Sunday, December 29, 2013

We're Talking Tactics! 1st THING 1st on 1/1/14!

Happy last week of 2013! 
Can you believe it? Time sure does fly when you’re doing what you love! Speaking of doing what you love, I’m on a mission in 2014 to help you do WAY more of what you love to grow your business, and WAY less of what you shouldn’t be doing. 

To fully step into 2014 and really make the next 12 months remarkable, I would like to invite you to begin your year focused and strong with an easy, yet exponential 1, 2, 3 plan. 

The 1, 2, 3, plan will take you through the first quarter of 2014, so 90 days with accelerated action towards making your BIG & BODACIOUS (love it!) first quarter goal become a reality! 

Notice that we are only focused on the first quarter at the moment. I have found that over the years, annual goals start to loose steam by the beginning of February because December seems so far away.  But if we break our annual goals into manageable quarterly buckets, we can absolutely focus on anything for 90 days. Exciting isn’t it?! 

OK, so here it is, the easy and exponential 1, 2, 3 plan to rocket your first quarter and ignite your entire year! 

1. Join the “1st Things 1st” call on January 1st at 1pm Pacific (it’s free!) where I will guide you through a process on how to focus on one thing and forget the rest (yay!) because we don’t have time to do all that unnecessary busy work anyway. Click here to register so I know how many to plan for. This call will set the tone for the the entire quarter so don’t miss it and if you already have plans, register anyway and I’ll send you the recording. 

2. Invite an accountability partner to register for the call and recording, and then make a plan to have a call with your partner every week.  Let’s face it, we’re all human. We can start things with a bang because starting something new is always exciting, but staying the course is the hard part.  I guarantee that if you have someone to help you stay the course EVERY WEEK, your results will be exponentially better than if you try to go it alone. Trust me. This is the secret sauce and I walk my own talk with accountability partner calls TWICE a week! 

3. Commit. Yes, simply commit for 90 days. Deciding is one thing, but making a commitment is golden. If you’ve been struggling to grow your business, to generate consistent and sustainable personal income, or to re-invent yourself in way that feels more authentic and less like pushing a rock uphill, then it’s time for you to make the commitment to yourself NOW. Time to step fully into who you are meant to be by sharing your unique gifts and talents in a bigger, more expansive way. Your time is now, so step in, step up, and let’s make it happen together. Whoo hoo to that! 


If you haven’t already, get registered now for SYMPOSIA :: 2014 Conference for Women Entrepreneurs.  I created this awe-inspiring day just for YOU. It’s not a profit making endeavor- it’s a labor of love. You need to hear the stories of these 7 figure women so you can learn, feel mentored and model the path they have carved.  Their stories are your story, just further down the path. Reserve your seat now if you’re serious about making 2014 a remarkable and rock star year, and use the promo code INSPIRE to save $30.  This day was created just for you, so again, just step in and step up! 

Whew this was a long one! That’s how passionate I am about making this year EXPONENTIAL & REMARKABLE! 

Here's the link again to register for the “1st Thing 1st” call on January 1st at 1pm which will also take you to the registration page for SYMPOSIA :: 2014. 

This is going to be an exciting year and I can’t wait to take this amazing 2014 journey together! 

Be Profitable & Be WELL! 

xoxo, jgw. 

P.S. Register for the call and then don’t forget to forward this invite to an accountability partner... Double your pleasure, double your fun, double up and get it... DONE!!

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

We're Talking Tactics! How to Stop Networking & Start Leading

Holiday events abound, and create a plethora of marketing opportunities... or do they? Networking has always been an excellent way of meeting people face-to-face, building relationships and doing business, but what if there was a better way... 

Do you agree or disagree? What's your best networking tip? Post your comment below and share your goodndess!

Also, of you haven't registered for SYMPOSIA :: 2014 Conference for Women Entrepreneurs on January 10th in San Francisco, time is ticking!  

Meet Susan Thomas, SYMPOSIA speaker on COURAGE. 

Susan has won dozens of awards for service excellence and innovation in PR, marketing communications, and video, including the 2013 Golden Gate Female Entrepreneur of the Year, all while raising 4 beautiful children with her husband and overcoming some incredible personal challenges. Come hear and learn from Susan's inspiring 7 figure journey... The day promises to be MAGICAL!

