There are moments in life where we think that the easiest way to face a problem is by tearing ourselves down. But this should not be the case. Instead, we should learn how to be more kind to ourselves. Jessica Mejia has been through her share of life-changing challenges that, although making breakdowns tempting, helped her see why self-care and love are even more important. In this episode, she joins Jen Du Plessis to talk about the poignant story that led her to the success she is now. At the heart of it is Brooke Castillo’s The Model, a process that allows you to see the thoughts that are serving you and learn to create new ones, a.k.a. neuroplasticity. Jessica shares how it taught her to recognize the things that are no longer serving her and to respect and strengthen her body. Now, as a life coach and Founder and CEO of Coach Curator, For The Fempire Brands, and The Audacity To Be Ambitious Podcast, she guides women into achieving the same unparalleled success through The Model. Join this episode to learn how she does it and more!
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The Model: Empowering Women To Unparalleled Success With Jessica Mejia
I am absolutely delighted to introduce our guest, Jess Mejia. We had the wonderful privilege of meeting each other at a Women of Influence Mastermind Retreat. A lot crushed into a few days. There were 16 or 19 of us and I went, “I like Jess.” We hit it off well. Let me introduce you, and then we want to know your story of how you have broken through the glass ceiling. Jess is a life coach and is a second-generation Honduran-American woman defining generational poverty and empowering ambitious women around the world. Her focus is specifically on helping women.
She’s the Founder and CEO of the Coach Curator, The Fempire brand, and The Audacity To Be Ambitious Podcast. I love that because I’m working on a TV show writing a book that says, “Tell me I can’t.” The audacity to say that you can is crazy. She’s also the creator of a special model to help people overcome adversity. Welcome to the show. I am so excited to dig in and talk about your stories and share them with others so that you can inspire them as well.
Thank you for having me. I love being able to use stories as a way to inspire other people and to always let them know, whether you think it or not, your story can change someone’s life.
Your story is about ready to do that for two reasons. You got a couple of stories. We talk a lot on this show about breaking through glass ceilings and everything from success to significance and making an impact. I know that’s something that you’re doing for other people now as well. There are multiple ceilings that we break through over our lives, not just one. Let’s dig in and tell us about what happened to you because you have a poignant story that happened to you that was the catalyst for everything that brings you to where you are now.
I would love to share and I’m excited to be here because the success to significance, I feel that. You’ll know it in the story. Since I was young, one of the first things I ever wanted to be was a motivational speaker, but people tell you, “For real though, what do you want to be?” Over time, I was groomed to be more acceptable for society within their limits. While I always had this dream to have audacious and ambitious goals, I loved chasing them but I always was set back by things in my life. These things of people telling me to slow down or that I was too loud or too much or I’m smart for a Hispanic girl, which was not technically the terms I heard. It caused a lot of insecurity over the years. Even though I had an outward appearance of confidence and voted most likely to become famous as a senior, I was always fighting an internal battle.It’s not the conditions but the decisions that create the quality of our life. Click To Tweet
As I got married at the age of 24 and became a mom, my husband was an active-duty Marine, I encountered a significant identity crisis and slid right down into postpartum depression. With everything else that I experienced in my life, I didn’t know what was next and how I would get there or didn’t have any passion behind my existence. My husband gets out of the military. To move this fast forward, the year we moved back to the State of Missouri, my mom was diagnosed with her third round of cancer and within four months, she was gone.
I had a pivotal moment that I look back on. I went into her room to say goodbye to her body, but as a stay-at-home mom, I was trying to put learning songs on a tablet for a 1 and a 2-year-old and a double stroller at 1:00 AM before I could even turn around and acknowledge my mom’s loss. My husband at the time was in Highway Patrol Academy that he could not leave. I thought to myself for a split second, “Is this my life?” Fast forward a few months later, I was going through a pile of my mom’s things in my sister’s garage, where I found a notebook of hers. The last sentence she wrote two days before she passed away said, “I wonder if I’ve done enough yet in my life.”
Anyone who’s experienced grief knows that. You’re always looking for something from them. It could even be a pet. You’re always looking for a sign. That was my sign to make it mean something powerful, but what was holding me back was my mind, the depression, the identity crisis. How would somebody like me make my life mean something more so I would never ask myself this question? That is when I found the Model. Through a simple Google search after a huge mental breakdown one night, I googled, “How do I change the way I’m thinking?” I tried to get as basic as I could. That’s when I stumbled across Brooke Castillo and the Life Coach School and something that she taught called the Model.
It was this process of which, through this, you can see the thoughts that are serving you and you can create new ones. You can just make it black and white. It doesn’t have to mean the sad stories or the painful stories or the stories that make you angry. We get to decide that. I got obsessed and I listened to her every single day. Every day, I would go for a walk while the kids napped. I begged for time for my husband to understand whenever he was home, maybe before work or after work that I needed this time to go for my walk. Because of who she is, she also inspired me to tap into that ambition that I had always had before and do something about it.
This is the mic drop moment. In ten months, I got my real estate license, sold enough homes to start my business and began a business as a coach. I went from coaching for free to $5,000 per client and then got recognized by Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi to coach their clients. Also realizing that I had lost nearly 100 pounds in the process from simply loving myself, learning how to create new thoughts, a.k.a. neuroplasticity, that would create the most sustainable pathway for my brain to success.
I want to step back a little bit more because even before or during the time that you had children, you were also on beauty pageants. You had this wonderful success. It’s amazing that you said, “I didn’t have the confidence and the self-image.” You had it at one point in time. You had broken through some ceilings to get that. Being identified as a married woman, a mom, and a wife of a military person, you lost those things, and then they came back up again. They came through the trauma of this last sentence that your mom had to say for herself. It changed everything for you. That’s powerful. How did you get noticed by Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi? How did it come about?
Listening to Brooke, she had sparked me to begin envisioning my life. I’m self-coaching through all of her podcasts because I could not afford her. I couldn’t afford anybody. I was working through it with myself and I was creating this vision. She would explain how you can break down the actions that you can take in your life to create that vision. Because of our best friend, SEO and Google Analytics, Tony Robbins started popping up on my feed, whether it was social media or just a Google search and on my YouTube channels. I was addicted to listening to motivational speaking at this point.
During one of those ads, KBB popped up, the Knowledge Broker Blueprint. At this point, I had begun that turn of selling my first house and having enough money to buy something for myself to invest in a little bit more knowledge. They sold me on the ad of like, “You already have genius. You’ve been through something in your life and you can teach other people how to get through it, too. You just have to be one step ahead.” I did that course. I flew right through it and I started engaging in the community, uplifting every single person in there, and drawing a lot of attention to myself.
Over time, I would have hundreds and thousands of comments on my posts inside of their communities, in which, simultaneously they said, “We’re going to offer speaking spots directly from our community, because we want to hear your story and how you use KBB.” When they did that, I submitted my video and I kept making it through the rounds of over 1,000 applicants in the world. I made it through and the next one, I submitted a three-minute video and made it through. The next thing I know, I made the final cut, which is when they flew me out to Arizona and I spent about four months coaching their clients.
I’m sure that elevated your confidence level as well. Let’s talk about how you were taking care of yourself. We may need to go right into the Model as a result of this because you lost 100 pounds and as you said, “I lost the first 80 without even knowing it because I was taking care of myself.” Were you taking care of yourself from a health perspective before you stepped into the Model or was it just simultaneous or as a part of the Model?
The Model can be applied to anything in life, but I did use it for the thoughts that I was having. My mom passed away from her third battle of cancer, but she also had type 2 diabetes, which exacerbated it so much quicker. What I realized was what I am doing in my life to aid my quality of life and work against preventative disease because my father also has high cholesterol and had had heart attacks. I wanted to be aware of this. I knew that’s what I wanted.
As I listened to Brooke and I’m learning the Model, she said, “Instead of thinking that your body isn’t good enough or that you have a fat body, why don’t you just bring it back to, ‘I have a body.’” She had this challenge where you would notice everything about your body. I’d wash my whole body and be grateful for it. Nourishing my skin, cleaning it, cleaning my hair, and knowing that I’m respecting and providing my body as much dignity as it deserves. Getting out of the shower, putting my leg on the counter, and putting lotion on my skin so that I’m nourishing my skin, even more, preventing cracks or dry flaky skin or rashes, or anything like that. I’m treating myself like I am the queen. This vessel is everything.
Through that, I created such a passion for respecting my body that I naturally became interested in, “What am I putting in it? If I’m putting all of these things on it, scrubbing it clean, and moisturizing, what am I putting inside of it?” I started learning about food and chemicals like high fructose corn syrup that helps cancer grow. When I started doing that, that’s where the pounds were coming off. I knew I had lost 80 pounds, but the first twenty, I didn’t know. I was just like, “This shirt doesn’t fit. I have to pull up these pants. Did they get ruined in the washer?” I did not believe I had lost weight. By the way, I had gained this from emotional eating during my pregnancies and being a stay-at-home mom, so I did notice that.
When I went for my walks every day, listened to the podcast, and wasn’t eating anything with high fructose corn syrup, I learned to stay away from count chemicals, not calories. It happened as a byproduct of me loving myself. I often tell people, “When you drop the hate, you lose the weight.” For women who deal with emotional eating and self-loathing or body dysmorphia and things like that, as a beauty queen, it looks confident, but you’re just comparing yourself against all the other women. You’re hoping that day, you might be good enough. What I didn’t realize is it’s spurred so many insecure thoughts that would later be detrimental to my mental health.
Let’s talk about the Model and how that affected you. Someone is reading and saying, “Whether it’s physical or emotional, I need to make some type of a change.” Not so much about the Model itself because the Model will help, but what is the first step in recognizing and increasing that awareness that you help people with as a life coach?
Whenever you have a thought like, “Whenever they do that, it makes me so angry,” or you look at yourself and the fact that you don’t fit your favorite jeans or a dress that you have in your closet and you’re like, “Aargh,” and you start tearing yourself down. There are these recognizable moments, specifically a woman’s life because that’s who I help. Men have it, too, but I’ve helped women. There are these specific moments where we are either degrading ourselves so much that we are perpetuating negative emotions overtaking our lives or we’re in a relationship environment or situation that perpetuates degrading thoughts.
It could be somebody saying them to you. It could be being in a circle of people where they’re tearing down on each other. This is that important moment. What we have to realize is as soon as you become aware of that, it’s life-changing to know that our brains will copy everything. It is why we are so beautiful as humans. It’s why we’re so innovative. We can create and pass down stories and all of these things. It’s also why we suffer from depression and why we can fear change in our lives or why we are always seeking comfort, which can manifest as an addiction such as food addiction and drug addiction. It’s about recognizing that moment and noticing what that environmental factor is that is perpetuating that thought process, and then doing the intentional work to work on your neuroplasticity with a new thought framework.Whatever you decide will happen. You’ll create the quality of your life based on what you decide to do every day. Click To Tweet
That’s important because we can’t share the Model and say, “Here are the steps here. Here’s what you do.” If you’re not emotionally prepared for it, haven’t heightened the awareness, and increased the recognition of what’s happening on a daily basis to understand that. Let’s say someone’s reading and they’re like, “I told myself that I’m fat,” or whatever people do. “I told myself I’m this. I told myself I’m that.” Is that just a one-off thing or is that like, “I told myself and now I have to go into the Model.”
Where do you see this as writing it down for two weeks and saying, “These are all the negative things I’ve said about myself for the last two weeks? I need help.” It increased the awareness but is it one-time, “Now I need to jump into making this happen,” or is there a pattern of awareness that needs to happen so that you say, “I’ve had enough. I have to make a change.” Otherwise, you go into the Model and you’re not quite ready. I don’t know what the process there that someone should go through.
When you put it that way, it can be like chronic dieting, which is not healthy. If you’re not prepared to love, respect, and strengthen your body for the vessel that it is to fuel your life on this Earth, then no 21-day fix and no beach body is going to do anything for you. It’s the same with the model. Where I start with people is first, “Give me the vision and the version of your best life.” That’s where we start off, and then I say, “Anything that doesn’t serve that, you carry with you a little handbag and if a thought does not serve that, then you throw it out.”
Whenever you have a thought that doesn’t serve it, you can do something that is called a thought download and you can do these as much as you want. If I look back on what I did, I was doing a thought download about maybe a couple of times a week to about once a week. Now, I do one about once a month and that’s over a few years. As humans, we have an average of 60,000 thoughts a day. These thoughts are how we go about creating our life. It’s how we feel, show up and react. It’s everything.
Our thoughts create our feelings and our reactions as humans are based off of those feelings. If we’re happy, we hug. If we’re angry, we stomp off. It’s how we function. To deal with thought download, if somebody’s telling themselves, “I’m disgusting,” that should be a warning sign. First of all, it is such a significant step to know that you have the awareness to be like, “That thought doesn’t make me feel good.” If it’s not something that you wouldn’t say to a sweet little baby girl princess, then don’t say it. Somebody would notice that and go straight into a thought download.
Why do you think that way? How are you feeling at that moment? What caused it? It’s all of the things about it in a thought download, correct?
