508 Julie Reisler:
Many people spend their days living in the past or dreaming about the future … and miss out on the power of the NOW. How would your life change if you savored the present moment, and were fully present in that moment.
I’m Melinda Wittstock and today on Wings of Inspired Business we meet an inspiring entrepreneur believes the power of now IS sacred.
Julie Reisler is founder and CEO of School of Sacredology,
an online community to help you unlock your heart intelligence and inner wisdom. Julie has a master’s degree in health and wellness coaching, more than twelve certifications in mindset, mindfulness, and wellbeing and is on the faculty at Georgetown University in their coaching program. Today we talk about how to apply her discoveries to our businesses for transformational growth -personally and for the bottom line.
Master Coach, Bestselling Author, TEDx Speaker and and host of the You-est You podcast, Julie Reisler works with big-hearted high-achievers. Author of the Get a PhD in YOU book series and mindfulness teacher on the popular app, Insight Timer, with over 115,000 downloads, Julie is also the founder of the School of Sacredology, an online community to help you unlock your heart intelligence and inner wisdom.
Today we’re going to talk about the unexpected gift of the Coronavirus pandemic … how it has allowed us to slow down, become more introspective, discover what is missing from our lives AND what we really want. We’re going to dive in … in a moment …
Julie Reisler wrote Get a PhD in YOU after going through her own intense journey of self-loathing and food addiction, a recovery process and with the help of coaches and mentors, she changed her health, her relationship to food, left a marriage that didn’t serve her with two kids under 4, and went back for a Master’s degree in coaching before starting her own business.
Along the way Julie learned how intuition and heart intelligence is the super-power we all have … but forget to use, and today she shares how it has changed her life and that of many clients.
We also talk about the importance of collaboration, community, and creating this new world together by daring to shine our own light and uplift other women. She says Entrepreneurship is one of the best ways to do this. Julie also shares how to overcome limiting beliefs about money and doing the work to look at your own money story.
So let’s put on our wings with the inspiring Julie Reisler.
Melinda Wittstock: Julie, welcome to Wings.
Julie Reisler: Thank you so much. I’m so excited to be here.
Melinda Wittstock: I’m excited to have you, and I want to learn all about Sacredology. What is it?
Julie Reisler: Yes. Sacredology is really this concept of looking at life and really living each moment as each moment, each event as being sacred. I think it’s very easy to be out of the moment, to be in the past, to be in the future, and then to sometimes want to avoid things that are, I know I’ve dealt with this too, that feel like they’re frustrating, overwhelming, uncertain. And so really it’s like sucking the marrow out of the bone, but the sacredness, right, out of each moment. And I have a school, I have a community where we really teach us. And it’s about living in your heart. It’s about accessing your heart intelligence, your intuition, your inner wisdom, and learning to live in that heart coherent place. So that when you are making decisions, when you are going about in life, you’re acting from that place of connection between heart and mind, not just from the crazy-making of our minds. So that is, it is the art, I always say the art and science of how to live a sacred life.
Melinda Wittstock: Beautiful. I mean, if there was ever a time to really get into that power of now, to quote Eckhart Tolle, it would be now with coronavirus. People in lockdown suddenly alone, had several months to choose whether or not to embrace that.
Julie Reisler: Yeah, absolutely. It’s funny, Melinda, this morning I was just thinking to myself, I was talking to my husband and I said, “You know I would never have guessed that this time would be something I’d feel actually very grateful for.” I wouldn’t have thought the slowing down piece, there are a lot of things. I had a lot of travel planned and events and things like that. And I’ll tell you though, this time has been one of very deep reflection, introspection healing, and for me actually even pivoting and what I’ve been doing with my business, with my focus on life. Obviously I don’t wish anyone ill will ever, but there’s been a lot of gifts in this timing.
Melinda Wittstock: What are some of the gifts for you?
