Jamey Jasta's list of accomplishments doesn't just include leading longtime metalcore favorites Hatebreed for nearly two decades, but also owning his own record label, releasing solo and side-project albums, hosting television shows and podcasts, and overcoming alcoholism. If there's a metal leader who can offer you some #MondayMotivation this week, this is your dude.
Watch above as the Connecticut-born musician tells Fuse how he's kept his industry relations strong and hasn't gone down any destructive paths simply by remembering to treat others well—a value his dad instilled in him at a young age.
Come back to Fuse.tv every Monday morning for inspiration from top stars to start the week right, as part of our Life Lessons series.
After you get some inspiration from Jasta above, watch him talk about Hatebreed's just-released new album, The Concrete Confessional, below: