► Jean is the co-founder & Chief Communications Officer of The Regear Group LLC. Entrepreneur, empowerment mentor, author, and all-around tech-chick, she's spent the majority of her freelance career ghostwriting and assisting numerous blog writers, non-profits, and small business owners. As advertising platforms started to change, Jean began working more and more on various social media campaigns and even more books for others. This work prompted her to author her very first book, You Define Your Own Success: 5 Steps to Living the Life You Never Knew You Wanted... Until Now.
What Jean has to say about herself:
I exist for one reason, and one reason only: to be a constant, consistent, POSITIVE force in the world; a source of encouragement who helps others find the STRENGTH and the POWER to be their very best selves. All lives matter. Your life is important to you (or, at least, it should be), and it’s important to me!
I'm here to help you discover you; to help you find your MOTIVATION, your driving force, the things that excite you and keep your soul ablaze. Business. Life. Love. This crazy world. All these things can be tough to navigate, but your life doesn't have to be a ball of confusion. You can have balance among them all. Give me a chance to prove it to you.
I spent a lot of years so concerned with the opinions of others, that I wasn’t really living my own life. I’d be so concerned with others' feelings towards me that I focused more on getting them to accept me than making sure that I accepted myself. It wasn’t until I met my husband that my life really began to change. I was a roaring cage of swirling emotions, allowing anyone or anything to change my mood. He wasn’t that way at all. He was rational, even-keeled… a problem-solver. I didn’t know how to react to his demeanor. His calmness would actually make me angry. (Yes, completely dumb, right?!?)
Anyway, slowly (and I mean, slo-owl-ly-y), I began to change. I started taking cues from my husband. I took notes on his ability to handle both good and bad situations. I remembered him telling me about a period in his life when he read any book he could get his hands on – any book about self-improvement, effective communication, and the like. So, I started reading books and watching YouTube videos by people like Terri Savelle Foy, Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, and Tony Robbins. (There are several more.) I really started to focus on myself and going after my own version of happy.
Changing the way I think has changed my life in so many ways. I’m not perfect, and I don’t get it right all the time, but I’m thankful I had the guts to try something different; to learn more. Otherwise, I never would've made it to where I am now. So, that’s why I’m here. I want to share what I know and help you grow into the person you've always dreamed of being.