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Breaking Down Barriers Fearlessly with Julie Gordon White, Founder of Bossa Bars

If you’ve ever felt like you’re too old to start a company, or if your lack of self confidence has shifted your success journey, this episode is going to inspire you to take the leap anyway. Julie Gordon White, founder of Bossa Bars, author, and coach, comes with her today a sense of pure joy, confidence, and the fiery determination we all need to start hard conversations and light fires wherever we go. That’s why episode 02 of How Women Inspire Podcast is about breaking down barriers fearlessly with Julie Gordon White!

In this episode of How Women Inspire Podcast, Julie Gordon White is sharing the importance of not listening to the myths and noise around you and actionable steps you can take right now to break down barriers and have a fearless business journey.

Some of the talking points Julie and I go over in this episode include:

  • How Julie struggled at the start of her own menopause journey and ended up creating a company that starts the conversation so many don’t have around this big change in your life and loving your body.

  • The guardrails Julie put in place when finding investment money and companies to work with to bring her vision to life, and why she doesn’t believe all money is good money.

  • How Julie started her Bossa Bars company and why the business planning process is crucial to a successful business long term.

  • Why Julie doesn’t recommend new founders taking too much investment money right off the bat, and how she thinks taking too much can create a false sense of security in new companies.

It’s time to take the advice of Julie here and realize that you can do it; no matter what stage of life, business, investing, or any other part of your journey.

Thank you for listening!

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