Julie Reisler: I would say, I’m guessing anyone listening just seem to be a chat to people that are, I call them big-hearted overachievers. I was raised as an overachiever. I always had two to three activities every day and that just transferred into my life. I have two kids. Between my own business and traveling and moving and going from A to B to Z, back and forth and getting them to school and just all of that rushing around, I think took a toll on my sleep, my adrenals, my wellbeing, my peace of mind.
And I’m somebody, you know I’ve been meditating. I pretty introspective, but I think one of the biggest gifts has been really slowing down. It’s been getting great sleep. It’s been letting my car take a long nap for a couple of days at a time, is what I’ve been saying. And just having more space and time to really ask deep questions, like how do I want to express in the world? How does my heart want to move forward? How do I want to make an impact? And I’ve had that space because I’m not rushing around as much. So I have kids on Zoom. We were talking about this before, there’s a lot going on, but yeah, a huge gift has been that space of time and not feeling the energy of all of these events and travel. And even though they’re fun, it takes a lot of energy to do that.
Melinda Wittstock: Yeah. Well, women in particular feel so much pressure to over-give and overachieve and more and more and more, we do that with such serving hearts that often we can do it from a place of like an empty cup. Like we’re putting everyone else ahead of us in that rush of all the things we have to do, just doing, doing, doing, doing that we can forget easily about ourselves. And this theme comes up so frequently on this podcast where when we’re in that energy over time, it burns us out. And you’re right about the adrenals, the hormones, all those kinds of things. And we get a little bit older, into our 40s or whatever, and can find we have nothing left in the tank. So when you work with your clients, what are some of the big kind of issues they have? Do you kind of help them with that kind of over-deliver piece?
Julie Reisler: Yeah, I have a really lovely mix. I tend to attract a lot of what I call these big-hearted overachieving entrepreneurs. Not everybody is an entrepreneur, but I tend to just have quite a few that have struggled with. I think had to get over that voice of who do I think I am to do this, breaking through their next level. I think health, wellbeing. I struggled with food addiction for most of my life. So I have a lot of people that come to me with like, how do I nourish myself and not be crappy to myself and deal with some of the issues around eating and overeating and self-love. Usually, the work is around how do you connect back to your heart wisdom? How do you live from that place? How do you stop the vicious cycle of telling yourself you’re not good enough, have worthiness issues a lot around kind of in that realm.
And for me, in addition to coaching, I have a background in energy healing and also on intuitive as well. So I do use my… I do teach how to tune into intuition and heart intelligence, which is a thing. And I also do use my own training and just gifts around energy healing and intuition. That took me a long time to be comfortable to say that. I will tell you and so it’s funny. I do tend to get a lot of women and some men that are really awakening to feeling like there’s more than just the average, just pick my kids up from school, make lunch, do my work. There’s more, there’s more. And we want to feel more and I [inaudible 00:06:40]
Melinda Wittstock: Yeah. Yeah. It’s that transition from being a human doing, to being a human being?
Julie Reisler: Yeah, yeah, for sure. That’s awesome.
Melinda Wittstock: How to actually be, but at the root of it though, I mean, I think if we undervalue ourselves, that’s the thing that drives that over-deliver. And so for women in particular, I mean, you seized on it. A lot of women don’t think they’re enough. There’s some inner belief subconscious, or maybe even conscious, or that inner bully voice, I call it, right? That tells you all the ways and you have to be better or you’re not enough. And there’s all the comparisonitis that we see when we look on social media and all that, that just drums in continually that we’re not enough and we have to go prove something. So what’s the aha moment? I mean, when we get into the practicality of this, because I think a lot of people listening are like, yeah, I want to live like that, but they don’t necessarily know what steps to take to get to that place. And so how do you break that down?
