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Radhi Devlukia-Shetty, a plant based cook and ayurvedic student. Together we discuss the complexity of finding balance in relationships, business and your health. Radhi shares her wealth of knowledge around Ayurvedic practices that can easily be added to our daily lives. We also explore the power of consistent effort with meditation, morning rituals, and other spiritual practices that let you personally ‘reset’ when you need it most. Radhi Devlukia-Shetty is a plant based cook and recipe developer, mission-driven entrepreneur, well-being enthusiast, and a trained dietitian, nutritionist and ayurvedic student. Through her love of food she’s on a mission to bring more joy into your life, more spice into your kitchen and more vitality into your body.  What we discuss… (06:18) - Maintaining long-term intimate relationships amidst life’s challenges (16:58) - Turning your passion into a business (22:27) - The healing powers of spices & how to use them daily  (30:30) - Learning to listen to your body’s intuitive & individual knowledge  (40:29) - The importance of health as the ultimate investment (45:25) - Transformative practice of mantra meditation & morning rituals  (54:35) - Harnessing spiritual energy for personal growth  (01:04:42) - Finding purpose and balance amidst uncertainty  (01:13:48) - Influential Figures and Cultural Education (01:17:02) - Understanding Ayurveda and your dosha - your Ayuervedic ‘love language’ …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Radhi: Website: https://radhidevlukia.com/ Instagram: @radhidevlukia  YouTube: @radhidevlu Pre-Order the Book: https://www.joyfullbook.com/

17 mins

Episode 322: Self-Rejection: What It Is and How To Overcome It

Are you rejecting yourself before anyone else has the chance to? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about self-rejection. I...

Are you rejecting yourself before anyone else has the chance to? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about self-rejection. I go over what it means, why we do it, what are some of the symptoms you are self-rejecting, and what you can do to overcome it. I also explain the difference between self-rejection and self-sabotage. What we discuss: 01:04: What is self-rejection? 03:51: Self-rejection vs Self-sabotage: what’s the difference? 06:46: How to overcome self-rejection Key takeaways: Self-rejection is when you reject yourself first, to avoid others rejecting you. When you self-reject, you put more value on others' thoughts and opinions than your own opinion of yourself.  Symptoms of self-rejection tend to evolve around self-punitive habits such as turning down or not accepting compliments, turning down opportunities you are being presented with, and bringing other people down based on things you see in yourself. To overcome self-rejection, you must replace a bad habit with a good one. This means learning how to accept compliments, learning how to become less judgemental of others and yourself, and taking a chance on yourself when presented with great opportunities.  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

70 mins

Episode 321: Dr. Sue Varma: How Grit, Self-Efficacy & Practical Optimism Can Literally Extend Your Life

If you take a child out of a poor neighborhood and put them in a wealthier neighborhoods, they'll likely earn 30% more over their lifetime.  This...

If you take a child out of a poor neighborhood and put them in a wealthier neighborhoods, they'll likely earn 30% more over their lifetime.  This could be because of the network they get access to, or from simply observing wealthier people and realizing, hey, being born with a silver spoon doesn’t make you any better than me.  Either way, having grit, self-efficacy, and practical optimism are 3 key ingredients to living a longer, fuller life.  In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Dr. Sue Varma as we discuss practical strategies to bring practical optimism into your daily life, no matter where you are. How to break the patterns of negative thinking, how optimism and positivity can significantly influence recovery from traumatic events, and how to build self-efficacy into your kids.  Dr. Sue Varma is a board certified psychiatrist and the author of Practical Optimism, a book that equips you with evidence-based tools and techniques to help you reach your career, financial, fitness, personal, and relationship goals more quickly and sustain momentum toward your future goals. What we discuss… (00:01) - Everything you need to know about practical optimism  (11:09) - Dangers of rumination, how we perceive the world, and overcoming pessimism  (17:40) - The power of practical optimism in literally extending your life  (22:10) - How to develop resilience and create more purpose in your life  (34:17) - The current state of mental health treatment and medications  (44:25) - Social media’s dangerous impact on happiness (53:15) - Empowering yourself and your children to have long-term success  (58:13) - Having self-compassion and self-confidence to live a richer, more fulfilling life …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Dr. Sue Varma:  Website: https://www.doctorsuevarma.com/ Instagram: @doctorsuevarma Order the Book: https://www.doctorsuevarma.com/book/

16 mins

Episode 320: How To Become Bolder

What does it mean to be bold? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about what it means to be bold...

What does it mean to be bold? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about what it means to be bold and how you can build your way up to taking bigger, better, and bolder actions. I also share why there’s no need for you to be afraid of coming off as rude when you’re acting bold; there is a big difference between the two. What we discuss: 00:37: What does it mean to be bold? 02:01: What are some examples of being bold? 05:48: What’s the difference between being bold and rude? 09:33: What is a thirst trap? Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement

98 mins

Episode 319: Jordan Belfort: The Real Wolf Of Wall Street Reveals All

From a teenage ice cream empire to time in jail. The infamous Wolf of Wall Street has been through it all.  If you’re looking for a...

From a teenage ice cream empire to time in jail. The infamous Wolf of Wall Street has been through it all.  If you’re looking for a real, unapologetic and inspiring story of business, trials, and triumph? Look no further.  In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Jordan Belfort as he shares some of the darkest chapters of his life, including his stint in jail. He shares how writing became his beacon of hope behind bars, eventually leading to his bestselling memoirs and the iconic movie adaptation. We also discuss the financial landscape, from the deceptive allure of Wall Street to the smart, stable strategies you can use to protect your financial future.  He breaks down his Straight Line sales method, demystifying the art of the deal, revealing how anyone can become a master salesperson with the right tools and mindset. His system is not just theory; it's been battle-tested in the real world, reshaping the careers of countless individuals. Jordan Belfort is an author, motivational speaker, former stockbroker and known best for being THE WOLF OF WALL STREET. He created the straight-line system, which has been proven to transform underdogs into world-class closers and top producers. Jordan has experienced all the ups and downs of entrepreneurship and has evolved into the massively successful household name he is today. What we discuss… (00:01) - injuries, surgeries, and recovery  (11:16) - a journey of entrepreneurship from ice cream sales to jail  (14:48) - the power of finding your why and chasing after it  (18:11) - understanding finances and ignoring dangerous investment advice  (23:19) - the truth about Wall Street strategies and the misconceptions of short-term trading  (29:10) - the most shocking moments in the middle of the Wall Street madness  (36:30) - how it feels to write a memoir and have Hollywood adapt it  (46:34) - closing deals, successful sales, and the crucial role sales plays in building a business  (01:29:25) - views on Bitcoin and tips for responsible investment  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Jordan Belfort Website: https://jb.online/ Instagram: @wolfofwallst  Courses: https://jb.online/collections/courses Speaking: https://jb.online/pages/book-jb

30 mins

Episode 318: The Playbook To Master Modern Dating

If you want to win at dating…there are a whole host of hoops you’re going to have to jump through.  It’s not what we want to...

If you want to win at dating…there are a whole host of hoops you’re going to have to jump through.  It’s not what we want to hear, but it’s the reality of the modern dating world.  Single guys seem to have a plethora of successful, accomplished, beautiful women to choose from. Women? Not so much. And the data backs us up… In this episode of Habits & Hustle podcast we’ve got the stats, the stories, and the secrets that will help you find love amidst a sea of singles. We tackle the big questions, from how your city impacts your love life to the power of a well-tailored suit. Plus, we don't shy away from the tough topics like age preferences on dating apps and the game-changing role of men's grooming habits. What I discuss… (00:01) - The reality of modern dating, it’s challenges, and some scary statistics  (10:01) - How to navigate the world of dating apps and the challenge of gender dynamics  (17:00) - The importance for men to invest in self-care and attention to detail with their personal style  (23:30) - Reciprocity of effort and having realistic dating expectations  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: head over to therasage.com and use my special code B-BOLD for 15% off your order. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

80 mins

Episode 317: Sal Di Stefano: The Truth Behind Harmful Health Trends

You’re scrolling on Instagram and stop dead in your tracks as you’re served an ad for a ‘new’ fitness product.  Except it’s not new…it’s a slightly...

You’re scrolling on Instagram and stop dead in your tracks as you’re served an ad for a ‘new’ fitness product.  Except it’s not new…it’s a slightly sleeker product from 20 years ago that promises you abs of steel in 28 days. While it feels like we face a new fitness trend every week, it’s scary to think that the promise of a ‘quick fix’ is just being recycled over and over again.  In this episode of Habits & Hustle, I’m joined by Sal Di Stefano to reveal the truth behind some of the trends we’re (unfortunately) seeing re-emerge in the health and fitness space. We tackle intermittent fasting, not as a diet trend, but as a cultural practice. And break down how it's being used as another fast way to weight-loss despite its potential health risks, especially for women.  We also debunk a whole host of myths such as: sweat-equals-weight-loss, how much cardio you actually need, plant based ‘milks’ vs dairy milk, the politicization of the vegan diet, and how supplements can completely transform your personal health journey.  Sal Di Stefano is a personal trainer, co-founder of Mind Pump Media and co-host of Mind Pump, a podcast dedicated to providing truthful fitness and health information. Sal is dedicated to prioritizing health over appearance, and he aims to shift the direction of the fitness industry from aesthetic/insecurity based to one based in self-love and self-care. What we discuss… (00:01) - Breaking down the truth around major fitness trends (10:32) - Are fake ‘milks’ actually better for you than dairy milk? (17:02) - Collagen protein: is it worth the hype?  (28:57) - The real benefits of intermittent fasting and cold plunges for fat loss  (38:36) - Does sweat actually equal weight loss? And how to fix your relationship with exercise (46:08) - How strength and metabolism are a better indicator of fitness progress than weight alone (53:17) - The need for exercise consistency over variety and the effects of caffeine on your training  (01:00:13) - How the use of supplements has transformed our personal health journeys  (01:10:34) - Why detaching yourself from the diet crazed culture is essential to long term health  …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. Therasage: go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Sal:  Website: https://www.mindpumpmedia.com/ Podcast: https://mindpumppodcast.com/ Instagram: @mindpumpdistefano  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

18 mins

Episode 316: Do This One Thing To Build A Stronger Mindset, Business, and Body

It’s so easy to get caught up in all the #mindset inspiration on social media. But if you’re in the middle of a mental slump, how...

It’s so easy to get caught up in all the #mindset inspiration on social media. But if you’re in the middle of a mental slump, how do you actually work your way out?  To hit those #mindset goal, you need a paradigm shift. Put your physical strength first.  In this episode of Habits & Hustle podcast I share how you can transform your self-esteem and overall approach to life by being physically strong first. How setting actionable, strength focused goals will have a domino effect that’s way wider than the gym, and that there’s no better time to start than right now! What I discuss… (01:32) - How prioritizing your physical health directly impacts your mental resilience  (09:43) - The power of using your workouts as therapy & places for creative problem solving (10:41) - How putting your physical health first improves your relationships and boost business …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: head over to pendulumlife.com and use my special code HUSTLE15 for 15% off your order. OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

63 mins

Episode 315: Jenn Drummond: Lessons Learned From Climbing Mountain Everest While Raising 7 Kids

Can you imagine training 1,238 hours for a moment that lasts just 10 minutes? Now imagine doing all that training as a working mom to 7...

Can you imagine training 1,238 hours for a moment that lasts just 10 minutes? Now imagine doing all that training as a working mom to 7 kids. Feels kind of impossible right? Well, if you’re looking for a boost of inspiration today, we’ve got you.  This week on Habits & Hustle I’m joined by guest, Jenn Drummond. Becoming the first (and only) woman to complete the seven second summits we discuss how she balanced her rigorous training with motherhood and entrepreneurship, from pre-dawn workouts and on-the-go exercises at her kids soccer games.  She also shares the rigorous mental and physical preparation that goes into climbing Mount Everest, and how to shift your mindset from prioritizing achievements, to the people and relationships that help you get there. Jenn also explores the critical importance of following rules and maintaining a strong mindset in an extreme environment, and how we can apply that to our own lives day-to-day.  Jenn Drummond is a world record holder, author of ‘BreakProof’, host of the ‘Seek Your Summit’ podcast, and mom of 7. Jenn holds the record for the first woman to summit the seven second summits following a life-threatening car accident in 2018. What we discuss:  (00:01) - the shift from operating out of fear to living from a place of abundance and purpose (10:08) - how you turn life’s toughest struggles into your biggest triumphs  (15:43) - the harsh reality of preparing to climb Mount Everest (when you’ve never even slept in a tent) (24:05) - how to navigate the mental and physical preparation alongside parenthood (32:11) - navigating life or death situations in real time (41:42) - lessons learned from climbing the most famous mountain in the world  (48:58) - how to master your mindset to achieve everything you’ve ever dreamed of Thank you to our Sponsors:  Therasage: Go to therasage.com and use code B-BOLD for 15% off HBR: Go to www.hbr.org/subsciptions and enter promo code HABITS Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Jenn Drummond:  Website: https://jenndrummond.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejenndrummond/ Book: https://jenndrummond.com/book/ Podcast: https://jenndrummond.com/podcast/

16 mins

Episode 314: Don’t Push for Happiness - Do this Instead…

“I just want them to be happy…” How many times have you caught yourself saying this about your friends, your family, your kids? Be honest! But what...

“I just want them to be happy…” How many times have you caught yourself saying this about your friends, your family, your kids? Be honest! But what does that actually mean? And is it even possible? In this episode of Habits & Hustle podcast I share why we’re not here to chase fleeting moments of joy. We're here to build robust foundations of self-esteem. To live a life full of productivity and purpose. It’s time to shift our perspective on what we want for our children’s future, and our own. What I discuss… (02:09) The fallacy of happiness as an old goal & the damage that can do (06:40) The importance of hard work and self-efficacy in building a fulfilling life (09:47) How to avoid the trap of instant gratification and instead make decisions with long-term fulfillment in mind …and more! Thank you to our sponsors: HBR: Go to www.hbr.org/subsciptions and enter promo code HABITS Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

119 mins

Episode 313: Unveiling the Truth: IDF Soldier Recounts Straightforward Events of October 7th

Imagine going from the best day of your life…to the worst. In just a matter of hours.  That’s the reality of this week’s Habits & Hustle...

Imagine going from the best day of your life…to the worst. In just a matter of hours.  That’s the reality of this week’s Habits & Hustle guest, Yadin Gellman.  Yadin is an actor who serves as a reservist in the Israeli military. He knows the painful reality of the Israel-Palestine conflict better than most, being on the front lines of October 7 and fighting for his life after being shot by Hamas fighters near the Gaza Strip.  His is a tale of two starkly different worlds. From the deafening silence of the battlefield to the wild applause of an audience. Yadin shares the deep impact his experiences in the Israeli Defense Forces have on his approach to acting. How he balances the gruelling demands of special forces training with his life in the limelight. As well as the harsh truths of his encounters with radical ideologies and how he maintains his hope for peace.  TRIGGER WARNING: Graphic detail of violence and injury. What we discuss: (00:01) - Military service and acting in Israel (19:44) - Going from soldier to actor (37:55) - Concerns of military negligence (43:33) - War and an analysis of the Israeli government (58:26) - Driving through an Israeli war zone (01:10:38) - Fighting and Clearing Houses (01:24:21) - A heroic rescue and survival story  (01:32:59) - Surviving trauma and exposing lies (01:44:10) - Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Media Bias (01:52:52) - The desensitisation to violence and radical Islam (02:05:04) - Hamas and the possibility of peace  (02:10:25) - How the experience of war has impacted his acting plans Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Yadin:  Instagram: @yadingellman

16 mins

Episode 312: Loss Aversion: How Fear of Missing Out Shapes Our Choices

Ever wonder why we fear loss more than we crave success? The answer is loss aversion. In this bonus episode of Habits & Hustle, I...

Ever wonder why we fear loss more than we crave success? The answer is loss aversion. In this bonus episode of Habits & Hustle, I dive into the power of loss aversion and its grip on our daily decisions - from the subscriptions we can't let go of to our relentless gym commitments. I dive deep into the tactics businesses use to play on our fears and keep us hooked. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to craft irresistible campaigns or a savvy consumer aiming to make smarter choices, this episode is a game-changer for you!  What we discuss:  (02:19 - 04:09) Psychological Marketing Technique (08:50 - 09:56) The Power of Fear in Sales  (13:22 - 13:38) Loss Aversion Technique for Marketers and Customers Thank you to our sponsors:  Go to www.hbr.org/subscriptions and enter PROMO CODE: HABITS to learn more about this great opportunity to help manage your career and business. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement

72 mins

Episode 311: Lindsey Vonn: Lessons Learned From Olympic Champion + Ski Legend

For ski bums, it's powder dreams and adrenaline. For champions like Lindsey Vonn, it's a crucible of resilience, dedication, and grit. Learn her secrets to...

For ski bums, it's powder dreams and adrenaline. For champions like Lindsey Vonn, it's a crucible of resilience, dedication, and grit. Learn her secrets to excel beyond the slopes. In this episode, I’m joined by Lindsey Vonn, Olympic champion, NYT best selling author, entrepreneur, and investor who shares the significance of resilience and mental toughness in her skiing career and life, the role of planning and hard work in achieving success, and her transition from athletics to entrepreneurship and mentorship.  We also dive into her experiences of overcoming injuries and setbacks, the intense training and sacrifices required to reach the Olympics, and her current endeavors in investing, advising a sports fund, and empowering the next generation of girls through her foundation. Lindsey Vonn is an American former World Cup alpine ski racer on the US Ski Team. She won four World Cup overall championships—third amongst female skiers to Annemarie Moser-Pröll and Mikaela Shiffrin—with three consecutive titles in 2008, 2009, and 2010, plus another in 2012. What we discuss: (0:05:48) The nature of talent and work ethic, including Lindsey’s family influence and athletic background (0:12:22) - The demanding training regimen and the mental resilience required to excel in competitive skiing from an early age (0:26:03) - Lindsey discusses her retirement decision due to injuries, the mental challenges athletes face, and finding new ways to maintain mental health post-competition (0:29:59) - The detailed daily training schedule of a top athlete, balancing endurance, strength, and recovery (0:39:31) - Lindsey shares her experiences with entrepreneurship, investing in sports teams, and the impact of social media on mental health (0:47:24) The benefits and limitations of red light therapy and other treatments for managing injuries and pain (0:53:45) Lindsey’s personal routines and lifestyle choices for maintaining health (1:02:09) The importance of resilience and empowerment for young girls and the work of Lindsey's foundation in supporting underserved communities. Thank you to our sponsors: OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Lindsey Von: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindseyvonn/ Books: https://lindseyvonn.komi.io/#548ccac3-a5f7-402b-8807-8cd3c33e8072

28 mins

Episode 310: Key Strategies For Your Healthiest Year Yet

Welcome to 2024! As we head into a new year, it's the perfect time to reflect on our health, habits, and personal growth.  The journey to...

Welcome to 2024! As we head into a new year, it's the perfect time to reflect on our health, habits, and personal growth.  The journey to your best self is about way more than just physical appearance; it's deeply intertwined with our internal health. This episode delves into the essence of transformation – from the inside out. In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I explore the powerful connection between nutrition and weight loss, the importance of consistent habits in achieving lasting change. Plus, insights on rest days, fitness for your mental health, and setting realistic goals.  Thank You to Our Sponsors: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Find More from Jen Cohen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement What I Discuss: (03:16) The reality of New Year's resolutions and lifestyle changes (04:08) Forbes' top five resolutions for 2024 and what they reveal (09:08) How to create specific and actionable goals (11:03) Exercise vs nutrition for weight loss (17:01) Why you shouldn’t plan rest days (19:35) The benefits of exploring various fitness regimes

77 mins

Episode 309: Adam Bornstein: The Shocking Truth Behind Diet and Fitness Myths

When it comes to health and fitness, myths abound. From the latest diet fad to the "perfect" exercise routine, it can be challenging to discern...

When it comes to health and fitness, myths abound. From the latest diet fad to the "perfect" exercise routine, it can be challenging to discern what's factual and sustainable. In this episode, I’m joined by Adam Bornstein, a fitness expert and author of “You Can’t Screw This Up”, who shares his knowledge and experience to help navigate the complexities of dieting, weight loss, and the psychological barriers associated with forming new, healthier habits.  We discuss the importance of forming sustainable health and fitness habits over quick fixes, the need for debunking common health myths and understanding science-backed information, and the role of psychology and environment design in habit formation and change. Adam Bornstein is the editorial director of Livestrong.com, and former fitness editor at Men's Health. He co-authored the bestselling The IMPACT! Body Plan, The Men's Health Diet, and has been featured on Good Morning America, The Early Show, and E!'s The Daily 10. What we discuss: (0:02:00) - Adam's transition from university researcher to fitness editor and media icon and the importance of disseminating science-backed health information (0:12:47) - Why making small, sustainable changes in diet and exercise is more effective for long-term weight loss than drastic calorie cuts and intense workouts (0:27:49) - Why aligning diet with individual lifestyle is more sustainable than following fads (0:30:03) - The consequences of consuming ultra-processed foods, supported by findings from an NIH study on increased calorie intake and weight gain (0:40:34) - The psychological aspects of weight loss, stressing the importance of accepting occasional deviations as part of a sustainable health plan (0:45:59) - Common weight loss myths and the need for setting achievable goals and forming habits to prevent reliance on willpower alone (0:50:21) - The importance of being present during meals to regulate food intake and the underestimated calorie count in restaurant meals (1:00:07) - Personal eating boundaries, such as closing the kitchen at specific times, to prevent overeating and improve nutritional discipline Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulumlife.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Head to factormeals.com/habitsandhustle50 and use code habitsandhustle50 to get 50% off. Go to airdoctorpro.com and use promo code HUSTLE and depending on the model, you’ll receive UP TO 39% off or UP TO $300 off! Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Adam Bornstein: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bornfitness/ Book: https://www.cantscrewthisup.com/

15 mins

Episode 308: Self-Rejection: What It Is and How To Overcome It

Are you rejecting yourself before anyone else has the chance to? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about self-rejection. I...

Are you rejecting yourself before anyone else has the chance to? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about self-rejection. I go over what it means, why we do it, what are some of the symptoms you are self-rejecting, and what you can do to overcome it. I also explain the difference between self-rejection and self-sabotage. What we discuss: 01:04: What is self-rejection? 03:51: Self-rejection vs Self-sabotage: what’s the difference? 06:46: How to overcome self-rejection Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

88 mins

Episode 307: Dr. Anthony Youn: The Top Anti-Aging Myths + How to Actually Look Younger

What’s the real way to get younger looking skin? In this episode, we’re going to put all the myths and trends aside and look at...

