• jesse lear blog sortWhy Your Ability To “Sort” Will Determine Your Fate In Business
    In the past, people often failed in their pursuits due to lack of available information. But that’s no longer the case. Thanks to the Internet, we now have access to more information than we could …
  • jesse lear blog behaviorBehavior: What To Do When “Trying” Isn’t Working
    Lately, I’ve been re-learning the importance of “associations” when it comes to changing habits/behavior…even in little things like quitting sugary drinks. I used to think that the …
  • jesse lear blog desiresWhy Criticizing Your Desires is Keeping You Stuck
    I think it’s so important to slam on the brakes anytime we catch ourselves demonizing a state of being that we want…or glorifying a state of being that we don’t want. It always makes me …
  • jesse lear blog life fairLife Isn’t Fair, and That’s Great News
    We love to complain about things that aren’t fair. What we often forget, though, is that unfairness is sometimes a huge blessing. If you think about it, a world of absolute fairness would actually be …
  • jesse lear fortune cookie blogThe Fortune Cookie That Warned Me
    Walk into my office and the first thing you’d notice might be the big bowl of fortune cookies on my coffee table. I like the way they taste, and the usual candy bowl just isn’t interesting enough. …
  • jesse lear blog standardsWHY YOUR STANDARDS DETERMINE YOUR SUCCESS
    The more high-achievers I meet, the more I’m convinced that there’s ONE primary factor that makes them different from everyone else: They hold themselves to higher standards. Every one of us …
  • jesse lear blog money bricksWHAT MOST PEOPLE DON’T “GET” ABOUT MONEY
    Money is like a pile of bricks. You can throw bricks at people in an act of hate, or you can build an orphanage with them in an act of love. The bricks don’t care either way. They are nothing but …
  • jesse lear blog routineThe 2-Minute Routine That Made Me Happier
    Routine is essential. Especially for those of us who hate it. While many of us (especially entrepreneurs) tend to reject the idea of every day being the same, the truth is that we all need a certain …
  • jesse lear close to success blogHow To Know If You’re Getting Close To Success
    It’s a natural human tendency to assume that progress is linear; that success will arrive one piece at a time, in an obvious and orderly fashion, until the puzzle is finally complete. It seems logical …