Category Archives: Mindset

3 Business Lessons I Learned, Believe It or Not, From Watching the ‘Jonas Brothers’ Documentary

Hi beauties, I just published another article on Entrepreneur.com! It’s called: 3 Business Lessons I Learned, Believe It or Not, From Watching the ‘Jonas Brothers’ Documentary I got so inspired about this documentary, that I wrote a blog, pitched an article, followed up for weeks, wrote the article, edited the article to add a bunch of business research and links, and… Voila! The funny thing is that even after all that perseverance and the triumph of […]

Create a Map to the Life of Your Dreams

Come take a ride with me!!! A real one, right now – in my car, around L.A. I’m going to show you how creating the life of your dreams is just like following your GPS.   I’m super excited about this one. It’s one of my favorite teachings and now we can actually DO THIS together.  You’ll have fun. Trust me!   Because I know you well enough to know that you and I have some things […]

[New Video] How I Went From Math Teacher to 7-Figure CEO

Imagine adding a zero to your monthly income. How would that feel? I want you to think about your current monthly income and play with this idea. So if you make $10,000 a month, how would $100,000 a month feel? If you make $2,000 a month, how would it feel to bring in $20,000? If you make $50,000 a month, how would $500,000 a month feel? Feel into both of these numbers – the number […]

Why I Said YES to Coaching

Have you thought about hiring a coach? Maybe you’ve you been tempted to say yes but then backed out.  Hiring a coach can be scary – I know this from experience. I also know that saying yes to coaching, changed my life. And continuing to say yes to coaching has allowed me to build a thriving seven figure business – and transform the framework of my life.  I hired my first coach when I was […]

Moving Out of the Middle Class Mindset

Before I started Jesse Johnson Coaching, I taught high school algebra to inner city students in NYC public schools. I became a teacher because I thought dedicating my life to working with a population of people who I knew had been disenfranchised was the solution to systemic racism in our country, and I wanted to have a big impact at that level. So I worked harder and harder, thinking if I continued to put in […]