My Purpose is simple...

Enjoy the journey, and make a positive impact along the way.

Hey, My name is Jesse!

I'm on a mission to solve the worlds biggest problems. And, if I'm going to do that, I'm going to need some help along the way.

This site will be a platform for me to share some of the things I've learned, mistakes I've made, and opportunities I've come across.

I'm looking to create abundance in this world, and help others do the same.

I appreciate the digital world for the transmutation of knowledge. But, I fear that we are building a society that sits behind a computer for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. This will go on for the rest of our lives, as I don't see society becoming less technologically advanced over the years.

Instead of sitting behind a computer my whole life, I'm looking to help society evolve into a 21st-century masterpiece.

  • clean energy
  • Hemp, and other renewable resources
  • public-private partnerships
  • Opportunity Zones
  • corporate responsibility

These are just some of the tools we have at our disposal to help make the world a better place.

Why sit behind a computer our whole lives? Unfortunately, some of the smartest people in our generation will spend their lifetimes getting people to click buttons on their screens. We were not put on this planet to sit behind screens. We were put on this planet to help others, make a positive impact, and enjoy the world around us.

Are you with me?

Come on! Join me on the journey.

It's going to be a wild ride.

Talk soon,

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What I'm Doing Professionally

The Theory of Success (publisher)

The Theory of Success is a management and strategy consulting firm.

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Cloud Nine Capital invests in clean energy, agriculture, and supply chain bottlenecks.


Quadality is a philosophical framework for making sense of reality.

Check out My NEW Book

The Millennial Merger: How to Sell, Manage, Empathize, and Communicate in a Multi-Generational Workforce

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Learn How Digital Natives Listen, Think, and Act in the 21st Century.

Our social, political, religious, and corporate constructs are rapidly changing. The status quo from 50 years ago is irrelevant today.

We live in a new age, where our thoughts are shared instantly, and our processes are streamlined with software.

The generations entering the workforce today are much better equipped to thrive in the 21st century, while the older generations try to play catch up.

This book will allow people of all ages to understand how the thought process of the new generation has evolved over the years.

With insight into how young professionals think, we can make decisions that will positively impact our world for decades to come.

How I Got Here

In order to get to where I'm going, I have had to dig deep by going beyond my known capacity. I'm always pushing for new frontiers, and find myself taking risks and pushing myself beyond my capabilities. Over the past few years, I’ve been focused on integrating strong frameworks into my life. Here are some of the thing's I've pushed to develop within myself over the years:

Removing all the noise in life that has become a distraction.

Finding my flow state (or zone of genius).

Using the compound effect, and leveraging momentum.

Only focusing on one thing at a time (by putting one foot in front of the other).

Finding the right advisors, mentors, partners, and vendors.

Finding the right advisors, mentors, partners, and vendors.

Finding the key metric that drives growth.

Honing my mental and emotional compartmentalization skills.

Recognizing opportunities, yet saying no to 100% of the distractions.

Delaying gratification and taking a risk on myself.

Communicating and connecting to give, instead of get.

Encouraging cognitive dissonance within my day to day life.

Asking the tough questions that make me (and others) feel uncomfortable.

Building relationships with good people (and moving away from bad ones).

The reality is, implementing all these practices has been a bumpy road. I have had to learn the hard way more than a handful of times. Patience is a lesson I have learned too many times to count.

The path I'm walking down is neither easy or straightforward. Even now, I realize the obstacles I may face over the next few decades would be daunting to most. I also realize that I don't fully understand the depth of the commitments I've made to myself and society. 

But, when someone knows it's their civic duty to facilitate change, there's very little someone can do to get in their way. Our planet needs to be lead by authentic and competent people who can ease society into the new age.

As I've Integrated These New Practices Into My Life, I Have Learned a Few Things.

The best way to learn is to shut our mouths and listen.

If we want success, we have to be ready to take the next step - RIGHT NOW.

No one has a guidebook with the right answers.

Coachability and constructive criticism are great tools for growth.

Change is the universal law of the universe.

Identifying the gap (or obstacle) is usually common sense if we just open our eyes and utilize our senses.

Relationship with ourselves, as well as relationships with ideas and things, create the frames that shape how we view our relationships with other people.

All humans want are desirable emotional states.

Awareness + Energy = Momentum

Balancing the duality between a long term vision, and short term action items.

There's no replacement for hard work.

Communication & energy awareness are the two most important skill sets.

The reason relationships go awry is typically due to either an expectation or communication gap.

You can get smart from another person’s knowledge, but you cannot become wise from another person’s wisdom.

None of these are particularly revolutionary. I have just been blessed enough to go through circumstances that have created a strong foundation for problem-solving. I'm able to utilize these frameworks to solve personal and professional problems for both myself, and others. I realized very early on in my career that there are really only a few important skills. Reading, writing, speaking, listening. Knowing how to intake information, process it, and output a result is the most fundamental supply chain in human consciousness.

What Now?

If you're looking to invest or get your project funded...

Visit CloudNine.Capital to see what investments we're currently focused on.

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If you're looking for advisory work or free downloads...

Visit The Theory of Success to see how our firm can facilitate your growth.

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If you're looking to learn about millennials...

Visit The Millennial Merger to better understand how millennials listen, think, and act.

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