Habits and Hustle helps share the stories, habits, and rituals of people's journeys on living fulfilled lives. Host Jennifer Cohen interviews thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and overall extraordinary people who share their insight and open up about the normally hidden aspects that have made a difference in their success.
Episode 104: Jamie Kern Lima – Co-founder of IT Cosmetics (Acquired by L’Oréal), Forbes 60 Most Successful Self-Made Women
Jamie Kern Lima is a Co-founder of IT Cosmetics (Acquired by L’Oréal), One of Forbes 60 Most Successful Self-Made Women, and Author of “Believe It”. Starting as a Denny’s server and writing a business plan on a honeymoon with her husband to grinding for years into selling her company for over 1 Billion Dollars, Jamie has a lot to say. Inspired by the sheer lack of transparency in her own searchable history and the facade around success in the industry she reaches out to tell the whole story when so many others refuse. All of her faults, all of her downfalls, all of the times she trusted her gut, and all of the victories that came from it. Tackling the make up industry’s struggle with showing real women with real problems she pushed and pushed through failure after failure risking everything she had for a spot on QVC becoming the largest beauty brand in its history. Industry secrets no more. Jamie wants you to know them. She’s pleading for you to hear what everyone else is keeping to themselves. Don’t kick yourself down the line, check this episode out and fill the ins-and-outs you’ve been missing.Youtube Link to this EpisodeJamie's WebsiteJamie's BookJamie's Instagram
Episode 103: Logan Ury – Director of Relationship Science at Hinge, Dating Coach & Behavioral Scientist
Logan Ury is the Director of Relationship Science at Hinge, Dating Coach & Behavioral Scientist. Logan breaks down her dating coaching and what can be found in her new book “How to Not Die Alone”. Explaining her 3 Tendencies in daters and expertly putting into words the struggles many of us have, especially since everything went to apps, and especially through the pandemic. Offering advice and guidance for new daters, to long time daters, to people going through a divorce, and more. Maybe you’re happily dating or married and don’t see anything in this at all, but that might not always be the case. And for the rest of us, if things just haven’t been working or you find the whole “dating thing” frustrating or even scary, this is the person to listen to. Why wouldn’t you take dating advice from the Director of Relationship Science at Hinge?Youtube Link to This EpisodeLogan's WebsiteLogan's Book
Episode 102: Jason Feldman – Co-Founder & CEO at Vault Health
Jason Feldman is the Co-Founder & CEO at Vault Health which is currently one of the largest Covid testing companies in America. Coming from Amazon’s video department with a pursuit in the health field from a young age, Feldman leads us through how he somehow stumbled into his lifelong passion and how he kept it alive launching a rebrand into a stock market crash and a global pandemic. He generates excitement for what the future of healthcare could be and one that his company could help create. Through the loosening of minds, especially men's’, when it comes to talking about and receiving care to a focus on mind and body, he continues to rail against the costs and stigma surrounding the field while defining a path to actual solutions. The story of how he pivoted his “men’s health” company into a leader in at-home Covid testing alone is enough to inspire anyone to fight to the end. Don’t miss it.
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Episode 101: Nick Taranto – Founder of HOP WTR, Co-Founded Plated (Acquired by Albertsons), Serial Founder.
Nick Taranto is the Founder of HOP WTR, Co-Founded Plated (Acquired by Albertsons), and is a Serial Founder. From his childhood taking candy kids didn’t want from Halloween and trying to resell it, to selling a business in his 20s for over 100 million dollars, to his most recent endeavors in non-alcoholic beer, Nick has been business-minded for as long as he can remember. Discussing the importance of risking big while you can, and growing and finding time for reprioritizing, he shows what it means to be successful young and bring that success through life without burning out. He also gives us a little eye-opening behind the scenes for his Shark Tank appearance. Having trouble taking your ideas from your brain and bringing them into real life? Wonder why this guy ran 87 miles at one time and how that aligns with his success? Nick’s wild, and someone you can really only experience from the man, himself. Don’t miss it.Youtube Link to this EpisodeHOP WTRNick’s Twitter
Episode 100: Charles Koch (Billionaire, Philanthropist) and Brian Hooks (CEO of Stand Together)
Charles Koch is a Billionaire Businessman, CEO of Koch Industries, and Philanthropist. Brian Hooks is his writing partner and Chairman & CEO of Stand Together. These two document their time together and expand on the several year journey of writing their new book “Believe in People.” Exploring the gifts and talents of those who may have come from extreme struggle, those without college degrees, or even those who’ve spent time behind bars. Charles and Brian discuss the importance of meeting people where they are and helping them to “self-actualize” to become their best, most successful self. They propose the notion of selfless selfishness, and the foundation of being a social entrepreneur, divulging what it might be that keeps Charles passionate and working at a level no one has been able to compete with forgetting the fact that he’s also 85! Wanting to hear from the man eclipsing Disney and Boeing combined? Worried about your own worth or lack of experience, and what the world’s 11th richest man surprisingly might think about it? This episode’s for you.Youtube Link to this EpisodeBook: Believe in People
Episode 99: Tony Robbins – #1 Life & Business Strategist, #1 NYT Best-Selling Author, and Philanthropist
Tony Robbins is the #1 Life & Business Strategist, #1 NYT Best-Selling Author, and Philanthropist. In this quick, spit-fire episode, Jen picks at what makes Tony, truly, the best at what he does. Through his mastery of form and tried-and-true experience, Tony exhibits a master class in what it takes to achieve success while appreciating the struggles and the person you become along the way. Working for others and not just yourself, the importance of forming rituals, body and mind transformation, and an astounding amount more are covered in this blitz of an episode. Looking to learn from the best? What are you waiting for? It’s Tony Robbins, how could you possibly miss this one?Youtube Link to This EpisodeTony's New Year ChallengeTony's Instagram
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