Jari Stessens: Be grateful for every single day that you wake up and be grateful for everything that you already have.

Name: Jari Stessens

Social Media Handle/Username:https://www.instagram.com/jari_stessens/ and

Introduce Yourself/Tell About Yourself: I’m a young business owner with lot’s of ambition and plans to give back to other young people who want to start a business that is related to their passion.

What Inspires You Every day? : The opportunities that we all can capitalize on.

What is some words of wisdom you live by?: Be grateful for every single day that you wake up and be grateful for everything that you already have.

What is your ultimate goal in life? : To make sure I did everything I could in my life to pursue my dreams.

How have you been during the pandemic and how has it affected you? : It changed me a lot, if I’m completely honest. I finally had the time to think carefully about how my company is doing and where I was actually going to, both personally and business wise.

What is a message you would like to give others? : Try something new in these difficult times. Communicate more with your family and best friends.

What else would you like to tell others about you or your life?: Besides my marketing company, (www.js-services.online) I also co-own a Instagram page where we post daily motivational quotes,
especially for young entrepreneurs.(instagram.com/creem.networking/)

Published by TNWTL MOVEMENT

Jeremy Manning -Owner of TNWTL MOVEMENT Corp -Owner Of Palomade

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