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

We're Talking Tactics! 6 Tips to End Perfection Peralysis & Become a 100% Finisher!

If you're reading this, you probably know that I consult with and coach women entrepreneurs to determine the best strategies to grow their sales to a million and beyond, but did you also know that I walk my own talk by having my own coaches for various aspects of my business? Well I absolutely do (and if I didn't, you shouldn't be working with me!).

During a recent conversation with my accountability coach, she said something that made a huge impact, so of course I want to pass her message on to you.  When we were reviewing my commitments, she said, "Now I understand what's happening. You are a 90%er."

I have to admit that I was stunned for a second, but then immediately had a huge revelation. "Yes I am!" I said, and was so excited to realize why it's taking longer than I want to finish projects that are really important to me.  

As we talked about it further, I got real about the fact that when something is really important to me, the last ten percent suddenly feels like running uphill at mile 12 of a half marathon with only 1.1 miles to go, because I want it to be.... perfect! So yes, sometimes I struggle the same issues I discuss with many of you - Perfection Paralysis

I used to be a frequent 70%er, so getting to 90% is progress, but now with full acknowledgement and a few strategies, I'm pushing to one hundred with ease and enjoyment!  Because truth be told, it feels GREAT to finish something completely.  Exhale.

So here are my 5 tips to help you push through perfection peralysis (so we can be in the 100% club together!):

1) Decide what percentage of your projects you are currently finishing now.

2) Determine your top 3 projects that will make the most impact if you finish them 100%.

3) Choose ONE project to focus on now and commit to a reasonable 100% completion date.

4) Take a short walk or get a drink of water when you get the the part that's hard to complete, but come back to it right away. 

5) Find an accountability partner or coach and commit to a day and time every week to check-in until your project is 100% complete.  

6) When the going get's extra tough (usually just as you are about to breakthrough), focus on the great feeling you'll have when you can finally say... DONE! 

Growing your business is a journey, and hopefully these six tips will make the journey that much more satisfying and fruitful.

Lastly, it wouldn't be fair if I didn't tell you how to work my awesome accountability coach if that's the piece missing for you, so learn more about Ali Schiller at She is fantastic!

Until next time, Be Profitable & Be WELL! 

xoxo, jgw.

P.S. That picture is of me FINISHING my first half marathon.  See the pure joy in my face after running 13.1 miles? All because I finished what I set out to do... yippee!

P.S.S. Get focused on your most profitable strategies and projects for next year at my conference just for women entrepreneurs "SYMPOSIA :: 2014".  The speaker line up is beyond inspiring so click to learn more and reserve your ticket at before we sell out!

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

We're Talking Tactics! How to Grow with Direct Mail

The secret is out... Direct mail is NOT dead! Watch the video and discover how to start target your best customers and grow your business to the next level...

Do you have a direct mail success story you would like to share? Comment below and tell us what has worked well for you or feel free to ask a question about how to implement a direct mail campaign in your business and I'll be sure to reply ASAP!

Until next time, BE WELL!

xo, jgw.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

We're Talking Tactics! Dreaming Big in Dubai!

Here's a short video that I made for you (with a VIP guest ;) during my trip to Dubai last week.  This is my favorite takeaway, and I'll have more powerful insights to share with you soon.... Enjoy!

P.S. If 2014 is going to be your best year yet, start January with a huge jumpstart at my upcoming event, SYMPOSIA :: 2014 for Conference for Women Entrepreneurs.  Get empowered and inspired with "7 Stories of 7 Figure Women & Beyond" to accelerate your business growth and profitability in 2014. Click to reserve your seat now.

P.S.S. Did I mention that the founder of Gymboree is the keynote speaker? Click to learn more and get your ticket before the early bird rate expires on November 30th! 

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

We're Talking Tactics! How to Make Any Decision Fast

Have you had any decisions to make that you think the 10 - 10 - 10 strategy might help or do you have another method that you use?  Comment below, and as always, I'll read every one! 

 xoxo until next time! jgw

P.S. Seats are limited so register for SYMPOSIA :: 2014 Conference for Women Entrepreneurs before it sells out!  >

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

"We're Talking Tactics! Go Bare & Do Your Best Work"

If you have a "Go Bare" story, stumble ;-) or question,  just post it in the comments below to share your experience with our community and I promise to reply... Also, feel free to post a link to your business so we can help market your company! 

