Welcome to the Jolly Journey

Season #1

Summary

Welcome to the Jolly Journey podcast! I am honored to invite you to the newest chapter of my journey. You might be surprised to hear that the Jolly Journey started when I was a young child. I had a dream that I would do something big and significant, and impact the world, and I held on to that dream tightly until I attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. 

 

Before starting classes, my mother’s prayer group prayed for me and a woman I’d never met before began confirming everything I saw in that dream. That’s what I got a revelation that changed the trajectory of my career: I wasn’t just going to Wharton for myself, I was going to explore the possibilities of how I could impact my community. 

 

Two courses in my studies were the catalysts that brought the Jolly Journey to life. And here I am now bringing you this podcast that will give you the tools of the Jolly Journey. You learn what you need to negotiate a better relationship with yourself, so you can live a fuller, more fulfilled life. I define a fulfilled life as wealth. 

 

I’m an entrepreneur and the work I do is centered around legacy wealth; this is the type of wealth that can pass on for generations. To pursue this, you must be open to personal change and have a will to develop a business perspective of legacy. So I invite you to join me and people I’ve met along the Jolly Journey so we can continue the pursuit of wealth. 

 

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Episode Sponsors

This episode is brought to you by Torch Enterprises Inc. Torch stands for passing the torch from one generation to build legacy wealth via ownership and equity in our communities.  For more information go to torchenterprises.com.

 

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Announcements 

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Social Media 

Jolly Journey Facebook - @JollyJourney

Twitter - @PamelaJolly
Instagram - @PamelaJolly 

 

Podcast music  

David Hilowitz  - Gradual Sunrise