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Adam Jablin is an author, public speaker and spiritual coach. He has risen from the depths of the alcohol and drug world to become a life-saving Superman. Today he runs a coaching program called THE HERO PROJECT, where he helps others get from zero to hero.
At that time, Adam’s family intervened and took him to The Hanley Center, where his world changed forever. In rehab, he met spiritual teachers, doctors, psychiatrists, and other people battling the same disease.
For twenty-three years, Adam worked for and ran the family business. Metritek LLLP was the number one lace manufacturer in the world. He had big shoes to fill as the third generation running the business, and that pressure only accelerated his drinking and drug use. When he got clean and sober, he was finally able to lead the family business by example. “My mentor, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer—DION really influenced my thoughts to a Higher Reality, and that’s what I brought into the company everyday.” Adam inspired his employees with his unique spiritual approach to life and business. “I had the ability to see people’s strengths and weaknesses and figure out where they’d thrive. I found the power within myself to create momentum. The family did very nicely selling the business and Adam launched into his passion of helping people.
Adam was motivated to start this business by seeing the gifts that awakened in himself after getting clean and sober. His biggest challenge had always been people not supporting him, which broke his heart because he knew this is what he was destined to do. But, that challenge made him stronger and more determined to fulfill his vision.
Through his book, Adam shares his story, which he believes can save lives. This connects to his whole journey, since as a kid he always wanted to be Superman and help people.
Now that he has written a book and worked as an inspirational speaker and spiritual coach, Adam can share what he knows about starting a business and following a calling.
For Adam, fear is “false evidence appearing real,” and it simply means you should get to work. He also thinks that in order to succeed, new coming business owners need to believe in their own businesses even when others don’t.
Likewise, for Adam being financially free means simply that. He has seen people with financial freedom who still die from alcoholism or other addictions. This is why he believes people need to be free spiritually, as well.
With all of this in mind, Adam has been able to overcome the biggest obstacle in his career: the fear of not truly being himself. He has learned to be okay even if someone else does not approve of who he is or what he stands for.
Adam’s next projects include a book tour for “LOTSAHOLIC”, more speaking engagements, and continuing to grow THE HERO PROJECT.
Find out more about Adam, the sober Superman, here.