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“We’ve had Julie out to speak a few of our exclusive member events and she was a hit every time. We continue to hear great feedback on her talks. She is engaging and authentic AND she shares concrete steps to help her audience get from where they are to where they really want to be.”
~ Nick & Tom Karadza, Rock Star Real Estate Brokerage, Oakville, ON
“Julie’s honest, frank approach makes you care about the work that you are doing. She lights a fire within you that makes YOU want to do better.”
~ Kris Lewis, Toronto, ON, Workshop Participant and Coaching Client
“Julie structures group training sessions in a manner that encourages each individual’s participation. As a result, I have both taught and learned from a great number of our group. The final outcome has been the forging of great friendships and an everlasting circle of support.”
~ Mike Eden, Waterloo, ON, Workshop Participant
Better Than Blogging – How to Attract More Money, Opportunities and Cool People Right to Your Door
A great blog may help you build trust that attracts opportunities, money and great people, but it takes a massive amount of effort to get any traffic to your blog. It can be an inefficient use of your time (or your team’s time). So what is the answer?
You need to know how to gain trust quickly and keep it. Unfortunately us humans don’t trust for rational reasons so what can YOU do to establish trust quickly and keep it?
In this interactive and lively talk, Julie Broad (Amazon best selling author, speaker and seasoned real estate investor) will take you through 5 easy to implement tips to help you establish trust and have more influence in your business. These are things you can do now that will help you have a higher impact so you’re getting more of what you want in your business quickly.
Boost Your Income with a Brand that Stands Out
Building a strong brand is the single most powerful way to boost your income and open the door to cool opportunities. But many people fall down when they try to create a brand – focusing on websites, social media and logos. That’s part of it, but it’s not the most important piece to focus on.
Your brand is YOU.
It’s your character. It’s your values. It’s how other people see you. It’s your story and how you communicate your message.
In this interactive talk, you’ll learn how to build the Brand You that you want. Complete with exercises to get started, you’ll learn:
- What words you want associated with your brand,
- Who is your ideal client, and how to attract them,
- Plus you’ll learn 5 simple tips to help you build a personal brand that stands out, including how to get attention, and keep it!
You’ll walk out with tips to comfortably build your brand starting with your very next conversation.
Conversational Selling so Comfortable an Introvert Can Do It
Even if you’re not an introvert like best selling author and entrepreneur, Julie Broad you might find selling yourself and your business incredibly awkward and uncomfortable. The common sales techniques feel so pushy and self serving. You need a better way to attract business and boost your income.
In this talk you’ll learn a simple process to have comfortable conversations that will sell – and how to get the phone to ring with keen clients in the first place.
From basic body language tips to engaging questions to ask, Julie will reveal how to sell without ever feeling like you’re selling. Plus, she’ll reveal her strategies for success as an introvert in sales.Kick Your Own Butt: Reaching Your Goals in Lightning Speed
The promise of better time management skills sells a lot of books and courses, but it’s just not real. You will never manage time, but you there is something you have 100% control over – YOUR CHOICES.
In this talk you’ll learn 5 tips to get more done each and every day – and still have time left for family, fun and you. And, you’ll uncover a few little covert delegation tips so you don’t have to do all the work to make things happen.
Have something else in mind? Please contact Julie to discuss.