Author: Jessi Mendoza

Washington State University Alumni, Financial Services Professional, passionate about Self Development and investing in oneself.


I decided to write about what are the highlights of what I have learned in these 3 different subjects. In each subject I have taken a lot of time to learn and to change my mindset on. I hope this help you and this is something that I wish I had even in high school […]

The Power of Habits

We are creatures of habit. That is pretty well known and a cliche. But when do we take a step back and evaluate our daily habits and how productive they are to where we want to go and who we want to be. Every day is a choice. We choose to eat that cheeseburger and […]

Taking Action

There’s only so much that we can watch, read, and talk about. There comes a point where the only step left to do is to jump and take action. That is how you will truly learn how to do something. I am at the stage of my life where I am taking action and deciding […]

Short video on Getting Started

A quick 3 minute video on where to get started and what to do. It is a mentality shift. I did not want to read another book after college. I was conditioned to not like books because I associated it with homework and that’s no fun. Once I learned how important reading was I decided […]

Getting over fear of Judgement & Rejection

Over the course of the past week or so, I have been exploring different mediums for my content. I want to find what works best for me and going along the theme of self-awareness I thought that my next logical step would be video. I started a YouTube channel and have uploaded a few videos […]

Words from the wise

Recently I had a great opportunity to sit down with some very successful people who I look up to. I asked them several questions on their mentality, success, career, and life. I learned so much that I thought I would share with you all. Enjoy 🙂 I have been learning how to give back and […]

Mentality Shift

I used to think what is in it for me. Why should I take the time or money to pay for someone else? Being selfish was simply what I was accustomed to. I need to look out for myself. Boy was I wrong. I didn’t know any different. I was happy. So I thought. I […]