Julia Roberts is a 28 year veteran of the mortgage services industry. She’s from the Charlottesville area and the mother of 2 children and 3 grandchildren. She’s passionate about helping people achieve their dream of home ownership, and uses her skills and experience to find “out of the box” solutions for them. A habitual volunteer, she strives to give back to her community by using her financial knowledge as an advocate for groups that need somebody to speak for them.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- Encouraging others to find their gifts
- The benefits of having a coach
- Early identification of being a leader
- Redefining what it means to be a leader
- Trust in God’s Provision
- How to put your PLAN to work
- Priorities - Put them in order & write them down so you can work towards them.
- Values - Identify your core values
- Visualize - Put a list on the mirror - write down your affirmations and see them.
- See it, think it, know it, say it
- What you hear is what you think
- Find your Passion
- Look outside yourself
- Use technology to your advantage
- Find a good mentor
- Try, fail and try again
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Charlottesville Economic Development Board Charlottesville Economic Development Board
Greene Care Clinic Greene Care Clinic
Arc of the Piedmont Arc of the Piedmont
“Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes Into Stepping Stones for Success.” by John C. Maxwell
Where to find Julia:
Website: Fulton Bank - Julia Roberts
Facebook: Facebook - Julia Roberts
LinkedIn LinkedIn - Julia Roberts
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