What’s the real way to get younger looking skin? In this episode, we’re going to put all the myths and trends aside and look at what actually works – without needing surgery or any invasive treatments – with Dr. Anthony Youn. Dr. Youn dives deep into his commitment to a holistic practice for looking younger, debunking anti-aging myths, and exploring the ethical side of cosmetic surgery. You’ll get details on why 'mewing' and 'air sculpt' may not be the magical solutions they're hyped up to be and get real insights into the effectiveness of retinol, ozempic, peptides, and the controversial topic of stem cell therapy in cosmetics. Plus, Dr. Youn explains autophagy in skincare, the impacts of reality TV on societal beauty standards, a surgeon's take on the intricacies of rhinoplasty, and so much more.  Dr. Anthony Youn is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Award-Winning Author, and Anti-Aging Expert. As a successful plastic surgeon for twenty years who has performed tens of thousands of successful cosmetic procedures, you came to realize that the key to true beauty lies in a holistic approach to youth. Surgery should be a last resort. You can learn more in his newest book, Young for Life.  What we discuss:  (05:25)The Popularity of Pimple Popping Videos  (19:35) The Power of One Viral Video (27:44) Face Volume, Fillers, and Pillow Wrinkles  (39:56) Treatment for Sunspots and Age Spots  (46:09) Skincare and the OS01 Peptide (53:59) Product Recommendations and Side Effects (58:32) Stem Cell Therapy Legality in US (01:03:40) Tips for Looking Younger (01:17:30) Discussion on Exercise and Age Perception (01:21:45) Considering Risks and Benefits of Surgery Thank you to our sponsor: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulumlife.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Dr. Youn: Get Dr. Youn’s new book, Younger for Life: autojuvenation.com Website: https://www.dryoun.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonyyounmd/  TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@doctoryoun  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/tonyyounmd 

74 mins

Episode 306: Dr. Christian Gonzalez: Doctors Advice on Why You Can’t Heal Your Body without Healing Your Mind

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Dr. Christian Gonzalez, a doctor turned healer, about the powerful role of emotional repression in...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Dr. Christian Gonzalez, a doctor turned healer, about the powerful role of emotional repression in our overall well-being, the importance of feeling our body and understanding the emotions associated with different parts, and how people become people pleasers, overachievers, and workaholics. We also discuss healing with psychedelics, the truth about authenticity, and the difference between masculine and feminine energies. Dr. Christian Gonzalez, aka Dr. G, is a naturopathic doctor who is passionate about environmental medicine as well as the mind, body, and spirit connection. He is the founder of Elm, a safe haven for healing, and host of the Podcast Heal Thy Self.  What we discuss: (0:04:37) - The Importance of Emotional Healing (0:07:54) - How to Know if You Are Repressing Emotions and How To Deal With It (0:15:19) - Why It’s Important to Reconnect with Your Body (0:20:23) - Understanding the Deep-Seated Connection between Emotions and the Body (0:26:48) - The Power of Womb Healing (0:29:12) - Emotional Healing through Ayahuasca (0:40:25) - The Truth About Authenticity (0:47:13) - How Trauma in the Household Affects People: People Pleasers, Overachievers, and Workaholics (0:54:47) - Navigating Masculine and Feminine Energy Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Dr. Christian Gonzalez: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctor.gonzalez Virtual Group Classes: https://www.elm.health/ Heal Thy Self Podcast: https://docgonzalez.com/podcast/

57 mins

Episode 305: Jen Sincero: How to be a Badass & Become Your Best Self

Transforming your life and unleashing your inner badass isn't about following a one-size-fits-all blueprint. It's about figuring out what works for you, being willing to...

Transforming your life and unleashing your inner badass isn't about following a one-size-fits-all blueprint. It's about figuring out what works for you, being willing to step outside your comfort zone, and continually striving for self-improvement.  One person who has mastered the art of self-improvement is Jen Sincero, bestselling author of "You Are a Badass". In this episode, we discuss the necessity of doing the inner work to transform one's life and conquer self-doubt. We also discuss how age should not be a barrier to chasing one's dreams, and the significance of surrounding yourself with positivity and taking courageous actions, both essential elements for personal growth and achieving success. Jen Sincero is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and motivational cattle prod who’s helped countless people transform their personal and professional lives via her products, speaking engagements, newsletters, seminars, and books. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - Jen Sincero’sjourney from being a struggling musician and freelance writer to becoming a successful life coach and author (0:05:28) - Overcoming self-doubt in writing and publishing, including the process of getting a book deal and facing rejection from publishers (0:11:32) - The importance of taking action to overcome self-doubt and build confidence, and the power of surrounding oneself with positive and inspiring people (0:16:45) - The benefits of guided meditations and how they can help with personal growth and development (0:28:27) - The importance of actively working on one's mindset to overcome negative thoughts and seek personal development (0:41:05) - Following your dreams at any age, using the example of Colonel Sanders who started Kentucky Fried Chicken at the age of 70. (0:44:09) - The concept of being bold and not counting oneself out before even trying Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulumlife.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Jen Sincero: Website: https://jensincero.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jensincero/

50 mins

Episode 304: The Longevity Secret Everyone's Talking About: NAD+ Exposed with Expert Panel!

Discover the longevity secret everyone's buzzing about NAD+ with a panel of top experts. In this episode I’m joined by 5 experts to discuss NAD+:...

Discover the longevity secret everyone's buzzing about NAD+ with a panel of top experts. In this episode I’m joined by 5 experts to discuss NAD+: Dr. Darshan Shah, founder of Next Health and a longevity expert; Dr. Aimee, aka the Egg Whisperer, who is a fertility doctor and OB-GYN, Todd Anderson, founder of Dream Recovery, a performance coach and a sleep expert, Brooke Burke, fitness expert and host personality, and Dr. Abe Malkin, founder of Drip Hydration, concierge doctor and also a longevity expert.  We discuss the crucial role of NAD for cellular health and energy production, the importance of choosing high-quality, research-backed supplements, and daily habits for enhanced well-being. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - The importance of NAD and its rise in popularity among celebrities and biohackers, the significance of NAD in maintaining energy as we age, and its role in various cellular functions (0:11:56) - The natural methods to boost NAD levels, such as high-intensity training and proper nutrition, and the controversy surrounding NAD precursors NR and NMN (0:18:13) - The complexities of the supplement industry, the necessity of research and trust in manufacturers is underscored due to the alarming findings of ChromaDex's analysis of NMN products, the signs of NAD deficiency, and the optimal age for supplementation. (0:29:33) - Daily habits and routines for health and longevity from the experts (0:35:35) - How to dose NAD Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

50 mins

Episode 303: Ashley Koff: Personalized Nutrition Expert on Diet, Nutrition, and Supplements

In a world saturated with health information, how can we discern reliable sources from unreliable ones?  As we navigate a sea of health information, it’s essential...

In a world saturated with health information, how can we discern reliable sources from unreliable ones?  As we navigate a sea of health information, it’s essential to be discerning, understand your body's unique needs, and make informed choices about your health and wellness. In this episode, Ashley Koff, a registered dietitian, cuts through the clutter and provides clear, valuable insights and strategies to optimize your health through diet, nutrition, and supplements. Ashley discusses the importance of quality fats, mindful eating, hydration, and vitamin D, warns against the dangers of over-supplementing, and emphasizes the value of personalized health approaches. She also explains the role of GLP-1 agonist medications for diabetes and weight loss, and offers a guide to managing the overload of health information, or 'infobesity'. Ashley Koff RD is a personalized nutrition expert, founder and CEO of The Better Nutrition Program, consultant, and speaker. What we discuss: (0:04:31) - The importance of quality fats in diet and nutrition, and how they contribute to better health and wellness (0:09:41) - The effectiveness of GLP-1 agonist medications, such as OZEMPIC, for diabetes and weight loss (0:19:17) -Personalized health and the importance of looking beyond lab tests and supplements for managing health (0:28:03) - The importance of hydration for overall health and the role of vitamin D in our bodies  (0:31:03) - The importance of knowing one's vitamin D levels and taking a targeted approach to supplements (0:43:41) - The concept of mindful eating and the challenges that can arise when trying to implement it in a busy lifestyle (0:49:17) - The concept of infobesity and how to navigate the overwhelming flood of health information Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Ashley Koff, RD: The Better Nutrition Program: https://thebetternutritionprogram.com/infobesity/ Website: https://ashleykoffrd.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashleykoffapproved/

41 mins

Episode 302: Dr. Scott Galloway: Censorship, Anti-Semitism, and Social Media's Influence on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Social media has brought about a paradigm shift in the way we communicate, share information, and form opinions. But what happens when social media causes...

Social media has brought about a paradigm shift in the way we communicate, share information, and form opinions. But what happens when social media causes division or silences the voices of those speaking up? Today I’m joined by Dr. Scott Galloway, a Jewish atheist, who shares the escalating issues of censorship and anti-Semitism, especially in the digital age.  We discuss the alarming rise of anti-Semitism, its impact on Jewish communities, and the role of media in propagating this issue. We also dive into the influence of social media platforms like TikTok in shaping societal views and the potential involvement of the Chinese government in promoting divisive content. We go over the increasing trend of censorship on social media and its effect on meaningful conversations like the Israel-Palestine conflict. Dr. Scott Galloway is a clinical professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business, public speaker, author, podcast host, and entrepreneur. What we discuss: (02:07) - Dr. Galloway shares his perspective as a Jewish atheist and discusses the rise of anti-Semitism on college campuses (15:04) - The deep-rooted issue of anti-Semitism and the anger and fear it evokes in the Jewish community  (35:10) - The Israel and Palestine conflict, focusing on the generational divide in opinions and the influence of social media (31:53) - The influence of TikTok on the younger generation and its impact on shaping their views of the world (0:59:44) - The correlation between the growing protests for free Palestine and the loneliness and depression experienced by young men in America Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Dr. Scott Galloway: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/profgalloway

112 mins

Episode 301: Mosab Hassan Yousef: Son of Hamas Reveals Shocking Details About Hamas and the Israel-Palestine Conflict in this Incredible Interview

In this episode, the podcast delves into the life of Mosab Hassan Yousef, a man who grew up as the son of a Hamas founder...

In this episode, the podcast delves into the life of Mosab Hassan Yousef, a man who grew up as the son of a Hamas founder and later became a spy for Israel. The conversation reveals his upbringing in a strict Muslim family, his life in Hamas, and the dramatic shift that led him to work for Israeli intelligence. He gives an inside look into the intricacies of the Hamas mission, its roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, and the tribal mentality that fuels the Israel-Palestine conflict. The episode continues with a discussion about the convoluted relationship between Israeli intelligence and Hamas, offering a rare glimpse into the tactics used to navigate a complex political landscape. Mosab also provides insights into the future of Gaza, the threats posed by Hamas, and the potential ramifications for the Palestinian Authority. His candid account sheds light on the harsh realities of the Israel-Palestine conflict and the rise of anti-Semitism. What we discuss:  (00:01) - Son of Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood (12:39) - Childhood Trauma and Arab Culture (28:18) - Hamas Brutality and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (41:50) - Undercover Operations and Manipulation Within Hamas (54:26) - From Hatred to Espionage (59:42) - Revealing Involvement With Israeli Intelligence (01:04:53) - The Orchestrated Operation to Manipulate Hamas (01:14:40) - Barbaric Massacre and Hamas Brutality (01:30:18) - Analysis of Hatred and Palestinian Conflict Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Mosab: Instagram: @mosab_hassanyousef Book: ⁠https://amzn.to/47ZslNw

15 mins

Episode 300: How to Talk to Your Kids Effectively

Do you struggle with talking effectively with your kids? I'm always trying to research and figure out ways to better connect with my kids and I've...

Do you struggle with talking effectively with your kids? I'm always trying to research and figure out ways to better connect with my kids and I've noticed that I’ve really improved my communication with them which has impacted our level of depth in our relationship. So today I’m sharing easy strategies to talk to your kids effectively and connect with them in an easier way helping them feel valued, seen, and heard.  What I discuss: 1:38 - How to get your kids to open up to you? 4:11 - The importance of asking open-ended questions 5:10 - How sharing personal experiences with kids can positively impact them 8:32 - Why is it important to be patient and calm with kids? 10:00 - Why is it important to respect your children’s boundaries? Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off   Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

100 mins

Episode 299: Jaiya: The Somatic Sexologist on the 5 Erotic Blueprints + Understanding Sexuality

Have you ever heard of somatic sexology? It's a fascinating field that studies the relationship between our bodies (soma) and our sexuality. It's about understanding...

Have you ever heard of somatic sexology? It's a fascinating field that studies the relationship between our bodies (soma) and our sexuality. It's about understanding and harnessing our sexual energy, not just for physical intimacy but also for personal growth and success in all areas of life. That’s what we explore in this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast with Jaiya, the somatic sexologist. Jaiya explores the concept of somatic sexology and its importance in understanding our own sexual blueprints shedding light on the often misunderstood realm of sexuality. She also discusses the intriguing connection between sexual energy and business success, the significance of sexual compatibility in relationships, the multifaceted aspects of polyamory, and her role as a sex and relationship coach, and how her guidance can lead to transformative changes in your life. What we discuss: (0:00:00) - Jaya shares her journey as a somatic sexologist and the importance of understanding our own sexual blueprints (0:12:32) - Jaya shares her experience overcoming challenges in her business due to the explicit nature of her content (0:23:43) - The concept of sex transmutation and its role in awakening genius in the brain (0:27:11) - Jaya shares her morning routine, emphasizing the practice of Vajrayogini and the concept of transmutation (0:35:18) - Sexual blueprints and their impact on our experiences with intimacy and pleasure (0:42:54) - Jaya shares her experience of creating deep bonds with her five long-term partners, each serving different purposes in her life (0:53:08) - Polyamory and open relationships, including Jaya's personal experience (0:59:07) - Jaya and Jenn share personal experiences with the five sexual blueprints and discuss the importance of willingness to learn and grow (1:11:29) - Jaya shares insights into her work as a sex and relationship coach, focusing on transforming relationships and unlocking sexual potential (1:22:50) - The importance of valuing oneself and setting appropriate rates for services, highlighting the significance of self-worth and communication in relationships Thank you to our sponsors: Greenfat: Head over to Greenfat.com and use code Hustle20 to save 20%! OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Jaiya: Book: Your Blue Print for Pleasure Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missjaiya/

54 mins

Episode 298: Eylon Levy: Debunking the Most Common Israeli Conflict Misconceptions

The Israel conflict continues to be a complex issue, layered with historical, political, and cultural factors. As we strive to understand this conflict, it is...

The Israel conflict continues to be a complex issue, layered with historical, political, and cultural factors. As we strive to understand this conflict, it is essential to listen to multiple narratives, question biases, and strive for a deeper understanding of the complexities involved.  Eylon Levy, an Israeli government spokesperson, offers insights into the complexities surrounding the Israel conflict, the aftermath of the October 7th attack, the role of media in reporting the conflict, and the Israeli government's efforts to take down Hamas and prevent future harm to the Israeli people.  We also discuss the challenges of negotiating with terrorists, the role of Qatar in the conflict, and the difficulties in obtaining accurate information from Gaza due to Hamas' control. What we discuss: (0:05:56) - Israeli government spokesperson, Elon Levy, shares his experience of being the face of Israel in the media (0:11:19) - The aftermath of the October 7th attack, including the shock and resilience of Israeli society and the alarming level of anti-Semitism and media bias against Israel (0:23:07) - The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, the thorny issue of negotiating with terrorists, and the harrowing circumstances surrounding hostage releases (0:35:56) - The diverse origins of Israeli citizens, the historical significance of reclaiming their ancestral homeland, and the need for accountability for countries harboring terrorists (0:48:05) - The complexities of humanitarian aid in Gaza and the Palestinian refugee situation, the role of media in reporting the conflict, and the difficulties in obtaining accurate information from Gaza due to Hamas' control (0:59:00) - Elon Levy discusses theories surrounding Hamas' actions and Israel's response (1:03:13) - The recent escalation of violence, the rise of anti-Semitism, the importance of bringing peace and safety to the region, and the role of media in shaping public perception Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Eylon Levy: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eylonalevy/ X: https://twitter.com/EylonALevy

90 mins

Episode 297: Dr. Nicole LePera: The Holistic Psychologist on Why You Feel Stuck in Your Relationships + What to Do About It

It's shocking how many people feel lonely in their relationships, even in seemingly picture-perfect ones. Especially in a place like LA, when it looks like...

It's shocking how many people feel lonely in their relationships, even in seemingly picture-perfect ones. Especially in a place like LA, when it looks like someone has it all, but then you speak to people and they’re really dissatisfied and lonely in their relationships. How do we overcome this? That’s what we explore in this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast with Dr. Nicole Lepera, AKA the Holistic Psychologist.  Dr. Nicole LePera dives into why we don’t have a picture perfect relationship and what we can do to deepen and feel satisfied in our relationships. She also discusses the profound impact of childhood trauma and memory suppression on adult relationships, the possibility of shifting trauma bonds and dysfunctional relationship patterns to create more secure, authentic connections, the importance of effective communication about shared goals, and a commitment to personal growth and change for optimizing your relationships.  Dr Nicole LePera is a holistic psychologist, and author of the number one international bestseller, How to Do the Work. She received traditional training in clinical psychology at Cornell University and The New School of Social Research. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - The concept of relational trauma and memory suppression and how these can influence adult behavior and relationships (0:08:50) - Understanding the impact of childhood experiences on adult relationships, including the patterns we unconsciously repeat from our upbringing (0:19:10) - The difficulty of breaking patterns of behavior passed down through generations and the role of the nervous system in these behaviors (0:23:39) - Attraction and love languages, and how to adjust our patterns of attraction to prevent making the same decisions repeatedly (0:32:33) - How trauma bonds can shift and the steps to move from a dysfunctional relationship to one that is more secure and authentic (0:37:46) - The challenges of breaking generational patterns of behavior and the importance of reconnecting with oneself to foster deeper connections in relationships (0:50:16) - The dynamics of turning a professional relationship into a personal one, and the feelings, conflicts, communication issues, and struggles that come with it (0:56:26) - The unique dynamics of a three-person relationship and the challenges that come with it (1:05:29) - The growth of the global community platform and its benefits (1:15:27) - The importance of self-care in parenting and the significance of showing children how to take care of their own needs (1:21:03) - The importance of secure connections with parents in understanding adult relationships  Thank you to our sponsors: Greenfat: Head over to Greenfat.com and use code Hustle20 to save 20%! Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Dr. Nicole LePera: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.holistic.psychologist/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theholisticpsychologist YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheHolisticPsychologist Website: https://theholisticpsychologist.com/ Book: https://howtobetheloveyouseek.com/ Tour Tickets: https://howtobetheloveyouseek.com/events/

13 mins

Episode 296: My top 3 Strategies for Being a Better Communicator

How many times in your life have things gone sideways simply because the communication wasn’t there? This is extremely common but extremely simple to avoid!  That’s...

How many times in your life have things gone sideways simply because the communication wasn’t there? This is extremely common but extremely simple to avoid!  That’s why in this episode of Habits & Hustle podcast, I’m going to share my top three strategies for being a better communicator – diving into how to communicate properly and effectively. These are very simple and do not require much effort aside from implementation and practice – but when you do, you will up-level how you communicate and connect with the people around you.  What I discuss:  (0:00:01) - The importance of active listening in effective communication (0:04:20) - Using clear and concise language in communication (0:07:00) - Understanding and reading the tone of voice and the audience your communicating with (0:08:00) - The importance of body language in communication Find more from me:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Thank you to our sponsors:  Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off.

88 mins

Episode 295: Mark Sisson: The Primal Blueprint for Fitness, Metabolic Flexibility, and Entrepreneurship

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Mark Sisson, who at the age of 70, credits his health and fitness to his...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Mark Sisson, who at the age of 70, credits his health and fitness to his consistent workout routine, his belief in metabolic flexibility, and a diet centered around real food that tastes good. Mark shares his journey in the entrepreneurial world, from starting a supplement company in 1997 to starting his blog, Daily Apple, and later selling Primal Kitchen to Kraft Heinz. We discuss the importance of listening to one's body and developing the ability to know when to stop eating, as well as the concept of metabolic flexibility, which allows for a steady energy supply without being dependent on hunger and cravings. We also discuss the significant role of nutrient-dense foods in curbing hunger and how mindful eating can lead to a healthier lifestyle, what Mark’s go to supplements are, and how walking is better than running plus the right type of shoes to wear that truly support the feet. Mark Sisson is an American fitness author, food blogger, and a former distance runner, triathlete and Ironman competitor. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - Mark's regimen for maintaining his health and wellness at 70, and his lifelong commitment to performance. He shares his journey from marathon running to triathlon and his philosophy on diet and metabolic flexibility (0:05:40) - The benefits of biking in the sand and stand-up paddling, and the benefits of toe shoes and other trail shoes (0:16:25) - Mark's approach to eating and his advice on listening to your body to determine when you have had enough. He also touches on the idea of eating nutrient-dense foods, rather than relying on processed snacks (0:28:22) - Mark shares his entrepreneurial journey from starting a supplement company to creating his blog, Daily Apple, and eventually starting Primal Kitchen (0:38:02) - Mark's lifestyle changes after the sale of Primal Kitchen and the success of his Primal Health Coach Institute (0:45:29) - Why collagen should be considered a fourth macronutrient (0:56:10) - The concept of tracking steps with a phone or wearable device and Mark's experience with running (1:03:20) - Mark explains why walking is the best exercise for humans and the benefits of minimalist shoes for both walking and running (1:12:06) - The importance of listening to your body when it comes to eating and how Mark's background helped him become an early adopter of healthy living (1:19:22) - The benefits of walking with minimalist shoes Thank you to our sponsors: Greenfat: Head over to greenfat.com and use code Hustle20 to save 20%! OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Mark Sisson: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksissonprimal/

50 mins

Episode 294: Hen Mazzig: Is it Fashionable to be Pro Palestine?

In this bonus episode of Habits & Hustle, we explore the identity struggles within the Jewish community, the broad complexities of social justice, and the...

In this bonus episode of Habits & Hustle, we explore the identity struggles within the Jewish community, the broad complexities of social justice, and the role of media in illuminating these issues with the Tel Aviv Institute Founder, Hen Mazzig. He shares his unique perspective on the importance of standing up and making our identities visible, echoing Harvey Milk's concept of "coming out" as Jewish.  Being Jewish in right now can be dangerous, but at the same time, it’s dangerous for the jewish community to hide your heritage. We discuss how to find a balance between the two. Hen also shares startling data on anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment within Palestine, underscores the urgent need for Jews to reclaim their own humanity, the critical role of media in the Israel-Gaza conflict, and how truth can be distorted by groups like Hamas. Hen Mazzig is a globally-recognized speaker, educator, digital influencer and the founder of Tel Aviv Institute. Over 100 million users have interacted with his online content, and he has appeared as an expert on Jewish issues on four continents, over 500 college campuses, BBC, The Washington Post, SkyNews, TEDx, and countless Shabbat dinners. What we discuss:  (00:01) - The Importance of Speaking Up (09:41) - Intersection of Queerness, Anti-Semitism, Social Justice (22:44) - Media's Role in Israel-Gaza Conflict (31:40) - Gaslighting, Hostages, and Ceasefire Discussion (38:08) - Israel and Anti-Semitism Perception (45:27) - The Miracle of Jewish Survival Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement

93 mins

Episode 293: Jim Kwik: How to Hack Your Brain to Become Limitless

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Jim Kwik, a world-renowned brain trainer and author of Limitless. Jim had three traumatic brain...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Jim Kwik, a world-renowned brain trainer and author of Limitless. Jim had three traumatic brain injuries before the age of 12 and was labeled as the boy with the broken brain, but he overcame his limitations to become the best in the world at brain training. Jim shares his personal journey and insights on how to shift your mindset to overcome self-imposed limitations, use the transformative power of learning and physical exercise for mental and personal growth, and tips for achieving better brain health. This episode is filled with insights into effective techniques for personal development, the pitfalls of multitasking, the potential of technology in optimizing our lives, and the crucial role of consistent habits in achieving success. Jim Kwik is an American brain coach, podcaster, writer, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Kwik Learning, an online learning platform; the host of the Kwik Brain podcast; and the author of Limitless. What we discuss: (0:00:01) How mindset, motivation, and methods can redefine capabilities and the power of self-talk in overcoming limitations. (0:08:16) How to overcome limitations and become limitless, and the importance of mindset and motivation. (0:18:36) The importance of exercise for brain health and tips on remembering names and focusing attention. (0:25:48) Tips on building relationships through remembering names, the importance of taking notes for memory, and the role of practice in understanding. 0:32:53) The pitfalls of multitasking and how to break the habit, focusing on the most important tasks and effectively managing time. - (0:43:11) How to maximize energy for better performance through stress management, sleep optimization, and brain-boosting foods. (0:52:18) The significance of morning routines and stress management for better cognitive performance. (1:04:45) The importance of social connection and mindful eating for mental and physical health, and the benefits of leveraging technology. (1:12:41) How artificial intelligence can enhance human intelligence and the importance of understanding our own brains. (1:21:40) Tthe Brain Animal Test for understanding cognitive types and the importance of personalized learning. (1:25:52) Cognitive enhancers and their potential benefits in achieving goals. Thank you to our sponsors: OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off. Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Greenfat: Head over to Greenfat.com and use code Hustle20 to save 20%! Masterclass: Right now you can get Two Memberships for the Price of One at masterclass.com/habits HBR: Go to www.hbr.org/subscriptions and enter promo code habits Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Jim Kwik: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jimkwik Website: https://www.jimkwik.com/

16 mins

Episode 292: How to Deal with Stress Caused by The Hamas-Israeli War

When the world seems to be crumbling around us, stress management can be difficult. If your stress levels are high and you’re neglecting stress management,...

