Last week’s Episode with Julie Deane, Founder and CEO of Cambridge Satchel, was spilling over with entrepreneurial gold and wisdom from a woman who owns every aspect of what it takes to build a multi-million dollar empire.
This week’s Episode (Part 2 of 2), Julie opens up even deeper and reveals how she managed being in “survival mode” trying to keep a company afloat, dissolving a marriage and staying present for two teenage children.
Julie and I talk deeply about feminine energy and how different “energies” are playing a role in a woman’s life – both at home and at work. We also look at what I call “the unconscious emotional triggers” and how this can be a major trap that women fall into.
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If I don’t take those opportunities now, they might not come again. They might not come again when I’ve decided, ‘Oh maybe I’m brave enough now.’ So grab it when it comes.” – Julie Deane
- The one simple QUESTION that stumped Julie when she found herself in “survival mode”
- WHY she finally decided to embrace her “inner goddess”
- The moment Julie knew it was time to “get back to basics” and let go of her EGO – this is GENIUS & not to be missed if you’re serious about growing a company that has staying power
- The classic MISTAKE Julie sees women entrepreneurs making over & over again – BEST Learning moment for sure
- The ONE thing you must have when you are PITCHING your idea to persuade others to pull out their checkbooks to fund your BIG idea
- Julie’s adventures in online dating and how “Grace” was born (funny & hilarious, Julie describes in detail her encounter with a French/Latin dinner date)
- And much, much more…
I either don’t care about something because it is not important, or I really care about something because it is important. And there isn’t a middle ground.” – Julie Deane
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You don’t want to be a business person in all aspects of your life, because actually that becomes deeply unattractive.” – Julie Deane