Pop quiz for you.

A genetically enhanced super soldier has given you very clear instructions as she has you hanging by your feet over the balcony of a high rise skyscraper with tons of asphalt and concrete below ready to give you a very bloody and final kiss if you don’t answer and repeat a very important question.

Do you understand? Repeat it.

Well, yes I understand can be the only correct answer.

Agree?

While other 19 year olds are walking around college with loans as heavy as their back packs, Jessica Alba was starring in the TV series Dark Angel with a ton of money in her back pack.

Very prophetic.

Soon you’ll see what we mean.

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Dark Angel is an American television series that premiered on the Fox network on October 3, 2000.

It was created by James Cameron and Charles H. Eglee, starring Jessica in her breakthrough role.

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Set in 2019, the series chronicles the life of Max Guevara (Alba), a genetically enhanced super-soldier who escapes from a covert military facility as a child. In a post-apocalyptic Seattle, she tries to lead a normal life, while eluding capture by government agents and searching for her brothers and sisters scattered in the aftermath of their escape.

Talk about a walk down memory lane.

Jessica, now 36, went on to a blockbuster Hollywood career and if she chooses to, can not only walk around with a ton of Hollywood money in her back pack, she can also tote around a ton of entrepreneurial business cash as well.

Our gorgeous star with mesmerizing sad and beautiful eyes began her television and movie appearances at age 13 in Camp Nowhere and The Secret World of Alex Mack (1994).

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She later appeared in Honey (2003), Sin City (2005), Fantastic Four (2005), Into the Blue (2005), Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) and Good Luck Chuck (2007).

One of her later gems that audiences loved was when she took a risk and appeared in 2010’s The Killer Inside Me as an aggressive prostitute who brings a Texas lawman’s (Casey Affleck) homicidal tendencies screaming to the surface.

Very, very sexy role.

Jessica has evolved into a business mogul as well.

Did you know that?

In January 2012, Alba co-founded The Honest Company, a consumer goods company that sells non-toxic household products, and owns 15 to 20 percent of the company.

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The Honest Company is an American consumer goods company that emphasizes household products to supply the marketplace for ethical consumerism.

The company had $170 million in 2014 sales and was valued at $1.7 billion as of August 2015.

The Honest Company has raised multiple rounds of venture capital and was anticipating an initial public offering as of 2016.

The company serves the United States and Canada.

We are so impressed we wanted to visit then. At their warm and receptive site honest.com they smile, “Our story began with a simple desire: to make the right choices for our families. We were parents in search of safe options, but unsure of where to turn. We needed one brand that we could go to for trusted products and information. And when we couldn’t find what we were looking for — and realized we weren’t alone — the idea for Honest was born.

We’re a wellness brand with values rooted in consciousness, community, transparency and design. And we’re on a mission to empower people to live happy, healthy lives. Every day and in every way, we hold ourselves to an Honest standard. Because we believe that what you put on, in and around your body matters. A lot.”

What a great philosophy. It certainly has won over thousands of customers. A lot.

It always helps when the sensuous and talented Jessica speaks on screen on in the board room. Regarding the Honest Company she adds, “I founded The Honest Company because I wanted safe, effective products that perform. After all, you shouldn’t have to choose between what works and what’s good for you.”

Very honest.

Very good point.

Jessica is scoring business points elsewhere as well.

When she forms business partnerships, the announcement trumpets come at. On February 22, 2017 at the global news and information source telegraph.co.uk they reported, “Jessica Alba, an American actress known for her roles in blockbusters such as Sin City and Fantastic Four, as well as the founder of baby skincare brand The Honest Company, has joined Rosewood Hotels & Resorts as a brand curator.

The hotel group’s curators are ‘a carefully selected group of luminaries and leaders who share travel tips and insider secrets for Rosewood destinations around the world.”

Sounds intriguing. Let’s pack a suitcase and meet them.

Smiling with open arms at their hospitable site rosewoodhotels.com we are delighted.

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“Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is an international luxury hotel and resort company operating 19 properties in 11 countries, owned by Hong Kong-based New World Development.

Ms. Caroline Rose Hunt founded Rosewood in 1979, desiring to create residential-style luxury hotels that would provide guests with attentive personalized services. A year later, she converted the mansion of Texas cotton magnate Sheppard King into Rosewood’s first hotel, The Mansion on Turtle Creek, located in the upscale Turtle Creek neighborhood.”

The rest as they say is international history.

Jessica offers advice on the Riviera Maya in Mexico, one of her favorite places to holiday with her family, and the location of Rosewood Mayakoba, a luxury Mayan-inspired resort with private plunge pools, floating villas and eco credentials, located north of Playa del Carmen.

As far as back packs go, talk about going green? That’s the kind of green that really looks and tastes good.

What makes her triumphs even more admirable is that our sensuous fresh faced beauty hasn’t always had it easy.

Her early life was marked by a multitude of physical afflictions.

During her childhood, she suffered from partially collapsed lungs twice, had pneumonia four to five times a year, as well as a ruptured appendix and a tonsillar cyst.

Yet she endured.

Jessica excelled and graduated from high school at 16.

She sure has come a long way since then.

At the entertainment industry site imdb.com they report that she paid $4,050,000 for a 4,686-square-foot house in Beverly Hills, California.

Part of her success was due to her determination to have a better life after her parents married early at 20 and financially struggled.

When we first saw her in Dark Angel, we knew that she was extremely beautiful, talented and could attract and mesmerize a crowd, have fans fall in love with her and had a bright future in Hollywood.

Her phenomenal business success came as a surprise to some.

It shouldn’t have though.

In an interview she reveals at least the foundation for some of her success. “I wasn’t given a whole lot in my life. I was on the bottom of the class system. But I got wisdom. I never just did what people told me. I questioned everything. When I look back, it is really no surprise that I started working at 12.”

Looking back, it is really no surprise that she continues to shine and have a positive impact on the world as an angel of light.

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