104 episodes

Running a business as an introvert in an extroverted world can feel vulnerable, overwhelming and downright draining – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Business and mindfulness coach Julie Greenham is here to help you embrace your introversion and develop the mindset, confidence and strategies you need to show up authentically, attract more ideal clients and grow your business.
She openly shares the lessons learned on her own journey as an introverted entrepreneur along with business and mindfulness strategies and cozy conversations with guest experts, all with the goal of helping you step out from behind the scenes – on your terms.

The Quiet Powerhouse Podcast Julie Greenham

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 17 Ratings

Running a business as an introvert in an extroverted world can feel vulnerable, overwhelming and downright draining – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Business and mindfulness coach Julie Greenham is here to help you embrace your introversion and develop the mindset, confidence and strategies you need to show up authentically, attract more ideal clients and grow your business.
She openly shares the lessons learned on her own journey as an introverted entrepreneur along with business and mindfulness strategies and cozy conversations with guest experts, all with the goal of helping you step out from behind the scenes – on your terms.

    Focus On Sharing Value First In Your Content

    Focus On Sharing Value First In Your Content

    Do you have trouble with the idea of selling your offers — even when you know for a fact that your product or service is a perfect fit for someone?


    For many business owners, the idea of “selling” can feel pushy, aggressive… or even sleazy. As introverted entrepreneurs, and especially introverted service-based entrepreneurs, we often have even more trouble feeling comfortable with selling our offers, as it can be challenging to put ourselves in the spotlight.


    The goods news: effective selling doesn’t require us to talk about ourselves very much at all!


    So, how do you make people realize that what they need the most right now is exactly what you have to offer?


    In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll discover:‌ ‌
    The one letter that you want to avoid overusing in your messaging and copy The #1 tip for delivering an effective presentation that grabs audience attentionA real-life example of  ineffective selling — and what to do instead!  
    Highlights:‌ ‌
    00:47  Intro
    01:43   ‌Webinar example
    03:28  Watch out for “I”
    04:46  Presentation training
    06:40  Outro


    Links:‌ ‌
    She’s Newsworthy Media
    https://www.shesnewsworthy.com 


    Join The Quiet Powerhouse Membership Waitlist: https://www.juliegreenham.com/membership 
      
    Work with me: https://www.juliegreenham.com/workwithme 
      
    Download Your Free Guide "12 Ways Super-Successful Introverted Entrepreneurs Overcame Imposter Syndrome": https://www.juliegreenham.com/impostersyndrome 
      
    ‌Follow me:  
    Instagram: @iamjuliegreenham  
    https://facebook.com/thequietpowerhouse 

    • 7 min
    3 Ways To Build Up Your Entrepreneurial Resiliency

    3 Ways To Build Up Your Entrepreneurial Resiliency

    “We all start in business thinking we’re going to do what we love and it’s going to be great, but there’s so many other parts that we didn’t expect... We need to bounce back easy from these things.”
    —  Julie Greenham


    If I were to ask you what you believe to be the #1 trait that you need in order to run your business effectively, what would you say?


    Most people believe that “confidence” is the top trait of successful business owners. I happen to have a different opinion!


    As business owners, we don’t often start off feeling confident. The early days of a start-up can be nerve wracking — and so can many of the days that we experience after years of running established businesses! Confidence is something that grows over time, so I don’t think it’s the most helpful way to frame success.


    I think that the #1 trait that contributes to success is resiliency.


    It’s resiliency, not confidence, that helps us keep going after setbacks, challenges, and even failures. Resiliency is what helps us turn mistakes into opportunities for growth. In this episode, I share 3 tips that will help you build your own resiliency in your business!


    It all starts right now — just press play!


