Member Since August 2022
Born and raised in San Jose, California, Jayson grew a strong appreciation for different cultures, food, and especially music in the melting pot that is the Bay Area. After his time at Bellarmine College Preparatory, Jayson continued his studies at San Jose State University where he graduated from the Business program. Jayson currently resides in San Jose with his wife and 2 kids. He participates in several philanthropic endeavors including Affect The Youth— a scholarship program geared towards helping underserved high school students pursue their educational and professional development in the areas of Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Engineering, Arts/Athletics, and Math.
A positive work environment, including one that embraces a growth mindset, starts at the top. In the business world, a "growth mindset" is often prized for its ability to motivate employees and drive them toward success. Leaders and employees who pursue growth and improvement every day tend to give their all so that they can evolve as professionals and as people in general. As prominent leaders in their respective fields, the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council understand how important it is to encourage and inspire employees to grow. Doing so shows them you are dedicated to elevating their careers and helping them improve professionally. Here, 11 members share some of the ways in which any business leader can inspire their employees to develop and maintain a growth mindset — and how doing so can help improve your business in the long run.
Many entrepreneurs are afraid of failing when they first start out, but it's possible to push past that fear and find success. Today, more people than ever are driven to create their own businesses. While the thought of being your own boss and creating something you love can be exhilarating, many entrepreneurs also experience that prickly feeling of fear when they actually launch. After all, the potential for failure is high in the early stages of a startup, and new businesses don't always make it past their first few years. Some people will fold under the pressure while others will rise to the challenge despite their fear. To help you ensure you're in the latter camp, 14 members of Rolling Stone Culture Council share how entrepreneurs can overcome the fear of failure and push forward.
JABM was founded with one mission in mind--changing the status-quo for what it means to promote live events, entertainment, and curated experiences. That means changing how promoters treat Talent, the Operations & Production teams, as well as the communities that they operate in. Being completely independently-funded has given JABM the unique opportunity to promote its own agenda and provide eclectic programming without sacrificing core values.