See you next time... xoxo! 


P.S. Did you get your ticket yet?
SYMPOSIA :: 2014 Conference for Women Entrepreneurs
Click the link above to learn more and catch the early bird rate! Did I mention that the keynote speaker is Joan Barnes, founder of Gymboree?!! 
Go get your ticket! 

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Meet Our Friend Resistance

"All dreams come with resistance." #Steven Pressfield #SuperSoulSunday 

WELLies, expect resistance and welcome it. 

It's normal - especially when you're doing something that's important to you - so meet it head on and move straight through to your dreams on the other side... 

xoxo, #JulieatTheWELL

Monday, September 30, 2013

Count Your Money Like You Count Your Calories & More

Clockwise: Robin Chase of Zip Car, me with Kimberly Weisul Editor-at-Large of Inc. Magazine,
Essie of Essie Cosmetics and Tory Burch of Tory Burch
If you’ve been following our Facebook page, you know that I had the pleasure of attending the Inc. Magazine Women’s Summit and the OPEN American Express CEO BootCamp for Women last week in New York (definitely lucky timing that they were just two days apart!).

While I took a tons of notes and posted and tweeted some, here are a few more valuable nuggets just in case you missed them:

Robin Chase, founder of Zip Car (who went public and then sold to AVIS - whoo hoo!) shared these great tips:

"Start with the minimum viable product to get to customers fast."

"Keep it really, really, simple."

"Be focused and clear about how you spend your money."

"Figure out the most important thing to focus on to prove the concept and then move to the next level."

"Build a company that your customers will want to send you love letters."

Alexa Von Tobel, Founder & CEO of who has raised $40M in capital, all before turning 30, shared:

"Every dollar is as green as the rest until they aren't. Find investors who are experts in your field so not only are they giving you money, they are giving you proven advice." 

Elizabeth Cutlet & Julie Rice, Co-Founders of Soul Cycle, the 20-studio spinning class sensation shared: 

"Don't over think it. We met for the first time over coffee, 48 hours later we had a business plan and space, and 6 months after that our business was open." 

And last but not least - this is one of my favorites because most of us are experts at least half of this equation :) - from Jean Chatzky, The Today Show financial editor and bestselling author:

"Count your dollars like you count calories." 

Whew! That was one awesome week! After 2 full days of listening, learning, absorbing and networking, the overwhelming message I came away with was:  

Start small, have a big vision, 
and take steps every day to making it happen.

Simple, but hugely profound!

Speaking of steps every day, if you haven’t already, be sure to sign up for my new webinar tomorrow at 11am Pacific (it will be recorded if you can’t make it live), called “Finish Strong! 5 Strategies to Maximize Your 4th Quarter & Amplify 2014”. Here’s the link and talk with you soon! >

OK, more goodness tomorrow on the webinar and I'll talk with you soon!  jgw.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Splash in The Spotlight! "Cici's Italian Butterhorns"

 Welcome to "Splash in The Spotlight at The WELL" featuring **Christine Falatico Frey, CEO of Cici's Italian Butterhorns**, who launched her business after her two children went off to college. 
“I just felt like it was my time,” said the self-taught chef, who learned to cook sweet and savory Italian fare from her Nana. 

Much to her delight, CiCi’s has become a family affair: Frey’s daughter helps with baking, her son maintains her web presence and marketing, and her husband packs product and schleps boxes. 

Christine's yummy butterhorns can be found at many fine food stores, so if you see them, don't resist! 

For more info, visit her website at  Congrats Christine and keep up the delicious work!

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Splash In the Spotlight! "Candice Bennet & Associates, Inc."

Welcome to "Splash Into the Spotlight at the WELL" today, featuring award winning ** Candice Bennett & Associates, Inc. ** a full-service marketing research firm based in Virgina. 

Market research is a smart way to validate the wants, needs, pains, and desires of your potential clients and customers, so engaging an experienced firm like Candice Bennett & Associates is a great use of your research dollars! 