No. A thought download is the sentences that one after another in every thought that you have. It can be completely out of order, so it can be like, “I’m disgusting. I’m fat. I’m not good enough. My husband told me this three days ago. It hurt my feelings. My sister said that I owe her $5.” It can be everything that’s on your mind that’s weighing you down. In that thought download, the goal is on a separate piece of paper, write down an equal and opposite powerful thought even if you don’t believe it and throw away those negative thoughts, anything that’s disturbing you.
Now, we’re prepared to get into the Model. We’ve got the awareness, we’ve done it and we’re saying, “It wasn’t a date that day. It wasn’t a bad day. This is happening to me. I need to take some action. I’ve had it. I’m putting my foot down.” Walk us through the Model.
I’m going to use an example. I got coached on this. The Model consists of five different parts. Circumstances are provable in court. They are black and white, hard evidence of a situation that exists in the universe. An example of a circumstance is, “The car was on. Somebody said a sentence. I asked a question. The sky is blue. That tree broke.” Those are all circumstances. A circumstance would be, “I got a divorce, not my husband left me because he hates me.” Those are circumstances and circumstances create the thought. Things happen. Let’s say a tree breaks in the yard and that’s a circumstance. Our thought is, “I’m glad nobody got hurt.”
If you’re having a bad day, your thought could well be, “Now, I have to pay to have that tree taken out of the ground. How much is that going to cost? This happens to me all the time.” That would perpetuate a feeling or cause a feeling. We’ve got a circumstance, the tree broke. Thought, “I’ve got to pay for it and fix it.” The feeling that generates let’s say irritability. You’re irritated and what does that make you do? What’s the action you take?
Take it out on other people. Being impatient for everything. Everything else is bigger than it is.
This happened to me. I’m walking around. I’m learning. I call the tree service people and I yell at them.
“It’s their fault that the tree fell and I feel the way I do.”
Every Model has a result, this is the hard line. The result of that specific Model would be that you make it more likely to not enjoy your day and make it more likely that people aren’t happy to interact with you. Depending on what your goal is in life, we could form the results around that but there’s a different way. This is an eye-opener for people. When Brooke told me that I didn’t have to concentrate on my mom’s loss and be stuck in grief, I was like, “Excuse me? Did you tell me that I shouldn’t be crying right now?” I’m sure I’m never going to move on.
“That’s my mom.”
It took me a little bit to warm up to this, but I was like, “I have a choice on how I think and feel.” I always thought that feelings happen to you. When you say that somebody hurt your feelings and you believe that growing up, we believe, and we give power to the world of deciding how we feel. We walk around in our lives, thinking that we aren’t good enough, we don’t love ourselves, we aren’t worthy, we are feeling terrible and it’s all happening to us. When I learned that we could decide I was like, “Oh my gosh.” I was like I was handed this powerful thing. I was like, “I can love my mom and know that I loved her and I can hold that space for her but I can walk around again, without that weight on my chest, if I think of it differently.”
I used the Model when it came to finding her last words. I made it mean the most powerful story that she would ever teach me. The circumstance was that my mother passed away. My thought was, “She left me a message that was meant to change my life for the better.” My feeling was inspired and I changed my whole life. My actions were that I got my real estate license. I sold houses, got clients, and got recognized. I was so determined and the results were, “I made that story change my life and impact the lives of others.”
That’s exactly what it is. It’s funny because as you know, I’m going through something difficult with my husband right now. It’s funny because he’s not the same person that he was because of this life-threatening situation that came about. I’m sure that he’s going through something. It’s too soon and too raw. He still doesn’t know everything. He knows his name. At least he knows his name but there are a lot of things he still doesn’t know. He hasn’t gotten his memory back completely. It’s too soon, but I imagine that he’s going to be going through some type of thinking about this and irritation because it all stems from his mother dying, too.
It all stems from his mother’s death and the trauma that he went through. It doesn’t have to be a big trauma. It can be a loss of a job, a loss of a relationship, a loss of a relationship of a friend, not a spouse, or a loss of business, that would change the way that you turn things around. It’s also bad news, receiving bad news about something that you didn’t expect was going to happen. Tell us a little bit about how this applies to your coaching and life coaching. If you have a big trauma, you should come and see what you can do for them, or is it that, “I want to learn how to rise above these negative circumstances that happened in my life.”
I coach high-functioning, ambitious women around the world. One of the things that happen with these specific women is that they’re high functioning, so they likely have ADHD. It could be undiagnosed, self-diagnosed, or diagnosed but the reason why I say this is because they’re creators. They think a lot, they come up with massive ideas and they have the ability to help so many people and they have. They’re known for being helpers but because of this, they either have before or currently are putting themselves on the back burner.
