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JP Sears is famous on YouTube, is a comedian, helps people heal emotionally, and travels all over the world. He is known for making fun of veganism, gluten-free fads, and other new-age beliefs through satire. Millions of people have watched his funny videos.
Even though first impressions might make you wonder if you can take him seriously, he just applies humor to the things that are most important to him.
$3 million (estimated)
On April 12, 1981, JP Sears was born. Even though he’s 40, he doesn’t look his age at all. According to his biography, he was born and raised in Northwestern Ohio. When he was 23, he moved to California. He has moved from city to city since then.
His mother was a Catholic, and his father didn’t believe in any gods. His mother tried to raise her children as Catholics to make her own parents happy, but it didn’t work out. JP also has a sister, whom he had to take care of from a young age when their parents broke up.
Even though his videos make it hard to believe, JP Sears is a real-life coach. Before he became a YouTube star, he worked for 16 years as a coach for emotional health and healing. Since 2006, he has worked one-on-one with thousands of clients and taught many classes, workshops, and retreats all over the world. JP used to have serious client sessions six days a week with people from all over the world.
From 2002 to 2012, he also ran a health club called Holistic Health and Fitness. From 2006 to 2013, JP worked as a teacher at the C.H.E.K. Institute, where he met one of his mentors (the founder of the institute).
JP didn’t want to go to a traditional college, but he did go to Journeys of Wisdom to get certified as an emotional healing coach. He also has a certificate from the Holistic Coaching Institute in Columbus that says he is an advanced practitioner holistic coach.
JP Sears has talked about some of the people who helped him grow into the person he is now. Paul Chek started the C.H.E.K. Institute and was JP’s first teacher. JP first went to the institute as a student but soon became a teacher there. He asked Paul for advice on how to exercise and eat well. But he soon started to learn from Paul about mental health and spirituality as well. They became close friends.
John McMullin from Journeys of Wisdom was the second person who helped JP. He showed JP how to connect with people on an emotional level. He learned how to deal with pain, hurt, trauma, self-sabotage, and limits that he put on himself.
JP has learned a lot about himself from coaching and helping others, as well as from his mentors.
JP got his start on the internet by posting funny videos on YouTube, which went viral. In an interview, he said that he put up his first videos because he was too serious about himself and his spiritual life. He didn’t let his natural sense of humor shine through in his life. As a response, he put the videos online as a way to help himself. But they went viral, and his business plan came to him almost by accident.
He thinks that a great way to practice non-attachment is to learn how to replace seriousness with a little playfulness. He also found that humor was the best way to reach more people and help them. He says that when he works with one client at a time, he doesn’t usually use humor. Instead, he uses vulnerability.
Now, each of his videos gets thousands, if not millions, of views. He has a strong following. Since his videos are set up to show ads, this is clearly his main way of making money. He has also built up a big following on Instagram. Soon, he will have a million followers.
Amber Sears is the name of JP Sears’s wife (formerly Amber Zuckswert). She is an all-around business coach who helps business leaders grow their companies. They go together so well! Before they got married in 2018, they were together for a long time. Wilder is their young son. Before he met Amber, JP was with a woman named Diana Deaver, who was a photographer and an emotional health coach.
|Birth Day||April 12, 1981|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Age||39 YEARS OLD|
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