When the world seems to be crumbling around us, stress management can be difficult. If your stress levels are high and you’re neglecting stress management, it’s way too easy to push your self care rituals and productivity to the side. Don’t worry, you’re not alone – I’m feeling it, too! That’s why in this solo episode of Habits & Hustle, I provide tips and advice to help you cope and manage your stress in the simplest ways possible. What we discuss:  1:00 - Why it’s difficult to manage stress while the world is crumbling around us 3:00 - Why it’s important to address stress in less conventional ways during these times 4:00 - Why leaning into community right now will save you 6:00 My top tips for dealing with stress right now Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement

57 mins

Episode 291: OneSkin Founders: Do this to reverse the signs of aging…

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with OneSkin co-founders, Carolina Reis Oliveira and Alessandra Zonari, who share the revolutionary product ingredient that...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with OneSkin co-founders, Carolina Reis Oliveira and Alessandra Zonari, who share the revolutionary product ingredient that they basically founded that truly does help reverse aging. Carolina and Alessandra bring a unique perspective to skincare, with their impressive academic backgrounds in stem cell biology and tissue engineering. This episode is filled with insights into the world of anti-aging skincare, the science of skin aging, and the role of senescent cells in aging. We dive deep into the effectiveness of skincare products and the journey of transitioning from academia to entrepreneurship. This includes the challenges of securing funding, finding the right investors, and bringing a product to market. Additionally, it underscores the importance of staying connected with customers and shares useful skincare tips. Carolina and Alessandra are co-founders of OneSkin, a biotechnology company developing disruptive rejuvenation technologies. Carolina, with a Ph.D. in Immunology from the Federal University of Minas Gerais in collaboration with Rutgers University, and an IndieBio alum, relocated to Silicon Valley from Latin America in 2016 to co-found OneSkin and spearhead the development of groundbreaking rejuvenation technologies. Alessandra, the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, holds a Master's degree in stem cell biology and a Ph.D. in skin regeneration and tissue engineering from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, in collaboration with the 3B’s Research Group in Portugal. She is also credited with co-inventing three patents and publishing 20 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals. What we discuss: (01:50) - Carolina and Alessandra share their academic backgrounds in stem cell biology and tissue engineering and how they transitioned from academia to entrepreneurship (14:27) - Exploring the science of skin aging, explaining the role of retinol and its impact on skin appearance (21:12) - The concept of senescent cells and their contribution to aging, exploring research on how to reduce the accumulation of these cells in skin tissues. (37:43) - The effectiveness of One Skin products, their approach to skincare, and the science behind their Eye Cream product. (43:15) - Carolina and Alessandra share their entrepreneurial journey, from securing funding to finding the right investors, and the challenges they faced in bringing their product to market. (52:19) - The importance of staying connected with their customers, how their product works, and tips on skincare. Thank you to our sponsors: Sign up for Greenlight today and get your first month free when you go to greenlight.com/habits Go to dailyharvest.com/hustle to get up to $65 off your first box. Go to www.hbr.org/subscriptions and enter PROMO CODE: HABITS right now to take advantage of this great offer. Greenfat: Head over to Greenfat.com and use code Hustle20 to save 20%! TruNiagen: Head over to truniagen.com and use code HUSTLE20 to get $20 off any purchase over $100. Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from OneSkin: Website: https://www.oneskin.co/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oneskin.co/

25 mins

Episode 290: The Disturbing Reactions to the War: From Pulling Down Hostage Pics to Hate on College Campuses

In this stirring discussion, we shed light on the often overlooked Middle East conflict that has drastically consumed our lives. From the shocking events of...

In this stirring discussion, we shed light on the often overlooked Middle East conflict that has drastically consumed our lives. From the shocking events of October 7th to the horrifying and dismissive reactions of many, our discussion is fueled by our profound investment and outrage over the situation. It's appalling to witness people tearing down posters of hostages and dismiss the horrific events as if they were justified. Listen in as we dissect how people can be so easily influenced and how this has led to a disturbing call for Jewish genocide. What we discuss:  (00:01 - 00:25) Unexpected Events in the Middle East (03:25 - 05:21) Horrific Justification of Terrorism (07:33 - 08:21) Funding and Lack of Jewish Awareness (12:29 - 14:02) Exploring Anti-Semitism Within the Woke Community (18:36 - 20:22) Israel's Geopolitical Situation and Misinformation Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement

51 mins

Episode 289: Ashley Stahl: How to Figure Out What You Really Want

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Ashley Stahl, a counter-terrorism expert turned career guru, who shares her wisdom on tapping into...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Ashley Stahl, a counter-terrorism expert turned career guru, who shares her wisdom on tapping into your core skills and interests to design a fulfilling career. Ashley's professional trajectory is nothing short of impressive. Her story underpins the notion that careers are not linear and that it's okay to reimagine and pivot when necessary.  This episode is filled with insights into how using our core skills and values can help develop a fulfilling and meaningful career. We discuss the importance of understanding our core nature, the power of intuition in decision-making, and the concept of nonlinear careers. We also delved into the importance of creating a powerful personal brand, the role of storytelling in our career paths, and the concept of a money blueprint. Ashley Stahl is host of the YouTurnPodcast and bestselling author of “You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, And Design Your Dream Career”, Forbes blogger, and author on a mission to help job seekers step into a career that lights them up. As a creative writer, modern-day entrepreneur, and content creator, more than 516,000 job seekers have subscribed to Ashley's free trainings, while her online courses have helped thousands of job seekers in 31 countries with unlocking their best career fit, landing job offers, and upgrading their confidence.  What we discuss: 06:15 - The Importance of Knowing Your Core Values 11:18 - Exploring Core Values, Skill Set, and Energy Levels 18:03 - How to Make a U-Turn in Your Life 27:36 - Charisma, Influence, and How to Make Lasting Impressions 30:08 - The 4 Key Parts to an Elevator Pitch 34:00 - The Money Blueprint 37:05 - What’s it Mean to Be a Realist Thank you to our sponsors: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Greenfat: Head over to Greenfat.com and use code Hustle20 to save 20%! Head to go.mycopilot.com/HUSTLE to get a 14 day FREE trial with your own personal trainer. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Ashley Stahl: Website: https://www.ashleystahl.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashleystahl/

43 mins

Episode 288: Rudy Rochman: An Interview on Anti-Semitism from the Frontlines in Israel

My guest in this episode, Rudy Rochman, is an Israeli soldier currently on the frontlines in Israel and witnessing the atrocities of Hamas firsthand.  In this...

My guest in this episode, Rudy Rochman, is an Israeli soldier currently on the frontlines in Israel and witnessing the atrocities of Hamas firsthand.  In this episode, we not only get a direct account of what’s happening, but we also dive into the complexities of anti-Semitism, why the world has always hated jewish people, its historical patterns, and its impacts on the Jewish community. We also discuss all the media bias and misinformation being spread in hopes to educate and inform from a factual perspective, and we dive into the rise in popularity of being pro-Palestine + what’s contributing to it.  Rudy is a Jewish activist dedicated to combating anti-Semitism, empowering younger generations to put Judaism into practice, and fostering dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians for a more peaceful world. He is a noted speaker and writer on jewish rights. He frequently speaks at college campuses and to organizations that are pro-Israel and is known for his work as a Jewish and Israel rights activist on social media..  What we discuss: 00:02:30 - The complexities of anti-Semitism, its historical patterns, and its impacts on the Jewish community 00:06:45 - The rising trend of anti-Semitism, especially among younger generations 00:12:00 - Discussion on the silence of influential figures and the need for Jewish people to assert themselves 00:20:15 - The role of Jewish people and their collective responsibility, challenging narratives that blame Jewish people for things beyond their control 00:28:50 - Comparing Jewish people to the world's immune system, offering a fresh take on the world's blame game 00:38:40 - Candid discussion on media bias, the trauma of war, and the potency of overcoming fear 00:45:00 - First-hand accounts from Israeli soldiers 00:53:30 - Rudy's personal journey of triumph over fear. Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Find more from Rudy:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rudy_israel/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@RudyRochman 

77 mins

Episode 287: Dr. Gabrielle Lyon: How to be Strong Forever

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a leading expert in human nutrition. We discuss the misinformation about nutrition...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a leading expert in human nutrition. We discuss the misinformation about nutrition and muscle building that circulates on social media, the importance of animal protein in a balanced diet, and the potential risks of a plant-based diet. Dr. Lyon also shares her personal fitness journey and the philosophy behind her new book, "Forever Strong."  Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is the founder of the Institute for Muscle-Centric Medicine®. Dr. Lyon is a nationally recognized speaker and media contributor specializing in brain and thyroid health, lean body mass support, and longevity. Get your copy of “Forever Strong: A New, Science- Based Strategy for Aging Well” at https://drgabriellelyon.com/forever-strong/ What we discuss: (0:06:10) - Entrepreneur Archetypes and Health Habits (0:09:35) - Habits on Nutrition, and Understanding the Difference between Animal and Plant Proteins (0:18:39) - A Comprehensive Perspective on Training, Protein, and Nutrition (0:27:00 - How to Incorporate Protein and Have a Balanced Diet (0:30:10) - The Importance of Increasing Muscle (0:36:13) - What Are the Misconceptions about Working Out and Nutrition? (0:49:21) - Longevity Tips (0:54:49) - Dr. Gabrielle Lyon’s Daily Routine (1:02:03) - Hormone Replacement and Peptides for Women Other Ways to Increase Muscle for Longevity (1:08:52) - Lose Weight, Build Muscle, and Have Good Longevity with Dr. Lyon’s Book, "Forever Strong" Thank you to our sponsors: Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Shopify: Go to shopify.com/hustle to take your business to the next level Hello Fresh: Go to HelloFresh.com/50hustle and use code 50hustle for 50% off plus free shipping! AirDoctor: Head to airdoctorpro.com and use promo code HUSTLE and depending on the model, you’ll receive UP TO 39% off or UP TO $300 off! Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Dr. Gabrielle Lyon: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drgabriellelyon/ Website: https://drgabriellelyon.com/

100 mins

Episode 286: Nathaniel Buzolic: A Conversation on The Israeli/Gaza Conflict Broken Down

This is the most important conversation I’ve ever had on the Habits & Hustle podcast as we dive into the devastation of the Israeli -...

This is the most important conversation I’ve ever had on the Habits & Hustle podcast as we dive into the devastation of the Israeli - Hamas War and the history of Israel. I felt compelled to release this episode as social media is providing content without context – which is very, very dangerous. Plus, there are a lot of people speaking who know nothing. I hope this episode provides you with a greater education, a new perspective for what is happening in the world right now.  In this episode, I chat with Nathaniel Buzolic aka Nate Buzz who has 3+ Million followers on Instagram and an Australian actor who most know from The Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars. Nate grew up in an Islamic community, has been to Israel 25+ times, and is one of the most educated people I know in the history between Israel and Palestine. What we discuss: (0:03:00) - Nate’s Background on Understanding Arab and Jewish Culture (0:13:48) - Understanding Cultural Differences (0:24:04) - Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict (0:33:50) - Analyzing Conversations Surrounding Israel's Ongoing Conflict (0:40:10) - Understanding Support for Malicious Organizations (0:51:21) - Christian Actor's View of Hollywood (0:59:49) - The Escalating Global Presence of Evil (1:07:56) - Insights on Hostages and Controversial Figures (1:15:03) - The Manipulation of Public Opinion (1:27:05) - Addressing Anti-Semitism and Shifting the Conversation (1:39:00) - Passion, Purpose, and Representation Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Nathaniel Buzolic: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natebuzz Twitter: https://twitter.com/natebuzz IMBd: https://www.google.com/search?q=Nathaniel+Buzolic&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS1004US1004&oq=Nathaniel+Buzolic&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i512j46i512j0i512l3j69i61.340j0j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

61 mins

Episode 285: Liz Moody: 100 Ways To Change Your Life

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Liz Moody, best-selling author of '100 Ways to Change Your Life: The Science of Leveling...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Liz Moody, best-selling author of '100 Ways to Change Your Life: The Science of Leveling Up Your Health, Happiness, Relationships, and Success,' where we explore practical tips for harnessing habits to drive significant life changes. We also discuss the science of forming habits and achieving goals, and simple techniques that can significantly impact our lives like setting boundaries, overcoming imposter syndrome, and practicing gratitude. We explore the best ways to increase creativity and the power of community. Liz Moody is a podcast host, journalist, and best-selling author of “100 Ways to Change Your Life The Science of Leveling Up, Your Health, Happiness, Relationships and Success”, a culmination of the best tips and tricks from some of the world's top experts. What we discuss: (04:03:) - How To Stick To Habits and Achieve Your Goals (06:02) - What Is Temptation Bundling? (10:53) - What Is The WOOP Goal? (18:45) - Productivity Secrets To Move In The Direction Of Your Goals (27:34) - Tips On Creating Healthy Habits for Mental Well-Being (33:09) - How to Practice Gratitude and the Impact of Giving Advice (40:11) - Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Boosting Confidence for Personal and Professional Growth (45:11) - Hot Topics in Podcasting (47:17) - Best Ways To Increase Your Creativity (49:00) - Liz’s Tips for Best Daily Habits (53:00) - Is Having Community a Wellness Habit? Thank you to our sponsor: Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Get 15% off right now at masterclass.com/habits Go to dailyharvest.com/hustle to get up to $65 off your first box Get better sleep now with Blissy and use code HUSTLE to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/HUSTLE Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Liz Moody: Podcast: https://www.lizmoody.com/the-liz-moody-podcast/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lizmoody/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lizmoody

19 mins

Episode 284: Ditch Decision Fatigue - How To Make Better Decisions

Do you have trouble choosing when you have too many options to choose from?  I'm sure most of us do. When we're presented with multiple options...

Do you have trouble choosing when you have too many options to choose from?  I'm sure most of us do. When we're presented with multiple options and they all feel like they could be the right one, how can we make it easier to make the right choice? That's what I'm going to chat with you about in this solo episode of Habits & Hustle. I dive into the paradox of choice. This phenomenon suggests that when we have too many options to choose from, it requires more effort to make a decision and can leave us feeling unsatisfied with our choice. I share with you how to ensure you make the best choices, how you can simplify your choices, and explain how it differs from analysis paralysis. What we discuss: 01:25: What is the paradox of choice? 03:26: What do you do about it? 08:31: How can you simplify your choices? 09:46: How does it differ from analysis paralysis? 11:34: How can you simplify your choices? Thank you to our sponsor: OneSkin: Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15% off.   Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

81 mins

Episode 283: Yung Pueblo: The Secret Skill That Will Transform Your Life and Heal You

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Yung Pueblo, a meditator and poet, about his transformational journey from chaos to wellness, the...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Yung Pueblo, a meditator and poet, about his transformational journey from chaos to wellness, the power of authenticity, and the concept of compassionate investing. We dive into his evolution from an unknown writer to a New York Times bestselling author and the role that meditation and Vipassana, an ancient Buddhist practice, played in reshaping his life and relationships. He shares the amplified need for authenticity in our digital age, how his writings have resonated with millions, and his association with Substack, a platform bridging the gap between content creators and their audience. Diego Perez is a #1 New York Times bestselling author who is widely known on social media through his pen name, Yung Pueblo. Online he has an audience of over 3 million people, and has sold over a million books worldwide which has also been translated into over 25 languages. His writing focuses on the power of self-healing, creating healthy relationships, and the wisdom that comes when we truly work on knowing ourselves. Check out his fourth book, The Way Forward.  What we discuss: (0:04:27) - From Aspiring Writer to #1 New York Times Bestselling Author (0:05:45) - Diego's Transformational Journey from Chaos to Wellness (0:09:52) - The Profound Impact of Meditation on Diego (0:14:00) - The Meditation Method That Altered Diego's Life (0:19:58) - Meditation’s Astonishing Benefits (0:23:46) - Diego's Remarkable Life Transformation After the 10-Day Meditation Course (0:27:03) - How to Begin Your Meditation Journey (0:31:08) - The Remarkable Outcomes of a Consistent Meditation Practice (0:35:46) - How Meditation Nurtured Diego's Connections and Relationships (0:38:00) - Diego's Inspirational Journey to Find His Unique Voice (0:46:10) - Embracing Authenticity and the Power of Words (0:49:04) - Leveraging the Impact of Instagram for Sharing and Connection (0:54:08) - The Profound Effects of Solitude and Its Relevance (0:56:00) - The Positive Influence of Meditation on Diego's Energy (1:00:40) - Reviewing Substack: A Platform for Writers and Creators (1:09:08) - The Why Behind Diego's Entrepreneurial Journey with Wisdom Ventures (1:09:08) - A Day in the Life of Diego: Balancing Passion, Work, and Well-Being (1:15:02) - Diego’s 2-Hour Meditation Ritual Thank you to our sponsor: Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Go to shopify.com/hustle to take your business to the next level Go to HelloFresh.com/50hustle and use code 50hustle for 50% off plus free shipping! Head to airdoctorpro.com and use promo code HUSTLE and depending on the model, you’ll receive UP TO 39% off or UP TO $300 off! Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Yung Pueblo: Substack: https://yungpueblo.substack.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yung_pueblo/

34 mins

Episode 282: Melissa Houston: How to Become Cash Confident as an Entrepreneur

82% of businesses fail due to cash flow mismanagement, often mistaking profit for cash flow. In this episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I interview...

82% of businesses fail due to cash flow mismanagement, often mistaking profit for cash flow. In this episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I interview Melissa Houston, author of Cash Confident, who shares her unique five-step framework for mastering business finances. The framework starts with developing a positive money mindset, understanding the difference between profit and cash flow, creating a business financial plan, and the importance of being proactive with cash and forecasting financial outcomes for at least six to eight weeks in advance to prepare for any financial shortages. We also discuss specific financial hurdles that women often face, including mindset issues around money, the intense competition in the online coaching world, and the importance of understanding and managing cash flow effectively. What we discuss: 01:10 - What does it mean to be cash confident? 02:34 - Number 1 reason businesses fail 03:55 - Tips for being more aware of cash flow 05:36 - 5 step framework for mastering business finances 09:00 - How to shift your money mindset 11:53 - Financial confidence for women 16:12 - How to determine the strengths and weakness of a business? 17:46 - What businesses are more profitable and cash flow positive than other ones? 22:50 - The truth behind online coaching 25:13 - When does a company need to hire a CFO?   Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Find more from Melissa: Website: https://melissahoustoncpa.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/melissahoustoncpa

133 mins

Episode 281: Gary Brecka: Human Biologist on Predicting How Long You’ll Live

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Gary Brecka, a human biologist and former mortality expert, who provides an in-depth discussion about...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Gary Brecka, a human biologist and former mortality expert, who provides an in-depth discussion about an array of topics ranging from how to predict your lifespan, insights into longevity, and the impact of daily habits on our health. We also dive into genetic testing, the role of vitamins and minerals in our bodies, and the importance of gut health. This conversation was not only educational but also empowering and it serves as a reminder that understanding our bodies can lead to actionable steps toward better health. As Gary rightly puts it, "Most people have forgotten how good normal really feels. Gary Brecka is a professional Human Biologist, and the Co-Founder of 10X Health System based in Miami, FL. His goal is to empower people to become the best version of themselves. What we discuss: (0:00:55) - The Surprising Truth of Life Insurance (0:09:46) - The Third Leading Cause of Death in America (0:11:56) _ Why It’s Important to Stress Your Body (0:17:52) - The Superhuman Protocol (0:26:25) - Red Light Therapy and Benefits of Saunas (0:37:17) - Photographic Memory and Biohacking (0:41:25) - Deficiency and Methylation in Human Body (0:50:57) - Explaining mRNA Vaccines and Methylation Tests (0:58:12) - Importance of Gut Health and Genes (1:05:03) - From Insurance to Probabilistic Mortality Models (1:08:04) - From Insurance to Wellness (1:13:50) - Blood Sugar and Nutrient Deficiencies Impact (1:19:15) - Understanding Genetic Testing and Supplements (1:26:43) - Peptides and Testosterone (1:32:13) - Understanding Testosterone and Hormone Levels (1:44:44) - Intermittent Fasting and Allergy Testing (1:51:43) - Introduction to Grant Cardone's Health Transformation (2:01:20) - Daily Habits and Longevity Thank you to our sponsors: TruNiagen: Head over to truniagen.com and use code HUSTLE20 to get $20 off any purchase over $100. Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Gary Breka: Website: https://www.garybrecka.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garybrecka/

9 mins

Episode 280: Why Passion Won’t Lead to Success

Do you believe that you have to “follow your passion” to be successful? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I debunk the...

Do you believe that you have to “follow your passion” to be successful? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I debunk the widely held belief that pursuing your passion leads to success. I’m sharing how to redefine your path to achievement and how overlooked paths have the potential to provide financial stability but also the freedom to pursue passions. What we discuss: 00:10 - The truth about following your passion 01:06 - Why is it crucial to concentrate on your strengths? 02:34 - Why following what you love may not be enough 05:18 - Why turning your passion into your career isn’t always a good idea 07:34 - Do what you’re good at Thank you to our sponsor: Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN   Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

60 mins

Episode 279: Colleen Cutcliffe: How to Heal Your Gut, Control Your Glucose Levels, and Speed Your Metabolism

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Colleen Cutcliffe who gives us a step-by-step guide on all things gut health – understanding...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Colleen Cutcliffe who gives us a step-by-step guide on all things gut health – understanding why optimization is key, why it’s growing in popularity, how your gut is controlling you, and exactly what you should do to reclaim your gut microbiome. We also dive into how the gut is linked to your metabolism, the popular trend of glucose control and why we should be concerned about our glucose levels, and why an increasing number of people are seeking natural alternatives to metformin. Colleen Cutcliffe is the CEO and Co-Founder of Pendulum Therapeutics. Colleen has over 20 years of experience managing and leading teams in biotech, pharma, and academia. Before starting Pendulum Therapeutics, Colleen served as the Senior Manager of Biology at Pacific Biosciences, which is where she met her two co-founders. Prior to that, Colleen was a Scientist at Elan Pharmaceuticals. Colleen completed her postdoctoral research at Northwestern’s Children’s Memorial Hospital, received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Johns Hopkins University and received her B.A. in Biochemistry from Wellesley College. Use code “JENCOHEN” for 20% off of your first bottle of membership at pendulumlife.com What we discuss: (0:09:01) - Akkermansia's Role in Gut Health (0:17:41) - GLP-1 and Akkermansia in Metabolism (0:31:36) - Longevity Drugs and Glucose Control (0:35:01) - Glucose Control and Metabolic Supplement Benefits (0:45:16) - Gut Health Benefits and Quality Control (0:57:15) - Understanding Acromantia and Its Benefits Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulumlife.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Colleen Cutcliffe: Website: https://pendulumlife.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pendulumlifeco/

21 mins

Episode 278: Q&A on How to Become a Successful Entrepreneur

In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, Shanni asks me questions from the deck of discussion which is 52 questions to spark,...

In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, Shanni asks me questions from the deck of discussion which is 52 questions to spark, motivate, and ignite your passions. We discuss business dilemmas, from managing poor product reviews to handling controversial situations and resolving profit share disputes, this episode is packed with actionable tips for every business owner and entrepreneur. What we discuss: 00:33 - What to do if your product is selling well but getting bad reviews 03:41 - How to handle controversial situations 07:09 - What my Ted Talk would be 09:25 - Resolving Profit Share Disputes Without Contract 15:04 - Volume business vs. economic business Thank you to our sponsor: Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN   Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

71 mins

Episode 277: Heather Dubrow: The Real Housewife on the Complexity of Life Under the Spotlight

Sometimes we all wonder, what is it like to be under the permanent scrutiny of millions of judgmental eyes, while living in a reality TV...

Sometimes we all wonder, what is it like to be under the permanent scrutiny of millions of judgmental eyes, while living in a reality TV microcosm? This week’s guest on the Habits & Hustle podcast, Heather Dubrow, answers that question. The Real Housewife uncovers the depth and complexity of life under the spotlight and her experience on reality TV – including how show edits can drastically influence viewers' perception of you, her apprehensions about joining a reality TV show, and the impact it had on her acting career. Heather also dives into the not-so glamorous side of fame in the reality TV sphere as she opens up about facing jealousy, competition, and the evolution of her public persona. She shares insights into how our environment affects our personalities, and what she envisions for her life post-reunion. We also touch upon maintaining relationships amidst the drama, her thoughts on body image, and the rumors of her husband's infidelity. Heather Paige Dubrow is an American actress and television personality. She is best known as a cast member of the Bravo reality television series The Real Housewives of Orange County, starring in seven seasons since her introduction in 2012. What we discuss:  (0:00:01) - Evolution of a Housewife (0:13:21) - Discussing Reality TV and Authenticity (0:16:37) - Real Housewives and Family Conversations (0:22:11) - Power of Celebrity Influence (0:30:18) - Understanding Female Competition and Empowerment (0:41:59) - Body Image and Personal Habits (0:50:32) - Reunion Prep and Future Acting Opportunities (0:53:46) - Reality TV Drama and Maintaining Relationships (1:06:36) - Heather Dubrow's Podcast and Website Thank you to our sponsors:  Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off. TruNiagen: Head over to truniagen.com and use code HUSTLE20 to get $20 off any purchase over $100. Ritual: Visit ritual.com/HABITS to start Ritual or add Synbiotic+ to your subscription today. Find more from Heather: Website: https://www.heatherdubrow.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heatherdubrow/ Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

17 mins

Episode 276: The Power of Taking Action

No one is going to be a better advocate for making your goals and dreams come true than you. In this solo episode of the Habits...

