“When we’re feeling unclear and overwhelmed and we just don’t know our next step… we want to prioritize.”
— Julie Greenham
It’s easy to start the new year strong… only to immediately begin to lose momentum and motivation.
It can happen to anyone — in fact, I always get an increase in DMs around this time of year from clients and listeners who can feel themselves starting to derail when it comes to their plans and intentions for the new year.
I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way!
You don’t need to book twice-weekly sessions with a business coach or schedule your day to the minute in order to keep moving toward your goals. In this episode of The Quiet Powerhouse Podcast, I share five small but powerful practices that will help you get back on track to achieve your goals this year (and you can use them any time you feel like you’re...
“Mindset is the killer of all the dreams.”
— Julie Greenham
The #1 question that I hear from my coaching clients is: “How do you start to believe that you’re worthy of more success, more good things, more joy, more clients, more money, and more freedom?”
Often, in order to really travel the path to prosperity, you have to first undergo a significant internal shift and change some of your deep-seated beliefs about money, power, and your own capability.
Mindset is a topic that has really come into vogue lately, and for a good reason — even if ALL other pieces are in place, your mindset can still hold you back from taking risks, accepting opportunities, and embracing success.
In this episode, I share four things that you can do right now to help you shift your attitude, beliefs, and mindset… and learn how to welcome, achieve, and even expect your own success!
“We can’t start anew if we don’t leave things behind. We have to be letting go of things.”
— Julie Greenham
January is an exciting time of year! It offers us the chance for a fresh start and the perfect opportunity to make necessary changes in our lives and in our businesses.
This year, I want to continue making the types of changes that helped me to DOUBLE my income in 2021… without even trying.
On that note, my intention word for 2022 is: simplicity. And this episode is all about keeping it simple.
From making new rules regarding my schedule to changing the way that I approach my decision-making, I am sharing the six ways that I am infusing more simplicity into my business this year. You’ll learn how to set your intention for the year, why you must start letting go of your need for control, and exactly why I unsubscribed to AppSumo (even though I love it)!
It all starts right now — just...
“Intentions have a lot of power. Because once you set an intention... you automatically start to create a direction. It’s like a starting point. It’s like a map. Your actions will follow and fall in place much more easily.”
— Julie Greenham
This is the final episode of 2021 — so it’s time to talk about your New Year’s resolutions for 2022.
My advice? Don’t make any. Yes, I’m serious!
I don’t believe in setting resolutions because, for most people, they tend to take the form of radical, unrealistic goals that require a drastic change to their routine or lifestyle.
These types of resolutions can feel really good at the moment that you set them — after all, they feel like the first step to creating a magical new life where you go to the gym every day, triple your monthly revenue, or cook complicated meals from scratch every night, for example.
“You already have what it takes. You just need someone to help you do it in a very strategic way.”
— Julie Greenham
For many people, myself included, last year was full of intense emotions and situations. Yet despite all of the hardships that 2021 dropped in my lap, I still managed to double my income... while slowing down my pace and creating space to honour and experience my feelings.
How did I do it?
Through implementing five intentional practices designed to help me to grow as a person — which unexpectedly helped me grow as a business owner, too!
As we head into another year of uncertainty, I want you to have the tools that you need to scale with ease. In this episode, I break down each of these new practices and how they’ve changed my life for the better. You’ll learn who I worked with to put them in place, the immediate benefits to my business, and how they’ve dramatically shifted my...
“All you need to be is one small step ahead of the person who’s going through what you just came out of successfully… you know what they’re going through and they can learn from you.”
— Renee Harrison
Do you ever dream about becoming a published author — but aren’t sure that you have a book in you?
Then I’d love to introduce you to Renee Harrison, founder of Introvert Rising!
Renee helps introverted women entrepreneurs tap into their story and get it onto the page through expert coaching, online courses, a supportive community, and insightful critiques throughout the process.
Publishing a book is a powerful way to build credibility and raise your profile, but it will also help you connect more strongly with your message.
“The act of writing — especially writing in a book — you’re forced to go deep and you’re forced to come up with that clarity of...
“It’s a real honour to be able to help people out there feel better naturally and have tools in their toolbox for themselves.”
— Mackenzie Banta
If you’ve ever wanted to learn the basics of using essential oils for wellness, you’ll want to tune into this episode!
My guest, Mackenzie Banta, is the founder and CEO of Midtown Essential Oils, a health-conscious global community dedicated to natural health and holistic living.
Essential oils can be powerful tools, particularly when it comes to emotional healing. If you’ve ever used lavender essential oil in a warm bath or a citrus oil in a diffuser at the start of your workday, you know how just a few drops of oil can boost your mood! But did you know that some essential oils can also help reduce inflammation and lower cortisol levels?
In this episode, Mackenzie answers some major FAQs about incorporating essential oils into your daily routine,...
“It’s never too early to learn about how to handle money in your business.”
— Melissa Houston
Dealing with finances can be one of the most nerve-wracking aspects of running a business — but it’s also one of the most important.
Unfortunately, since money management isn’t taught in schools the way it should be, many of us feel confused (or even intimidated) when it comes to understanding our numbers.
Financial strategist Melissa Houston helps business owners push through the overwhelm, get a handle on their finances, and put themselves on a path to building real wealth.
And she actually makes it feel easy!
The key? Addressing money mindset issues.
“Money is a very emotionally charged topic, especially for women,” Melissa explains. “If we have things that are holding us back in our business because of these money mindset issues that we’ve been...
“I think that long before I became a coach as a career, that’s the role that I played all my life.”
— Michele Young
If you have trouble saying “no” in your business — or personal life — you’ll want to take some notes during this week’s episode!
Michele Young is a certified coach-practitioner who helps business owners uplevel their communication skills and learn how to build stronger business relationships.
It’s a career that fits her like a glove.
Michele has always been an emotional caretaker, offering support and advice to friends and family. Her early jobs included executive assistant and copy editor, both supportive roles.
Michele is so amazing at what she does because her work is in alignment with her zone of genius.
Michele believes that work doesn’t have to be a slog or unhappy, as long as we aren’t trying to fit a square peg into a round hole....
“Even 33 years later, I do every once in a while have to think of putting my
superhero cape on and mentally making that stance when I have a difficult
day ahead of me, and just empower myself.”
— Karin Welsh
Some occupations are tailor made for introverts. Others can be a little more of a challenge.
Karin Welsh is a real estate broker and a hardcore introvert — two things that form an unexpected pairing!
The real estate industry is not a place where you would expect introverts to thrive, and it’s true that many aspects of the job of real estate agent do favour extroverted people. Yet Karin has managed to become very successful... and has discovered that being an introvert has actually provided her with strengths that are ideally suited to her work.
Karin discovered a love for real estate when she was a child, observing her realtor father selling houses and her stay-at-home mother creating a cozy and inviting...