For more info, LIKE her page at and visit her site at Congrats again to Candice Bennett, President of Candice Bennett & Associates, a certified women-owned award winning business!

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Baby You're a Firework!

Independence Day takes on a whole new meaning when you're an entrepreneur. Cheers to stepping up, believing in yourself and choosing to serve the world with your unique gifts and passions! xoxo #WomenEntrepreneursareFirecrackers!

Thursday, June 20, 2013

"Always be more than you appear, and never be more than you are." -Bono

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Is Your Headshot Hurting Your Business?

Recently I saw a Facebook ad inviting me to click on a link to watch a video and register for a webinar. The photo of the person in the ad was both fun and gorgeous, so I felt excited to click through to learn more and maybe even sign up. 

After clicking the link, I arrived on a webpage with a video of the person in the ad, but when I clicked "play", it was very obvious that the picture in the ad was taken a LONG time ago! The person in the ad was vibrant and spunky and the person in the video was much older, had gained weight and did not match the person in the picture. Now don’t get me wrong, the person in the video was fine too, but I felt tricked by the “promise of what to come” and began to doubt the authenticity of the person behind the ad and video. 

So I ask you… Is YOUR headshot hurting your business? 

If you’re not sure, here are 5 ways to decide if it’s time to have a re-shoot: 

1. You don’t look like your picture anymore. It seems obvious, but if you have lost or gained weight, your hair is much longer, shorter or greyer, or if it's been more than 3 years- it’s time for a re-shoot. Hair is the reason I just had a new picture taken. My last headshot was taken in December of 2011 which isn't too bad, but I was training for a marathon so I cut it very short and now my hair is about 10 inches longer! 

2. The picture of you is too small. People love to connect with your face, especially your eyes and smile, and if they can’t see you, they probably won’t get a feeling for the type of person you are. Don’t be afraid of an extreme close up either. This was how I solved my long hair problem. I cropped my picture down to mostly my face with only a hint of hair, and then my hair was no longer an issue and the viewer was able to connect with my personality. Try it- zoom in and don’t be shy! 

3. Your picture is too casual or too formal for the audience. Depending on the type of business you’re in, you may need to have a more formal shot or a more casual shot (and no, a selfie from your trip to Margaritaville last summer probably isn't a good idea!). Your wardrobe usually determines the tone of your presentation so think through colors, collars and jewelry to ensure that you are presenting an image in alignment with your brand message and promise. If you sell products, shoot a few pics holding or surrounded by them and show your fun side if it makes sense for what you offer.

4. Your picture doesn’t match your video. I’ve already shared with you my experience, so remember, if you are using video to market your services and products (and if you aren’t, get started ASAP!), make sure your current self and your frozen self aren’t too far apart. 

5. No picture at all. No picture might even be worse that an old picture! Today’s sales and marketing is all about transparency (trust me, they’ve already googled you before they called you), and if you don’t post a picture of yourself on your social media profiles and website, you might just appear… CREEPY! I know, creepy is a dramatic word borrowed from my 14 year-old daughter, but how can I do business with you if I can’t get at least a small feeling about who you are? Bottom line- don’t be a creeper, post a picture! 

I just had the pleasure of a new photo session with Nancy Rothstein Photography (I highly recommend Nancy if you’re it the San Francisco Bay Area!), and while it wasn’t inexpensive, neither is the value of what I teach about how to grow a profitable and sellable million dollar business (my brand promise), so it was money very well spent to illustrate my brand and content quality.

Lastly, if you aren’t ready to invest in professionally done photos, you can use a high quality camera (a newer smart phone camera will work just fine too) and have a friend take a close up shot so your clients can see your beautiful, credible and current face!

Have you had a positive or negative experience based on someone’s headshot? Post a comment below (I read every one personally!) and tell me what happened… 

Until next time! xoxo, jgw.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

The Entrepreneur's Secret Sauce

On a scale of 1-10, how FOCUSED are you today? I'm an 8 today, much better than yesterday's all-over-the-map 6! Post your # below...

Monday, May 13, 2013

3 Lessons Learned from My Kids on Mother's Day

I had the unusual opportunity to spend the entire day with 2 of my three kids, completely uninterrupted by a volleyball tournament or a Little League game. My oldest son is away in college, but even he had a long distance message for me. Reflecting on my lovely day as I tucked the youngest in last night,  I thought I would share the lessons my kids taught me yesterday as they each celebrated their mom - me!

