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 “Mental health is an essential concern, and worth advocating for. Be true to ourselves, honor ourselves and love ourselves, so that we can have an optimum, dulcitude towards others regardless of our struggles. Take risks, show strength in vulnerability by sharing your truths in hopes to encourage others to take solid steps forward in finding their inter-peace.”  

Jordyn Rowe is a dedicated business person, the owner of a ‘woman’s owed business’ who embraces the title of “entrepreneurship.” She believes in the development of a culture with an emphasis on equal opportunity, based on dedication, support, trust and sincerity which is believed to be the pulse towards encouraging a holistic and successful business.


She is the mother of two young boys and an employer of many. She is an advocate for the disabled and those who struggle with mental health concerns, she is encouraged by her faith to help those tiny voices that can’t speak loud enough at times to get noticed. Jordyn supports programs that allow the voiceless to find a platform to gain traction in their efforts to overcome obstacles.



How does the mind communicate with the brain?


Motor neurons carry messages away from the brain to the rest of the body relaying information to each other through a complex electrochemical process, making connections that affect the way you think, learn, move, and behave.


It's a selfless act to be selfish about mental illness. Our special community is just that, 'special' and it requires the respect, compassion and attention necessary to discover a more meaningful way of life. Inspiring others to seek therapy while encouraging yourself to become more involved. Regardless of how much help that can be achievable, if you're a parent a relative or even a friend, too much is never enough even if you're present. Sometimes the silence, can be extremely effective when they know that you're nearby to help should they need it. Be proactive and connected but more importantly, be in the know, document and praise positive movement and acknowledge the conquering of milestones out loud.


Mental illness is an extended developmental process, the right nutrients and managed persistence can be incredibly rewarding. This is the Warrior Mindset™.



Passion For Compassion™  —

All across the America, people are proactive and hopeful of bringing about everlasting changes. Helping those with disabling conditions to live more meaningful lifestyles make it possible for the rest of the world possible for the rest of the world to enjoy the same luxury like closed caption television initially created for the hearing impaired also provided a voice for patrons attending sports pubs to enjoy television without being distracted by the loud music. Office workers can also follow their favorite stocks while working out at the gym and parents can enjoy pushing a stroller up a ramp instead of hoisting child and stroller up flights of stairs. We are encouraged to add to this process of helping those with disabling conditions help us all live better and more meaningful lives through support, innovation and education. This is Ziggie and Zach's Passion for Compassion Program.

Unconventionally Capeable: Ambition drives us to take the initiative to better ourselves in spite of our physical and emotional setbacks. It’s in our nature to strive to become true champions of society. This medallion personifies the true value of those who go beyond the scope of our natural abilities. These are truly remarkable people who inspire others to reach for their ‘Capeable' hights to potentially accomplish their goals (capeable is purposely misspelled to emphasis the unusual). 

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