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Hang on entrepreneurs because I am excited about today’s guest. Joining us today is a woman who was ranked by Inc. Magazine as one of the Top 27 Female Entrepreneurs Changing the World and her name is Jules Schroeder. Jules started her first six-figure company at the ripe old age of 18 and by the time she was 22 she had her first 7-figure company. She is the founder of Unconventional Life, which operates a podcast on the Forbes Under 30 Channel.
Jules joins us today to talk about a variety of topics ranging from self-care to her amazing talent of improv singing. We dig into some great ideas about how to better understand yourself as an entrepreneur, the Hell Yes, or No game, and the near death experience that completely shifted Jules’ life.
“I found that when it wasn’t a ‘Hell Yes’ it turned into being not a ‘Hell Yes’ experience. And when it was a ‘Hell Yes’, it truly was a ‘Hell Yes’ experience!” Jules Schroeder
01:32: Who is Jules Schroeder?
04:00: Jules on Self Care
06:47: Triggers to Recognize It Is Time for Self Care
10:49: On Healing Yourself After Being Sick
14:49: Jules As An Entrepreneur
24:21: Learning to Understand Yourself Better
26:22: The Hell Yes, or No Game
31:14: How to Tell if Your Business is Still a Hell Yes
35:48: Jules’ Near Death Experience
43:13: Improve Singing
“The degree to which one can hold massive success is also the degree in which one has held and continue to holds massive failure.” Jules Schroeder