Episode 14: Julie Gallivan – Clarity of Mind

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Finding Ultimate Clarity

UNDERSTANDING DECISION-MAKING FOR A BETTER LIFE

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Julie Gallivan helps people make great decisions with total confidence so they can move forward enthusiastically with peace of mind that the decisions they are making are, without question, the right ones.

Listen To Learn:

  • The importance of making big decisions one bite at a time.

  • The powerful difference between a pro/con list and a reasons why/reason why not list.

  • How to make clear and confident decisions by connecting your analytical mind with your emotional core.

  • The key to stop repeating the negative patterns in your life.

  • How big-picture clarity can allow you to be happy, regardless of changing circumstances.

  • It’s all about the WHY and rarely about the WHAT.

  • When you have clarity about your “reasons why,” you’ll never feel bored again.

“All of my tools are based on the concept that our hearts, our intuition, or whatever you want to call it, even your spirit, your gut, there’s a lot of different names for – it is a supercomputer, and it can process infinite amounts of information. But, it doesn’t speak logically and it doesn’t inform analytical thought or action or word.”

Free gift from our guest:

Podcast listeners who reach out to me via email will get a 15% discount on my first set of courses that will be launched in the spring! julie@imakegreatdecisions.com

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Julie Gallivan

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Julie Gallivan helps people make great decisions with total confidence so they can move forward enthusiastically with peace of mind that the decisions they are making are, without question, the right ones. She’s worked with college students, mid-career professionals and business leaders alike to transform uncertainty and eliminate second-guessing so they act with focus, creativity, and high performance. For nearly 15 years, Julie has developed, tested and refined her method into repeatable steps that unclog the bottleneck in decision making. Julie enjoys life with her husband in Rochester, NY, and can often be found training for a triathlon, studying up on a new language, playing around on the guitar or piano, or burying her nose in the latest physics, design or business book.