Everyone has a purpose in life, a why and a what for. It is only a matter of seeking through education and personal and professional development that each person’s purpose can become clear. Some people come to the answer through traumatic or difficult experiences.
Jesse Tee is a man who has had “a hell of a life experience.” He is originally from East Boston where he lived a difficult childhood, with his father being addicted to heroin until the last 10 years of his life. Besides this, Jesse too was involved in using and selling drugs, but when he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, this changed.
Her short seven day life inspired Jesse and his wife Alicia, to create a non-profit named “Alana’s Angels.” The non-profit serves and supports those that have experienced the loss of a child from miscarriage or up to the passing of an adult child.
All of this, along with the fact that Jesse served in the U.S. Navy seeing many places and forming beautiful friendships, drives him to this day. In 2006, he opened his first company. Since then, he has opened three more. Two were learning lessons as Jesse likes to call them and two are extremely successful to this day.
Since he was a child, Jesse had always felt the entrepreneurial flame burning inside him. He used to buy, sell and trade comics and sportscards, and would organize carnival games for his friends to play for coins.
Jesse wanted to get into entrepreneurship and business because he wanted to learn how to create wealth for himself and his family. Eventually it occurred to him that this was his vocation and that advising people on how to live would become part of his life’s work.
In the coming months, Jesse’s projects include working with Paul Getter to expand his company, as well as focus on growing the reach and impact of his podcasts.