While most people found stagnation and negativity in the pandemic, Adam Jablin found motivation. Watching the virus tear apart the people around him, he became convinced that there was something he could do to help. Out of the need to do more, The Hero 7 was born.
“The Hero 7 is my free online course. It’s simple! You download a free app called Workplace where you get your own personal account that is just like Facebook. There you will receive one video each day, building on the last. It’s also a form where you can speak one on one with me personally, or share with the other Heroes,” Adam explains.
Since their launch seven months ago, The Hero 7 has seen nothing but success. Over four thousand people have joined, helping each other when their peers struggle or fall into a funk. In fact, Adam is there himself, even being coined “the Covid-Coach” by the media.
Adam is well known for The Hero Project, his successful 90 day coaching program. With that program, Adam is able to get personal with his one-on-one coaching, and exclusive way to get guaranteed results. For people that better respond to more extroverted settings, Adam’s program also offers group coaching.
Through his app or coaching program, Adam has been able to help his clients actualize their meaningful goals. His clients often come to him with specific issues, anything from weight problems, addictions, chemical dependencies, alcoholism or other traumas.
“The most meaningful goals my coaching has provided is giving my clients a peace of mind and clarity that surpasses all understanding. I really focus on the mental, emotional, physical, financial and spiritual health of my clients. What I have found personally is, when we get them to be spiritually fit first, the rest falls into place. After all, this is easier said than done,” Adam says.
With such an important part of his clients’ lives in his hands, it’s important to both Adam and his clients that he has proper training. Adam has all of his accredited Life & Recovery Coaching Certifications and Mentorship Degrees, and beyond that, Adam is a self-acclaimed lover of education.
“My skills and experience are fine tuned by all my hardwork through my own personal trials and tribulations: My recovery, my entrepreneurship journey, my weight battles, my experiences in taking a leap of faith. I always think: who do you want to teach you how to climb the Himalayas Mountains? The person who wrote the book, or the person who climbed the mountain? Unable to choose, I figured I would become both,” Adam says.
It’s difficult work, to be sure, but Adam does it for one reward: to see his client’s eyes light up when he’s able to help them on their journey . Adam was lucky enough to have a great mentor, and he’s proud to be able to be the same to so many people.
“Like Dion, the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famer did for me…that’s what I want for my clients. I want to bring them to a Higher Reality. Example, watching my client and dear friend, Allison Jerricho’s new Recovery clothing line–Mission 1935 launch! I mean, wow! Allison lost her husband Ophire a year ago from multiple myeloma. She took her pain and channeled it into this clothing line that has a real Mission to it. Her boys Daniel and Harry are helping, and it’s a blessing to watch and be part of. Or watching my client, Jeff Koslow start his personal Coaching business–The 15/50 Project. Amazing. I just love what I do!”
“My mentors have been my guiding force and a north star for me professionally. The chance to learn from legends means so much to me. Michael Yormak, CEO of Roc Nation Unified & President of Business Operations and Strategies has been an absolute rock for me. Also, I was blessed to partner up with world renowned Dr. Robb Kelly. The man is a lighthouse and guiding force in my life. I have learned so much from his love and wisdom. I must mention, David Meltzer, Co-Founder of Sports 1! David has been a spiritual teacher in life and business! We all have heros, and my mentors are mine for sure. That’s the most rewarding part of my job – the feeling of being a part of somebody’s growth. To watch them come back to life and accomplish their dreams. It’s like ecstasy. It’s actually very selfish, because I love the feeling!” Adam jokes.
In the coming year, we’ll be sure to see even more of Adam Jablin as he moves to bigger and better things. Growing the Hero Project has brought him great talk show opportunities and the chance to write a book with his mentor, called “Conversations with Dion”.
“The premise is to bring the world into our conversations, into our lives and allow them to learn from the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famer as I have. Dion has a special way about him that I try to emulate. Honestly, the attention is wonderful because it’s helping people,” Adam says.