That fulfillment, that walk that they to take daily, that food that they like to eat, maybe that a hobby that creates fulfillment within their soul like listening to music or painting. I help them overcome this or should I say, I’m a mirror for them to say, “Here are your thoughts using the Model and I want to show you what’s working for you and what’s not working for you.” I want to show you that if you want to get here on the map that this “negative thought or emotion” is going to take you on a course that you don’t want to go. It’s not going to leave.
It’s going to fog up your mirror. You’re not going to be able to see.
Through the Model, I can help them. It’s always with business coaching on one side and life coaching on the other because it’s like, “If you want to execute this goal if you want to attain this, we’ve got to make sure you can believe it first. Let’s figure out what it is that’s holding you back from believing it. Let’s clean that up and let’s see you go out and do your thing.”
That’s powerful. You figured it out and you got it down the pad and everyone could go read about it. As you said with Tony and Dean, the key is to be one step ahead of someone else saying, “I can show you the path and we’ll get there faster.” Than if we try to make the mistakes and go off the path every single time as we’re trying to figure out our roadmap, read our map, and turn our map around trying to figure it out. Tell me about For the Fempire. What is that brand?
Backstory on the Coach Curator so we can understand this. I came up with Coach Curator because I was coaching these ambitious women. After they would have their breakthroughs and believe that they were unstoppable superheroes, which they are, they would then need help with some vision or creativity, and branding it. I organically wound up building a Coach Curator because of that. After a couple of years, I realized I’m only building and branding female businesses. I’m only coaching these women and together, we are the Fempire. On another business venture that I have, that was the tagline, “Together, we are the Fempire.”
I began saying to people, as I’d introduce myself or whatever it may be, I’d be like, “It’s For the Fempire.” “We’re meeting. It’s For the Fempire.” “You got a summit. It’s For the Fempire.” “I’ve got a merch line for yoga pants. It’s For the Fempire.” I realized I was saying, “For the Fempire,” all the time. What I wanted to do is, as somebody who brands, I know a brandable name as soon as I hear it. I was like, “Let me go ahead and snag that.” I used to have a site called JustTheLifeCoach.com but I changed it to ForTheFempire.com because my branding and my life coaching are For the Fempire. Everything that I touch do and grow is For the Fempire.
That is part of your podcast and the networking that you do, the masterminding that you do, and the coaching that you do. All the women that you’re helping are part of this organization.Our thoughts create our feelings, and our reactions as humans are based on those feelings. Click To Tweet
The Fempire is about a movement. You hear about the Boss Babe Movement. Before Boss Babes was ever a business, there were women who had Mary Kay in their hashtagging Boss Babe a couple of years ago. Things like that for some entrepreneurs can be cringy or cheesy. We don’t take it seriously but as a woman who has gone from nothing, paycheck to paycheck, having to move from houses that we couldn’t afford and ants on my baby’s diaper to being able to pay off debt. I custom built our first home and all of these beautiful things, I’ve been that woman who felt so tiny and nothing when I used to fight that imposter syndrome and little things hashtags like #BossBabe or #Fitpreneur or #Fempire, they empowered me when I had nothing else. When I say something it’s For the Fempire, it’s not an organization. It is for the world of women who have ambition within in the audacity to try to believe that they’re capable of doing something about it.
Thank you for clarifying that, too. As we finish out our time here, what are some books that you’re reading right now that are inspiring you to continue to grow?
I am reading Believe It by Jamie Kern Lima. We’re on the same network and my goal is to be her life coach. I’m reading the book, I’m getting to know her and hearing her journey because I can’t tell you how many women come up to me and say, “Jess, you have so much in common with Jamie. You’ve got to read this book.” I’m reading it and I love the normalizing of sharing our stories and how women go from existing with hardly anything going for them to manifesting through their actions, determination, and resilience. Getting knocked down, being told no to making those impossible dreams come true and reframing truly what we’re capable of creating. That’s what I’m reading right now. If you’re running a good story to inspire yourself or maybe you haven’t done anything audacious in a while, definitely read it. Pick up Believe It by Jamie Kern Lima.
Tell us about a quote that motivates you, inspires you or moves you.
