What is keeping you down?

  • People in your life who don't believe in you?

  • The weight of past failures and bad decisions?

  • Current business paradigms that are keeping you from scaling your buisness exponentially?

  • An oppressive economic system?

  • All of the above?

The Joseph Business School (JBS) is the place where you can elevate your leadership to realize your business dreams, creating wealth for you and those around you for generations to come.

Take ownership of your future through our Entrepreneurship Program.
  • Step into our advanced process for building your business plan and learn to do business God's way.

  • Surround yourself with spiritually mature marketplace professionals.

  • Learn to release the power of God to realize your business dreams.

  • Develop your business skills with instructor-led and on-demand courses.

  • Advance your leadership abilities with tailored, easy to follow lessons.

  • Gain understanding of the basic components entrepreneurial success.

Get to the next level of leadership through our Executive Accelerator Program.
  • Take your business to new heights in this 6-week program for established entrepreneurs with a track record of success.

  • Leverage the combined wisdom of our spiritually mature marketplace professionals in a peer learning environment.

  • Access fresh creativity and proven practices to scale your business far beyond your current level.

Join the culture-shifting community of our Global Partners.
  • If you want to raise up business leaders and entrepreneurs, become a JBS Global Partner by opening a location in your area.

  • You'll step into a global community with 13 active locations in 10 countries on 5 continents, working together to eradicate generational poverty around the world.

When you take ownership, it lifts up those around you.

Quilen Blackwell graduated from JBS and is the CEO of Southside Blooms, a farm-to-vase florist on Chicago’s South Side. This business turns vacant lots in the economically challenged Englewood community into flower farms that give employment and hope to local youth community members. NBC's Today Show highlighted Quilen's business for the innovative work his organization is doing.