How Julie Cairns Used Self -Awareness and Mindset to Drive a $6 Million Turnaround (and How You Can Too) – Part 1 of 2
Julie Cairns is on a mission to empower people to live an abundant life free from false beliefs. In this spirit, she wrote the book The Abundance Code: How to Bust Seven Mind Myths for a Rich Life Now. She also spearheaded the abundance code documentary in March 2016 to help people everywhere make a shift to the abundance mindset, and seek joint solutions to the most pressing challenges facing our planet.
Trained as an economist and statistician where she received a scholarship from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Julie went on to co-found and run an English school. Julie then went on to work at the Reserve Bank of Australia, and then Macquarie Bank (also in Australia). In 2001 she co-founded the Trading Pursuits Group, a financial markets education company where she is the Managing Director.
She’s got over 20 years of experience in analyzing global economic trends and financial market conditions, and is the co-author of the book Taming the Beasts’ Secrets to Profit in Volatile Bull and Bear Markets.
She’s also studied various aspects of economics, statistics finance and spent 15 years of post-graduate spirits in the financial markets.
Julie also happens to be a very dear friend of mine and we chat on Skype very regularly about mindset.
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Key Points and Insights
- 3:53 – Julie’s backstory
- 5:40 – Why mindset is so critical to making an impact
- 16:24 – Noticing patterns and how they repeat themselves
- 18:50 – Acknowledgement of patterns is critical (if you want to change them)
- 20:00 – The science of the subconscious mind
- 24:31 – Sabotaging success
- 24:50 – Beliefs around money
- 29:43 – How Julie’s pattern recognition (and subsequent actions) led to a $6 million turnaround