1. Someone has to take the lead.
Having a daughter in the middle of two sons is a God send.  Often when they are thinking about sports, girls or girls and sports (that isn't a typo), she in all of her fourteen and a half years of wisdom, is always thinking ahead. She plans, strategizes and documents all of her to do's. When she was 10 and wanted to remodel her room, she gave me a PowerPoint presentation - slide animation and all!  While I am sure the boys would have eventually come up with something special for me yesterday (Catch in the park? A smaller than usual load of college laundry?), my future GirlPreneur took the lead, designed the breakfast menu, delegated preparation assignments and had the camera ready upon delivery. So organized, so one-step-short-of-bossy but completely on track. Amazing! Not sure where she gets it from... :-)

2. Mistakes happen but it's all about the recovery.
Then there's my youngest son.  Twelve is just about the age when passive aggressiveness seems to rear its independent head.  Apparently he was assigned to ride his bike to the bakery to get my favorite morning buns, but decided that it was too early and he wasn't getting up when she commanded him to.  Of course she nobly replied to his insubordination with, "Fine, I'll get them myself but you aren't getting any!" After she left, he dragged himself into my room, shared the story and asked, "You don't think she's really not going to give me one do you?" I resisted telling him that you get what you give, it was Mother's Day after all. But I did say that she wasn't happy with him, so who knows if she meant it or not. Suddenly he got a bright-eyed look on his face and said, "I know, I'll go cut the strawberries so when she gets back, that part will be done and then I'll probably get a morning bun!" With that he bolted down to the kitchen to start earning his breakfast back. And sure enough, she so appreciated him stepping up to help, she let him have two!

3. Texting is efficient, but a phone call is priceless.
Those of you that have teens are probably mad text-ers like I am. They trained me early and they trained me well.  Too well. So well that sometimes I forget to call people for important things and just ping them a quick text instead. Not the best habit but I'm working on it.  Anyway, imagine my surprise when my 20 year-old son CALLED me to say Happy Mother's Day.  I thanked him profusely for calling and said that I was surprised that he didn't just text me. I obviously insulted him because there was a long pause before he said, "Wow Mom. Texting isn't good for everything. Sometimes you just need to call people for important stuff." Ouch. Got it son. Thanks for the reminder.

So after mothering for 20 years, I am still a mom-in-progress, and more often than I care to admit, my best teachers are my kids!

How was your Mother's Day? Share with us below... xo, jgw. 

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Thursday, May 9, 2013


Awesome time speaking for NAWBO San Francisco tonight. Sharing my point of view on growing and valuing woman owned companies makes my heart sing!

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Lease is the Killer

Catch my quote in BloombergBusinessweek today at so you can be sure to avoid this situation (and I don't mean a bad hair day lol!).

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

I love this soooo much!  Post yours below in the comments and I'll make one for you too! 
Fill in the blank: Keep Calm and _________________.  Try it! 

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

3 Power "Ps" of Time Management

As an entrepreneur, mom of 3 and a wife of a wonderful hubby that needs attention too, TIME is always on my mind! 

What time is it? What do I NEED to get done today? Now? This week? 

These questions are constantly rolling around in my mind all day - usually times 3 - business, family, and personal. Exhausting! 

So in order to keep the time monsters quiet, I utilize a simple system that I start every day with.  I like doing things in 3's (mostly because more than three starts to feel like too much), so here are my Daily 3 P's of Time Management:

1. Plan
Seems obvious but you must plan your day, EVERY day.  For a while I was skipping this step and end up chasing my tail around and around all afternoon. Dumb! So now, I commit to spending 10 minutes planning out all of the tasks that should get completed each day, and if you do the same, your day will hum by productively and profitably! (Notice I said "should". There's always tomorrow, so don't kill yourself if you can't manage to get it all done in a single day).