No one is going to be a better advocate for making your goals and dreams come true than you. In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I discuss the importance of executing ideas and making things happen. I share how you can create opportunities by taking small steps, and that it's possible to design the life you want by taking action. What I discuss: 02:40 - The Importance of Idea Execution 09:26 - How to Execute Your Ideas 13:49 - Taking Action and Making Things Happen Thank you to our sponsor: Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off. Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

70 mins

Episode 275: Chevy Chase: Why You Need to Stop Giving A Sh*t to Succeed

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with the legendary Chevy Chase about the comedy industry’s best kept secrets. From jazz piano to...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with the legendary Chevy Chase about the comedy industry’s best kept secrets. From jazz piano to drumming, we dive into his hidden talents and his first big break in comedy - setting the stage for a life filled with laughter and unforgettable moments.  Moving from comedy gold to silver screen gems, we lift the veil on Chevy’s versatile acting journey. Celebrated for his quick comedic timing, Tony shares his favorite characters, his comedy influences, and the strategic choices he made throughout his career. Get ready for some exclusive insights into some truly classic cult films. Chevy Chase is a comedian, actor, and writer. From being a key cast member on the first season of “Saturday Night Live” to having his late-night talk show in 1993, this actor has given people a run for their money. Chase has a career that spans over five decades. He’s been in 101 films and television shows, written 14 productions, and produced a T.V. show and a documentary.  What we discuss: 02:36: Was Chevy always funny? 11:29: How did Chevy come up with the idea of his show? 22:38: Why did Chevy leave Saturday Night Live? 26:41: What movies is Chevy really known for? 31:05: How would the writing work? 33:25: How did Chevy pick his roles? 44:47: Did Chevy ever regret turning down a role? 55:50: What are the coolest things Chevy has got himself involved in? 01:08:20: What is Chevy’s morning routine like? 01:11:24: Does Chevy have any hobbies? 01:12:33: What is Chevy working on now? 01:13:32: Where did Chevy get his nickname? Key takeaways: When you have a natural talent in an artistic field, it’s easy to fall into the mold that executives may want you to morph yourself to fit into. However, the reason why people in the creative field are successful is because of their unique abilities. Thus, it’s important to adopt a “ I don’t give a sh*t” attitude and express yourself in the way that is natural to you and which you are known for. People tend to have a certain affinity towards specific types of arts such as paintings or music, but snub people who watch too much TV. What people with this attitude fail to realize is that watching TV is how you can admire and appreciate the work of the actors, directors, and writers that poured their hearts into bringing this piece of art to life for their spectators. Thus, you shouldn’t feel guilty about sitting down to watch TV if it’s to enjoy a good movie or TV show - it’s simply another form of art to appreciate.  Thank you to our sponsors: Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Therasage: Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off Learn more from Chevy: Website: https://officialchevychase.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chevychase/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

13 mins

Episode 274: The Alpha Attraction

What makes a man truly 'alpha' and why is this trait irresistibly attractive to women?  In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I...

What makes a man truly 'alpha' and why is this trait irresistibly attractive to women?  In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about attraction and gender roles in relationships. I shed light on the allure of the alpha male persona but also the fundamental aspects of attraction that society often glosses over. What I discuss: 2:30 - Attraction and Gender Dynamics 5:00 - Expectations in Dating 8:33 - Gender Roles in Relationships Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

83 mins

Episode 273: Ben Nemtin: Turning Struggles into Success

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Ben Nemtin, a man hailing from the small town of Victoria, Canada, to becoming the...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Ben Nemtin, a man hailing from the small town of Victoria, Canada, to becoming the second-ranked motivational speaker on the Global Gurus list. You'll hear about his transformation into a motivational speaker, ignited by a life-altering summer job in Banff, Alberta. His tales from the trenches of mental health struggles to the thrill of playing basketball with the President offer a bucket-full of hope, inspiration, and actionable insights. This episode is filled with invaluable insights on the power of accountability, and how to take actionable steps towards achieving our goals. Ben shares how a simple act of writing down our goals can create accountability and motivate us to achieve them. He also sheds light on the psychology behind why people stay in jobs they dislike, and how companies can better foster mental well-being in their teams. We also explore the blurred boundaries between corporate jobs and entrepreneurship, and the power of inspiration and kindness in creating a ripple effect. Ben Nemtin is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, co-founder of The Buried Life movement and inspirational keynote speaker. He has delivered over 500 keynotes to brands and Fortune 500 companies around the globe. What we discuss: (0:09:04) - Rediscovering Purpose Through a Bucket List (0:18:15) - Taking Action and Building Accountability (0:27:58) - Mental Well-Being's Impact on Work (0:32:09) - Exploring Success, Entrepreneurship, and Authenticity (0:41:48) - The Ripple Effect and Inspiring Others (0:46:28) - Mental Health Struggles and Finding Inspiration (0:56:32) - Exercise, Gym Routines, TV Show Stunts (1:02:15) - Play Basketball With the President (1:05:29) - From Dream to Reality Thank you to our sponsors: Go to cozyearth.com and get up to 35% off site-wide when you use the code “HUSTLE” Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Ben Nemtin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bennemtin/ Bucket list journal: https://writeyourlist.com/

13 mins

Episode 272: Why You Need to Stop Focusing on The Now

Do you let the feeling of “not feeling like it” get in the way of your goals?    In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle...

Do you let the feeling of “not feeling like it” get in the way of your goals?    In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about the importance of focusing on how you will feel in the future, after you do something that you know you should do, instead of focusing on how you feel in the moment. Whether it be working out or drinking, it’s important to think of how you feel now and how it may make you feel after you do the “thing”. What I discuss: 00:43: Where should you put your focus? 05:16: Why do people enjoy alcohol? 08:01: How should you think of what to focus on? Thank you to our sponsor: KETONE IQ: Go to hvmn.com/jen and get 30% off your first subscription  Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

63 mins

Episode 271: Laura Gassner Otting: Why Success Doesn't Feel Like It Should + What to Do About It

Have you ever wondered what it would take to write a best-selling book? Imagine going from a phone call, to crafting an inspiring narrative, to...

Have you ever wondered what it would take to write a best-selling book? Imagine going from a phone call, to crafting an inspiring narrative, to becoming an acclaimed author. This exhilarating journey comes to life in our conversation with accomplished author and motivational speaker, Laura Gassner Otting. Laura shares her extraordinary evolution as an author, the importance of a book as a marker of legitimacy, and her unique perspective on public speaking. Laura also dives into sales techniques and the life-changing transition from working in an executive search firm to launching her own venture. Laura's emphasis on the significance of client trust and her candid admissions about the role it played in her success are truly enlightening. She also gives us an insight into her fight against self-doubt, and how her achievements served as stepping stones to fulfilling her potential. Laura has appeared regularly on Good Morning America and the TODAY Show, and her writing has been seen in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, HR Magazine. She is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of three books, including Wonderhell: Why Success Doesn’t Feel Like It Should… and What to Do About It, Limitless: How to Ignore Everybody, Carve Your Own Path, and Live Your Best Life, and Mission-Drive: Moving from Profit to Purpose. Her books have been translated into five languages. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - Laura’s journey into literature and public speaking (0:05:29) - Sales techniques  (0:13:40) - Overcoming self-doubt to fulfill potential (0:25:46) - Influence of your social circle (0:30:02) - Embracing ambition and overcoming doubt (0:40:17) - Gaining strength through belief (0:45:34) - Success, networking and recognizing self-worth (0:52:09) - Emphasizing the importance of support Key Takeaways:  1. Self-doubt and fear can act as catalysts to success: Laura discusses how she navigated self-doubt and used it to fuel her ambition. Instead of letting self-doubt hinder her, she harnessed it as a driving force towards achieving her full potential. She also shares insights on how to manage fear, particularly in public speaking, viewing it as an invitation to adventure rather than a deterrent. 2. Surrounding yourself with the right people is crucial: Laura emphasizes the importance of the people you surround yourself with in shaping your journey to success. She warns about the dangers of having the wrong people in your circle and stresses the need for a supportive network that encourages and sees your worth. 3. Embracing failure and understanding that it's a part of the journey: Laura shares her perspective on failure, seeing it not as a finale but as a fulcrum from which we learn and grow. She suggests making a list of your proudest achievements and acknowledging the failures and lessons along the way, as these experiences contribute to personal growth and reaching your next goal. Thank you to our sponsors:  Go to HelloFresh.com/50hustle and use code 50hustle for 50% off plus free shipping! Go to cozyearth.com and get up to 35% off site wide when you use the code “HUSTLE” Go to blissy.com/HUSTLE and use code HUSTLE to get an additional 30% off You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Head over to www.pendulum.com and use code JENCOHEN for 20% off Head over to therasage.com and use code Be Bold for 15% off. Head over to oneskin.co and use code HUSTLE15 for 15 % off your entire order.

23 mins

Episode 270: The Truth About the Taylor Swift Eras Tour…

Do you think that the Taylor Swift tour and Barbie movie happening in same time is a coincidence? In this solo episode of the Habits and...

Do you think that the Taylor Swift tour and Barbie movie happening in same time is a coincidence? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about the impact the Barbie movie and the Taylor Swift Eras tour is having on our economy as well as on our young women. These two pop culture moments are a perfect representation of the modern empowered women and mean a lot more than what it looks like on the surface for the young girls in this world. What I discuss: 01:28: How much money did Barbie make? 06:41: How did Taylor Swift’s tour stimulate the economy? 11:18: Did the Taylor Swift tickets prices make sense? Thank you to our sponsor: KETONE IQ: Go to hvmn.com/jen and get 30% off your first subscription  Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

68 mins

Episode 269: Dr. Rady Rahban: Exploring the World of Plastic Surgery

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Rady Rahban about his journey and experiences in the ever-changing world...

In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Rady Rahban about his journey and experiences in the ever-changing world of plastic surgery and beauty. From facelifts to chin enhancements, we dive into the shifting trends in beauty and plastic surgery, including the increasing desire for dramatic results from plastic surgery. Dr. Rahban shares his perspective on popular procedures such as the Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) and why he doesn't perform them. The conversation also touches on the profound impact of the pandemic and social media on aesthetics, including the rise in plastic surgery procedures due to the 'Zoom effect' and increased time at home. We explore the psychological impacts of social media and trauma on self-esteem and how it can influence perceptions of beauty and the decision to undergo plastic surgery. Lastly, we navigate the complex landscape of plastic surgery, emphasizing the importance of doing thorough research and checking credentials before choosing a surgeon. Dr. Rady Rahban is a world-renowned Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon in Beverly Hills, CA. He is recognized nationally and internationally for his professional integrity and artistic sensibilities that distinguish his practice. Firmly committed to patient education, Dr. Rahban is a vocal critic of unlicensed practitioners and unnecessary surgical procedures, and provides patient education on his own popular podcast, “Plastic Surgery Uncensored”. He is known as the “go-to” doctor for his expertise in all types of plastic surgeries, including corrective procedures.  What we discuss: 0:03:24 - Dr. Rady Rahban’s expertise in all types of plastic surgeries 0:07:00 - The difference between a lower facelift, a regular facelift, and a neck lift 0:12:24 - The changing concepts of beauty over time 0:14:75 - Plastic surgery trends 0:18:38 - Brazilian Butt Lift concerns and risks 0:21:09 - The new wave of breast implant removal 0:25:20 - COVID’s “zoom effect” and social media’s impact on aesthetics 0:30:37 - The impact of photo and video filters 0:38:29 - How trauma, social media, and self-esteem impact each other 0:42:00 - How to make somebody look like a filtered version of themselves 0:47:13 - How to know if a plastic surgeon is good or bad 0:53:00 - Evaluating doctors and seeking referrals for procedures 1:00:01 - Educating patients on plastic surgery Thank you to our sponsors: Pendulum: Head over to www.pendulum.com and code JENCOHEN for 20% off Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagement Learn more from Dr. Rady Rahban: Website: https://www.radyrahban.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drradyrahban/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/plastic-surgery-uncensored/id1462543521

13 mins

Episode 268: Develop THESE Traits To Be Perceived As More Charismatic

What makes someone charismatic? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle podcast, we chat about the different characteristic traits that one must have to be...

What makes someone charismatic? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle podcast, we chat about the different characteristic traits that one must have to be perceived as charismatic. We also discuss how important it is to have charisma in order to experience any sort of success in life. What I discuss: 00:12: What makes someone charismatic?  04:18: Is charisma necessary for success? Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

77 mins

Episode 267: Chris Matthews: The Lethal Shooter on Turning Setbacks into Your Greatest Success

This episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast explores the fascinating journey of Chris Matthews, a.k.a the 'lethal shooter'. Despite not making it to the...

This episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast explores the fascinating journey of Chris Matthews, a.k.a the 'lethal shooter'. Despite not making it to the NBA, Chris's unrelenting passion for basketball led him to become one of the most sought-after shooting coaches globally. Rather than seeing it as a failure, he used it as a stepping stone to greater things. Chris's passion for basketball took him to places and provided him with opportunities he never thought possible. His story serves as a testament to the power of perseverance, consistent practice, and hard work. Chris Matthews, also known as “Lethal Shooter”, is the most sought-after shooting coach in the world. Chris has had the privilege of working with numerous NBA and WNBA athletes to perfect their shot. Prior to becoming a professional shooting coach, Lethal Shooter played basketball internationally in Canada, Russia, and China. Matthews has set countless shooting records throughout his career, which is how he got the nickname “Lethal Shooter”. Thank you to our sponsors:  Ketone IQ (HVMN): You can save 30% off your first subscription order of Ketone-IQ at HVMN.com/JEN Ritual: Visit ritual.com/HABITS for 20% off your order  Shopify: Go to shopify.com/hustle to take your business to the next level Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Find more from Chris: Website: https://www.lethalshooter.com Instagram: @lethalshooter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheLethalShooter  What we discuss:  (0:00:01) - Chris Matthews explains the importance of not letting failure define you and using your skills to create opportunities. (0:08:12) - Matthews discusses his rigorous training regime and the importance of hard work and consistent practice in improving performance. (0:13:23) - He shares advice about pursuing a career in the NBA, emphasizing the importance of patience, maintaining a balanced approach to achieving success, and learning from mistakes. (0:23:33) - Matthews talks about the role of trainers in professional basketball, the pressures that athletes face, and the importance of failure in the journey to success. (0:33:07) - He shares his experiences of training celebrities and the importance of hard work and consistency in achieving success. (0:39:15) - Matthews highlights the importance of shooting form, footwork, and overall physical conditioning in basketball. (0:48:46) - He talks about creating a personal brand, signing deals with major companies, and the importance of thinking outside the box to seize new opportunities. (0:59:26) - Matthews shares his journey in the entertainment industry and the importance of creating a motivational brand to help others discover their potential. (1:02:38) - He reflects on his success in both basketball and entertainment, highlighting the importance of having a voice and creating opportunities for others. (1:10:59) - Matthews discusses his platform and content, emphasizing the importance of hard work, consistency, and creating a personal brand.

11 mins

Episode 266: Are You Limiting Your Own Potential?

Are you counting yourself out of success? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about how we may be getting in...

Are you counting yourself out of success? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about how we may be getting in the way of our own success. Oftentimes, we look at other people and consider their success to be something only they can achieve. However, this is the wrong way to look at it. Instead, you should be asking yourself: why not me? What I discuss: 00:41: Are we getting in our own way? 02:21: Why do we do this to ourselves? 05:43: What do we need to understand about other people’s sucess Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements

87 mins

Episode 265: Jaspreet Singh: Mastering the Art of Financial Freedom with Minority Mindset

The Minority Mindset has nothing to do with the way you look. It’s the mindset of thinking differently than the majority of people. That’s the...

The Minority Mindset has nothing to do with the way you look. It’s the mindset of thinking differently than the majority of people. That’s the motto of the latest podcast guest on Habits & Hustle, Jaspreet Singh. In this episode, I dive into a deep conversation with this YouTube sensation on why he’s spreading the financial education we all wish we were taught in school. From his humble beginnings to his climb to financial freedom, Jasper sheds light on the nuances of consumer culture, the significance of saving and investing, and how investing in yourself can be a game changer. He opens up about his investment strategies across five different platforms and the necessity of understanding your investments for long term success. Our conversation also touches on the complexities of cryptocurrency, the impact of inflation, the pitfalls of buy now, pay later programs, and how to start a business and avoid scams. Jaspreet “The Minority Mindset” Singh is a serial entrepreneur and licensed attorney on a mission to spread financial education. His YouTube Channel has over one million subscribers. Although he didn’t receive any formal financial education – he’s on a mission to make financial education fun and accessible. Jaspreet is the Chief Executive Money Nerd at the Minority Mindset Companies and the host of the Minority Mindset YouTube Channel. What’s discussed:  (0:06:40) - Jaspreet’s YouTube journey and the impact of creating financial education content (0:18:20) - Jaspreet’s journey to becoming a financial entrepreneur (0:27:51) - Lessons learned from his first real estate investment at 19 years old (0:45:21) - Growing up in a traditional Indian household and the importance of understanding and utilizing savings and investing. (0:52:22) - Investment Strategies: Understanding the investments you make (1:00:07) - The differences between assets and investments (1:14:48) - The dangers of buy now, pay later programs  (1:31:50) - How to start a business and avoid being scammed Thank you to our sponsors:  Millionaire University: Find The Millionaire University on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts Masterclass: Get 15% off when you go to masterclass.com/habits Find more from Jen:  Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Books: https://www.jennifercohen.com/books Speaking: https://www.jennifercohen.com/speaking-engagements Find more from Jaspreet:  Website: https://theminoritymindset.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/minoritymindset Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoritymindset

17 mins

Episode 264: What Makes Someone a REAL Entrepreneur?

What makes an entrepreneur a real one? In this episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat with you about how it seems like everyone...

What makes an entrepreneur a real one? In this episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat with you about how it seems like everyone is calling themselves an entrepreneur. But what exactly makes someone an entrepreneur Vs a marketer, for example? And where exactly do we draw the line between an entrepreneur and a charlatan? I also talk about the amount of courses being sold from so-called experts on entrepreneurship whom don’t have any entrepreneurial experience themselves.  What I discuss: 01:47: Are all entrepreneurs really entrepreneurs?  04:31: What makes an entrepreneur a real one? 09:30: Are most online courses a scam? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

88 mins

Episode 263: Professor Scott Galloway: Why Following Your Passion is Only For The Rich

Is following your passion really the way to go if you want to become rich?  In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Professor...

Is following your passion really the way to go if you want to become rich?  In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Professor Scott Galloway, our esteemed guest on this episode, who turned a major disappointment – being turned away from UCLA tryouts – into a driving force that sparked profound personal growth and transformation. A renowned author and motivational speaker, Tony shares tales of his struggles and successes, unearthing invaluable insights about commitment, finding your niche, and embracing personal evolution. Professor Galloway explains how success isn't merely about intelligence. It's a complex blend of risk-taking, aggression, sales skills, seizing opportunities, and living life to the fullest. He also explains how it's not all about personal journeys - we also navigate the broader societal landscape, examining the profound impact technology has on relationships, dating, and socialization, as well as the loneliness epidemic that’s silently wreaking havoc in our society. Scott Galloway is a Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business where he teaches Brand Strategy and Digital Marketing to MBA students and is the author of the Digital IQ Index ®, a global ranking of prestige brands' digital competence. In 2012, Professor Galloway was named "One of the World's 50 Best Business School Professors". What we discuss: (0:00:01) - Following Passion and Personal Growth (0:10:54) - The Correlation Between Intelligence and Success (0:15:12) - Moving to London and Life Experiences (0:26:50) - Evolution of Courses and Personal Reflections (0:31:16) - Technology's Impact on Human Relationships (0:44:04) - Challenges and Solutions for Young Men (0:51:10) - Technology's Impact on Relationships and Mental Health (1:03:36) - Social Media Impact, Fitness Importance (1:10:50) - Coping With Depression and Hollywood Frustrations (1:21:13) - Book Promotion and Appreciation Key takeaways: The truth about the common advice of “following your passion” is that the person giving you this advice is already rich. They also most likely made their billions in iron or smelting. Ideally, find something you like that has 90 plus percent employment rate, which things like acting, modeling, sports do not have. Then, commit to becoming great at it. So if you find something you're good at and you start making money at it, the passion will follow.  The correlation between intelligence and success exists, but it tops out. A person who's got a 120 IQ is much more likely to be successful than someone at 80. But above that, it flatlines. Plus, when you get really, really smart, it actually turns on you and that is because you become so thoughtful and see so many downsides to everything. One thing that entrepreneurs have is they’re too stupid to know we're going to fail.  To learn more about Professor Scott: Website: https://www.profgalloway.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/profgalloway/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

14 mins

Episode 262: The Truth About Family Trips and Vacations

Parents, this question is for you: do you really feel rested after a family trip? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with...

Parents, this question is for you: do you really feel rested after a family trip? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about the difference between a family trip and a vacation. While society may like to make you believe that these family trips are necessary for building family memories, they’re not the trips that will allow you to come back to reality feeling fully rested. I also talk about how you can actually plan a relaxing vacation and whether or not your kids can be a part of it.  What I discuss: 02:02: Is it possible to have a relaxing trip? 03:11: Can you relax on a family trip? 05:18: How can you shift from trip to vacation? 09:26: Is being on a trip with children traumatizing as a child-less person? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

76 mins

Episode 261: Mari Llewellyn: The Guaranteed Way To Lose Out on Millions of Dollars of Sales

Are you waiting for the “perfect moment” to launch your business? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Mari Llewellyn. Mari’s inspiring story...

Are you waiting for the “perfect moment” to launch your business? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Mari Llewellyn. Mari’s inspiring story of self-healing takes center stage as she shares how she went from a low point of depression, gaining 60 pounds, and struggling with borderline personality disorder to losing 100 pounds and becoming a successful entrepreneur. She also discusses her journey to mental health recovery, shedding light on the importance of therapy and taking control of one's life. As we continue the conversation, Mari recounts her transformation from being an overweight and insecure individual to a confident, successful entrepreneur in the fitness industry. She emphasizes the significance of hard work, taking small steps, and staying authentic in your journey.  Wrapping up our chat, Mari details her daily routine, her brand’s growth through social media hiring, and her efforts in reaching out to influencers to align with her brand. She also talks about how her product ended up on the shelves of major retailers like Walmart and Target and shares her plans for the future.  Mari Llewellyn is the founder of Bloom Nutrition and creator of the fitness app, Slay. In her weight-loss journey, she lost over 100 lbs. Throughout this weight-loss and self-love process, she fell in love with fitness and nutrition and was inspired to help others do the same. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - From Depression to Fitness Success (0:11:20) - Weight Loss and Fitness Transformation Journey (0:16:31) - Minimum Wage to Fitness App Success (0:28:33) - Building a Brand and Overcoming Challenges (0:32:22) - Building a Successful Specialized Business (0:41:48) - Brand Growth With Social Media Hiring (0:53:42) - Influencer Outreach and Company Growth (1:05:03) - Daily Routine and Work Responsibilities (1:08:15) - Spokesperson Role and Evening Routine (1:11:14) - Where to Find Mari’s Products Key takeaways: Whether it be fitness, health, or business, people are constantly looking for shortcuts or hacks to attain their goals faster. However, there are no such things as hacks and shortcuts when it comes to success. Your only option is to do the hard work and it’s truly the only thing that works. So many people in business wait for the perfect moment or until they have permission from someone. However, if you actually want to succeed, you need to pull the trigger and just launch it. You will learn a lot more from getting started than you ever will from trying to perfect a product or service. When it comes to marketing a brand on social media through influencer marketing, it’s best to give the creatives you hire the opportunity to be creative. The truth is that content creators know their audience better than you ever will and have the secret formula to pushing your product to their audience profile. By restricting their creativity, the content which introduces your products may fall flat and not obtain the results you were hoping for given that it may not resonate with their audience.  To learn more about Mari: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marillewellyn/?hl=en Website: https://bloomnu.com/ and https://slayapp.com/ Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/0xKOhJLfnQTGkWqFSodeCA My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

23 mins

Episode 260: Should You Be Downloading Threads?

