Who is Julie Solomon?
Julie Solomon is a New York Times Best-Selling Publicist, brand manager, and blogger. She’s worked with firms like Thomas Nelson, Press Here Publicity, and Abingdon Press.
Her work at Thomas Nelson Publishers included publicity efforts on the record-breaking book, Heaven is for Real, which has sold over 10 million copies worldwide.
Julie cofounded OMG! Publicity, which begin her entrepreneurial career. The company focuses on managing publicity campaigns for authors, bloggers, entrepreneurs, NGO and creative new product launches. OMG Publicity was soon able to gain renowned clients including Devon Franklin, Meagan Good, Emily Maynard, Max Lucado, Simon & Schuster, Harper Collins Publishing and others to manage growth of their brand.
In this episode you will learn how to make smart transitions in life and business, how to follow and grow from your fears, the importance of self-awareness and how you can use it to help identify your strengths and weaknesses, and the secret to building long term influence. When you follow your fears, you welcome growth into your life.
“When you follow your fears, you welcome growth into your life.” – @julssolomon
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- Fear is a handicapped way of keeping us from doing what we are meant to do.
- Whether your failing or succeeding, you’re striving for something that you’ve never done before.
- When you follow your fears, you welcome growth into your life.
- You’re stealing from other’s when you aren’t giving them the gifts you were born with.
- Fear stems from the pain of not feeling enough, understood, heard, or accepted.
- Fear is not a hot potato. You need to sit with it, learn from it and then let it pass.
- Instead of resisting or avoiding fear, ask yourself what you can learn from it and what purpose it’s suppose to play in your life.
- Identifying what you don’t want from life helps you become aware of what you do.
- Don’t sit in a place that doesn’t feel right and isn’t allowing you to grow.
- Treat everything as a test. Figure out what works for you and what doesn’t.
- The only thing in business you should be emotionally attached to is serving others. Not your brand, not your niche, not even your products.
- You blog and Instagram has nothing to do with you and everything to do with your audience.
- An influential person is someone that can keenly and intentionally connect with someone else to the point that it makes an deep, lasting impression.