Julie Reisler: Well, I think the first thing is you’ve got to start really getting, you got to be aware, become aware that this is actually, I think of it as a programming. I think most of us are programmed or you need to think of it as a computer. We’ve been trained to feel not good enough and to feel like we always should be doing more. See, you’ve got to start noticing it. It’s like anything. You can’t really make any changes until you’re aware. So usually the first place to start is just to start to track all the times that you’re saying things to yourself. And that’s actually the next book that I’m writing, Melinda, is all about this voice, who do I think I am to do this? Or feeling like you don’t have what it takes or the worthiness.
So you got to notice where you’re saying that’s yourself. And I actually I’ll have clients track it, take a day or two all the times that comes up. What are you saying? You got to foresee the voice, see it. It’s hard to be an observer of something that you don’t see. Otherwise, it’s a blind spot for most of us. So once you can see that that’s what you’re saying to yourself, that that’s kind of the programming you’re operating under kind of like a computer program. Think of it like you want to upgrade.
Melinda Wittstock: Yeah. You need to move to being a curious observer of yourself. I mean, I think that’s the biggest part of consciousness, it allows us to be in the now. So for instance, when we get triggered by something, if you find yourself being anxious or angry or upset by something to me, I’ve learned that that’s a really wonderful opportunity to let go of whatever that belief or story subconsciously I was telling myself and just sit there for a moment and ask that’s interesting. Why am I feeling this way? Do I really need to? Is this even true? Because we all bring in so many stories that society tells us about ourselves, maybe our parents, when we were little kids or just even a conversation we overheard somewhere and we make a story about it as a little kid without even a frontal lobe developed yet. So like without a full deck and then it drives us our whole lives.
So to step into that curious observer space, it requires you to schedule quiet time for yourself. And on my own conscious journey, I mean, it had to start as a little bit of work, I think to begin with for me. Now it’s just sort of effortless. It’s just how I am and how I go about my life. But in the beginning, I mean, I had to actually schedule quite time. Otherwise, I wouldn’t do it, you know?
Julie Reisler: Oh, absolutely. Look, I think the second piece is once you’ve started to become aware of scheduling quiet time, meditation, stillness. I mean, it’s just, it’s crucial. Even if it’s five minutes because it’s hard. I know this personally. I mean, it’s changed my life. I struggled with an addiction, as I said earlier. And it has literally helped rewire my way of being and thinking. But I think the thing is we often go into, and it’s funny, I was just saying this to someone. I woke up the other day and I was like, it’s not just mindset. It’s actually, to me, it’s heart-set. There’s a lot of research. I’ve worked with and gotten to know the folks at HeartMath and there’s a lot of real hardcore scientific research that our heart has sensory neurons of intelligence.
We have intelligence in our heart that is different than our brain. It is not a polar organ. So when you ask your heart questions, you’re going to get different… You’re going to get a response. It’s succinct and it’s for your highest good. And so I actually believe one of the places to go next is start connecting with your higher heart. And it sounds maybe hoaxy, but I got to tell you, if you start this practice of you’re dealing with a concern or an issue, ask your head, write down all the concerns, what you’re feeling, do three to five minutes of just connecting, slow breathing to your heart and then ask your heart wisdom. Ask for an answer, you’re going to get very different, very different response. And if you start to track that it’s undeniable. I mean, that’s what I’ve been doing the last five, six years. My whole business has been powered from this, going into my heart first. And by the way, that kind of that supersedes worthiness because your heart, I mean, it doesn’t know.
Melinda Wittstock: Well it’s true. There’s truth, there’s truth in it.
Julie Reisler: Exactly, exactly.
Melinda Wittstock: When we can get into this in our businesses and in our lives, a flow state where we’re really acting on inspiration rather than a willful thing coming from our left brain, which is necessarily limited. Our heart, I think is how I interpret what you’re saying is our heart is not limited, whereas our brain can be, and we can miss things. So if I look back on my life and any mistake I ever made, it was when I let my mind override my intuition.
Julie Reisler: Yeah. Yes.
Melinda Wittstock: Have you had that in your life where you look back and you think, oh man, I knew this?
