About the blog & the author

IMG_0514This blog is designed to encompass two main ideas.

1. We are all a “boss in the middle”.  If you live on the planet earth and are in your right mind, you are a “boss in the middle”.  Why?  Because you have free will.  You have the freedom to do whatever you want.  You are truly your own boss.  With those choices comes consequences.  This blog is meant to inspire and influence people towards enlightening and righteous goals, so that the consequences are positive.

2. Most people are exactly where their life choices have led them.  As a “boss in the middle” you are a leader.  Some people embrace this mindset and become intentional leaders.  Others don’t even know they’re a “boss in the middle” until it’s too late.  This blog aims to help those that intentionally lead and motivate those who don’t realize that they are already leaders.

The author of this blog is Jerome D. Jackson.  You can check my credentials here.

I was born and raised in South Jersey, where I eventually met my beautiful wife.  We have four wonderful children and I am very blessed.  I currently reside in Rocklin, CA.

I have a strong faith in God, as he has brought me further than I ever imagined.  I went through a very dark time in my life.  I won’t go into the details of my war story, so let’s just say I no longer pursue a destructive lifestyle.

I would much rather dwell on the hope.

I basically write about my journey.  My career brings me into contact with many individuals all across the United States.  I can truly say that I learn something from everyone and those interactions fuel the pages of this blog.

God’s love and leadership are the main themes.  I utilize my life and work experiences in order to write compelling articles.  The intent is to help others make wise choices.

I also have a desire to leave something for my children, as they are currently too young to understand everything in my head.

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