Thank you for the most powerful webinar I have ever seen!
Julie Ann Turner is a wonderful speaker.
I feel blessed to have had the chance to listen to her powerful truths.
The discovery that I have unlimited power and abilities
has rocked my world! ...
Thank you so much for showing me the light!
wermello (at) shaw.ca
Thank you so much for that amazing call. You opened my eyes
to things I hadn't thought of before.
barbara.healing (at) sbcglobal.net
What a blessing it was last night to listen to such powerful truths!
My daughter who is almost 8 listened in and it was a great
conversation piece with her to discover that she has unlimited
power to create her own world! Thank you for allowing me to be
a part of this...I am truly inspired!
For me, the next step is the implementation. The webinar
was packed with real and valuable information. I'm emailing now
for the free strategy session with you!
I was on your AMAZING AWAITS! call last week
and I have to say it was fantastic! This is about
the only call I've been on where there was actually
VERY useful information.
So many calls these days are just informercials ... not yours!
You have information that can be applied immediately.
The call was a breath of fresh air.
Thanks so much!
Gregg Swanson; CPT, CMSC, CLSC, CLFC
Mental Strength Coach
Gregg (at) WarriorMindCoach.com
Thank you for a wonderful webinar! I enjoyed seeing how you
present what I experience as basic truths about creating.
My experience personally and with clients is that a key
to sustaining the kinds of shifts you speak about is to
create practices that support embodying them -- most of our
bodies being in the 'habit' of operating differently (with lots
of support from our culture) -- and to put in place support systems
such as coaching that keep us on track when we want to retreat
to our old ways.
I loved your graphic presentation, your pacing, and the passion
that you bring to this subject (gentle, not overpowering, but
clear and present).
I appreciated you sharing that while the concept is 'simple'
making the shift is not always easy.