Julie Reisler: Oh my God, how much time do we… Melinda, how much time do we have? Yeah. I mean, look, I will say I am remarried. My first marriage, a really good person, however, oh yeah. I had a sense early on, we ended up being together 15 years. I mean, I just didn’t want to listen to it. I mean, this has happened many times. I just got sick and tired of the results of not listening and it just, it started to feel like, you know something, it doesn’t work so well. I get instincts, I get intuition. And we all receive that information differently, but that’s been studied. It’s real to have a knowing, a sense, a feeling or whatever, a gut. And I just started to look at it like, wait a minute. It just doesn’t work as well.
And frankly, I don’t want to live in suffering like that. And I just started to look at it. I’ve actually even I’ve charted it on this huge poster board. I did like a mind map of every time I listened to my intuition and what happened, it’s miraculous. I’m one of those people, I love evidence. So I’m one of those nerds that’s like, okay, I’m going to track it, chart it out. I just like to see it. And it’s just been incredible what happens when I listen. So that’s a lot of what I teach. I use that with clients, with coaching, with teaching, and I think look, it takes a little time to build that trust. Sometimes what I’ve found is it can be, look, it’s not the logic-centered mind that we’re used to leaning on. So it’s not as enforced. We’re not raised, not at this point at least where you’re taught listen to that gut feeling. We’re just not. We’re taught to go to scientific and rational logic. And that’s important. I just don’t think it’s supersedes logic. I mean, intuition.
Melinda Wittstock: Right. I mean, it’s funny in my own trajectory, I went from having the to-do list. Okay. The to-do list is definitely something coming out of your left brain, all the things you think you should do. And should is an interesting word because is should even what you want, right?
Julie Reisler: Yeah, absolutely.
Melinda Wittstock: And so, you have these lists and the list is never done. So you always just automatically feel inadequate because you never really get it done. Like your work is never done. It’s actually a phrase that a lot of people say, right? Like my work is never done that kind of thing, right, which leads to all these burnout, feelings, right, and real burnout. To flip it though and live more by a intentions list. So for me, it went from a to-do list to an intention list to now more of like, what’s the inspired action to take today in my business that if I do one thing, it’s going to have a multiplicity of impacts for good in my business and my life.
And so I think about all the businesses that I’ve built over the years, this current one, my fifth is almost 100% guided by inspiration and really following intuition and really being open in that sense. And the difference is miraculous because even though there’s a lot of work, it’s really being guided as to what’s the most important thing to do, what has the most leverage. And at that moment, all kinds of interesting synchronicities and serendipities like the right person shows up at the right time, all these sorts of things and you’re in alignment and you’re enjoying your work. It doesn’t feel like a slog anymore. And so that’s been this trajectory that I’ve been on. I look back at other businesses that felt hard, for every two steps forward, you get kind of kicked back or whatever. And then this one just is in a lot more flow. Really, I perceive as a result of the changes specifically within me.
Julie Reisler: Yeah, sure. Absolutely.
Melinda Wittstock: You know, it’s a really big difference. And so you say that this has really inspired this new way of being for you has really inspired a lot of changes in your business. So like specifically, what kind of things change about the way you run your business?
Julie Reisler: Yeah. And I’m thinking, it’s funny. I was just looking at a quote this morning, you mentioned Eckhart Tolle, and the quote is “If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place.”
Melinda Wittstock: Absolutely. It’s so funny. It’s so elegantly simple. Isn’t it?
Julie Reisler: I know. It’s so simple. It’s simple, but it’s like a lot of things it does not mean it’s easy. It does not mean that I listen. It can be deceptive to think, it’s deceptively simple, but it truly, I believe that. I will say, look, I was working in a lovely corporate day job, six years ago. I left it to, as a single mom at the time with very little cushion or much of anything to start my business. And I had a very strong sense that… I had a master’s degree in coaching and I had an idea of what I wanted to do. And my intuition that between being in that flow state, following my heart wisdom and intuition has really led to where I am today, which I’m really grateful.