    In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll discover:‌ ‌
    The two questions that you should be asking yourself right now regarding your business Why you should invest energy into building a circle of business buddies, rather than just friends and family How to switch from a victim perspective to a results perspective  
    Highlights:‌ ‌
    00:46  Confidence
    01:35  Resiliency
    03:30  Building on your strengths
    03:52  Ditch the hustle mentality
    04:54  Benefits of stepping away
    05:29   Build your healthy circle
    06:37  “What works and what doesn't?”
    07:52  Outro


    Links:‌ ‌
    Join The Quiet Powerhouse Membership Waitlist: https://www.juliegreenham.com/membership 
      
    Work with me: https://www.juliegreenham.com/workwithme 
      
    Download Your Free Guide "12 Ways Super-Successful Introverted Entrepreneurs Overcame Imposter Syndrome": https://www.juliegreenham.com/impostersyndrome 
      
    ‌Follow me:  
    Instagram: @iamjuliegreenham  
    https://facebook.com/thequietpowerhouse

    • 9 min
    You're Not Selling Confidence, You're Selling RESULTS.

    You're Not Selling Confidence, You're Selling RESULTS.

    Is “confidence” a part of what you deliver to your clients through your offers? For example: the confidence to appear on camera, the confidence to lose weight, or the confidence to take the steps to grow and scale their businesses.


    You may believe that confidence is a key part of your offers — that the boost in confidence is what your customers are looking for and paying for. You may believe that this should play a major role in your messaging and marketing. This is something that I believed for a long time, too.


    But here’s the truth: confidence alone does NOT sell.


    Being “confident” in something sounds wonderful, but it’s a very vague statement. Instead of talking about how confident someone will feel after working with you, you should instead be thinking about what they’ll be able to DO with that confidence!


    Want to dig a little deeper? All you have to do is press play!


    In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll discover:‌ ‌
    My own journey of discovery regarding the importance of confidence when it comes to crafting my messagingHow to articulate the true value of your offers beyond the confidence your clients will achieve  Why you need to dig deeper into what your customers TRULY want from your services  
    Highlights:‌ ‌
    00:47  Giving people confidence
    01:29   ‌Confidence does not sell
    02:34  Going BEYOND confidence
    03:27  What REALLY sells your offers
    04:16  Outro
     
    Links:‌ ‌
    Join The Quiet Powerhouse Membership Waitlist: https://www.juliegreenham.com/membership 
      
    Work with me: https://www.juliegreenham.com/workwithme 
      
    Download Your Free Guide "12 Ways Super-Successful Introverted Entrepreneurs Overcame Imposter Syndrome": https://www.juliegreenham.com/impostersyndrome 
      
    ‌Follow me:  
    Instagram: @iamjuliegreenham  
    https://facebook.com/thequietpowerhouse

    • 5 min
    Is It Okay To Repeat Topics In Your Marketing Content?

    Is It Okay To Repeat Topics In Your Marketing Content?

    “We really need to be in that receiving mode in order for us to hear… we need to be in that open mode.”
    —  Julie Greenham


    Is content creation a constant source of stress for you? Do you find yourself worrying that you sound like a broken record — or that your audience may be getting tired of hearing from you?


    Many of us definitely feel the pressure to create fresh, new content for our audiences each and every week. If we’ve already spoken about a topic, we feel that we need to toss it into the “been there, done that” pile and never speak of it again!


    But the truth is that while WE may feel this way… our audiences do NOT.


    Revisiting topics can actually be very beneficial, in fact! Repetition is a key factor in teaching and learning — often, we don’t FULLY understand or remember things until we’ve heard them multiple times. This kind of repetition can help us get a deeper grasp of a topic and even begin to see it through a different perspective.


    Press play on this episode to learn more about the value of repetition… and how to keep older information forever fresh and interesting!


    In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll discover:‌ ‌
    Why an audience member’s current state of mind matters when it comes to being able to truly receive your messageA real-life, personal example of why someone may not be able to receive a message — and how that can changeHow to take past information and make it new and compelling!  
    Highlights:‌ ‌
    00:47  Revisiting topics v. fresh content
    01:49   Benefits of repetition
    02:11  Receiving mode
    04:38  Openness & repetition
    05:54  Business language
    06:55  ‌Recycling topics


    Links:‌ ‌
    Join The Quiet Powerhouse Membership Waitlist: https://www.juliegreenham.com/membership 
      
    Work with me: https://www.juliegreenham.com/workwithme 
      
    Download Your Free Guide "12 Ways Super-Successful Introverted Entrepreneurs Overcame Imposter Syndrome": https://www.juliegreenham.com/impostersyndrome 
      
    ‌Follow me:  
    Instagram: @iamjuliegreenham  
    https://facebook.com/thequietpowerhouse

    • 9 min
    Establishing A Success-Focused Routine

    Establishing A Success-Focused Routine

    “We go through phases in life where we have to be realistic with what we’re capable of doing, mentally and physically, where we are.”
    —  Julie Greenham


    Welcome to episode 100! (Just wanted to take a small moment to celebrate!)  Getting to 100 episodes is no mean feat. Like achieving any other goal, the path is made easier when you’ve established a success-focused routine.


