I’m here today with Jules Schroeder and we talk about living an unconventional life and intuitive living. Jules is a fascinating person. She’s ranked by “Inc Magazine” as number one of the top 27 female entrepreneurs changing the world and is one of the top 40 millennials to follow. She’s also a musician and visionary on a mission to inspire people to create a life by their own design, which is what we talk about today. She’s the creator of Unconventional Life, as well a top-ranked podcast by the same name for entrepreneurs that features the stories of people living in this new paradigm. And she reaches millions of people through her work.
In this episode, we touch on a lot of topics and we talk about how she was on “American Idol” when she was 16, how a near-death experience shaped the course of her life, how she broke the belief that in order to have more, you have to do more, and broke the habit of working 14 plus hours a day. She also shares her thoughts on shifts in higher education and living an intuitive life through your own unique blueprint. Very fascinating, wide-ranging conversation, I know you will enjoy it.
Episode Highlights With Jules Schroeder
- How she ended up on American Idol at 16
- Her near death experience that shaped her life
- How she broke the belief that in order to have more you have to do more
- Breaking the habit of working 14-18 hours a day
- Her thoughts on shifts in higher education
- Creating in the physical world vs non linear reality creation
- How we can each find our own unique blueprint
- What intuitive living is and how to nurture this in your own life
- How to shift from how do I have a good life to how do I have an extraordinary life
- Why the Dali Lama said that western women will save the world
- What the hertz energy scale is and how it can transform your life
- Her parting advice: know that your advice matters and your voice matters
Resources We Mention
- Unconventional Life with Jules Schroeder Podcast
- Her 7-Day mini course
- Jules Schroeder music
- The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
- Ask by Ryan Levesque
- The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
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