Start Here

Hi, my name is Jason Treu. And I’m one of the top business and executive coaches in the world (and you can listen, watch and read my interviews in the media here).

Welcome to BeExtraordinary.tv!

But don’t let the “Business & Executive Coach” title fool you.

I don’t know about you, but I haven’t mastered my life yet. Not by a long shot. Why?

Because I ain’t dead yet. It’s far from over.

I got a lot to learn. A helluva lot.

But, I HAVE figured a few things out.

And one of the big things is telling people exactly the thing they need to hear at precisely the right time. Which is what makes me a great business and executive coach.

And one of the things people need to hear is this: YOU. ARE. EXTRAORDINARY.

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It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, how much money is in your bank account or where you went to school.

None of that matters.

Regardless of what life has given you so far, you are remarkable. And capable of accomplishing EXTRAORDINARY and EXCEPTIONAL things.

But what happens is life gets in the way and we end up settling for mediocrity. We let our old stories, limiting beliefs, values and emotions hold us back. We give into our fears.  We find safety and security in our comfort zone. But guess what?

IT’S A TRAP!

You see, we all started out with a blueprint in our minds of the amazing life we wanted to live. We’re all looking for something bigger… something better… something more fulfilling.

Whether it is starting your own business… advancing your career…being a leader…building the relationship that matter…or making your mark in the world.

But something happens along the journey…

We get blown off course through setbacks, fears and disappointments. We lose courage, confidence and the belief that we could make that blueprint a reality.

I feel your pain. I know it gets very challenging.

Why do I say that? Because it’s happened to me as well.

Trust me, I’ve struggled. Financially. Relationship-wise. With my health. With my business. With my self-acceptance. And more.

In the days ahead, I’ll be sharing my stories. Hopefully in doing so, you’ll find the inspiration and motivation to do whatever it is you need to do to take your own life to the next level.

HERE’S YOUR CHALLENGE:

If you don’t master your life, you’ll never create what you truly want. Ultimately sacrificing the quality of life you deserve.

It’s time to answer one critical question…

Mastin Kipp Jason TreuDO YOU WANT AN EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS, LIFE, AND RELATIONSHIPS?

If the answer is YES, then I’m going to show you how to do it within these pages.

It may be a little intimidating at first, but it’s time to bust out of that comfort zone. Because…

That’s where being extraordinary starts. And that’s where all growth really begins.

That’s why I created this website.

As a community for inspiration, motivation, challenge, connection, encouragement, support, learning, sharing and belonging.

I’ll help you blow past your “old” limiting beliefs, stories, emotions, and fears that are holding you back. I’ll show you how to create behavior changes to make massive progress and get the results you want.

I’ve worked with thousands of men and women across the world to create the business, life and relationships they love. Join me in taking the first step.

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Let’s get started. I’m really excited for you!

Be courageous, take massive action, dream big, and make it real…I know I am! And You Deserve it as well!

Jason Treu

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15 thoughts on “Start Here

  1. I have received emails from Jason and they are very interesting!
    As my goal, I want to learn how to have great communication and be a leader.
    I am reading his book “Social Wealth” and find all wonderful tips. I love it!
    You are awesome, Jason!

  2. Hi Jason

    It is very hard to find the right friends !
    I am an introvert and I enjoy being home reading and thinking (evaluating important todo).
    However, when I want to be out and about and realize I need friends and I don’t have one.
    I have a few good friends but they always have different schedule.
    I feel overwhelm if I contact many people in order to get good friends. That’s why I read your book “Social Wealth”.
    I found volunteer is a great way to go but I don’t know where.

    I have made plan to volunteer at my church to help some community services and hope I will like it.

    After all, I am struggling how to get to know new people.
    However, I recently learn to think big and I came up with a dream that one day I want to organize a fun raising to help orphan in Cambodia.
    So I am so glad I found you and your books.