And I have a gratefully have a thriving business that I’m able to add value through coaching programs and books and speaking and teaching about intuition and teaching about this sacredness of life. And so, I’ll share one of the best intuitive gifts that happen. I had this for a year, I kept hearing this voice that said Julie, you really need to write a book. And I thought, well, I’m not the best writer. I always was told it was really flowery. And they thought I was an ESL student when I was taking my SATs. I was smart, but that was not the best in English.
So yeah. So I had all those reasons and I ended up met a friend who had just written a book. She showed me in this like lovely mind-map way what she’d done. And I went home and I mind mapped my book and I thought, Oh wow. I can do this. I ended up reaching out to, who’s now become a dear friend, to Hal, Hal Elrod who wrote The Miracle Morning, thinking it’d be awesome to have him endorse my book. I love The Miracle Morning. It’s really helped me. I forgot about it. Heard back later. It was just on a whim, went to his website, the contact us, and then eight weeks later, he said, “Yeah, I’d love to.”
Well, that ended up leading to a whole chain of events. I ended up getting to meet him when he spoke here. I went to his conference because I was already visiting my sister in California. I mean, what happened next is pretty amazing. I was part of his Mastermind and I’ve had him on my podcast. He’s become someone who’s a mentor, a friend. And that was that one little intuitive, Julie should just reach out to him, just go to the website. And if I’d listened to the other side of me that was like, who are you? Who do you think you are? You don’t know him. That’s not going to work. I’d done that before and that didn’t work. So I have so many examples that like that, but that really changed the trajectory of my business.
I’ve been very involved in his community and then other communities and people through there. And the Sacredology, School of Sacredology today has a lot of beautiful folks from The Miracle Morning community. That all came from six years reaching out on the contact us of his website. So lots and lots of examples. That’s the stuff I like to travel.
Melinda Wittstock: I love what you did there because you had the inspiration and then you took action on it. So, and I think a lot of us get inspirations and unless you put action to it immediately, it’s of like the universe says, oh, well, that wasn’t interesting to you. So, okay. We won’t give you any more thought, right?
Julie Reisler: Yeah, exactly. Like, okay. I guess you’re not that interested, right? Exactly. That’s right. Okay.
Melinda Wittstock: It’s really true. So you talk about overcoming a lot of limiting beliefs about money in particular. And everybody has that. People have such a weird idea about money. And I know I’ve had to work pretty hard to overcome my own limiting beliefs, things that emanated from my childhood, all the things we hear about money and whatnot. Talk to me a little bit about that. What was your story there?
Julie Reisler: Oh yeah. This is one of my favorite topics, Melinda. And I’ll tell you, this has taken a long time to be in this kind of healing space. One of my goals and desires is to some point really tackle this from that sacred, Sacredology concept because I think we all have something right. Most of us have something around money. For me, I’ll just say this very briefly to kind of set the stage. I grew up with my father was a Vietnam veteran with PTSD and bipolar and ADHD. And it was all undiagnosed. He’s brilliant, coached all of my soccer games. He historian, brilliant, but ended up starting his own businesses. And as a result, he just couldn’t, I mean, people loved him, but he couldn’t make it work because of all of those. I mean, he had a lot going against him and he wasn’t treated.
So I grew up with a lot of stress around money. I grew up in a very affluent area. On the flip side, I had my mom’s side who is very all entrepreneurs, very affluent, wealthy, kind, humble. So I saw a lot of people with money that were very loving, generous, so that was helpful. But there was always this storyline of, okay, my grandmother saves us. My dad has massive debt. I mean, my dad ended up being in we’re talking hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt in back taxes, but would be driving the new Audi when he couldn’t afford it. So I grew up with this really nutty, not the most stable feeling and sensor on money. It was just, it felt like we’d have it. We wouldn’t have it. My dad was in a job, had a business, out of a job. And I somehow always, always was doing activities and things. My grandmother bought both houses, that kind of situation.
