Author Archives: Jesse Johnson

Skydive Into 2019

Happy New Year! If you know me, you know I move fast. I just feel like there’s no excuse NOT to be living out my wildest dreams and highest service right now. So if you’re like me, you’ve done your reflections on the end of the year. You’ve cleaned up your act, released the past, and set your intentions. (If not, do that first! It’s SO helpful and it doesn’t have to take long or […]

Ready to Master Time?

Do you ever promise yourself you’ll do something, and then not do it? Do you find yourself super busy doing anything and everything… except that one thing you really need to do to ensure success? You’re not alone. Whether it’s a meeting or social event (when was the last time you cancelled – or were relieved the other person did?) a key action step for your business, or a positive lifestyle change – everybody has […]

Ninja Your Way Out of Imposter Syndrome

Pause whatever you’re doing for a second. I want to get clear on something really important. You realize you can do literally anything you want, right? Want to build a 7-figure business in a year? You can do that. Want to live in a mansion on a cliff overlooking the ocean? You can do that! Want to make a million dollars and give it all away to save the ocean? Yep, you can do that […]

Breaking Free From Your Family Lineage

  “If you think you’re enlightened, go spend a week with your family.”— Ram Dass   Here’s the truth: once you reach the age of 18, you are no longer your mother’s daughter. You are no longer your father’s son. You are related, you are family. The contract of taking care is over – and everything else is a choice. If you’re visiting your family for the holidays – and let’s be honest, even if […]

Ruminations on Faith: The Superpower

Yesterday a dear friend asked me what my most important or principle virtue is, and for a solid 16 hours I had no idea.  I’ve contemplated and meditated on virtues a lot before, but when the question hit, I drew a blank. I’ve been reading this lovely trilogy called Legends of Muirwood by Jeff Wheeler.  In it the heroine is constantly practicing trusting, surrendering and believing in order to find the solutions to difficult problems. […]