    • Hi Annie,
      I speak to a lot of introverted people. I know how hard it can be. But even extroverts like myself need our alone time. It’s not always easy to go out.
      One though that always helps me is that every person has something to teach me so I want to meet them. It makes starting a conversation easier because in my mind I know if I don’t meet them I could be missing something valuable to learn!
      This may help…
      1) Make a list of things you enjoy doing or would be open to trying such as yoga, a dance class, a book club, drawing class, etc.
      2) Then check online and see where they hold things like that. There are always “free” things going on and you can also find ways to join a class or organization.
      3) You also can volunteer at organizations such as Art Museum, Symphony, Opera, etc. There are many charity organizations such as United Way, Leukemia Society, Ronald McDonald House, Girls & Boys Club, Salvation Army, etc. They always need volunteers for events, happy hours, etc.
      4) There are groups where you can go to different countries. A friend of mine runs Hope for Silent Voices. There are many organizations that will sponsor a trip for you over to another country for you helping for a specified time period (often that is as short as a week).

      Then take action. Many times people feel uneasy going to out to meet new people. People either may not feel like it, are scared or nervous, worried, etc. You have to face that uncertainty and just act. You move past that fear when you embrace and act in spite of the feeling. Think about it…every best friend a person has was ONCE a STRANGER. So every stranger you meet is an opportunity to meet a new best friend!!

  3. Jason,
    You said to “Love Yourself First” had caught my mind deeply. Thank you for sharing your life experience for what you had done for people was not making you to live higher level. That made me reevaluate my thought. I have felt guilty sometimes as I feel like I don’t help people enough.

    I used to feel lonely but I found church and join bible study group has helped my emotion to another level of hope and confident. But I still can’t find good friends there. Most people are a lot older than me.
    However, I feel that is not enough for my life journey to fulfill.

    I admire your words ” You just can’t stay silent and keep this inside. You need to share it. You need to find your tribe, best friend, confident, group, etc.”
    These sentences made me write to you to share about myself.
    Please don’t hesitate to ask me questions if you need to know more.

    So, how can I find the right group, right friends ?
    I am reading your book “social wealth” and I can’t just go to events and talk to people. That’s not me.
    What ideas you have for an introvert ?

    Thanks!

    • speak to a lot of introverted people. I know how hard it can be. But even extroverts like myself need our alone time. It’s not always easy to go out.
      One though that always helps me is that every person has something to teach me so I want to meet them. It makes starting a conversation easier because in my mind I know if I don’t meet them I could be missing something valuable to learn!
      This may help…
      1) Make a list of things you enjoy doing or would be open to trying such as yoga, a dance class, a book club, drawing class, cooking class, hiking group, running club, internations.org (for expats in every major city), etc.
      2) Then check online and see where they hold things like that. There are always “free” things going on and you can also find ways to join a class or organization.
      3) You also can volunteer at organizations such as Art Museum, Symphony, Opera, etc. There are many charity organizations such as United Way, Leukemia Society, Ronald McDonald House, Girls & Boys Club, Salvation Army, etc. They always need volunteers for events, happy hours, etc.
      4) There are groups where you can go to different countries. A friend of mine runs Hope for Silent Voices. There are many organizations that will sponsor a trip for you over to another country for you helping for a specified time period (often that is as short as a week).
      5) You can do activities in small groups, you don’t need to do to large events to do it.
      6) You can also contact the event organizer ahead of time, and tell them you are introverted and you’d really appreciate if they could introduce you to people. They will help you most of the time. You just have to ask for the help and let them know!
      7) Exchange contact information with people as well so you can stay in contact. You can invite them out to do something you are doing. People really appreciate when you make the effort to include them and just think of them.

      Then take action. Many times people feel uneasy going to out to meet new people. People either may not feel like it, are scared or nervous, worried, etc. You have to face that uncertainty and just act. You move past that fear when you embrace and act in spite of the feeling. Think about it…every best friend a person has was ONCE a STRANGER. So every stranger you meet is an opportunity to meet a new best friend!!

  4. hey Jason,

    Your article on best places to go and build a powerful and influential network reminded me of a popular post I came across on our site Wall Street Oasis (one of the largest online finance communities with over 4 million page views/month).

    Our article really complements what you’ve written by adding that there are some sports which offer an incredible opportunity to network.

    I thought you’d find the article and some of the follow-up comments interesting. If you’d like me to forward it your way let me know and I’ll gladly send it over.

    -Jake
    Wall Street Oasis