Are you on Threads? In this SOLO episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about the newest and hottest app out there: Threads. While...

Are you on Threads? In this SOLO episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about the newest and hottest app out there: Threads. While it may just be what Elon Musk needs to make Twitter a great platform again, I don’t think we really need another app to be social on. In fact, I believe we should be spending more time being social in real life.  I also share why I think Meta is doing so well and how every functionality they have stolen from other apps has kept them alive and well over the years. What we discuss: 01:33: Should we stress over Threads? 04:21: Is SnapChat coming back? 06:35: Why did Threads blow up? 12:34: How long will Threads have traction? 16:32: Do we like Twitter? 17:45: Do we really need another app? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

98 mins

Episode 259: Todd Herman: Unlocking Your Alter Ego + Discovering Your Supercharged Self

Have you ever thought about the benefits to have an alter ego? Bestselling author and renowned performance coach Todd Herman takes us on an exploration of...

Have you ever thought about the benefits to have an alter ego? Bestselling author and renowned performance coach Todd Herman takes us on an exploration of this fascinating concept in this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast. He explains how he stumbled upon the powerful tool of alter egos while working in 82 different sports and how he used it to help legends like Kobe Bryant and several business leaders tap into their inner strengths. Todd also enlightens us on how he helps individuals struggling with confidence, despite their skills and qualifications, by using the unique approach of developing an alter ego. This episode is a goldmine of information for anyone looking to overcome their limitations, unlock their potential, and achieve success. It's not just about discovering the power of alter egos, it's about discovering the power within ourselves.  Todd Herman is the author of The Alter Ego Effect. He is an award-winning author; performance advisor to athletes, leaders and public figures. He’s been featured on the Today Show, Sky Business News, PBS and CBC National News. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - Intro (0:11:06) - Mental Toughness and Authenticity in Coaching (0:20:37) - Going from accidental coach to successful speaker (0:30:50) - Building confidence and concentration through precognition, dyslexia, ADHD, and energetic rhythm. (0:42:45) - Affirmations' effectiveness explored, absolutes' dangers discussed, studies from Waterloo, King's College, Stanford Neuroscience Lab examined, power of natural self talk explored. (0:47:29) - Asking questions to access our brain's processing power to create an alter ego is effective and backed by research. (0:51:28) - Creating alter egos to access inner strength, understanding human nature, and using affirmations and questions to build confidence and concentration. (0:57:20) - Visualization, alter ego, and trap self discussed to create desired life. (1:04:21) - Using alter egos to unlock creative potential and achieve goals, with examples of successful people and a five-step process. (1:24:50) - Sleep, nutrition, rare genetic markers, table stakes habits, gut health, and goal setting discussed for performance success. (1:31:27) - Building an alter ego to increase confidence, exploring nature's power, and emphasizing sleep and nutrition for success. Thank you to our sponsors:  Shopify: Go to shopify.com/hustle to take your business to the next level The Kelly Roach Show: Listen to The Kelly Roach show on Apple, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. To learn more about Todd: Website: https://toddherman.me/ “The Alter Ego Effect” by Todd Herman: https://a.co/d/0EMnYKE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/toddhermanconnect/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todd_herman/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/todd_herman Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/toddherman1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddherman1/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

22 mins

Episode 258: My Top 3 Self-Care Routines

What’s your favourite self-care routine?   In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about my dry-brushing and sauna routine, my favourite types...

What’s your favourite self-care routine?   In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, I chat about my dry-brushing and sauna routine, my favourite types of massages to get, and sound baths. Each one of these routines are an opportunity for me to indulge in what I don’t necessarily have time to do, like watch my favorite TV show while I’m in my portable sauna at home. These self-care routines are essential for helping me destress and stay on top of my game. What we discuss: 02:51: How to properly dry-brush to get the most benefits? 05:17: What are some self-care protocols that Jen loves? 08:36: What is dry shoulder? 11:30: What are the benefits of sound baths? 14:29: Why does Jen dislike meditation? 18:27: Can kids get in the way of self-care? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

106 mins

Episode 257: Elon Gold: The Truth About Achieving Greatness in the Showbiz

Have you ever wondered what life behind the mic of a comedian looks like?  In this episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat with the ever-so-hilarious...

Have you ever wondered what life behind the mic of a comedian looks like?  In this episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat with the ever-so-hilarious and insightful, Elon Gold. We kick off with a raw and humorous chat on the hustle and grind of the comedy world and exploring how he started. Elon also expands on the significant impact of Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David on Elon's career, to a chat about our comedy heroes, the industry's challenges, and how comedy can be a powerful tool against hatred. We delve into profound talks on faith, tradition, and God, underscoring the importance of having a support system. We reminisce on starting out in comedy, the struggles, and the glory. Elon opens up about the success of his 'Funny Quarantine' show and expresses his admiration for Howie Mandel’s comedic genius. There's also a thoughtful exposition on being Modern Orthodox and the essence of keeping traditions alive. Elon Gold is a comedian and actor who has starred in FOX's 'Stacked’ and NBC's 'In-Laws’. His one hour stand up special on Netflix, “Elon Gold: Chosen & Taken” received wide acclaim from audiences and peers alike. It is currently streaming on Amazon Prime.  What we discuss: (0:00:00) - About Elon Gold's Comedy Career (0:10:57) - How important is tradition and belief in God? (0:23:22) - How does the show business work? (0:28:06) - Joining Larry David's Show Journey (0:38:17) - How does making a living in comedy look like? (0:41:02) - What lessons can comedy teach us? (0:51:22) - What can comedy do to help with recent incidents against jews? (1:00:02) - Should comedians cover controversial topics?  (1:12:58) - Which women in comedy are the funniest? (1:18:55) - What type of people should we take advice from?  (1:33:36) - What does Elon like to do to relax? (1:43:43) - What is the secret to a successful marriage? Key takeaways: When you wake up in the morning, it’s important to meditate so you can focus on the beauty and truth in your life. However, it’s equally important that you express gratitude for everything worth being grateful about in your life. Whether you like to observe your own thoughts or talk to your God, spending time reflecting on your thoughts and thanking the Universe or God for everything you have is imperative to a happy and successful life.  In the show business, there’s no such thing as someone helping you out just for the sake of helping you out. In order for someone to give you a shot or a big break, it needs to be mutually beneficial. This is something that may sound harsh, but it is true in other types of relationships as well, such as romantic ones. If one partner is the only one doing all the work, the relationship won’t survive.  Every and any talent you have is God-given. You are born good at something for a reason but you have to work very hard to be great at it. This talent is given to you so you know which craft to work on and become the best at. To learn more about Elon: Website: https://www.elongold.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elongold/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiEzx9WQFf1D2kJkk1VZjSA My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

22 mins

Episode 256: 3 Reasons Why You Aren’t Sleeping Properly

Why is it that we have hundreds of gadgets and apps to optimize our sleep but yet our sleep quality is only getting worse?! In this...

Why is it that we have hundreds of gadgets and apps to optimize our sleep but yet our sleep quality is only getting worse?! In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about why I think we’re sleeping worst than ever and what you can do to improve your sleep quality. Most importantly, I discuss why you should prioritize sleep but not make it a reason to shoot your whole day if you don’t get the best night of sleep. What we discuss: 00:16: Why are we sleeping worst than ever? 03:06: What habits are hindering your sleep quality? 05:33: How does diet affect your sleep? 07:20: What happens when you have a bad night of sleep? 11:01: How many hours of sleep per night do you need? 12:22: Do women need to sleep more? 15:15: How can you make sleep quality a non-negotiable? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

54 mins

Episode 255: Jillian Turecki: The #1 Reason Why Dating Is So Hard These Days

We've all experienced it: the gut-wrenching pain of a heartbreak and the eventual struggle to understand the dynamics of relationships.  In this episode of Habits and...

We've all experienced it: the gut-wrenching pain of a heartbreak and the eventual struggle to understand the dynamics of relationships.  In this episode of Habits and Hustle, we dive deep into the intricacies of relationships, discussing everything from the psychology behind relationship patterns to the role of stress, selfishness, and fear of rejection with Jillian Turecki. Jillian enlightened us with her distinctive insights on topics such as the reality of soulmates and the idea that a long-term relationship requires continuous choices. We also took a hard look at trauma bonds, anxious attachment, and the importance of becoming radically self-aware to break destructive cycles. This conversation was not just intellectual but also deeply personal, as it drew from Jillian's experiences and expertise. Finally, we shifted our focus to some of the more nuanced aspects of relationships. We ruminated on gender differences in emotional connections with sex, pondered over the concept of safety for women due to their vulnerability, and tackled the vexing issue of lost attraction in an otherwise fulfilling relationship.  Jillian Turecki is a certified relationship coach, teacher and writer who for 20 years has taught others how to transform their relationships with themselves. Under the tutelage of Tony Robbins and world renowned family therapist Cloe Madanes, Jillian is certified by the Robbins Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention. Fueled by an insatiable curiosity about what makes a relationship thrive, Jillian has helped thousands through her teaching and writing revolutionize their relationship with themselves so that they transform their relationships with others.  What we discuss: (0:00:01) - How did Jillian becoming a relationship coach? (0:11:02) - Are our relationship expectations realistic or selfish? (0:22:47) - How to break bad relationship patterns (0:33:35) - Busting myths about relationships (0:40:30) - How important is emotional connection in sex? Key Takeaways: There’s no such thing as one soulmate. People come into our lives for various reasons and not everyone who feels like a soulmate is. Not everything is meant to be a life story. Some people come into our lives to wake us up. Some people come into our lives to help us through a period of time. Some people come into our lives to show us some adventure.  If you lose attraction towards a partner, you have to understand why. A couple can bring it back if they understand the why and they work on the why. And especially if there was once a lot of attraction in the beginning. It is something that typically can be resurrected as long as the other things are sort of rectified and worked on.  We learn about our attachment styles and we learn about what we're experiencing on the attachment spectrum, based on who we are relating to. And it's also very dependent on what else is going on in our lives. For example, if we're going through a very difficult time in our lives, we might become more anxiously attached to someone because we think on a subconscious level that this person is going to rescue us and is going to make it all better.  Learn more about Jillian: Website: https://www.jillianturecki.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B4smb80j8Am/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jillian-on-love/id1640172049?ls=1&itscg=30200&itsct=qcode_podcasts&at=1001l36mQ&ct=JOL-Chartable My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

22 mins

Episode 254: Who Should You Really Be Taking Advice From?

Should you be taking advice from just about everyone? In this solo episode of Habits & Hustle, I chat about the current phenomenon on social media...

Should you be taking advice from just about everyone? In this solo episode of Habits & Hustle, I chat about the current phenomenon on social media where it seems like just about everyone is an expert on something and giving advice on the said subject of expertise. While some advice may be good, the reality is that not everyone who is giving out advice is qualified to do it and not every piece of advice you hear is advice you should follow. What we discuss: 01:25: Is it possible for everyone to be an expert? 03:23: Where should you seek advice? 09:27: What’s the problem with experts on social media? 12:20: Are real experts really on social media? 17:33: What is Schadenfreude? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

75 mins

Episode 253: ALOK: How to Be Authentically You in A World Full of Fakes

Do you ever wonder why society hates people who live authentically? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with ALOK about their observations on...

Do you ever wonder why society hates people who live authentically? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with ALOK about their observations on what happens to us when we aren’t living authentically, what happens when we finally start living authentically, and what kind of reactions we may provoke from society…and why those reactions are okay!  ALOK also shares their personal experience on how they had internalized feelings of hate towards themselves, how it almost drove them to suicide, and how they were able to come out on the other side. ALOK (they/them) is an internationally acclaimed author, poet, comedian, and public speaker. As a mixed-media artists, their work explores themes of trauma, belonging, and the human condition. What we discuss: 01:53: About Alok 07:29: How was Alok brought up? 11:05: How did Alok start living authentically? 18:20: How can you start living an authentic life? 19:45: Was Alok jealous of other people who came out before them? 23:25: Where do LGBTQ prejudices come from? 40:19: What was Alok’s experience with suicide? 46:55: What does Alok journal about? 54:28: How would Alok call themselves? 01:10:25: Where can you learn more about Alok? Key Takeaways: Most of us feel depressed, anxious, and sad because we are not living authentically. We are living lives that others, whether it be our parents or society, tell us we “should” live. We tend to sacrifice what our truth is and as a result, live a life that is out of alignment with what we truly want and are passionate about. The biggest motivator behind the hate many people who go against the grain is jealousy and envy. When someone sees someone else rejecting what society has forced on them, they express it as anger and hate, but it stems from the feeling of being upset with themselves that they don’t have the same courage as that person to live the life they want. To learn more about ALOK: Website: https://www.alokvmenon.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alokvmenon/?hl=en My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

27 mins

Episode 252: How Important Is A Man’s Height For Online Dating?

Do you swipe left or right when you land on a profile of a shorter man? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast,...

Do you swipe left or right when you land on a profile of a shorter man? In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, we chat about how much importance women and men attribute to a man’s height when it comes to dating.  While men tend to feel conscious of their height as women tend to associate height with masculinity, there are other ways men can behave to be more attractive to women. What we discuss: 03:00: How important are looks when dating? 05:40: Is height the reason why we have so many single people?  08:02: How important is a man’s height for sperm banks? 10:12: What is the issue with online dating? 13:50: What should men who aren’t “tall enough” do? 18:19: How should you carry yourself if you’re short? 20:23: Do tall men have it easier? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

96 mins

Episode 251: Neil deGrasse Tyson: Why Embracing Wonder is Critical For Personal Growth

Do you consider yourself to be curious enough? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, Neil deGrasse Tyson and I explore the importance of retaining our...

Do you consider yourself to be curious enough? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, Neil deGrasse Tyson and I explore the importance of retaining our childhood curiosity and how it plays a crucial role in our lives as adults. Neil shares his insights on nurturing curiosity and how fear of failure can hinder our progress in maintaining that innate sense of wonder. During our conversation, Neil also shares his unique perspective on using pop culture in education, the future of AI, and the complexities of quantum physics and philosophy. As an astrophysicist, Neil brings a cosmic perspective to our discussion, offering wisdom and knowledge that will surely spark your curiosity and ignite your passion for learning. Finally, we touch on the challenges and opportunities in transforming the school system, the role of religion, and even ponder hypothetical conversations with interesting historical figures. Don't miss this captivating episode with the one and only Neil deGrasse Tyson as we explore the universe and beyond together. Neil deGrasse Tyson earned his BA in Physics from Harvard and his PhD in Astrophysics from Columbia. In 2001, Tyson was appointed by President Bush to serve on a twelve-member commission that studied the Future of the U.S. Aerospace Industry. The final report was published in 2002 and contained recommendations (for Congress and for the major agencies of the government) that would promote a thriving future of transportation, space exploration, and national security. What we discuss: (0:00:01) - How important is it to retaining childhood curiosity and exploration in adulthood? (0:13:08) - What role does pop culture have in education? (0:17:09) - How Neil used Twitter to spark curiosity (0:29:25) - What does Neil think of AI's Future and implicated ethics? (0:38:50) - What do we know to be true in quantum physics and philosophy? (0:54:19) - How can we transforming the school system? (1:04:19) - A discussion about religion, gender, and continuums (1:19:13) - Who would Neil like to have a conversation with if given the opportunity? (1:27:36) - Why you should be Ashamed to die Key Takeaways: Living forever comes with its own set of challenges, including resource conservation, terraforming Mars, and the lack of urgency in life. We explore the concept of 'escape velocity of aging,' where the number of years that passes equals the increase in the average life expectancy of civilization, and how it could lead to humanity living forever. However, living forever comes with a bigger existential problem. See, knowing our mortality gives us meaning to our lives and how living forever could potentially lead to a life with no meaning.   Curiosity and exploration are important. However, most parents have a natural instinct to protect their child may prevent them from learning important lessons in life. Think of how a seemingly mundane event such as a child playing with an egg can become an entire conversation about the natural world, and how the cost of ignorance can be more expensive than the cost of education.  There are three categories of truth: personal truth, objective truth, and truth that is repeated. We acknowledge personal truths can invoke powerful emotions and even lead to armed conflict. Each one of these truths have their own characteristics that make it true in its own definition.  To learn more about Neil: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neildegrassetyson/ Website: https://neildegrassetyson.com/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

17 mins

Episode 250: Behind The Science of Therapeutic Laughter

In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we explore the therapeutic benefits of laughter. We talk about how laughter has an impact on your...

In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we explore the therapeutic benefits of laughter. We talk about how laughter has an impact on your mental and physical well-being, making it as effective as any other healthy habit you may want to take on. We also chat about how laughter is a universal language that is spoken by all humans and that is great to create bonds with people.  What we discuss: 00:56: Is laughter medicine? 03:18: How does laughter help us on a physiological level? 04:31: What are the other forms of laughter therapy? 05:21: Can laughter create bonds? 08:35: What are our favorite comedians? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

106 mins

Episode 249: Jake Steinfeld: How to Put Yourself In The Driver’s Seat of Your Life

Do you sometimes feel like you’re in the passenger seat of your life? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Jake Steinfeld, aka...

Do you sometimes feel like you’re in the passenger seat of your life? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Jake Steinfeld, aka Body By Jake, about how he used his love and passion for fitness to get into Hollywood and build some of the biggest businesses in the fitness industry ever. For the longest time, Jake felt like life was happening to him - until he didn’t want that to be the case anymore. After he lost a huge opportunity in Hollywood, he decided to venture out on his own and become the king of infomercials in the fitness world. Throughout his entrepreneurial journey, he learned a lot of lessons and got a couple of slaps in the face, but he eventually put himself in the driver’s seat of his own life. Jake also shares what clients he had when he first started in the fitness industry as a trainer, how he grew his network as he was building his business, and why he considers the infomercial business to be a lot more profitable than the movie industry can ever be. Jake "Body by Jake" Steinfeld has been an innovator and entrepreneur since creating the personal fitness training industry. He established "Body by Jake" Inc. in 1980 to the benefits of healthy living - and the motivation to get there. Jake also created FiT TV, America's first 24-hour fitness lifestyle television network which he sold to News Corp. He is the founder of Major League Lacrosse and the World Series of Youth Lacrosse. He was also appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to serve as Chairman of the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness. What we discuss: 00:33: About Jake 10:14: How did Jake grow up? 18:40: Why did Jake know he wouldn’t make it as a bodybuilder? 23:48: How did Jake get his first client? 28:30: What happened when Jake got approached by a publisher? 31:56: What happened to Jake’s stutter? 36:16: Who thought Jake the most?  37:32: For how long did Jake train people? 41:03: What are the slaps in the face that Jake got? 46:18: Did Jake ever think of leveraging the relationships he had developed? 50:08: Who else did Jake train? 59:22: Did Jake always consider himself to be entrepreneurial? 01:04:59: How did Jake grow his network? 01:06:51: What did Jake do with the money he acquired from selling his business? 01:09:21: How did Jake get his first advertisers for his magazine? 01:14:08: How did Jake get started with infomercials? 01:21:26: What’s the greatest thing about the infomercial business? 01:23:43: Did Jake own a piece of every company he promoted? 01:28:10: What are Jake’s workouts like? 01:40:40: How can you learn more about Jake? Key takeaways: You shouldn’t be afraid of asking people for favors or chasing any type of business opportunity. Someone telling you “no” is already a good start - it’s halfway towards being a yes. So whenever you are faced with a no, consider yourself to be closer to a “yes” than you’ve ever been and keep pushing. If you want to take control of your destiny and be in the driver’s seat of your life, you need to go out and build what it is you want for yourself. If you don’t do that, you will forever be in the passenger seat of your life and waiting for opportunities and disappointments to fall into your lap.  Your network is truly your net worth. When you invest a lot of time and energy into developing a relationship with someone — especially people with power and influence — don’t be afraid to ask for a favor when you need one. Just be sure that you can scratch their back in the future if you’re asking them to scratch yours.  To learn more about Jake: Website: http://bodybyjake.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialbodybyjake My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

21 mins

Episode 248: 3 Hard Truths About Relationships

Do you have a bit of friction in your relationship? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we share the 3 hard truths about relationships...

Do you have a bit of friction in your relationship? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we share the 3 hard truths about relationships and what these mean for you. Whether it be trying too hard to be liked, agreeing with everything your partner asks from you, or disliking certain qualities in others, these tend to bring up some hard truths about yourself. What we discuss: 01:20: 3 hard truths about relationships 02:06: Does trying too hard make someone else not like you? 05:29: What does the quality you dislike in someone else mean about you?  10:51: Do you need a bit of friction in relationships? 14:39: Can what we dislike change throughout time? Key Takeaways: When you try too hard to be liked by others, you may come off as desperate. This will make it a lot harder for the person you’re trying to impress to like you. If you dislike a quality in someone, it may be because you see it in yourself. Do some self-reflection next time you point something out about your partner. Relationships, where there is little to no friction, don’t work - you can’t always agree on everything at all times and have a really strong bond.  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

47 mins

Episode 247: Robin Arzón: The Secret To Building Self-Confidence and Setting Boundaries

Do you believe you have what it takes? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Robin Arzón about how she built the self-confidence...

Do you believe you have what it takes? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Robin Arzón about how she built the self-confidence to go after the life she wants and accomplish her ambitious goals. Regardless of how big she was thinking, she always felt like she could get what she wanted as she not only put in the physical work but also put in the effort for her mindset. Through her journaling practice, she asks herself the right questions to prime her mind to believe she is capable of everything she wanted. Robin also shares how she set boundaries with the things that don’t serve her, so she can have time for the things that do. Whether it be to spend time with her family or to focus on more important projects, she explains that she had to learn how to say no and what to say no to.  Robin Arzón is Vice President of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor at Peloton. She believes that sweat transforms lives, and her story is living proof. Formerly a corporate lawyer, Arzón left behind a successful law career to embark on new adventures in the health and wellness space and has since reinvented herself into a 27x marathon and ultra-marathon runner, MasterClass instructor, highly-sought after keynote speaker, 2x New York Times bestselling author, and author of the forthcoming self-empowerment journal, Welcome, Hustler: An Empowerment Journal, publishing September 26, 2023. Most recently, Arzón founded Swagger Society, the first lifestyle membership club in Web3, and a kingdom of hustlers that share a growth mindset and the collective goal of leveling up in life. What we discuss: 01:27: How connected are the words “hustle” and “confidence”? 03:44: What is Robin’s story? 06:36: How did Robin accomplish everything she did at Peloton?  09:00: What does Robin look for in the people she hires? 10:20: How can you find the inner confidence to change careers? 17:04: Can you teach someone self-belief and confidence? 19:24: Did Robin have an idea of what Peloton would bring to her life? 21:02: How many classes does Robin teach in a day? 21:54: What does a day in life look like for Robin? 25:02: How does Robin get everything done? 26:01: How does Robin decide when she is going to say “no”? 27:55: How does Robin balance her career and personal life? 30:26: What is Robin Web3's project about? 35:56: Does Robin think Web3 will be the next big thing? 36:37: What habits does Robin practice daily? 40:12: What is on Robin’s vision board? Key Takeaways: Learning how to say no is just as important as figuring out what you’re going to say no to. It’s not always a question of “What do I have time for” but also a question of “What do I want to do?” Before you add something to your calendar, it should be something you feel like doing, that you can show up as your best self, and that will help you progress towards the end goal. So if it’s a mediocre “yes”, it’s a no.   Nurturing your self-belief and building confidence starts by asking yourself the right questions. When you are honest with yourself and set out what you are capable of, what you can do, and why nothing is stopping you other than your mind, it becomes a lot easier to believe in yourself and move forward. Through the actions you take and the experience you gain, you will eventually build up your confidence. After all, confidence can only be built through action.  Your daily habits are how you prime your brain to accomplish everything you have set out for yourself. Because once the brain is set on a goal, the body will follow. So by adopting daily practices like journaling, visualization, and other habits of this sort, you are prepping yourself mentally to go for everything you want in life.  To learn more about Robin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robinnyc/?hl=en Website: https://www.robinarzon.com/ Book: https://www.robinarzon.com/welcome-hustler My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

22 mins

Episode 246: Do Opposites Really Attract in Relationships?

