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Being Your You-est You with Julie Reisler

Ep. 22

We all know what it feels like to experience intuition on some level. You might have felt it as a vague notion, a passing nudge, or maybe you’re even super connected and can use it as a sort of guide. Regardless of how we intuit, few of us are taking full advantage of it as a sixth sense—but what if tuning into our intuition could change both our lives and our businesses?

Today, we’re talking to Julie Reisler, the founder of the Life Designer Coach Academy certification program. She’s also the founder and CEO of Empowered Living Inc, a coaching and personal growth company. Julie is a master life coach, author, multi-time TEDx speaker, and host of “The You-est You” podcast. Her mission is guiding big-hearted entrepreneurs to birth their big vision and be their you-est you.

Tune in and listen to episode 22 of The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem as Julie sits down with us today to talk about the importance of meditation, telling the difference between our anxiety and our intuition, and the differences she sees between coaching in a group setting versus a one-on-one environment.

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

How Julie utilizes her zodiac chart and her Human Design to learn more about herself and her business (04:54)

Julie’s relationship with her intuition (10:44)

The way Julie teaches her coaching clients to tap into their intuition (25:35) 

How Julie’s coaching program differs from others available (32:07)

What guided Julie to know it was time to start her coaching program (41:39)

What you can actively do when you’re unable to connect with your intuition (44:27)

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