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What happens when an iconic brand like Russ & Daughters gets a makeover? Find out on this week's episode of After the Jump, as Grace Bonney is joined by Jen Snow, Director of Media and PR at Russ & Daughter, and designer/artist Kelli Anderson. Find out what went into the brand redesign and how Jen & Kelli were able to maintain the soul and spirit of the 100 year old company while modernizing the look and feel of Russ & Daughters. This program was sponsored by Edwards VA Ham.

"You walk into Russ & Daughers and there are 100 years of stories!" [08:00]

Jen Snow on After the Jump

"We did not want to turn Russ & Daughters into the Epcot version of Russ & Daughters. We wanted to analyze what it was about the place that brought all these people together." [17:00]

--Kelli Anderson on After the Jump


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We all know what it's like to be jealous. Jealousy is often considered one of the worst emotions but why is jealousy tinged with so much negativity? On a shorter format episode of After the Jump, Grace Bonney explains why she thinks jealousy is a good thing. It's not as radical as it sounds! There's perhaps no faster or clearer tool for showing you exactly what you want than jealousy. All the people you're jealous of can and probably should be the people you add to your network of friends collaborators and coworkers. Tune in and find out how to turn jealousy into something much more productive. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"I've come to the conclusion that jealousy gets a bad wrap." [01:00]

"If jealousy and desire have the power to make us feel something so strongly, surely they have the power the help us do something good too!" [02:00]

"What the internet doesn't show you is all the times things didn't work out." [02:00]

"Whenever I get that familiar pang of jealousy - I make myself stop and simmer with it until I'm able to make sense of what I'm feeling." [08:00]

--Grace Bonney on After the Jump


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Risk is incredibly important. It helps you set yourself apart from the pack and teaches you valuable business and personal lessons, but people are reluctant to talk about risk publicly. Today on After the Jump, Grace Bonney is joined by two business owners who talk freely about the risks they took in both of their endeavors. Hear from Gaby Dalkin, founder of What's Gaby Cooking, and Crista Freeman of Phin & Phebes Ice Cream. From PR companies to off-beat cookbooks, find out what decisions both women made to turn into the successful entrepreneurs they are today. This program was sponsored by Of a Kind.

"The difference between reckless and risk is planning." [07:00]

--Grace Bonney on After the Jump

"Some of the biggest risks I've taken have resulted in really awesome things. If I feel strongly about something I'm just going to do it." [09:00]

--Gaby Dalkin on After the Jump

"There's only so much you can project in spreadsheets and analysis. It always comes back to my gut. As an entrepreneurs you always learn how to hone in on that." [10:00]

--Crista Freeman on After the Jump


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