2. Prioritize
This is huge. Don't necessarily start your day with the task you listed first, because chances are it's not the most important thing to accomplish that day.  Our natural default tends to be the easy tasks or busy work, when we really only need to focus on what we determine are the "A and B" tasks, which should relate to anything sales, marketing and revenue generating. All other tasks that are important but don't directly generate revenue should be designates as "C's" and should only be worked on AFTER all of the A's and B's are completed. Chances are the C's aren't as urgent as you think they are anyway, so focus on the "A & B Money Movers" and watch the magic happen!

3. Practice Time Blocking
OK, I stretched the P on this one a bit, but 3 P's sound better than 2 P's and a B! :) Practice time blocking is based on the fact that we can usually only focus for about an hour, so block out 50 minutes for each A and B task and take a 10 minute break after each 50 minute block.  This way you are protecting time for your most important tasks and also building in time to let your mind and body recharge a bit before jumping into the next important activity.

Bonus Tip:
Use a business journal to document every single day.  In the old days I was a dedicated Day Timer user (dating myself back to the 90's I know...), but since I live and die by my iphone and ipad now, I use a Moleskine journal ( to plan, prioritize and document my day.  Specifically, I start each day with a new page dated at the top and write down my tasks, voicemail messages, brainstorming doodles, etc. for the entire day.  I especially like that it fits into my purse (there are several sizes and formats to choose from), it's great for taking notes in a meeting, and it has a handy flat pocket in the back for business cards etc. 

There you go! Simple, powerful and FREE! My favorite kind of tips!  

What are your best time management tips? Share in the comments below! 

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Get Smart About Your Social Media Marketing

According to a newly published report by Pew Internet, 75% of all adults online are on Facebook (talk about fishing where the fish are!).

Get smart about where your target market is hanging out in this free, easy to read report:

By the way I post a lot of great tips like this on our Facebook page too!

Your Turn...
Do you use social media for marketing? Leave a comment below and let me know!

Rubbing Shoulders with a Shark!

Standing next to ABC's Shark Tank resident shark, Daymond John, founder and CEO of the $350M FUBU clothing empire at #InfusionCon 2013.

Hopefully some of his shark smarts rubbed off!! :)

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Fish Where the Fish Are

When I was the Director of Sales & Marketing for the Sheraton at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco (way back in the 90's lol!),  I always used to tell my sales managers to "Fish Where the Fish Are". What I meant was that it's much easier to attract a customer (fish) if you drop your sparkly lure into a pond stocked with those that will most likely be attracted to what you offer them.  

In your business, what is the overflowing pond 
that your most targeted fish swim in?

In many cases, trade associations are great places to find raving customers.  Trade associations are groups of people who gather for a common interest, so if your product or service can support their interests (as end users or referral sources), your company will quickly become the shiniest lure and your net is guaranteed to overflow! 

Are you currently marketing your business to trade associations? Post a comment to tell me about it or ask a question below! 

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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Don’t Miss This Upcoming Webinar at The WELL!

How to Create Your 90 Day Sales & Strategy Plan
Thursday, February 28th at 10-11am PST / 1-2pm EST

During this high impact FREE one hour training course (a $97 value), you’ll:
·        Discover how to focus on just the clients with the highest revenue potential and forget the rest
·        Learn to prioritize and get things done and then delete the time drains
·        Receive a powerful, yet simple tool to track and achieve your 90 day revenue goals (so you can repeat the process again and again!)

Reserve your spot here >, and be sure to attend live as the recording will only be available for WELL Members.

Now is the time for you to get proactive about growing your business to a million and beyond (or a business that makes you feel like a million!), so reserve your webinar seat today and we’ll talk to you very soon!

Warmest regards,

Coach Julie

P.S. Be sure to forward this message to other smart women who are serious about growing their business and income this year… Just send them to and we’ll “see” you all on the call! Julie

Monday, February 4, 2013

MONDAY MO! "Never Shy Away from Ambition"

A friend forwarded a link to this video of millionaire #WomenEntrepreneur Tory Burch, and I loved it so much (she is smart, direct and inspiring), I thought it would be be perfect to share with you for a little Monday Mo! Ambition goes hand in hand with thinking bigger, so watch her short but powerful message about why it's important to be ambitious.

If you like Tory's video, post a comment below and share your ideas with our wonderful community at The WELL!  :) xo, j.


 P.S. Have you sarted your trial membership at The WELL yet? If not, get started now at and see you on the inside!