Book Talk: Get What you Want
Inspired by her upcoming book Get What You Want: How to Go From Unseen to Unstoppable, Julie Solomon shares how to let go of outdated ideas of what is possible and use your newfound confidence to create the life and business you want.
In her new book, Julie Solomon shows you how to Get What You Want
Marketing expert and entrepreneur JULIE SOLOMON’s new book is a must-read empowerment guide. In Get What You Want: How to Go From Unseen to Unstoppable, Solomon shows you exactly how to get what you want – especially if you think getting what you want is impossible. For those tired of being told “just be yourself,” the host of the chart-topping The Influencer Podcast reveals how to shake off outdated ideas and cultivate the confidence to pursue the life and career of your dreams. Like her compelling and motivational keynote speeches and conversations, Solomon’s book is filled with actionable steps, accessible exercises, and eye-opening shifts in perspective that leave audiences feeling ready to maximize their potential.
For more than fifteen years, Julie Solomon has been empowering lives—including her own. The host of The Influencer Podcast, Julie, has launched several successful online programs and masterminds, including Pitch It Perfect, The Influencer Academy, and SHINE Mastermind. She helps women turn messages into movements and empowers entrepreneurs to grow their influence and impact through her work. Julie was recently named one of the Top 100 leaders in influencer marketing.
In her weekly chart-topping podcast, The Influencer Podcast, she offers up real-time coaching, straight talk, and conversations about business growth and personal development to her millions of listeners worldwide. From her start as a publicist representing some of the top music acts and thought leaders of our generation, Julie has grown to teach tens of thousands of students worldwide.
Her work is featured in outlets including FORBES, Entrepreneur, Business Weekly, SUCCESS, and People Magazine. Julie currently lives in Nashville with her husband, award-winning actor and activist Johnathon Schaech, two children, Camden and Lily Jo, and their sassy pomeranian Foxy.