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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.

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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
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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/
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
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/
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
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/
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
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/
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
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/
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
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/
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
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
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Aakash Amanat

I love the topic of "Habits and Hustle"! It's amazing how our daily habits can truly shape the course of our lives. Building positive habits not only helps us stay disciplined but also paves the way for success. https://www.pinterest.com/PackagingMart/ Hustle, on the other hand, is that relentless drive and determination to achieve our goals. It's the fuel that keeps us going even when the going gets tough. When habits and hustle work hand in hand, there's almost no limit to what we can accomplish. https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/packaging-mart

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