My first book, Surviving Trafficking & The Anti-Trafficking Movement.
Healing With Benefits
Owning Your Power & Sharing Your Stories. Ten Step-By-Step Modules with practical tools and tricks!
Experience is the mother of all teachers but...
she is a reckless b*tch.
At the hand of her pimp, Jes received a crash course in sales, marketing, negotiation, problem-solving, work ethic, and how not to lead. With the help of a sex worker, Jes was able to escape trafficking, but that was only the beginning...
Jes went public with her story in 2009, determined to change the world. What she discovered was more horrific than she could have imagined. Slavery impacts every person on the planet.
This is her journey. The paradigm shifts that took a happily married mom of five into the forefront of the Anti-Trafficking Movement... Only to lose everything.
She couldn't create solutions while playing by the same rules, so she changed the game.READ THE BOOK
Demystifying The Art & Science Of Online Business
I believe we are experiencing one of the most significant shifts in the recorded history of humanity, and for the first time, safety and joy are attainable for every underdog.
Only 100 years ago, about 1% of homes had both indoor plumbing and electricity. Hold onto that for a second...
History In A Nutshell: Slavery, Marketing, And Mental Health
"The only thing we learn from history is that we never learn from history." ~Unknown
For over a decade, this was my favorite quote, and it led me down the path of studying history from many different perspectives. Below is a portion of my book, Everything I Know I Learned From My Pimp and it's one of my favorites.
The 3 Biggest Differences Between Networking In Real Life Vs. Online
Leads are a critical part of a business; there are no sales without leads, which means no business. Back in the day, I went to networking meetings and events; the local Chamber Of Commerce was the biggest resource for most business owners. The relationships within the Chamber changed the opportunities in my life, but they were family.