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Unconventional Life with Jules Schroeder

On Unconventional Life, Jules Schroeder interviews successful Millennial entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, and thought leaders on how they earn their living in non traditional ways - Each week in 30 minute interviews! Each of these individuals are at the top of their game in terms of revenue and reach in their respective industry, living life in the driver's seat beyond what is traditional or predictable. Unconventional Life was created for YOU, the Entrepreneur, Trailblazer, The Student who wants to pioneer their own path, The ONE stuck in a job you are wanting to quit to create the life you want. On this show you will learn, how each guest took the road less travelled, what their revenue model looks like, and why they are prioritizing their passion over their paycheck. Join the Unconventional Life movement at UnconventionalLifeShow.com and enter to win the free weekly prize giveaway of useful tools, content, and resources from the show's guests.
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Feb 25, 2019

Lauren Elizabeth Walsh is the CEO and Co-founder of Global Sisterhood, a platform for rising women and a worldwide movement of Sister Circles. The organization also provides transformational content and tools for self-growth.  Lauren is passionate about the liberation of the divine feminine, healing wounds between men and women, and has helped thousands of women in over 85 countries to know their work and rise into their purpose and power.  With International Women’s Day coming up on March 8th, Global Sisterhood invites women and men to come together to heal, connect, and create new possibilities for future generations.

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