In this episode of Hustle Inspires Hustle, we talk with Jeff Cole, the creative hustler turned co-founder of Ikonick. Jeff talks about how Ikonick came to be and how he learned to combine hustle, creativity, and social media to create art that the world has ever seen.
In this conversation, Jeff Cole and Alex Quin shared the following wisdom nuggets:
● How Ikonick blew up within a year
● Learning to be patient with success
● Acting on “your moment” when the time comes
● The biggest obstacles creative entrepreneurs
● Is there a formula to building a company?
● Is life as an entrepreneur easy once you’ve “made it’?
● Putting that work in to be a success
● Working with the “big dogs” like Gary V., Adidas, and more
[00:49] What inspired you to go with design?
[2:45] When was the moment when your opportunity blew up?
[6:16] What was your first major project?
[10:48] What role did patience play in your growth as an entrepreneur?
[14:26] What are some of the biggest obstacles other entrepreneurs make?
[16:32] Being real about the entrepreneurial journey
[21:03] What projects do you have coming in the future that you are most excited about?
[25:14] How did you feel about working with a mentor?
[30:50] Austin, the 19-year old content superstar working with Jeff and Ikonick to make
“Since I was a kid, I had no idea how I was going to make money with art...”
“I don’t create something without being inspired by something.”
“Patience is now more important than when I was an 18-year old kid...”
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On this episode of Hustle Inspires Hustle, Alex Quin interviews Joshua Church, the co-founder of Edge Theory Labs. Joshua explains that cold immersion does not need to be as extreme as people think, and that a temperature of 57°F (14°C) is enough to experience the benefits. He shares his experience of taking ice baths in high school and then in Iceland, and how it has become a popular trend among the general market. Joshua encourages listeners to take small steps and push themselves out of their comfort zone in order to reach their goals.
Alex Quin is a full-stack marketing expert and global keynote speaker. Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of UADV Marketing - a member of the Forbes Agency Council.