I have in a large 3-foot frame the quote that held my hand. That could be a book title. “She was powerful not because she wasn’t scared but because she went on so strongly, despite the fear,” by Harper Lee. It gives me chills that to this day. Let’s say a woman’s reading to this and she’s in the beginning. Maybe she is still having self-doubt. Maybe she’s interested in the Model so she can change the way her thoughts work. I didn’t have the self-love or the confidence to generate new positive, powerful thoughts. I had to borrow them from people.
I borrowed them from Tony, Brooke and I borrowed them from other people who had gone before me. This was a quote that I found a long time ago and I repeated it because I was scared. I kept going forward despite how gut-wrenching. I heard Brooke and she said, “If you feel like you’re going to puke, you’re doing it right.” That’s a funny way. Those two quotes complement each other. One is more eloquent and one is real life.
That’s beautiful. As soon as you started reading it, I only heard the first three words and I thought, “I know this quote because this is so powerful for most women and for men that are reading this because there are plenty of men that are reading this as well.” This is how you can help empower your woman. This is how you can support them and build up their confidence. That’s one of the beautiful things that I love about my relationship with my husband. I love saying we’ve been together because everyone says that. We never used to say it. “We’ve been married for three years, but we’ve been together for eighteen years.” What was your problem? We’ve been together for 42 years and we’ve been married for more than 38 years. When I say that, I can’t believe I’m old enough to say it, but it’s the truth.
That’s one of the things I absolutely love about him is that he’s always been supportive of me, even when he hears something that’s powerful for women. He doesn’t discredit it. He takes it on and says, “Jen, look what I learned.” He doesn’t say anything about it and he starts working on it and I go, “How come you’re acting differently?” He goes, “I learned this thing that I’m supposed to do for you.” It’s beautiful that he said that. If there’s a thought or an action item, what would you like to leave us with now?
This was one that I was going to share with you before. It’s another quote, “It’s not the conditions, but the decisions that they create that create the quality of our life.” That goes for everything that we talked about. Do you want to learn how to decide? Do you want to learn how to defy a circumstance that you’ve been placed in whether it’s generational, economical, if it’s because of your race or ethnicity? As a Latina, I had to overcome what society expected of me. Instead of letting society or the rest of the world frame, what my condition was and what I was going to be capable of creating. I want to remind everybody that whatever you decide will happen and you’ll create the quality of your life based on what you decide to do every day.
That’s important. I think about that even with my daughter and the things that she goes through. I love sharing my stories on my podcast, too because my life is constantly changing. It’s funny because you know that I’m fate forward. We talked about that. It always seems that God brings the right person on the right day for my show. Not the day it’s released and maybe it is for my readers. They’re like, “This is exactly what I need to hear now.”Circumstances create the thought. Click To Tweet
For me, it’s exactly what I needed to hear because of what’s going on in our household and with my husband. My daughter’s going to go through some things. I love that particular quote and I know that was in your bio as well. It is how you react to things and how you take in what you have, and bounce it back off with your superpower, and don’t let it be your kryptonite.” Bounce it back off of you and say, “No, it’s not going to happen.”
No, it’s not going to happen. I’m not going to let it happen and come in here and be my kryptonite. That’s for men or women and we can take so many things in. We’ve gotten soft as we’re recording this. This is at the end of COVID. We’re finally at a point where you don’t have to wear masks anymore in most places. We’ve gotten soft in the sense that we have been sponges and adsorbed and absorbed and now it’s time for us to wring that out and start anew. I’m hoping that’s what people learn from this.
I want to again say thank you, Jess. It was so fun hanging out with you in Salt Lake during our wonderful retreat. I know that we’re going to hang out as well because we’re in another group coaching together. We got suckered into that, but that’s okay. That’s how we grow. I know that we’re going to be able to hang out for another six months or so and way beyond that. Thank you for taking the time to share your story with us and this beautiful idea, that model to change the trajectory of our lives. We appreciate it.
Thank you, Jen.
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About Jessica Mejia
Jess, the life coach is a Second generation Honduran-American woman defying generational poverty and empowering ambitious women around the world. She’s the Founder and CEO of Coach Curator, For The Fempire Brands, and The Audacity To Be Ambitious Podcast. As a coach for female entrepreneurs and career driven women, her passion and skills help them conquer the arena’s of their business, bodies, and brands!
Aside from curating a powerful brand presence, she specializes in reframing their neural pathways. Using a special tool called “The Model”, that she once used to create unparalleled success of her own, in a matter of 10 months. Out to become an inspirational force to be reckoned with Jess is on a mission to become one of the most famous motivational speakers for women in the world, because reaching 1 million won’t stop her from helping 1 more!
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