Jessica Zweig is the CEO of SimplyBe. Agency, an international award-winning personal branding firm, serving clients across the globe. She is the author of #1 best selling book, “Be. - A No B.S. Guide to Increasing Your Self Worth and Net Worth by Simply Being Yourself,” published by Sounds True (Macmillan). Jessica was named a Personal Branding Expert by Forbes, 2020's Most Notable Entrepreneur by Crain's, the 2018 and 2019 Stevie® Award winner for “Female Entrepreneur of the Year,” and a Top Digital Marketer to Watch by Inc. On a mission to debunk the perception that personal branding is an act of vanity, Jessica believes that, when done right, personal branding is an act of service, a social responsibility, and a positive investment toward a positive future. "When you set yourself free to Simply Be, you set the world free."
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John Jonas helped thousands of entrepreneurs succeed in their business by doing outsourcing differently. He created the world’s largest website for finding Filipino Virtual Assistants, OnlineJobs.ph, which has over 1,000,000 Filipino resumes and hundreds of thousands of employers from around the world using it. He works about 17 hours per week, choosing to spend his time with his family rather than working.
John is highly renowned for his expertise in hiring rock star virtual assistants, helping business owners accomplish genuine freedom. John's mission also helps talented Filipino VAs overcome the economic challenges of living on an island by providing opportunities to make incomes well above their national average so they, too, can spend more time at home.
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Grace Valentine is the definition of your internet BFF. She is refreshing, relatable, and inspirational. Through her three books, her podcast, and her mini books on Instagram, Grace helps women in their twenties navigate challenges within college life, their relationship to their body image, and how to settle into adult life. Through the lens of faith, Grace is also here to help redefine what it means to be a Christian by showing others that Christianity is not lame–it is an adventure worth living. Today, Grace believes that the Church has failed women and wants to highlight a new narrative that women are respected in the Bible.
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