“Success is something that you can choose in every moment and you get to decide what success means to you” – Julie Goetzinger
But what does success have to do with our happiness? People think that having the perfect relationship or the perfect home or all the money in the bank account then they’ll be happy. We measure our happiness with the size of our success. But what if you haven’t achieved the thing that you long to have or you’re still far from the person you are dreaming of, would you still be happy? If you are in an uncomfortable situation, can you still be confident and comfortable with your present life?
Please listen and watch our podcast as our guest, Julie Goetzinger, an inspirational speaker and the international best-selling author of “Free to Fly: Manifest the Life of Your Dreams,” . She’s happy to inspire us on how to choose joy and happiness beyond our circumstances.
Julie Goetzinger is an inspirational speaker and the international best-selling author of “Free to Fly: Manifest the Life of Your Dreams,” where she shares how to simplify and declutter every area of your life so that you can allow your desires to come in with greater ease. She is the creator of the “Success Without Sacrifice” keynote and “The Psychic Show.” She speaks regularly on the topics of enhancing intuition, cultivating well-being, and preventing burnout. Julie is the host of the podcast, “Absolutely Abundant: A Podcast for Soul Aligned Creatives,” has hosted eight domestic and international retreats, and has seven years of experience in business as an entrepreneur.
The isolation of the pandemic inspired to use her natural psychic abilities and her business flourished in the first month! This is what inspired Julie to write her book, “Free to Fly: Manifest the Life of Your Dreams,” so that she could teach others how to welcome their desires with greater ease by reconnecting with intuition and cultivating well-being.
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