Sista, you have limitless potential and can rewrite your story at any time. No matter your background, past, or current situation, you can have the type of life you crave.
Stuck is Holding You Back
When we cling to the word "stuck" it holds us back. We won't come from a place of joy, fun and gratitude. We become frustrated, annoyed and bitter. We also haven't been taught how to set boundaries. This is a really important practice of mine, even when it's uncomfortable.
Don’t Lose Yourself Along the Way
It's easy to do things for the approval of others. Don't lose yourself along the way. This journey will have hills, valleys and peaks. Ride it all. Being YOU is enough.
How to Crush Direct Sales
Direct Sales is what a 2021 ceo looks like. My perspective on how this opportunity can change the game for you. Take advice for someone who's winning, not quitting.
We can still enjoy the joy in a tough season. And let me tell you, for me, it's tough. Miscarriage sucks. It's not a club I want you to be in, but the reality is, many of us are in this one.
Enjoy the Joy
Happy 2021, my friend! My motto for this year is Enjoy the Joy. Sometimes when life is good, we are waiting for the other shoe to drop. Let's feel the joy and make it the best year yet!
Vision Board Workshop
This is something I do every single December. I get ready for the new year and think through my goals, vision and how I want my life to look, feel and be. Here are my best practices with creating a vision board. Enjoy!
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Must listen !!
I love that when I’m feeling stuck or when I’m feeling not enough I can come to rewritten and Julianne has exactly what I need to hear! She’s diverse, impactful and overall incredible!
Fantastic - wish you were my next door neighbor!
Julianne is fantastic - like the encouraging, motivating, kind friend that we all need who is honest and pushes us in the most inspired and authentic ways. I just found this podcast today and I already have gained so much truth and ideas from the three episodes I listened to this morning. Thank you, Julianne!