So I’ll share a quick story. When I was in college midway, I went to University of Rochester, loved it. Halfway through my mom, I came home for break and she’s like, “Listen, I’ve bad news. We can’t afford to send you.” And I already, by the way, I was working three jobs. I’m not kidding. I was working three jobs and was on student loans. So it was not like I was… I was not like on my couch doing nothing. And I was almost an A student. I was doing what I could do. And she said, “We can’t do it anymore.” And I just, I was like, I cannot not go back to school. I loved it. I had friends, I loved what I was studying.
I ended up calling my great aunt, who I hadn’t talked to in years. She lived in Omaha, Nebraska. Actually, she was friendly with Warren Buffett, like kind of in that world, but we didn’t know each other. And I decided to, I had no other choice. And I ask her to lend me a large sum of money to be able to go, and started paying her $25 a month I mean, as I could. But I had a lot of fear and a lot of unsteadiness and it has taken me quite a bit of time to really unravel that and to heal that and to get that money has nothing to do with worthiness. We all are worthy. I believe it’s an energy in the form of currency. And then as a female and then starting my business and then charging and charging what I feel I’m worth, we could do a whole like five-part series on this.
Melinda Wittstock: Oh, that’s so… I mean, all of the women I mentor and just even things I’ve seen in my own experience, when you land a deal, but like don’t send the invoice or you discount yourself or negotiate against yourself before you’ve even… These sorts of things where women tend to under charge for their services or these kinds of things. And it manifests in so many different ways in business.
Julie Reisler: Absolutely. It took me a while. What I started to get… I mean, I just started to see it. I was paying more for really phenomenal coaches and training programs. And I realized there came a time where I said, you know, it’s doing a disservice to this, to the field. Especially coaching has shifted when I started. I mean, 10 years ago people were like, “You’re what? You’re doing what?” I’m like, “I know.” Now it’s a lot more prevalent, but it doesn’t… I just started to see being kind to myself, compassion, being in my heart, all of that is connected. And so, yeah. Do I work with people, especially right now I have payment plans. Have I worked with a few people? Have I done some pro bono work? Have I given special? Yeah, I really, I tune into my intuition on that, but I will say I’m really grateful.
I’ve had some great mentors and role models and learned that most men and if you’re a male listening, maybe you haven’t dealt with this, but most men don’t have an issue charging what they’re worth. Often women undercharge. And I just started to see it doesn’t do a service for anybody. And I believe, look, I believe in me and what I’m doing. I really do. And once I started to get, and I saw the transformation, I saw the results, it’s like, okay, well, I’ve got to step in. And that’s why I’m writing this next book because it’s about this voice that says, who do I think I am and how can I charge that.
And I’ll tell you, those post-traumatic, some of the stuff around my dad, it still comes up sometimes. Having a business as you know, it means I’ve invested in myself quite a bit and what I’m doing and that is not for the faint of heart, but I’ve learned so much along the way from a lot of different mentors. And I think that’s an important thing. Find people, especially women that do have a good concept of self-worth that are charging and embody that, ask them to mentor you, coach you. I have found that to be very, very helpful. I do very well learning from others. So that’s helped me a lot too, Melinda, honestly.
Melinda Wittstock: Women are good learners. We tend to really like to learn.
Julie Reisler: Yeah, totally.
Melinda Wittstock: Like we ask questions. We’re the ones who ask directions when we’re lost. A lot of guys won’t, they’ll just figure it out themselves because it just, even on that like simple level. But you mentioned something earlier on and just now too, about investing in coaching and masterminds. I can’t think of a successful woman or man for that matter, even if with them it happens on the golf course or whatever, but who does not leverage those kinds of relationships. It’s really impossible to succeed if you’re isolated and you’ve got your head down and you’re just kind of perfecting something without really creating those relationships and learning, and it is an investment, like none of it. It’s not an expense. It’s an investment in yourself and your business. And it’s just so I think it’s actually one of the biggest predictors of success, I mean, as is being able to figure out how to live in the now, you know?
