I’m joined by brand expert, educator, podcaster, and now author Julie Solomon. Julie’s book Get What You Want: How to Go From Unseen to Unstoppable is all about stepping into your power and cracking open so you can shine and fulfill your ultimate purpose. Julie and I discuss how to show up authentically online while still respecting your own boundaries, and learning how to share from a scar, not a wound. We’ve both done a lot of work to overcome limiting beliefs that we had about money, and Julie shares a really powerful story about how she worked through the deep shame that she had around her secret debt. Julie is also a pro at pitching and getting what she wants, so I ask her to break down exactly how she’s built that muscle and her advice about where to start.
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- Listen to The Influencer Podcast
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For more than fifteen years, Julie Solomon has been empowering lives—including her own. The host of The Influencer Podcast, Julie, has launched several successful online programs and masterminds, including Pitch It Perfect, The Influencer Academy, and SHINE Mastermind. She helps women turn messages into movements and empowers entrepreneurs to grow their influence and impact through her work. Julie was recently named one of the Top 100 leaders in influencer marketing.
In her weekly chart-topping podcast, The Influencer Podcast, she offers up real-time coaching, straight talk, and conversations about business growth and personal development to her millions of listeners worldwide. From her start as a publicist representing some of the top music acts and thought leaders of our generation, Julie has grown to teach tens of thousands of students worldwide.
Her work is featured in outlets including FORBES, Entrepreneur, Business Weekly, SUCCESS, and People Magazine. Julie currently lives in Nashville with her husband, award-winning actor and activist Johnathon Schaech, two children, Camden and Lily Jo, and their sassy pomeranian Foxy.
Discussion Questions & Episode Highlights
( 1:03 ) Welcome back to Earn Your Happy. Today, Lori is joined by Julie Solomon.
( 2:25 ) Julie joins the conversation.
( 3:18 ) Lori asks Julie, “For those people who maybe don’t know who you are, I would love for you to just back up a bit and let people know what were some of the stories that really catapulted why you wrote it and what you’re doing now?!
( 7:12 ) Lori asks Julie, “How did you know what needed to be shared? And how did you know what to kind of keep to yourself? And then once you decided a big one needed to be shared that scared you, how are you kind of like making peace with that?”
( 11:59 ) Lori asks Julie, “I know that you have a story that stems from that money, shame that you hold a lot about hiding $30,000 of debt from your husband, can you tell me about that one?”
( 15:38 ) Lori talks about one of today’s sponsors, Indeed.
( 17:58 ) Lori asks Julie, “What are some of the first steps that we can take if we have that deep shame around something?”
( 21:41 ) Lori asks Julie, “Let’s talk about confidently pitching yourself to get anything that you want.”
( 26:36 ) Lori asks Julie, “What does that first pitch kind of look like? Can you give us an example of something maybe you first pitched yourself on?”
( 34:35 ) Lori talks about another one of today’s sponsors, Avast.
( 37:52 ) Lori asks Julie, “Let’s talk about boundaries, and then about how to kind of create new ones and maybe share some that you have installed so we can understand it.”
( 44:07 ) Lori asks Julie how to break out of cycle of seeking validation from the wrong people.
( 48:21 ) Lori asks Julie, “How do we get back to what the hell we actually want? Do you have any sort of processes for this?
( 50:46 ) Lori asks Julie, “Any last things that you want to share with the audience before we go?”