Do you think opposites attract? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about whether or not opposites really do attract in relationships and...

Do you think opposites attract? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about whether or not opposites really do attract in relationships and whether it’s a good idea or not to be in a relationship with someone who is the total opposite of you. The reality is, similarities between personalities and values are key to a long-lasting relationship. What we discuss: 01:32: Do opposites attract? 02:26: Do personalities have to be opposites? 08:10: What does the research say on whether opposites attract or not? 14:11: Is it possible for love to slowly grow over time? Key Takeaways: While many people may be looking for opposites in potential partners to complement their personalities, it could be a better idea to look for similarities.  Your partner’s values must align with your own. This is not something you can compromise on nor would it be a good idea to look for someone with opposite values as yours. My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

106 mins

Episode 245: Layne Norton: The Secret Hack to Following Through on Your Diet

Do you have trouble following through with your diet? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Layne Norton about the different reasons why...

Do you have trouble following through with your diet? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Layne Norton about the different reasons why some people can stay on a diet and lose weight, while others aren’t. We discuss whether or not obesity is a choice and the psychological implications behind it that we don’t necessarily realize. Layne also shares how important it is to get your mindset right before you take on the project of changing your life. If you haven’t decided to go all in, you may derail faster than you would expect. Layne Norton is the founder of BioLayne. He created the company to provide ethical, science-based coaching that synthesized real-world experience with evidence-based protocols. In his coaching career, he has turned over 70 people pro and reshaped the way that countless people think about nutrition. To that end, Layne completed a BS in Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences, honing his intellectual skills under Dr. Donald Layman, one of the foremost researchers on protein metabolism and fat loss in the world. What we discuss: 01:13: Where did Layne get his education? 04:26: Why do people eat? 05:24: Why are low-carb diets easy to sell? 13:27: How do you rewire yourself after binging? 17:10: Can you still lose weight if you respect your caloric budget intake? 26:49: Why do people gain more weight when getting off weight-loss medication? 38:12: Can workouts satisfy your hunger? 41:10: How much does your Apple Watch overestimate in calorie burning? 43:54: Why do we eat so much after a workout? 47:10: Is obesity a choice? 50:35: What characteristics do people who keep weight off have? 56:13: How many years did Layne’s brother struggle with addiction? 58:35: Are obese people born obese? 1:02:57: Is there a certain diet that is most satiating for people? 1:11:04: Is Diet Coke that bad for you? 1:16:37: How powerful is the placebo effect? 1:23:51: Can most hacks boost your metabolism? 1:26:06: Do women need creatine or testosterone? 1:31:50: How long are Layne’s workouts? Key takeaways: Food addiction is one of the most difficult addictions out there, but it’s not perceived as so by society in comparison to alcohol, drugs, or gambling. The reason why it is harder than any other addiction to get out of is that food is something you must always get your dose of and which you can’t quit - it’s the habit of binging and overeating that you need to quit instead. If you want to change your life, you need to decide to change it. It will be difficult to do to get that new life you want for yourself, you need to leave your old life behind. That’s what most people find difficult. The reason why most diets fail is not the fault of the diet - but of the person following it. That being said, if you want to be able to stick to a diet in the long run, you cannot take an all-or-nothing approach and you need to allow yourself to continue to live your life. This will allow you to stay on track, recover from blunders quicker, and enjoy your life - because diets shouldn’t make your life miserable. Thank you to our sponsors: Get started today with Disney’s Hulu Ad Manager at www.huluadmanager.com/stream. Get 15% off when you go to masterclass.com/habits To learn more about Layne: Website: https://biolayne.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/biolayne/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

18 mins

Episode 244: 3 Ways You Can Become A Better Listener

Are you a good listener - or are you a half-ass listener? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat about why listening skills...

Are you a good listener - or are you a half-ass listener? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat about why listening skills are one of the most underrated skills for building strong relationships, whether it be in business or your personal life. I give you three tips for becoming a better listener as well as explore the question of whether women are better listeners than men. What we discuss: 01:35: Are you half-ass listening? 02:41: Tip #1: Make eye contact 03:27: Tip #2: Ask questions 04:02: Tip #3: Don’t interrupt people 07:57: Are women better listeners than men? 10:34: Are breaks in conversations okay? Key Takeaways: Learning how to be a good listener is crucial for your success in both your personal and professional life. Listening to people when they talk is how you learn about opportunities, build relationships, and strengthen bonds. If you can’t do that, you’re missing out on a lot of benefits. Your body language is just as important as what you say when the person is done talking. Make sure to show the engagement on your part and interest in what they are saying as you listen to them talk. And when it is your turn to talk, make sure you’re answering in a way that shows you listened to them. My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

62 mins

Episode 243: Vani Hari: How to Stop Food Lies and Fight Food Corruption

Do you really believe that cardiologists recommend Cheerios? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Vani Hari about the lies that multi-billion dollar...

Do you really believe that cardiologists recommend Cheerios? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Vani Hari about the lies that multi-billion dollar industries are feeding us every day when it comes to our foods. From misleading statements to paying for health associations to give their seal of approval for their products, the corruption in the food industry is enormous. Vani explains how it’s up to you to watch out for yourself and make informed decisions when buying food for your family. Not only does she provides tips on how you can do that, but she also shares some of the corruption she witnessed first-hand. Vani Hari is an activist that lives in North Carolina and the author of the new book, The Food Babe Way, which guides 21 essential habits she taught herself to take control of her health.  What we discuss: 01:17: How did Vani get started in the food industry? 12:03: How did Vani monetize her blog? 14:43: Who are Vani’s business partners? 19:27: What’s happening in the food industry? 24:38: Do health associations care about our health? 26:57: What is the three questions detox? 34:26: What is the difference between organic and grass-fed? 36:24: What buzzwords do you need to watch out for? 38:10: Why are American companies using better ingredients for overseas consumption but not in the United States? 46:18: How do Vani’s kids eat? 53:00: How can you eat healthy when you’re out and about? 56:47: Where can you find Truvani products? Key takeaways: Our food is corrupted in America. Most of the labels we see on our foods aren’t worth much - they’re pay to play and multi-billion dollar companies have the money to play. For example. health associations are putting their stamps of approval on products in exchange for a large cheque. As a result, these companies are playing with our health as we trust these indications on food packaging as telling the quality of a product we are buying. We need to inform ourselves about what these companies are putting in our food so we can make better decisions at the grocery store. Most food companies in the United States are purposely feeding Americans lower-quality foods using lower-quality ingredients, simply because they can and the regulations allow them to. But when it comes to expanding overseas, these same companies have no issue using better quality ingredients to serve those populations to comply with their regulations over food. Thus, these companies do have the “winning recipe” for making better quality foods here in America but chose not to. You can’t take anything for face value when you’re reading marketing statements on a product’s packaging. Many of these statements can be manipulated to make you believe that products are a lot healthier for you than they are. This is why learning how to read labels and researching what some of the added ingredients are is your best bet for buying foods that aren’t harmful to your health.  Thank you to our sponsors: Get started today with Disney’s Hulu Ad Manager at www.huluadmanager.com/stream. Sign up for a $1/month trial period at shopify.com/hustle  To learn more about Vani: Website: https://foodbabe.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefoodbabe/ Book: https://foodbabekitchen.com/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

18 mins

Episode 242: How to React When A Mean Person Offends You

In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about the difference between being mean and stupid. Oftentimes, people don’t realize that they are...

In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about the difference between being mean and stupid. Oftentimes, people don’t realize that they are doing something mean to you or are acting in a mean manner. In this case, they’re being stupid as they’re ignorant of anything and anyone else beyond themselves.  We also give a few actionable tips on how you can respond to someone who is being mean to you and offended you. What we discuss: 02:31: What’s the difference between being mean and stupid? 03:00: What’s the difference between being dumb and stupid? 06:27: Is common sense not that common? 09:57: Are people purposeful mean? 11:54: What should you do when someone is mean to you? 14:07: What is the definition of mean? 16:07: What is the difference between being mean and doing something mean?  Key takeaways: Most people don’t realize that they are doing something mean to you or are acting in a mean manner. In this case, they’re being stupid as they’re ignorant of anything and anyone else beyond themselves.  Common sense may not feel like it is common, but it’s actually because not everyone has the same thinking behind what they think is common.  Someone who is mean and someone doing something mean is two different things. In one case, that’s who this person is at the core. In the latter, this doesn’t mean they are a mean person.  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

81 mins

Episode 241: Darin Olien: The Invisible Fatal Conveniences You Need to Know About

What do you think is more dangerous: breathing in smog or flossing your teeth? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Darin Olien...

What do you think is more dangerous: breathing in smog or flossing your teeth? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Darin Olien about the invisible fatal conveniences we use and do every day. The world we live in makes us believe we have to but in reality, these conveniences are harming us and the planet.  Darin stresses how important it is to take our health into our own hands, do our own research and due diligence, and make decisions for our health. One should never trust companies to do what’s in our best interest. And the same goes for government agencies, like the FDA, that we think are there to protect us: they aren’t.  Darin Olien is co-host of the Emmy™ Award Winning, #1 Netflix docu-series, Down to Earth with Zac Efron. He has spent nearly 20 years exploring the planet discovering new and underutilized exotic foods and medicinal plants as a Superfood hunter Darin developed, Shakeology. He is also the founder of Barukas™, the most nutrient-dense nut in the world coming from the Savannah “Cerrado” of Brazil. As host of the widely popular podcast The Darin Olien Show, Darin curiously explores people, solutions, and health as well as life’s Fatal Conveniences™ – a segment of the show uncovering modern-day flaws and challenges that may be undermining our health and our environment.   What we discuss: 01:12: What motivated Darin to write his latest book? 09:32: How bad are EMFs for our health? 10:25: What do AirPods do to your health? 24:59: Does airplane mode make your phone safer to look around for you? 26:25: Are our gadgets causing cancer? 27:45: What’s the solution to tracking your health? 30:53: Are the TSA scanners dangerous? 35:53: Is spandex safe? 39:22: Is cotton safer than polyester? 49:16: What is the most shocking fatal convenience? 54:35: How can we learn more about which products are dangerous? 59:10: How sensitive was Darin’s dad to chemicals? 1:02:55: What are the symptoms that you are over-exposed to chemicals? 1:06:33: Is aging cream doing what it claims to do? 1:10:34: How can you turn a fatal convenience into a healthy convenience? 1:12:36: What are the benefits of Barukas nuts? 1:16:19: How is Shakeology different from other brands? 1:20:07: What is Darin’s morning routine? Key takeaways: When it comes to your health, you cannot under any circumstance trust companies to do what’s in your best interest. And the same goes for government agencies, like the FDA, that we think are there to protect us: they aren’t. You need to take your health into your own hands, do your own research and due diligence, and make decisions for your health.  Most fatal conveniences that are in our food can easily be avoided with one simple solution: grow your food. Not only is the produce that you grow yourself best for you, but they eventually become more convenient to eat than to go to the supermarket and picking out supposedly “fresh” produce. Most of the pains, aches, and illnesses we are experiencing are symptoms of over-exposure to chemicals and pollutants. When you start feeling anything other than healthy, it’s a sign that you need to change your lifestyle and be more careful of what it is you ingest, breathe in, and wear. To learn more about Darin: Website: https://darinolien.com/ Podcast: https://darinolien.com/podcasts/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/darinolien/?hl=en Book: https://darinolien.com/fatal-conveniences-book/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

19 mins

Episode 240: Health Hacks You Can Start Today

Finding it hard to take care of your health when you’re constantly grinding? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I share with you 7...

Finding it hard to take care of your health when you’re constantly grinding? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I share with you 7 easy health hacks you can start today and almost immediately reap the benefits from.  Oftentimes, we think it will cost us a lot of time, energy, and money to get healthy - but all you need is a few seconds of planning and things you already have at home! What we discuss: 01:19: How hard is it to adopt healthy habits? 01:58: Hack #1: Drink lukewarm lemon water in the morning 05:35: Hack #2: Workout in the morning 06:07: Hack #3: Use cold and hot therapy 07:10: Hack #4: Meditate daily 07:27: Hack #5: Weight-train at least 4x per week 08:41: Hack #6: Prepare healthy-food options 09:21: Hack #7: Get in a good laugh daily Key takeaways: Health doesn’t have to be something complicated; it can be easy and planned ahead of time. Most health hacks you can start doing today and see an immediate result. You don’t need to spend a ton of money to get results. My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

66 mins

Episode 239: Andrew McCarthy: How To Find Your True Self in Moments of Fearlessness

Do you always know what your next calling will be? If not, that’s what we are going to dive into today with guest Andrew McCarthy. Andrew Thomas...

Do you always know what your next calling will be? If not, that’s what we are going to dive into today with guest Andrew McCarthy. Andrew Thomas McCarthy is an actor, travel writer, and television director. He is most known as a member of the Brat Pack, with roles in 1980s films such as St. Elmo's Fire, Pretty in Pink, and Less than Zero. As a director, he is known for his work on Orange Is the New Black. Andrew has had a huge life change and discusses how he found his true self in moments of fearlessness and how you can too. He also discusses how fear can hold us back, his career in the film industry, the habits he’s developed that have played into his success and so much more. What we discuss: 04:07: About Andrew 09:55: Who was Andrew close with? 12:45: Who did Andrew attempt to date? 16:31: Is Andrew still an editor? 17:09: What happened after Andrew stopped acting? 19:19: Did Andrew know he was meant to be a writer? 21:40: What was Andrew’s experience with Orange Is The New Black? 24:41: How did Andrew figure out how to work behind the camera? 29:24: What does Andrew think of plastic surgery? 33:49: When did Andrew realize he made it? 37:36: Does Andrew think he self-sabotaged himself? 45:34: What was Andrew’s most and least favorite movie to film? 50:19: Would Andrew act now? 51:12: What are Andrew’s favorite things to do? 51:53: When is Andrew’s documentary coming out? 55:22: What daily habits does Andrew have? 56:32: What kind of exercise does Andrew do? 57:51: What foods does Andrew eat every day? 01:00:08: When is Andrew’s book coming out? Key takeaways: - You don’t always know what your calling will be, as it won’t always come to you. That’s why it’s important to try out a bunch of things and see what ignites a spark in you. - The feeling of being fearless only needs to be felt for a split-second, to give you the courage to take the first step towards your dreams. - Self-sabotage is usually something we proactively do, but most of us tend to only realize it after the deed is done. Check out Andrew's New Book: Walking with Sam: https://www.amazon.com/Walking-Sam-Father-Hundred-Across/dp/1538709201 Find more from Jen: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen Thank you to our sponsors: Try Notion AI for free right now at www.notion.com/habits Get started today with Disney’s Hulu Ad Manager at www.huluadmanager.com/stream

17 mins

Episode 238: Can You Really Manifest Your Way To Success?

Do you believe in manifestation? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about how some components of manifestation are helpful in one’s self-development...

Do you believe in manifestation? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about how some components of manifestation are helpful in one’s self-development journey, while others are detrimental. Too many people fall into the trap of believing that their thoughts alone can bring them riches - but the reality is that thoughts don’t do the work for you - only you can. What we discuss: 01:28: Does manifestation work? 03:58: Do we overestimate how much control we have? 08:24: Is manifesting self-care? 10:02: Is the coaching industry giving manifesting a bad wrap? 14:40: How can you avoid getting scammed by a coach in this industry? Key takeaways: There is value in visualizing yourself achieving success, but these thoughts are not enough to experience success in real life. You must put in the work and take action.  Manifestation has become an industry of its own, where coaches have taken over and are preying on people who may want to believe that their thoughts alone can give them everything they desire. Manifestation discards the fact that you are never 100% in control of external factors. The reality is that certain things are far beyond your control and you can’t manifest your way out of it.  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

54 mins

Episode 237: All Day Running Co.: The Mindset, Lessons, and Benefits Of Biking 3,000 Miles Across America

Would you embark on a 3,000 miles biking journey across America if you were asked to, right now?! In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I...

Would you embark on a 3,000 miles biking journey across America if you were asked to, right now?! In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Jesse Itzler and his crew about the 3,000 miles journey across America they are about to embark on to donate bikes to youth. We discuss what mindset they have about this physically tiring journey, what the mental and physical training for such a challenge is like, and how they prepare for such a big challenge ahead of time. Jesse also shares how he selected this year’s team and what every member of this team believes they will gain from accomplishing this cross-country biking challenge.  What we discuss: 04:27: Why did Jesse want to start this? 07:08: What is everyone’s background? 10:54: What does the training for this type of sport look like? 14:42: What happens if someone needs a break? 16:23: What happens if the weather isn’t in their favor? 18:43: How is nutrition during a challenge like this? 23:17: What are the benefits of these types of challenges? 27:41: How much support does everyone have from their significant other? 30:29: How does one enter the flow state in a challenge like this? 32:35: How did Jesse select his teammates? 42:06: What are the craziest things this team has done? 45:59: What will they do with the footage they get from this challenge? 47:40: How many hours per day do they expect to be on the bike? 48:05: What other things are on their bucket list? Key takeaways: It’s important to spend time with people who are different from you. Different ages, careers, industries, values, and situations expose you to new realities and wisdom you would never have known of before. An even better way to spend time with people who are different from you is during a challenging time; they will expose you to new perspectives you may have never thought of before.  Forcing yourself to take on new challenges that are beyond your comfort zone is what will allow your brain to expand and propel your growth.  Working towards a common goal as a team is what will allow you to get to the finish line. Sometimes, not everyone can pull their equal weight at the same time and that’s part of the game. As long as you all support yourselves in working towards that same goal, you’re set for success. Thank you to our sponsors: Get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order only when you order through www.DrinkLMNT.com/HabitsandHustle  Get started today with Disney’s Hulu Ad Manager at www.huluadmanager.com/stream      To learn more about All Day Running Co.: Website: https://www.alldayrunningco.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jesseitzler/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

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Episode 236: How To Become Bolder

What does it mean to be bold? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about what it means to be bold...

What does it mean to be bold? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about what it means to be bold and how you can build your way up to taking bigger, better, and bolder actions. I also share why there’s no need for you to be afraid of coming off as rude when you’re acting bold; there is a big difference between the two. What we discuss: 00:37: What does it mean to be bold? 02:01: What are some examples of being bold? 05:48: What’s the difference between being bold and rude? 09:33: What is a thirst trap? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Book: https://www.jennifercohen.com/bigger-better-bolder

111 mins

Episode 235: Bob Does Sports: How He Went From Four Seasons Doorman To Multi-Millionaire Content Creator

Would you ever take the chance of faking a sponsorship? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I sit down with Robby Berger, also known as...

Would you ever take the chance of faking a sponsorship? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I sit down with Robby Berger, also known as Bob Does Sports, and chat about his journey from being a doorman at The Four Seasons Hotel to being a multi-millionaire content creator. In just a little over two years, Bob has built up an enormous following through different platforms and gigs, such as Bob Does Sports and The Brilliantly Dumb Podcast. He shares with us how he got Yamaha to be his first podcast sponsor, how much money he makes from sponsorships, and how he built a team from scratch. Bob also shares what his morning routine is like and why he believes his audience got so engaged with his content so quickly in the game.  Robby Berger is a podcast host known as the personality "Bobby Fairways" that hosts both the podcast The Brilliantly Dumb Show, and its offshoot show, Bob Does Sports, which is popular on Instagram. Both shows focus on comedy and his fandom for sports, mostly the sport of golf.  What we discuss: 00:28: About Bob 05:18: Why did Bob get a job at The Four Seasons? 15:31: When did Bob quit The Four Seasons? 18:55: Who was Bob’s first sponsor? 24:40: Who was Joey cold-cuts? 29:28: How did Bob grow his audience? 38:21: What did Bob do when he stopped getting paid? 44:01: What happened when Bob started filming golf content? 45:15: Who’s idea was Breezy Golf? 49:17: How much money is Bob making? 54:16: Who is Bob’s manager? 55:29: What is Bob’s sponsorship pricing? 59:20: Is it a real golf tournament that Bob is a part of? 01:04:04: What ownership does Bob have in these different businesses? 01:07:13: Why did Bob break up with his girlfriend? 01:13:42: What deals does Bob have going on right now? 01:18:26: Where are Bob’s favorite bagels from? 01:20:54: What is Bob’s morning routine? 01:27:56: How did Bob’s audience get so engaged? 01:29:17: What food does Bob eat? 01:46:52: Where to learn more about Bob? Key Takeaways: Sometimes you have to fake it until you make it if you want to experience success. While Bob Does Sports has a huge audience and plenty of major sponsors today, he started by faking a year-long sponsorship with Windex to lure potential sponsors in. This allowed him to play his cards right and lock down his first real sponsor, Yamaha. Building a team that cares as much about the business as you do is the key to building something big and worthwhile. In Bob’s experience, he once reached a point where he had no money to pay his editor and he continued to support his content and work for free because he believed in Bob. If it weren’t for his editor, he wouldn’t have the massive audience and success he has today.  Monetizing your audience is something you should look at like any other type of business. There is more than just one way you can generate revenue and it’s certainly not good practice to rely on one source of revenue. In Bob’s case, he makes money through Cameo videos, sponsorships, ads, and merch, and eventually built a Golfing brand.  To learn more about Bob: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brilliantlydumb/ Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/@thebrilliantlydumbshow8757 Thank you to our sponsors: This episode is sponsored by Shopify. Sign up for a $1/month trial period at shopify.com/hustle This episode is sponsored by Organifi. Visit organifi.com/hustle and use the code HUSTLE to save 20% on your order  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

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Episode 234: How To Use Rizz, Chilling, Bussin’, and Dog Water in A Sentence

In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, we are joined by my son Dylan. He shares with us the slang words young...

In this solo episode of the Habits and Hustle podcast, we are joined by my son Dylan. He shares with us the slang words young people are using these days and what they all mean. From where the words come from to how to use them in a sentence, you will come out of this episode as being fluent in trendy slang words. What we discuss: 00:50: What slang words does Dylan know? 01:41: What does it mean to have “rizz”? 03:23: What does it need to be chilling? 04:08: What does it mean to be bussin’? 05:18: What does it mean to say something slaps? 06:22: What does dog water mean? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

119 mins

Episode 233: Matthew Hussey: How to Foster Healthy Romantic Relationships

Why do men feel intimidated by women who make more money than them? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Matthew Hussey about...

Why do men feel intimidated by women who make more money than them? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Matthew Hussey about how one can foster healthy romantic relationships in today’s modern world. We explore how technology may be getting in the way of many people finding “their person” and how it may hinder our ability to make real connections.  Matthew Hussey is the world’s leading dating advice expert for women. He has coached millions of women around the world to help them get the love lives of their dreams.He's a New York Times bestselling author of “Get The Guy,” the relationship columnist for Cosmopolitan magazine and the resident love expert on The Today Show. What we discuss: 00:43: What is Matthew’s professional title? 05:32: Is it normal to feel sad about not finding your person? 07:27: Is technology hindering our ability to create relationships offline? 15:55: How did Matthew become who he is today? 20:43: How did Matthew get started in his line of work? 25:28: How did Matthew learn everything he knows? 29:38: Why do women stay in bad relationships? 31:15: How can you raise your self-worth? 37:11: How can you change your beliefs through curiosity? 47:55: How does jealousy show up in relationships? 54:44: How can we overcome social anxiety? 01:04:14: Why do women not like too much attention from men? 01:08:42: Why do people you are interested in make you feel nervous? 01:14:14: How do stories we tell ourselves affect our relationships? 01:24:34: What are the top 3 things that men are the most attractive to in women? 01:36:16: How can standards impact your relationships? 01:37:50: Do men really want a woman who is more successful than them? 01:46:40: What are the two most common questions Matthew receives? Key takeaways: The cure to changing the beliefs about yourself it is to become curious about yourself. Too often, we get stuck in a rut of doing things the same ways and then wondering why we can’t separate ourselves from a certain belief we want to eliminate. To do that, you need to become curious about your current situation and look for ways you can move differently to change your perception of yourself and these beliefs. Social anxiety in dating is something that many of us feel. However, what we fail to realize is that being shy is, in a way, you being selfish. This is because when you are shy, you are withholding empathy and compassion from someone who is in the same room as you and may need it. Thus, looking as your shyness as a way of you doing a disservice to others is one of the many ways you can get yourself to come out of your shell. The reason why a lot of people stay in relationships that they should leave is not always due to low self-worth. Sometimes it’s due to the fact that they don’t know what beast it is they’re dealing with. When someone has high self-worth and was raised in a very healthy environment, they may not be able to recognize when they are being played by a narcissist or being gaslit. As a result, they stay in relationships where they aren’t aware of how toxic it is. Thank you to our sponsors: This episode is sponsored by Hostinger. Visit Hostinger.com/HABITS and use promo code HABITS for an extra 10% off. This episode is sponsored by Notion. Visit notion.com/habits to try out Notion AI for free. This episode is sponsored by Organifi. Visit organifi.com/hustle and use the code HUSTLE to save 20% on your order  To learn more about Matthew: Take the quiz: https://www.howtogettheguy.com/ask-matthew/ Website: https://www.howtogettheguy.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@thematthewhussey/featured Instagram: @thematthewhussey My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

12 mins

Episode 232: The Dunning-Krueger Effect: What Is The Right Amount of Confidence?

