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Julie Deane (Part 2 of 2) – She Took Less Than $1000 and Turned it Into Millions (in 5 years) With the Idea for What Would Become The Cambridge Satchel Company

Julie Deane on She's Got Moxie with Joy Chudacoff

Last week’s Episode with Julie Deane, Founder and CEO of Cambridge Satchel, was spilling over with entrepreneurial gold and wisdom from a woman who owns every aspect of what it takes to build a multi-million dollar empire.

This week's Episode (Part 2 of 2), Julie opens up even deeper and reveals how she managed being in “survival mode” trying to keep a company afloat, dissolving a marriage and staying present for two teenage children.

Julie and I talk deeply about feminine energy and how different “energies” are playing a role in a woman’s life – both at home and at work. We also look at what I call “the unconscious emotional triggers” and how this can be a major trap that women fall into.

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If I don’t take those opportunities now, they might not come again. They might not come again when I’ve decided, ‘Oh maybe I’m brave enough now.’ So grab it when it comes.” – Julie Deane

Show Notes:

  • The one simple QUESTION that stumped Julie when she found herself in “survival mode”
  • WHY she finally decided to embrace her “inner goddess”
  • The moment Julie knew it was time to “get back to basics” and let go of her EGO – this is GENIUS & not to be missed if you’re serious about growing a company that has staying power
  • The classic MISTAKE Julie sees women entrepreneurs making over & over again – BEST Learning moment for sure
  • The ONE thing you must have when you are PITCHING your idea to persuade others to pull out their checkbooks to fund your BIG idea
  • Julie’s adventures in online dating and how “Grace” was born (funny & hilarious, Julie describes in detail her encounter with a French/Latin dinner date)
  • And much, much more…

I either don’t care about something because it is not important, or I really care about something because it is important. And there isn’t a middle ground.” – Julie Deane

Connect with Julie Deane:

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | The Cambridge Satchel Company

You don’t want to be a business person in all aspects of your life, because actually that becomes deeply unattractive.” – Julie Deane