    Whether you’re a morning or an evening person, having a great routine and building in healthy and productive new habits can help you make big transformations over time — even though the daily changes themselves may be small.
     
    It doesn’t require a major time investment. Your routine doesn’t have to be more than ten minutes long (of course, it can be longer if you wish!). If you’re ready to create a routine designed to help you achieve — through small, consistent steps — then press play! It all starts right now!


    In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll discover:‌ ‌
    4 vital steps for creating your own success-focused routineThe 3 top habits that I set aside space and energy for every single day 1 book recommendation to help you learn more about the power of habit-building  
    Highlights:‌ ‌
    00:46  Welcome to 100 & intro
    02:29   Small steps
    03:01  Be realistic
    04:48  My 3 habits
    06:10  Find a brain dump
    09:07  Plan out your week
    10:26  Recap


    Links:‌ ‌
    Atomic Habits: Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results by James Clear
    https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits 


    Join The Quiet Powerhouse Membership Waitlist: https://www.juliegreenham.com/membership 
      
    Work with me: https://www.juliegreenham.com/workwithme 
      
    Download Your Free Guide "12 Ways Super-Successful Introverted Entrepreneurs Overcame Imposter Syndrome": https://www.juliegreenham.com/impostersyndrome 
      
    ‌Follow me:  
    Instagram: @iamjuliegreenham  
    https://facebook.com/thequietpowerhouse   

    • 12 min
    Easy Steps For Introverted Entrepreneurs To Get More Visible

    Easy Steps For Introverted Entrepreneurs To Get More Visible

    “What is your communication style? You have to meet yourself where you are at.”
    —  Julie Greenham


    What can you do, as a Quiet Powerhouse, to get more visible and grow your connection with your audience?


    First of all, you need to grow your connection with YOURSELF.


    It takes a lot of inner work to become more comfortable putting yourself out there as the face of your brand, especially when you’re trying to gain more exposure and raise your profile. Being in tune with your own style of communication is absolutely essential, but it’s not the only thing you need to work on!


    Press play now to learn my 3 easy steps to help introverted entrepreneurs boost their visibility more comfortably — without doing anything that feels unaligned!


    (Full disclosure: these are the steps that I took to get comfortable with my own recent appearance on Global News!)


    In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll discover:‌ ‌
    The inner work that you should be undertaking in order to become more comfortable taking centre stage in your business Why it’s crucial to recognize your own personal communication style (and how to use it effectively) The role that self-forgiveness plays in developing your professional visibility plan  
    Highlights:‌
    00:46  My Global News story
    03:09  Do the inner work ‌
    04:26  What are you ashamed of?
    06:05  Forgive yourself
    09:03  What is your communication style?
    11:18  ‌Recap


    Links:‌ ‌
    Join The Quiet Powerhouse Membership Waitlist: https://www.juliegreenham.com/membership 
      
    Work with me: https://www.juliegreenham.com/workwithme 
      
    Download Your Free Guide "12 Ways Super-Successful Introverted Entrepreneurs Overcame Imposter Syndrome": https://www.juliegreenham.com/impostersyndrome 
      
    ‌Follow me:  
    Instagram: @iamjuliegreenham  
    https://facebook.com/thequietpowerhouse 

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Uxbridge Ontario ,

Loaded with insight

Julie, I love listening in on your conversations!! I collect valuable info from each interview you host. It’s like sitting down for a cup of coffee (or tea) with old friends and sharing aha moments.

3rin5 ,

Love this podcast

So much value in every episode and Julie’s voice brings me so much peace. She’s so lovely and her guests bring so much value!

bridgehn ,

excellent and relatable.

Podcast is full of relatable advice and stories for all entrepreneurs but particularly introverts. Julie’s voice is also calm and lovely to listen too.