Do you believe your capabilities are out of this world? While having confidence in yourself and having the audacity to pursue your goals is the key...

Do you believe your capabilities are out of this world? While having confidence in yourself and having the audacity to pursue your goals is the key to actually achieving your goals, there is such a thing as too much confidence. In fact, some people might actually be delusional about their capabilities and that may come back to bite them at some point in the future. In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, we chat about the Dunning-Krueger Effect and what we believe is the right amount of self-confidence. What we discuss: 00:45: What is the Dunning-Krueger Effect? 2:31: What is the right amount of self-confidence? 04:45: Is it better to think you are too good or not good enough? 07:32: What’s the difference between confident and cocky? 08:12: How much delusion is too much? Key takeaways: The Dunning-Krueger Effect is an effect occurs when a person's lack of knowledge and skills in a certain area cause them to overestimate their own competence. By contrast, this effect also causes those who excel in a given area to think the task is simple for everyone, and underestimate their relative abilities as well. In our society, being overly confident is shunned upon. People tend to feel uncomfortable around those who are too confident and mistakenly take it for cockiness instead of self-confidence. Thus, it’s important to find a balance in the thoughts you have of your capabilities. You must give yourself the credit for what you are great at, but also acknowledge there is always place for growth and for you to be even better. My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

74 mins

Episode 231: Ozan Varol: How to Stop Overthinking and Start Quitting

How much do you get done when you’re multi-tasking? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Ozan Varol about the importance of staying...

How much do you get done when you’re multi-tasking? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Ozan Varol about the importance of staying focused on only one thing at a time to maximize productivity, how to stop overthinking, and why we need to learn how to quit. He also shares the importance of taking some time to do nothing, such as staring out a window. Oftentimes, sitting with your thoughts is more productive than answering emails. Ozan Varol is a rocket scientist turned award-winning professor, #1 bestselling author, and internationally acclaimed speaker. He is one of the world’s foremost experts in creativity, innovation, and critical thinking. He helps industry-leading organizations reimagine the status quo with moonshot thinking. What we discuss: 02:03: What does it mean to escape conformity? 04:10: Why should we unlearn the habits we have picked up? 08:44: Why should you stop multi-tasking? 11:43: What’s the tinfoil-wrapped chocolate theory? 15:18: What is Ozan’s villain story? 17:22: What made Ozan want to write a book about nonconformity? 21:26: Can quitting be the solution? 24:54: Is persistence always the answer? 25:21: Where can you find the courage to quit? 28:51: Why are you still doing things the same way? 34:12: What are the adverse reactions to meditations? 39:01: What about Ozan doesn’t fit into the bucket of being a rocket scientist? 43:18: How can we stop overthinking? 46:26: How can we become more resilient? 52:26: What’s the worst piece of advice that Ozan has received? 55:26: What is a brain attic? 01:01:22: Why you should stop calling your office “the office”? Key Takeaways: Experimenting beats overthinking every single time. Oftentimes, we spend a lot of time thinking about the plan for a new project we want to work on. The problem with that is we often get stuck in this stage, as it gives us the illusion we’re making progress when in reality, we’ve made no progress at all. That’s why it’s important that you skip the overthinking and overplanning stage and instead, experiment. By taking action, you learn quickly enough the things you’ve been trying to find out by “thinking” and can adapt quicker.  Knowing when to quit is just as important as knowing when you need to keep pushing. Sometimes, the job you have isn’t cutting it anymore, and quitting it is what will bring you to your next level. In other cases, your business may feel impossible to break even but you need to keep pushing. Whatever it is you are doing or want to accomplish, it’s important you know how to quit and put your foot on the pedal. Most of the habits we have picked up were habits created by other people who ingrained them into us. They thought for us, and we simply take on what they pass on without questioning it. However, that’s no way to live through life as a life of conformity is in no way a fruitful one. You are meant to use your thinking skills to ideate a life you want for yourself and put it into play. Thank you to our sponsors: This episode is sponsored by Hostinger. Visit Hostinger.com/HABITS and use promo code HABITS for an extra 10% off. Go to organifi.com/hustle and use code HUSTLE for 20% off your entire order. To learn more about Ozan: Website: https://ozanvarol.com/ Book: https://ozanvarol.com/awaken/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen

16 mins

Episode 230: Self-Rejection: What It Is and How To Overcome It

Are you rejecting yourself before anyone else has the chance to? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about self-rejection. I...

Are you rejecting yourself before anyone else has the chance to? In this solo episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with you about self-rejection. I go over what it means, why we do it, what are some of the symptoms you are self-rejecting, and what you can do to overcome it. I also explain the difference between self-rejection and self-sabotage. What we discuss: 01:04: What is self-rejection? 03:51: Self-rejection vs Self-sabotage: what’s the difference? 06:46: How to overcome self-rejection Key takeaways: Self-rejection is when you reject yourself first, to avoid others rejecting you. When you self-reject, you put more value on others' thoughts and opinions than your own opinion of yourself.  Symptoms of self-rejection tend to evolve around self-punitive habits such as turning down or not accepting compliments, turning down opportunities you are being presented with, and bringing other people down based on things you see in yourself. To overcome self-rejection, you must replace a bad habit with a good one. This means learning how to accept compliments, learning how to become less judgemental of others and yourself, and taking a chance on yourself when presented with great opportunities.  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

68 mins

Episode 229: David Nurse: How to Identify Your Action Archetypes

What we discuss: 00:34: About David 03:06: What is an action archetype? 05:11: Can we fit into more than one archetype? 07:43: How can you overcome fear? 09:11: How can...

What we discuss: 00:34: About David 03:06: What is an action archetype? 05:11: Can we fit into more than one archetype? 07:43: How can you overcome fear? 09:11: How can being a comedian help you overcome fear? 10:41: What is the burn archetype? 12:14: What happens if you don’t become aware of your past burns? 13:56: What do your pressure points say about your emotions? 16:18: What is the inopportune archetype? 18:19: How can you get over this inopportune feeling? 20:44: What is self-efficacy? 26:22: How did David become a coach? 29:05: What does it take to be an NBA coach? 39:32: What role does ego play in people giving you a chance? 42:12: Which players did David work with? 45:38: How much do coaches in the NBA make? 48:36: Did David’s uncle help him get involved with the Raptors? 51:50: What is the perfectionist archetype? 53:45: How can you get over perfectionism? 01:03:10: Where can you learn more about David? Key Takeaways: When we fail to take action, it’s usually due to some type of fear that is holding us back. David Nurse explains how we classify these types of fears by something he calls “action archetypes”. Some of us fall into the perfectionist archetype, where we don’t take action unless we feel everything is perfect. Other people fall into the inopportune archetype, where we feel like we can’t take action because it’s not the right time and/or right conditions. Whichever archetype you fall into, it’s crucial to become aware of it so you can get yourself out of it and start taking action. To overcome fear, you need to look at yourself from a different point of view other than the one where you have access to your internal thoughts. David’s advice is to look at yourself as a comedy show. What he means here is to take a step back when you’re experiencing fear to observe yourself. Go from being the actor in the comedy show to being the viewer. When you do this, don’t be afraid to laugh at yourself. This will help you put in perspective how your fears may be irrational and that you’re capable of getting through them.  It’s great to have confidence in yourself and a high level of self-esteem, but it’s not enough to have one or the other. What you need is to have both of these traits and then combine them with action. It’s through having high levels of confidence, and self-esteem, and taking action that you develop self-efficacy. Thank you to our sponsors: This episode is sponsored by Hostinger. Visit Hostinger.com/HABITS and use promo code HABITS for an extra 10% off. This episode is sponsored by Everyplate. Visit everyplate.com/podcast and use code HUSTLE149 and get a special price of $1.49 per meal to get started This episode is sponsored by LMNT. Visit drinklmnt.com/habitsandhustle and get a free sample pack with any order. This episode is sponsored by Organifi. Visit organifi.com/hustle and use the code HUSTLE to save 20% on your order  To learn more about David: Website: https://www.davidnurse.com/ Book: Do It: The Life-Changing Power of Taking Action  Instagram: @davidnursenba My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

15 mins

Episode 228: Decoding Trendy Slang Words

Do you know what it means to have drip? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, we go through a list of slang terms used by...

Do you know what it means to have drip? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, we go through a list of slang terms used by Gen Z in every day life and on social media. We go through what these slang terms mean, how to use them in a sentence, and where they originate from. What we discuss: 01:17: What does “drip” mean? 02:25: What does “extra” mean? 03:31: What does “it is giving” means? 05:51: What does “rizz” mean? 06:44: What does “ touch grass” mean? 07:17: What are the top 10 slang words? 09:10: What is a “simp”? Takeaways: Many of the slang words young people are using these days are borrowed from other languages, other cultures, and other countries. Examples include British terms such as “lads” as a synonym to men and “ savage” from Black culture to describe someone who is not holding back. Slang words come in and out of style every few months. This cycle is further sped-up due to the speed at which social media distributes the new terms, making adoption of these terms a lot faster.  My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

79 mins

Episode 227: Dr. Will Cole: How to Heal Shame-flammation

Did you know feelings of shame can physically appear in your body? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Dr. Will Cole about...

Did you know feelings of shame can physically appear in your body? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Dr. Will Cole about shame-flammation. Given that your body is a cellular library of the thoughts, emotions, and traumas you live, these cells can deeply impact your health and express themselves through autoimmune and metabolic issues. We also chat about the different supplements you can take to support your nervous system, and gut health, and reduce inflammation. What we discuss: 01:33: Will’s latest books 04:18: Why is gut health not adopted by modern medicine? 06:37: What are the root causes of chronic illnesses? 09:49: What illnesses correlate with shame? 12:28: What is shame-flammation? 14:10: How can you heal your shame? 19:37: How can you support your vagal tone? 26:29: How can people who are Type A appease their vagal nerve? 29:16: What other ways can you heal your feelings? 36:30: What are the symptoms of gut health issues? 38:19: Does inflammation cause depression? 41:13: What are the symptoms of IBS? 45:09: How do probiotics help with gut health? 50:40: What is the issue with magnesium? 51:30: What other supplements should you take? 55:04: Is ashwagandha necessary for our nervous system? 57:25: How does basil enhance your health? 1:00:03: Can we become allergic to foods we often eat? 01:03:33: What’s the difference between allergies and intolerance? 01:04:27: What are the signs you have a dysregulated system? 01:06:59: Where can you learn more about Dr. Will? Thank you to our sponsors: This episode is sponsored by Hostinger. Visit Hostinger.com/HABITS and use promo code HABITS for an extra 10% off. This episode is sponsored by Notion. Visit notion.com/habits to try out Notion AI for free. To learn more about Dr. Will: Buy Gut Feelings: Healing The Shame-Fuled Relationship Between What You Eat and How You Feel here: https://drwillcole.com/gut-feelings Visit Dr. Will’s website here: https://drwillcole.com/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen  Key Takeaways: Shame-flammation is a concept where most of the inflammation that is behind the common diseases and illnesses we experience is caused by the feeling of shame and/or guilt. The reason why these strong feelings of guilt and shame cause inflammation is that our body is composed of millions of cells, which all carry the weight of our thoughts and our emotions. When we constantly feel these negative emotions, our cells build up a library of these negative thoughts. As a result, our negative emotions make us physically ill through inflammation as this library becomes the make-up of our bodies. Most of the imbalances that we experience in our body, such as hormonal imbalances, are a symptom of an imbalance in our gut microbiome. When we constantly feed ourselves the wrong things, whether they be food or thoughts, our gut’s health deteriorates, which in turn can make us develop mental health issues such as anxiety and depression that are difficult to treat.  Dysregulation in our body manifests its way through different physical signs and emotional signs. To regain control over this dysregulation from an emotional perspective, it’s important to focus on supporting your vagus tone. What you want to do is to find a meditation type that works for you and your lifestyle and stick to it to bring your body back to a parasympathetic state. Once you learn to appease your mind, you learn to appease your gut and reduce inflammation in your body. 

16 mins

Episode 226: Work-Life Balance: Does It Really Exist?

Does balance really exist - or is it an unrealistic goal? In this episode of Habits & Hustle, we chat about the myth of work-life balance....

Does balance really exist - or is it an unrealistic goal? In this episode of Habits & Hustle, we chat about the myth of work-life balance. Oftentimes, we set the expectation for ourselves that we should be able to have it all; it’s just a question of balance. This causes us to get frustrated and disappointed with our performance when we fail - thus why I believe we need to get rid of this false narrative.  What we discuss: 00:35: Does balance exist? 02:19: Morning routines: are they realistic? 04:37: What’s the reality of balance? 06:28: Are you prioritize resting? 08:07: Is there really balance in business? 10:43: How the myth of balance impacts your mental health My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

57 mins

Episode 225: Daniel T. Willingham: Why Learning Is Hard and How To Become Better At It

Why is learning so hard for some of us? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Daniel T. Willingham about the frustrations many...

Why is learning so hard for some of us? In this episode of Habits and Hustle, I chat with Daniel T. Willingham about the frustrations many of us have with learning both in academic and real-life settings. While it’s important to be a good independent learner in our day-to-day if we want to grow, most of us need support in different ways. Daniel offers tips and strategies for becoming a better learner, how to keep distractions away, and more. To learn more about Daniel: Book: Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning Is Hard & How You Can Make It Easier Website: http://www.danielwillingham.com/ My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen 

13 mins

Episode 224: Tips On How To Be a Present, Working Parent

In this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast, Jennifer discusses the challenges that come with being a working parent. Being a present parent with...

In this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast, Jennifer discusses the challenges that come with being a working parent. Being a present parent with a thriving career is difficult, and many people don’t know how hard it is to do both well. Luckily, having a great support team and being efficient with your time can make balancing the two a little easier.  What’s discussed: 01:39 Balancing work obligations and your kids’ schedule 02:19 Why you need a great support team  04:53 How to be more available and present  06:50 Why you need to be more efficient with your time  07:34 Why you shouldn’t be too hard on yourself  Key Takeaways: Being a working parent is a work in progress, and it’s important to remember to not be too hard on yourself. It’s important to be more efficient with your time so you can accomplish the things that you need to do for yourself and accommodate your kids schedule.  Nobody is self-made in this world, so it is important to have a great support team around you. Find more from Jennifer: Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered: https://www.jennifercohen.com/bigger-better-bolder-mastermind Join Jen’s new Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/662921105381902/ Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life: https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Follow Jennifer: Instagram: http://instagram.com/therealjencohen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealjencohen Jennifer’s Website: https://jennifercohen.com/ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

133 mins

Episode 223: Dean Stott: How to Be Relentless with a Tier One Special Forces Soldier

Dean Stott is a Tier One Special Forces Soldier, Security Consultant, and World-Record Breaker. After dedicating 16 years of his life to the British military,...

Dean Stott is a Tier One Special Forces Soldier, Security Consultant, and World-Record Breaker. After dedicating 16 years of his life to the British military, Stott suffered an injury while parachuting that tragically cut his service short. He and Jen discuss what led to his time with the Special Forces, how they trained him in "Kill Rooms", his time undercover, and more recently his work getting embassies and civilians to safety in crisis zones, his friendship with Prince Harry, and more. This man has lived an incredible, storied life and in this over 2 hour long episode they get into it all. Not to mention he also broke a cycling World Record on a whim. Seriously, this guy is hardcore! If you've ever wondered what's going on in the minds of these intense Special Forces soldiers, or maybe just interested in the unbelievable stories someone like that has to offer, you absolutely must catch this episode! Thank you to our sponsor! Try Notion AI for FREE by heading over to Notion.com/habits Find more from Jennifer: Website: Jennifercohen.com Instagram: @therealjencohen

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Episode 222: The Paradox of Choice: What Can You Do To Make Better Decisions

Do you have trouble choosing when you have too many options to choose from? I'm sure most of us do. When we're presented with multiple...

Do you have trouble choosing when you have too many options to choose from? I'm sure most of us do. When we're presented with multiple options and they all feel like they could be the right one, how can we make it easier to make the right choice? That's what I'm going to chat with you about in this solo episode of Habits & Hustle. I dive into the paradox of choice. This phenomenon suggests that when we have too many options to choose from, it requires more effort to make a decision and can leave us feeling unsatisfied with our choice. I share with you how to ensure you make the best choices, how you can simplify your choices, and explain how it differs from analysis paralysis. What we discuss: 01:25: What is the paradox of choice? 03:26: What do you do about it? 08:31: How can you simplify your choices? 09:46: How does it differ from analysis paralysis? 11:34: How can you simplify your choices? My links: Website: https://www.jennifercohen.com/ Instagram: @therealjencohen

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Episode 221: Dr. Shefali: A No-BS Approach to Parenting

Dr. Shefali Tsabary shares her expertise on family dynamics in this hard-hitting episode that may leave you questioning your own parenting methods— in a good...

Dr. Shefali Tsabary shares her expertise on family dynamics in this hard-hitting episode that may leave you questioning your own parenting methods— in a good way! Dr. Shefali, as she’s widely known across social media, is a best-selling author and clinical psychologist who takes an empathetic, attentive, child-first approach to parenting. She’s written multiple books on the topic, but you can find some free wisdom in this conversation about discipline, extracurricular activities, screen time, and more. Learn the principles of Conscious Parenting (as seen on Oprah!), and how you can apply it today to help your child become a happier and more successful version of themselves. You may even discover a thing or two about yourself in the process.

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Episode 220: My Best Tips for Overcoming Procrastination

Struggle with procrastination? In this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast, Jennifer admits she is a natural procrastinator, especially when it comes to things...

Struggle with procrastination? In this episode of the Habits & Hustle podcast, Jennifer admits she is a natural procrastinator, especially when it comes to things she doesn’t enjoy doing or things she thinks she is bad at doing. Although, the reality of life is that we aren’t going to be good at everything and we also aren't going to enjoy doing everything–but we still have to do it. So, how do we overcome this and learn to break our toxic procrastination patterns? If you can relate, get ready for Jennifer to share her best Habits & Hustle tips. She explores the different parameters she has implemented into her everyday life that have greatly changed the way she tackles tasks. She also explains how procrastination can be detrimental to our self esteem, how overcoming procrastination needs to become a habit, and the little things she does to eliminate distractions All the tips Jennifer shares are simple, tangible, and available to you at any time for whenever you’re ready to start tackling your procrastination, too.  What’s discussed: 0:00 - Introduction to procrastination 1:45 - How some people don’t have time to procrastinate 2:05 - Why we procrastinate on the things we’re bad at 2:53 - How to make big tasks feel less daunting  3:37 - Getting things done first thing in the morning 4:39 - The correlation between procrastination and self esteem  5:59 - How to eliminate distractions  7:44 - Utilizing time blocking 8:30 - Tell us what you think in the Facebook group! Key Takeaways:  You procrastinate less when you break things down into smaller, sizable chunks. If something feels daunting to you, instead of thinking about the daunting task at hand, reframe the way you think about it by focusing on getting a small piece of it done today. The smaller you can break up your task, the less daunting it will end up feeling.  Procrastination is one of the simplest ways to destroy your self esteem and being your own accountability partner is one of the best ways to build your self esteem. If you make sure you do the things that you tell yourself you're going to do and do them completely, you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment, and that leads to building real self confidence.  Put all the hard things you need to get done at the start of your day. Don’t allow yourself to do anything else until you have fully completed these tasks. Turn this into a habit: Tackle the uncomfortable things first before falling into doing what feels comfortable. Find more from Jennifer: Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered: https://www.jennifercohen.com/bigger-better-bolder-mastermind Join Jen’s new Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/662921105381902/ Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life: https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Follow Jennifer: Instagram: http://instagram.com/therealjencohen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealjencohen Jennifer’s Website: https://jennifercohen.com/ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com.

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Episode 219: Nouriel Roubini - Top Economist On The Financial Crisis "We Are Doomed"

Want to find out how Nouriel Roubini, Professor Emeritus at New York University, got the nickname “Dr. Doom”? Don’t miss this episode! Jen digs into...

Want to find out how Nouriel Roubini, Professor Emeritus at New York University, got the nickname “Dr. Doom”? Don’t miss this episode! Jen digs into Nouriel’s past predictions and how they came true, as well as his beliefs about today’s issues. Why does nobody want to work anymore? Is it possible you’ll see humans become obsolete in your lifetime in favor of AI? Hear Dr. Doom’s thoughts on Crypto, Meta, and more in this crucial episode. Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered. Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Follow Jennifer: Instagram Facebook Twitter Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com.

19 mins

Episode 218: 3 Things To Come To Terms With In Life

In this episode, Jennifer delves into the complexities of human relationships and how to navigate them effectively. She discussed three key points of understanding in...

In this episode, Jennifer delves into the complexities of human relationships and how to navigate them effectively. She discussed three key points of understanding in life: if someone truly wants to do something, they will make an effort to do so; no response is still a response and should be acknowledged as such; and everyone has their own unique set of values that may differ from one's own.  If you are seeking to improve your relationships and live a more fulfilling life, then tune in with Jennifer and discover how to make the most of your relationships and find happiness in every aspect of your life. Key Takeaways: Three key points of understanding in life How to let go of emotional triggers Be mindful with eating and shopping habits Fostering healthy relationships through effective communication Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered. Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Follow Jennifer: Instagram Facebook Twitter Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com.

137 mins

Episode 217: Mark Manson - How to Stop Giving a F*ck

Mark Manson is the 3x NYT Bestselling Author of "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck". After navigating life as a pick-up artist, a...

Mark Manson is the 3x NYT Bestselling Author of "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck". After navigating life as a pick-up artist, a blogger, and eventually securing his legacy as one of the most successful authors and independent publishers in self-help and motivation, now landing a movie deal with Universal, Mark settles in with Jen to discuss it all. He warns about the good and the bad that can come from relying on other's wisdom in the "self-help space", as well as approaching how others like, Tony Robbins, Et al. make their success and how it falls on the consumer to be careful in utilizing the tools of these speakers/authors. Mark explains portions of his life wherein sometimes 10 guys would pay him thousands to watch him flirt with women and coach them, to acquiring an audience through his blog, and finally writing one the best-selling books in self-help history at nearly 15 million copies sold and counting. On top of all of that, wouldn't you know, he co-authored Will Smith's autobiography from a couple years ago called "Will" which of course, prompted a conversation around the actor and the infamous "slap". Mark is quick, witty, charming, and open to every part of his life no matter how past it may be. Maybe you've read one of his book, but have never known who he really is. Perhaps you've been looking for a more blunt approach to self-help and this is where you'll find it. Regardless, he's a great interview and this is a fun episode! Don't miss it! Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered. Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Follow Jennifer: Instagram Facebook Twitter Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com.

27 mins

Episode 216: The Price Gouging Epidemic and How to Save Money

In this episode, Jennifer sheds light on the difficulties faced by people in an economy with soaring prices, particularly for those relying on fixed incomes....

In this episode, Jennifer sheds light on the difficulties faced by people in an economy with soaring prices, particularly for those relying on fixed incomes. The discussion delves into the contentious issue of price gouging in the food industry, where some businesses are exploiting the situation and imposing unjustifiably high prices. Key Takeaways: The impact of price increases on fixed-income families Tips for avoiding food waste and delivery gouging How to save money while shopping How to be bold and ask for discounts Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered. Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Follow Jennifer: Instagram Facebook Twitter Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com.

