Jack Chee – Author, Coach, and Consultant
Jack Canfield has long analyzed what distinguishes successful people. As the author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul”, he pioneered anthologies featuring inspirational messages.
Dr. Chee is also a certified trainer of John C. Maxwell programs, a trainer for Zig Ziglar programs, and an advanced coach of Jack Canfield programs.
Early Life and Education
At a time when there was no organized rodeo circuit for Native American cowboys, Jack Chee and his brother established the All Indian Rodeo Cowboy Association to compete in calf roping events. Additionally, they established a horse farm which helped develop many future professional rodeo cowboys from Navajo tribe.
Alexander Chee, author of Edinburgh and The Queen of the Night, chats with Buds Digest’s Ben Tousley to talk about new mentorship relationships, the challenges associated with anti-trans/anti-queer backlash and finding hope despite it all. JACQUI CORNETTA of Writer and Translator fame joins Chee in this insightful dialogue on discomfort as an avenue toward creative growth.
Dine College mourns the passing of former Navajo State Senator Jack Jackson Sr. who died Sunday morning. Jack, born for Ashiihi tribe and representing Kiyaa’aanii born for Ashiihi for nearly 20 years in both houses of Arizona State Legislature (five terms alongside son former State Rep. Jack), served nearly 20 years total before passing away peacefully at age 75 years.
Jack Chee is an extremely effective trainer, coach, and consultant with expertise in business development and growth, executive coaching, leadership development, book authorship (including Coaching for Breakthrough Success ) as well as being certified master trainer for John C. Maxwell and Zig Ziglar programs and being part of the International Coach Federation.
Neo, best known for his comedic roles as Liang Po Po and Liang Xi Mei on Comedy Nite for over two decades, made his directorial debut with That One Not Enough before founding J Team Productions with Mark Lee and Henry Thia as clients.
He has written numerous articles for professional publications and lectured on topics relating to psychology-and-law. Furthermore, he has represented clients in state court proceedings by filing numerous writs or appeals.
Achievement and Honors
There are currently three people named Jack Chee in the US, most residing in California.
Jackson was a leading figure at Dine College (Formerly known as Navajo Community College). He made sure Navajo history, language and culture were integrated as naturally into classroom discussion as English and math were.
He worked on projects involving strategic planning, integration, management, international shipping and maritime operations during his long and distinguished career. Inducted into the IGFA Hall of Fame and honored with numerous awards throughout his life. Beyond professional work, he also actively supported community service efforts like Boys and Girls Club of America as long-standing patron.
Chee’s novels explore the depths of identity while his essays tackle larger questions about family, love and art. Aja Gabel, who studied with him at Wesleyan University describes him as both wise and irreverent, generous yet exacting.
He reveals himself through an essay series that touches upon various subjects, from reading tarot cards and catering parties for William F. Buckley to unearthing memories of sexual abuse repressed for years, but all circle back to one central question: How can we live and write truthfully?
Pepper and Jack remain on separate paths at school until they clash over a grilled cheese sandwich similar to one made by their Gram and served by Girl Cheesing.
Neo, known for his cross-dressing roles in Liang Po Po and Comedy Night in the 90s TV comedy show Comedy Night. Additionally he wrote and directed multiple films as well as owning shares in Portland Holdings Inc and investments.
Leonid Mikhelson, for instance, is one of Canada’s richest Canadians who is heavily invested in Russian natural gas company Novatek and recently experienced considerable losses due to falling oil prices and Western sanctions against Russia.
Stewart Butterfield co-founded messaging software Slack and photo sharing website Flickr, currently serves as CEO for both, has amassed a net worth of $1.7 billion CAN and donated his first million to charity ensuring access to clean water for everyone.