What's it like to work with a Story Coach?

Updated: Apr 21


In Episode 45 of the Power Your Platform Podcast, I'm interviewing one of my Story Coaching clients.


Julia Van Huizen is a multi-talented individual who empowers women of faith to rethink their approach to mental health, giving them permission to say “yes” to radical self-acceptance.


In this episode, Julia and I talk about where she was at when she first began working with me as a story coaching client and how her brand developed during our time together. She also highlights some of the limiting beliefs she struggled with before even signing up to become a story coaching client. And I think those limiting beliefs will sound very familiar to a lot of us.


We also get to the heart of her mission, the audience she feels called to serve, and some valuable tips for how we can ALL practice radical self--acceptance.


Here are my Top 10 Takeaways from today’s interview:


1. The most important decision we can make is the decision to get started.


2. We all face limiting beliefs; but seeing failure as a part of the learning process can help us overcome our fear of rejection.


3. Knowing who our core audience is can be a game-changer when it comes to launching a successful brand.


4. A story coach can help us dig deep and put our core message into words.


5. We all lose momentum sometimes; when we do, it’s helpful to have someone in our corner keep us focused and moving forward.


6. Taking consistent baby steps is just as important as making a giant leap.


7. Creating a brand in isolation can be challenging; a story coach can be a helpful sounding board and provide fresh perspective.


8. We empower others when we share our own story.


9. Someday, your story could become someone else’s survival guide.


10. We are our own harshest critics; always give yourself more grace than you feel you deserve.


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If you’re interested in learning more about story coaching, reach out to me today by clicking here.


Until next time, remember to own your story, follow your purpose and raise your voice. Because the world is waiting to hear your story.

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