61 mins

Episode 215: Gail Federici - Building a $400 MILLION beauty care empire

Gail Federici was the co-founder and CEO of the iconic brand John Frieda and has leveraged her experience to build her latest venture, Color Wow,...

Gail Federici was the co-founder and CEO of the iconic brand John Frieda and has leveraged her experience to build her latest venture, Color Wow, a professional hair-care line geared towards color-treated hair. Gail has always strived to have break throughs in the beauty industry and has zero interest in ever following a path paved by another creator. At John Frieda, Gail was the first to design products that combatted frizz. Eventually selling the business for over $450 million long before beauty acquisitions were a common thing. After a couple years, Gail eventually launched Color Wow, which is a collection of problem-solving products geared towards colored hair. In a wide - ranging interview together, we talk about her life before her success as an entrepreneur and being in the music industry to how she came to launch a business of her own. Gail also shares how being a mother was a perspective shift for her and drove a lot of her future success. Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Go to athleticgreens.com/HABITS. and get a free 1-year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/jennifer and get on your way to being your best self.

27 mins

Episode 214: Dealing with Loneliness in the Land of Likes

In this week's episode, Jennifer delves into the phenomenon of loneliness during a time when the world is more connected than ever. She explores the...

In this week's episode, Jennifer delves into the phenomenon of loneliness during a time when the world is more connected than ever. She explores the possible causes of loneliness, including technology, social media, anxiety, and more. Through this conversation, listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the impact of loneliness and what can be done to combat it. Join Jennifer as she provides valuable insights and practical solutions to help navigate this all-too-common experience. Jen's Bigger, Better, Bolder Mastermind starts in March! Apply now to be considered. Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Follow Jennifer: Instagram Facebook Twitter Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.

64 mins

Episode 213: Barnes And Noble Super Panel - Max Lugavere, Darin Olien, and Dr. Emily Morse

This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/jennifer and get on your way to being your best self. Use...

This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/jennifer and get on your way to being your best self. Use promo code HUSTLE for 15% off site-wide at https://justthrivehealth.com/discount/HUSTLE For this special episode, Jen is joined live on stage by her good friends, Max Lugavere, Darin Olien, and Dr. Emily Morse (Sex With Emily) to celebrate the launch of her new book, "Bigger, Better, Bolder..." The four of them discuss what it means to "Be Bold" as well as moments in their careers where their boldness helped them in their success or moments where their lack of boldness lost them opportunities. It's a fun time with these four friends just chatting in front of a live audience. Moments of reminiscing on where friendships and careers began as well as some slight teasing of possible projects to come from each of them. A fan of these folks and captured by the thought of them all being on the podcast together to talk? Needing some boldness in your own life and want a place to start? You can't miss out on what these four powerhouses have to offer! Check it out! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Youtube Link to This Episode ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

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Episode 212: Are You Curious Enough To Succeed?

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses the importance of curiosity and how developing curiosity can create a strong foundation for boldness. She offers a number of...

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses the importance of curiosity and how developing curiosity can create a strong foundation for boldness. She offers a number of practical ways to hone curiosity as a skill even for those that are more socially introverted. Jennifer and Shanni then dive into a deep discussion on the impacts of technology specifically on children and how Jennifer's kids handled Zoom classes during covid. Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Follow Jennifer: Instagram Facebook Twitter Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.

50 mins

Episode 211: Tina Anderson - CEO & Co-Founder of Just Thrive

Tina Anderson is the CEO & Co-Founder of Just Thrive. In this episode, Tina talks about the ever-growing issues with the pharmaceutical industry, and how...

Tina Anderson is the CEO & Co-Founder of Just Thrive. In this episode, Tina talks about the ever-growing issues with the pharmaceutical industry, and how it inspired her to start her own company with her husband. Jen and Tina explore the deep relationship between the gut and the brain, providing expert perspectives on how you can limit stress and maintain a proper diet to live as healthy as possible. Are you looking for new ways to manage work/life balance, treat your body right, and work toward success with a healthy body and a happy mind? With plenty of life advice and scientific data, you won’t want to miss this episode. Your gut, brain, and dog will thank you! Youtube Link to this Episode To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show Use promo code HUSTLE for 15% off sitewide at justthrivehealth.com Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

19 mins

Episode 210: If they stop watching your Instagram stories, are they still into you?

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer asks Shanni the age-old question. If he stops watching your stories, is he still into you? They also get into a...

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer asks Shanni the age-old question. If he stops watching your stories, is he still into you? They also get into a spirited discussion on what it means to date in the age of social media, the benefit of muting accounts, curating your feed and so much more.    Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. Habits & Hustle Website Habit Nest Website

64 mins

Episode 209: Dean Graziosi - NYT Best-Selling Author, Entrepreneur, and Investor

Use promo code HUSTLE for 15% off sitewide at justthrivehealth.com To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show Dean Graziosi is an NYT best-selling author, entrepreneur, and...

Use promo code HUSTLE for 15% off sitewide at justthrivehealth.com To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show Dean Graziosi is an NYT best-selling author, entrepreneur, and investor. With over 25 years in a career striving to improve people's lives and partnering with Tony Robbins after their many years of friendship, Dean is here to launch you into a new and successful way of thinking. From his own accomplishments of being one of the most sought-after marketers in the business coaching spaces to helping launch some of the largest virtual events ever with Tony Robbins, Dean has solidified his place as a powerhouse and a wealth of motivational/technical knowledge. Love your business but hate marketing? Full of ideas but the logistics keep getting in the way? You've gotta hear this one! Youtube Link to This Episode Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. Habits & Hustle Website Habit Nest Website Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life

21 mins

Episode 208: Instagram Vs Reality

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses why authenticity is one of her core values and how it can improve your life. Jen also discusses the importance of...

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses why authenticity is one of her core values and how it can improve your life. Jen also discusses the importance of educated scrolling and curating your social media feeds.   Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website

78 mins

Episode 207: Candace Burch - Hormone Health Educator and Coach

Go to athleticgreens.com/HABITS and get a free 1-year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Candace Burch is a Hormone Health Educator...

Go to athleticgreens.com/HABITS and get a free 1-year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Candace Burch is a Hormone Health Educator and Coach. This is a real education and looks at hormones and their safe uses. It seems so many people, especially in the fitness world are attempting to combat their genetics without really understanding what may actually be the problem. Like, how training increases testosterone, but overtraining can drain that right back if you're not careful, so many men are injecting it now and continuing that harmful cycle. Candace is a profound well of knowledge in this regard explaining so many alternatives or factors that could be involved in hormone issues that are possible with diet or exercise or even some straightforward supplements. Above all, she's trying to spread awareness and get people's attention back to the science of our bodies so we don't end up doing more harm than good. Maybe you've noticed fatigue you didn't use to have, or your motivation has dipped. Maybe you're already experimenting with hormone therapy and aren't seeing the results you'd hoped for. You absolutely must listen to what Candace has to say. She could have the answer you've been looking for. Don't miss it! Candace's Website: www.yourhormonebalance.com Candace's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourhormonebalance/ Use the code HABITS50 for $50 off any of their testing & rebalancing packages here: https://www.yourhormonebalance.com/b-y-o-rebalancing-package#simplero-section-1655471171980 To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Youtube Link to This Episode ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.   ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - https://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

31 mins

Episode 206: Why Motivation Is Useless

On this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses why motivation alone won't get you to where you want to be, why delayed gratification is important to success, and her tips...

On this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses why motivation alone won't get you to where you want to be, why delayed gratification is important to success, and her tips for curbing unhealthy eating habits. She also dives into a back-and-forth with her foil Shanni on what temperature people should set their thermostats to.   Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Join Jen’s new Facebook group! Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. Habits & Hustle Website Habit Nest Website

78 mins

Episode 205: Don Saladino - Coach, Film & TV Superhero Trainer, & Fitness Entrepreneur

Don Saladino is a Coach, Film & TV Superhero Trainer, & Fitness Entrepreneur. From training Hugh Jackman for Wolverine, to Anne Hathaway for Catwoman, and...

Don Saladino is a Coach, Film & TV Superhero Trainer, & Fitness Entrepreneur. From training Hugh Jackman for Wolverine, to Anne Hathaway for Catwoman, and Ryan Reynolds for Deadpool Don has a lot to offer in terms of what it takes to get superhero ready. Having thousands and thousands of training sessions under his belt he offers diet, exercise, and just plain life knowledge for anyone, not just those at the top of their game. Oh, and he's one of the nicest people in the industry. Ever wondered who gets all those actors in shape for those massive roles? Wanting advice for your own fitness, diet, or business from one of the hardest-working people in the space? You've got to hear this one! To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Youtube Link to This Episode ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

21 mins

Episode 204: Fail Your Way To The Top 

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses how failure can be reframed as a positive and lead to your ultimate success. She then dives into the benefits...

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses how failure can be reframed as a positive and lead to your ultimate success. She then dives into the benefits of mediocracy, how the fitness industry works, tips on breathwork and more.   Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Join Jen’s new Facebook group! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

92 mins

Episode 203: Sal Di Stefano, Part 3 - Host of Mindpump Podcast, an Author, and Fitlosopher

Sal Di Stefano is a Host of Mindpump Podcast, an Author, and Fitlosopher. After being on the podcast a number of times and being friends...

Sal Di Stefano is a Host of Mindpump Podcast, an Author, and Fitlosopher. After being on the podcast a number of times and being friends with Jen you'd wonder what they'd have to talk about still, but with time only comes deeper more specific conversations. Sal and Jen get into it about supplements, fasting, specific routines, diet, sleep, and every other buzzword spinning around the health and fitness space. Voicing their own personal distaste for the fads and explaining exactly what has worked for them and others around them. Needing the knowledge of two absolute experts who have made themselves "bio-hacking" guinea pigs through every trend in the industry? Wanting people to cut through the bs and finally be honest about achieving fitness goals? These two don't hold back. Check it out! To check out a few episodes visit travischappell.com/show Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Mindpump - https://www.mindpumpmedia.com/sal-bio ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

22 mins

Episode 202: Are Participation Trophies Ruining Society?

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses the importance of self-efficacy, the benefit of failure and why coddle culture is harming our children.  Find out Jen’s...

In this week’s solo episode, Jennifer discusses the importance of self-efficacy, the benefit of failure and why coddle culture is harming our children.  Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life Join Jen’s new Facebook group! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

64 mins

Episode 201: Lisa Stardust - Resident Astrologer at The Today Show, Best Selling Author, Tarot Card Reader and Energy Healer

Lisa Stardust is the Resident Astrologer at The Today Show, a best-selling author, tarot card reader, and energy healer. In this episode, Lisa reads Jen's...

Lisa Stardust is the Resident Astrologer at The Today Show, a best-selling author, tarot card reader, and energy healer. In this episode, Lisa reads Jen's charts, explains what exactly Mercury being "in retrograde" means, and discusses her work on The Today Show as well as the many publications she freelances in. Taking on the questions of how and why people should look to astrology for a better understanding of their circumstances as well as attempting to make the field more accessible to the public at large, Lisa doesn't shy away from a clear-line discussion about use and misuse as well as the personal responsibility at play when astrology is involved. Maybe you're deep in astrology, yourself, or maybe you've never understood it. Whether it's unfamiliar, or a way of life for you, this episode is filled with interesting info for you to parse. Youtube Link to This Episode Lisa’s Website - https://lisastardust.com/ Lisa’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lisastardustastro/ Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

22 mins

Episode 200: My First Solo Episode

For the first time, Jen takes to the mic for a solo episode revealing some of the behind-the-scenes of her busy lifestyle. She dives into...

For the first time, Jen takes to the mic for a solo episode revealing some of the behind-the-scenes of her busy lifestyle. She dives into her fear of public speaking, the stress of launching a book, why it's hard for her to be vulnerable, the importance of choosing your friends wisely and so much more.  Join Jen’s new Facebook group for access to her online community, bonus content and more! https://www.facebook.com/groups/662921105381902/  Find out Jen’s secret to getting anything you want out of life  https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

158 mins

Episode 199: Rob Dyrdek - Entrepreneur, Producer, Reality TV Personality, and Former Professional Skateboarder

Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Rob Dyrdek is an Entrepreneur, Producer, Reality TV Personality, and Former Professional...

Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Rob Dyrdek is an Entrepreneur, Producer, Reality TV Personality, and Former Professional Skateboarder. He might not seem it if all you know him from is Ridiculousness, but Rob is a time genius. Explaining his "time matrix" and "rhythm" Rob navigates the extreme measures he takes to optimize his life. Knowing that if you want success, but also desire the ability to enjoy your success, you must automate as much of your life as possible, and he's on a never-ending quest to do so. Just an example, he started taping Ridiculousness at around 150 episodes a year, then 250, and now even more. You'd think his life would be overrun with work. He couldn't possibly do anything else, but his secret is that it takes just as long to film the nearly 300 episodes now as it did to film the 150 originally. Find out how he does that, still has time for his family, and can cancel plans to see a movie on a whim in this episode. You can't miss this one! Youtube Link to This Episode Rob’s Website - https://robdyrdek.com/ Robs’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/robdyrdek/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

94 mins

Episode 198: Gabor Maté - Renowned Addiction Expert, Bestselling Author, and Speaker

Gabor Maté is a Renowned Addiction Expert, Bestselling Author, and Speaker. Taking a gentle, yet stern stance on the way we all live, work, parent,...

Gabor Maté is a Renowned Addiction Expert, Bestselling Author, and Speaker. Taking a gentle, yet stern stance on the way we all live, work, parent, and more, Gabor pushes forward with newfound responsibility and compassion from his lifetime of "making every mistake in the book." He and Jen discuss how entrepreneurs can't say "no", how it's important to focus on your loved ones through your career, what it means to be a good parent, and much more! Gabor has such a unique approach and perspective on these issues, it's a really fascinating listen. Need genuine advice on trying to balance your work and life? Looking for parenting advice that isn't coddling, but also isn't cruel? Give this one a listen! Youtube Link to This Episode Gabor’s Website - https://drgabormate.com/ Gabor’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gabormatemd/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - https://habitnest.com/  ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

95 mins

Episode 197: Dr. Nicole LePera - The Holistic Psychologist, Author, and Podcast Host

Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Dr. Nicole LePera is The Holistic Psychologist, Author, and Podcast Host. Guiding...

Find out Jen's secret to getting anything you want out of life ? https://www.jennifercohen.com/the-secret-to-getting-anything-you-want-in-life Dr. Nicole LePera is The Holistic Psychologist, Author, and Podcast Host. Guiding her millions of followers through personal development and self-reflection, Dr. LePera has a wonderfully straightforward approach to holistic psychology. Being clinically trained and then taking that education to a more personal and unashamed level attempting to address each individual where they are she has created resource after resource of actionable materials for anyone seeking betterment and/or recovering from past traumas. She and Jen discuss relationships, ego, ego in relationships, trauma, taking space for yourself, addressing your own shortcomings and so much more in an always caring and never shaming way that could leave listeners inspired to challenge their own growth. Never really thought psychology or "self-help" worked for you? Eager to hear a well-spoken expert break down the nuance of tackling your own personal barriers and excelling towards a path of constant improvement? You won't be disappointed! Check it out! Youtube Link to This Episode Dr. Nicole LePera’s Instagram - https://theholisticpsychologist.com/ Dr. Nicole LePera’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/the.holistic.psychologist ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

112 mins

Episode 196: Simon Sinek - Renowned Speaker, Optimist, and Author

Simon Sinek is a Renowned Speaker, Optimist, and Author. After accumulating hundreds of millions of views in his ever-popular talks circulating online through TEDTalks and...

Simon Sinek is a Renowned Speaker, Optimist, and Author. After accumulating hundreds of millions of views in his ever-popular talks circulating online through TEDTalks and other sources on Millennials in the workforce and optimism in business and the economy, Simon seems the go-to for a positive dose of outlook when everyone just wants to point fingers and dunk on each other. It's not about entitlement, not about people not wanting to work, or pervasive laziness. He approaches with the question "Why?" Why are things as they are? What has led to these outcomes? How is it affecting the individuals? All this is for a much more optimistic, empathetic view of how and why we work. If you're looking for a new and fresh approach to the concepts you've heard over and over again you've got to hear what Simon has to say! It's not about blame, but it is about solutions, and it's a riveting conversation! Check it out! Youtube Link to This Episode Simon Sinek’s Website - https://simonsinek.com/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

52 mins

Episode 195: Jaiya - Award-Winning Somatic Sexologist

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder Today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Jaiya is an Award-Winning Somatic Sexologist. It seems impossible to be more open than she is in this...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder Today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Jaiya is an Award-Winning Somatic Sexologist. It seems impossible to be more open than she is in this episode. Jaiya and Jen uncover every facet of Sex, Romance, and Relationship knowledge she has in this quick interview answering questions about keeping a love-life going far into a relationship where kids and life get in the way, having multiple partners for over a decade and keeping jealousy at bay, her work with Goop, and more. This is a truly wonderfully shocking one with twist after twist even getting into Jaiya's personal struggles being an expert in sex and intimacy, but still missing the cues of her partner and how that was remedied with help from the understanding of her "Blueprints". Looking for some advice with your own love-life? Just open to hearing what more you could explore from an expert? Push yourself out of your comfort zone and indulge in your curiosity on this one. You won't regret it! Youtube Link to This Episode Jaiya’s Website - https://missjaiya.com/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

96 mins

Episode 194: Harry Gestetner and Simon Pompan - Founders & Co-CEO’s of FanFix

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder Today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Harry Gestetner and Simon Pompan are the Founders & Co-CEO’s of Fanfix. Both in their early 20's starting...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder Today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Harry Gestetner and Simon Pompan are the Founders & Co-CEO’s of Fanfix. Both in their early 20's starting a company in college and selling it almost 10 months after launch for tens of millions! How could you not listen to this one? From Harry starting a clothing company out of his parent's house at 10 years old to finishing college while relying on Simon to keep their new business afloat by dropping out. The two went into terrible debt, tried to lie about being students, and hustled and lucked their way into investors and capital to keep things going until it caught. Fanfix now has millions of users and some of the most popular content creators in the World making 6 figures through it! Was it all luck? Or was it an understanding of a generation other businesses have only claimed to understand without really ever getting it? Give it a listen and find out? Youtube Link to This Episode FanFix’s Website - https://www.fanfix.io/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.   ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

113 mins

Episode 193: Rich Roll - Vegan Ultra-Endurance Athlete, Author, and Public Speaker

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Rich Roll is a Vegan Ultra-Endurance Athlete, Author, and Public Speaker. Taking a break from his own podcast...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Rich Roll is a Vegan Ultra-Endurance Athlete, Author, and Public Speaker. Taking a break from his own podcast to appear on this one, Rich delivers an open and powerful look at his incredible athleticism, determination, and struggles with sobriety. After hosting hundreds of podcasts, watching him sink into the other side so smoothly and graciously is a truly wonderful experience. Nothing seems off-limits. From his drinking in college that led to his addiction issues, his failed first marriage, and his triumph as the World's Strongest Man in his Ultra-Endurance Training in his 40s, Rich has lived a life worth sharing. And he does. Struggling with your own challenges no matter how deep and helpless they may feel? Curious about the mentality of a person who would race hundreds of miles past the age of 40? Give this one a listen. Youtube Link to This Episode Rich Roll's Website - https://www.richroll.com/ Rich Roll's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/richroll/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts.  ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal.  ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Habit Nest Website - http://habitshustle.com ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - https://instagram.com/therealjencohen - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/therealjencohen - Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealjencohen - Jennifer’s Website - https://jennifercohen.com

90 mins

Episode 192: Anthony William – Medical Medium, #1 NYT Best Seller, and Chronic Illness Expert

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Anthony William is the Medical Medium, #1 NYT Best Seller, and Chronic Illness Expert. Claiming an ability to...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Anthony William is the Medical Medium, #1 NYT Best Seller, and Chronic Illness Expert. Claiming an ability to heal people through the information he receives from a disembodied voice he calls the "Spirit of Compassion" would be enough to make most people check out, but Anthony's history and track record could make anyone question what they think they know. From giving his information away for free to being proved right over and over again, the Medical Medium wants you to question everything. Anthony invites you to see for yourself how you can be helped. This is an EXTREMELY interesting conversation! Skeptic or not, this episode is worth listening to! Youtube Link to This Episode Medical Medium’s Website - https://www.medicalmedium.com/ Medical Medium’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/medicalmedium ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website ?Habit Nest Website ?Follow Jennifer - Instagram - Facebook - Twitter - Jennifer’s Website

46 mins

Episode 191: Chelsay Brewster – Senior Scientist for Align Probiotic

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Chelsay Brewster is a Senior Scientist for Align Probiotic and the Digestive Wellness Specialist for Proctor & Gamble’s...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Chelsay Brewster is a Senior Scientist for Align Probiotic and the Digestive Wellness Specialist for Proctor & Gamble’s Personal Health Care portfolio. By now you’ve probably heard about the “microbiome” and the importance of gut health in some vague terms. It’s been brought up on this podcast several times, but never really explored quite like it is in this episode. Chelsay shines some light not only on the subject of gut health in reference to your immune system and it is your “2nd brain”, but goes even further to specify how men and women may differ and what to look out for. Sometimes it’s just a relief to hear an expert on a subject clear the air. This episode does just that. Youtube Link to This Episode Align Probiotics Website – https://www.alignprobiotics.com/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website ?Habit Nest Website ?Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website

87 mins

Episode 190: DeVon Franklin – Producer, Author, Motivational Speaker, and CEO of Franklin Entertainment

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp DeVon Franklin is a Producer, Author, Motivational Speaker, and CEO of Franklin Entertainment. From his speaking in his...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp DeVon Franklin is a Producer, Author, Motivational Speaker, and CEO of Franklin Entertainment. From his speaking in his church at a young age to pursue his dreams in Hollywood, to his time as an intern working under Will Smith, moving on to produce films grossing hundreds of millions, and starting his own company to produce films with Oprah, Keegan Michael Key, and more, DeVon Franklin does it all and does it well. And talk about charisma! This conversation flies by as Jen and DeVon cover all that, relationship advice, writing, acting, and more! DeVon is a beacon of kindness and joy in a world that insists on hammering home that you have to be selfish to be successful. Don’t miss it! Youtube Link to This Episode DeVon’s Website – https://devonfranklin.com/ DeVon’s Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/devonfranklin/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website ?Habit Nest Website ?Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website

75 mins

Episode 189: Zion Clark – Motivational Speaker, Author, and Athlete

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Zion Clark is a motivational speaker, author, and athlete. Zion was born without legs, was in and out...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Zion Clark is a motivational speaker, author, and athlete. Zion was born without legs, was in and out of foster homes, was bullied, beaten up, and thrown out over and over again growing up, and has still made it out on the other side as an All-American athlete, wrestling champion, musician, and inspiration to so many. Zion tells his miraculous story and explains the mindset he’s had to get him through it all. Looking for some personal motivation, or just want to hear from someone who’s succeeded through it all? Give this one a listen. Youtube Link to This Episode Zion’s Website – https://www.zionclark.com/ Zion’s Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/bigz97/ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. ?If you have feedback for the show, please email habitsandhustlepod@gmail.com  ?Get yourself a copy of Jennifer Cohen’s newest book from Habit Nest, Badass Body Goals Journal. ℹ️Habits & Hustle Website ?Habit Nest Website ?Follow Jennifer – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – Jennifer’s Website

104 mins

Episode 188: Joe De Sena – CEO & Founder of Spartan and the Death Race, NYT Best Selling Author

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Joe De Sena is CEO & Founder of Spartan and the Death Race, NYT Best Selling Author. Possibly...

Pre-order Jen’s New Book: Bigger, Better, Bolder today: https://amzn.to/3hvtqYp Joe De Sena is CEO & Founder of Spartan and the Death Race, NYT Best Selling Author. Possibly the most hardcore individual on the planet, Joe describes every part of his life and every torturous routine he put himself and the people around him through. It’s pretty incredible. Consistency being the key. Pulling his kids out of bed at 5 am every morning, having a live-in Kung-Fu master to teach his kids, doing a triathlon, and deciding to do the swimming portion even though he wasn’t supposed to because he hadn’t worked hard enough. That’s just a shred of ridiculous things he and Jen talked about in this episode, but he gets results. You’ll have to listen to hear how he and his kids’ lives have benefitted from the strictness, and how he used that mentality to build his Spartan races from the