Julie Reisler: Yeah, absolutely.
Melinda Wittstock: They’re both pretty critical. What was the spark that made you think, okay, I need some coaching or I need to be in a mastermind or whatever. What was the aha that took you down that path?
Julie Reisler: Yeah. Well, I’ll say it started 10, 11 years ago. I had one of my first coaches that changed my life. I mean, it helped me to leave my marriage that was not the best for me. It helped me to leave a job to start my own business and help me to take care of my health when I had a massive health breakdown, go get my master’s degree. I mean, my original coach, it was so powerful. When I started getting into it and then eventually I went and got my master’s degree and I believe in it. I’ve always had a coach. And then I remember for example with house, mastermind, just following kind of that sense that I think it’s Jim Rohn. I wish it was a woman. I’m sure there’s a female quote that’s similar, but he did say it’s like, you are the sum of the five people you hang around most.
And I could just feel like I love where I am, but there weren’t as many entrepreneurs here. Most of the moms, they’re great. But most of the moms that I know at my kid’s schools are not entrepreneurs. And I just know me. I do well in community and learning with others, like you’d said. And so I just, I tried it out and I remember I was really nervous. I was not fully… I mean, what I was investing in that was just about what I was bringing in and it took time, but it has paid off in many, many, many, many different kinds of ways. And I would say one of not just monetarily, but the friends and the relationships I have are just they’re priceless.
And it’s interesting, I’m starting my own. I have a coaching program and I’ve just said to people, it’s a game changer because when you’re with people that are of like-mind that want to up-level and grow and expand, you could get into the quantum physics of it. There is a quantum, something about when there’s an intention. Actually the book, The Intention Experiment does get into the science behind it, which was very helpful for my logical mind. I was like, oh, this really works. But yeah, I think it’s absolutely worth every penny and it’s not just the monetary gain and you’re going to change your whole way of seeing yourself. And that’s really what it is. It’s how we view ourselves. Everything on the outside, as Eckhart Tolle said, it will reflect the inside. So, I wanted people that I could see were really making an impact in a bigger way that I would be able to learn from and emulate.
Melinda Wittstock: Yeah. That is such a game changer. So, Julie, I mean, I could actually talk to you for hours.
Julie Reisler: I know. This has been fun I forgot. I’m like, you know, we probably have a time limit here, but it’s been awesome. I love it.
Melinda Wittstock: Yeah. So I want to make sure that people know how to find you and work with you. First of all, tell us a little bit about your podcast and where people can find that. And if they want to sign up for your program, how do they do that?
Julie Reisler: Yeah, absolutely. So the easiest thing to do, if you go to my website, it’s just my name. It’s Julie Reisler and its R-E-I like the store, S-L-E-R. So juliereisler.com. I’m on social media, if you look up my name. My podcast is called The You-est You. It is all about being your most authentic self. As Dr. Seuss said, “no one is more you-er than you.” So I just took it a step further. It’s The You-est You. And you can find that iTunes, iHeartRadio, anywhere. You can also find it on my website. I do have quite a few meditations courses and talks up on Insight Timer. It’s a very powerful, amazing meditation app that’s free and there’s quite a bit there that’s free as well.
And then if anyone’s interested, just connect with me. If I said anything that feels like it could help you, support you, can go to my website, the School of Sacredology. If you just go to School of Sacredology, then you will find out more about this really incredible learning community. We meet every week. We have masterclasses with luminaries like the HeartMath CEO and others. And it’s a quest to learn how to live in your heart and how to live a sacred life. So those are a couple of different ways. And I just appreciate being here. This has been really fun. I hope it’s been helpful and impactful.
Melinda Wittstock: Oh yes, absolutely. It was a joy to talk to you. Thank you so much for putting on your wings and flying with us.
Julie Reisler: Thank you so, so much.