6. Becoming an Entrepreneur in the Medical Profession with Dr. Julie Wilson
Make that Money Hunni
In this episode, Dr Julie Wilson, Family Doctor in Vancouver, Canada explains why she chose to go against the trend of medical professionals and start her own multidisciplinary clinic. Dr Wilson's goal was to provide an exceptional experience, whilst leveraging her time and expertise to generate more revenue and create more freedom. Dr. Wilson talks about the hardships she had at the start without any prior business training, and how she learned the skills to now open more clinics in the future.
Friends don't let friends lead with blind spots with Julie Wilson
Strategy Game with Lauren Shippy
It's true - all of us have them (blind spots). And they can impact carrying out everything from our vision to our initiatives - in this episode, I'm recapping a StoryWork blog post with Julie Wilson, President of Women Doing Well, on how to combat blind spots. She gives us an amazing, tangible framework to give feedback and receive feedback in a healthy way. Listen in as we share these tools with you. For more podcasts, blogs and all things for founders - head to www.storywork.co. If you liked this episode, be sure to give us a review. We want to continue to share the work and spread the word!
JULIE WILSON is Senior Manager of Digital Production Platforms and an award-winning executive producer at Penguin Random House Audio. She started her career at Random House in 2007 and has produced over a thousand audiobooks for adults and kids, including several graphic novel adaptations. Her recent production credits include working with Alicia Keys, Ben Folds, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Ruth Reichl, Willie Nelson, and The Tiny Chef. She is also the co-creator of AhabTalent.com, a global online casting platform for voiceover. She is a native New Yorker and an avid urban gardener, and she holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Creative Writing from Colby College.
The Connection between Healing + Creating a Healthy Team Dynamic with Julie Wilson.
Strategy Game with Lauren Shippy
On the Strategy Game Podcast today, Julie Wilson from Women Doing Well stops by to discuss giving healthy feedback (honest) and the connection between healing + creating a healthy nonprofit/business. For more podcasts, blogs and all things for founders - head to www.storywork.co. If you liked this episode, be sure to give us a review! We want to continue to share the work and spread the word.
Episode 81: "Headshots are Confetti" with Dan Zitt and Julie Wilson from AHAB
All Over Voiceover with Kiff VH
This week Kiff sits down with Dan Zitt and Julie Wilson, the producers behind AHAB, the newly relaunched FREE talent database website to discuss how actors can get started and get seen/heard for not only the audiobooks Penguin Random House produces, but all other types of casting. A fantastic and exciting conversation! Get started at www.ahabtalent.com as soon as you finish listening! Follow @realdanzitt and @juliannanwilson and @ahabtalent on Twitter
Ep. 202: Julie Wilson and Dan Zitt Interview From Penguin Random House Audio and Ahab Talent
A VO's Journey: Voiceover and more voice over
Julie Wilson and Dan Zitt Interview From Penguin Random House Audio and Ahab TalentI am super thrilled to bring you episode #202 of A VO's Journey Podcast. Today, I interviewed Julie Wilson, Senior Manager of Digital Production Platforms at Penguin Random House Audio, and Dan Zitt, SVP of Content Creation at Penguin. We talk about their newly revamped platform, www.ahabtalent.com, and how they are working to bring together content creators and voice actors in a safe environment to produce high-quality audiobooks. They also share their thoughts on how to get into the industry, the future of AI, and much more. Also, here is the email address of James Langton (firstname.lastname@example.org) as stated in the episode. Learn more about the new marketing course for voice actors: https://www.avosjourney.com/offers/vL5gL8HE/checkoutIf you would like to learn more about getting a professional demo at an affordable price, check out the link here: https://www.avosjourney.com/demo-productionWe have a great community of voice actors that share content and information about becoming a better voice-over artist at - https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/Check out voice-over courses, groups, and learn more about how to work with me at - https://www.avosjourney.com Social Links:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/anthony_pica_vo/Twitter - https://twitter.com/AVOsJOURNEYFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonypicavo/Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/)
The Extra Mile - The Official Charity Miles Podcast
We're thrilled to welcome the Jimmy Fund to the Charity Miles family. For those who don't know, the Jimmy Fund raises money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, a truly miraculous place. Their signature event is the Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk presented by Hyundai, which takes place each year on the course of the Boston Marathon®. Yes, you can actually walk all 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon course, from Hopkinton to Boylston Street, to raise money to fight cancer! (They also have shorter distances like a half marathon, 10k, or 5k.) For obvious reasons, they can't have the Jimmy Fund Walk in person this year. But we are honored to help them bring this very special event to life in Charity Miles. One of the things that makes the Walk special is how they dedicate each mile and half mile to a different hero-- a patient whose story exemplifies what makes Dana-Farber such a special place. These are the heroes that we'll be showcasing in Charity Miles. One of those stories comes from today's guest, Julie Wilson. Julie will be walking her fifth Jimmy Fund Walk this year near her home outside of Cleveland, Ohio. She walked her first Jimmy Fund Walk in 2013 with her husband Travis. Julie's sister, who lived in Boston, invited them as a fun way to celebrate their first anniversary. Needless to say, it was a very special way to celebrate their anniversary. But they could not foresee the curveball that life would soon throw them, which would make the Jimmy Fund an even more important part of their story. Big thanks to Julie for sharing so much of her story with us. And big thanks to the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for the opportunity to help support their important work. #EveryMileMatters
Women lead the Energy Transition with Valentina Kretzschmar, Julie Wilson and Amy Bowe from Wood Mackenzie
Women's Energy Council
Valentina Kretzschmar, Vice President Corporate Research Julie Wilson, Research Director, Global Exploration Amy Bowe, Head of Carbon Research from Wood Mackenzie... All three came from very different backgrounds and have very different stories to tell but what unites them is their passion for the future of energy. It is the geopolitics, the magnitude of it as well as a bit of luck that drove and kept them loyal to this industry. What Valentina, Julie and Amy also have in common is the knowledge and evidence that diversity has a significant positive impact on businesses and especially when it comes to sustainability and the energy transition. Is there a correlation between diversity and success? Why have women been more climate change conscious? And what are the biggest lessons they have to share from their personal challenges? Listen to the episode to find out...