21st CE Radio presents | “Creating A Business That Fulfills Your Personal Life & Vision” | Aired Friday, February 12, 2016 at 12 NOON | Call us between 12 Noon and 1pm at 877-480-4120

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This Friday February 12 we will be airing another episode of “21st Century Entrepreneur” which is an Internet Radio Program aimed towards educating business owners and their advisors on how to make their businesses more successful and profitable.  It is a show hosted by JC Maldonado who is the CEO of BizGro Partners and Joan Pelzer, the founder of Joan Pelzer Media.  This week we will discussing how to design your business around your personal life.  We will be interviewing Jessicka Chamberlin who helps business owners develop a business that fulfills their personal goals.  She has training as a coach and adviser as well as a hand’s on business owner.  Her bio is below.

Further, we have had some interesting shows of late which have featured interviews with successful entrepreneurs.  To hear recorded versions of these shows, click on 21st Century Entrepreneur Archives.  Also feel free to chat about our show using hashtag #21stCE or #BizGroAlliance @BizGroPartners @21stCERadio.  Feel free to touch base with us if you have any questions by email at askbgp@bizgropartners.com.  You can also call us LIVE on the show at (877) 480-4120.



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By all rights, Jessicka Chamberlin’s childhood should have been light as air.

The CEO of Creative Human Capital grew up on a 100-acre farm in Carlisle, Pennsylvania: the product of sloping hills, rich pastureland, and goofball humor.  An All-American athlete and straight-A student, Jessicka was surrounded by beauty, laughter, and love.

But the kindhearted blond never felt fully comfortable.  She looked deeper, and crusaded with more passion than everyone else—and it showed.  Athletic or not, the visionary farm girl was quite thoroughly an outsider.

As it turned out, she was far ahead of her time.

To feed her quest, she went to work for herself.  She ran a thriving corn stand with her sisters.  She founded a busy landscaping business.  While a student at American University, she took over the operation of her hometown recreational program.  She coached a boys’ basketball team, and became the legal guardian to two boys whose family was in dire straits.

But Jessicka never forgot her mission: to find the key to unconditional happiness.  Growing up, she’d seen too much the tendency in humans to squander their resources, or live out their lives without tapping the surface of all they were capable of.  She determined to change that—first for herself, and then for others.

Based on her dream and her vision, Jessicka Chamberlin founded Creative Human Capital.

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