Runner Up: Listener's Choice Award, Podcasting for Business Awards 2022
Sept. 16, 2021

Episode 06: Looking back on "Who do you think you are?" with Julie Owen Moylan (Insights)

Episode 06: Looking back on

Insights: Evicting your inner committee.

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Sometimes our mission isn’t as hard as we choose to make it. What if that thing you feel called or compelled to do is already out there and your job is simply to bring it to life in the way that only you can do?

This solo minisode reflects on some of the lessons from my conversation with Julie Owen Moylan (Episode 05) and explores the meaning of mission, the importance of owning who we are, and how we can make it easier to fulfil our calling than we might imagine.

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Julie Owen Moylan

Author - That Green Eyed Girl

Julie Owen Moylan was born in Cardiff and has worked in a variety of jobs from trainee hairdresser and chip shop attendant at sixteen to business management consultant and college lecturer in her thirties. She then returned to education to complete her Master's degree in Film before going on to complete a further Master's degree in Creative Writing. Julie is an alumna of the Faber Academy's Writing a Novel course. She lives in Cardiff with her husband and two cats.

Her debut novel THAT GREEN-EYED GIRL will be released in May 2022 and is currently available to pre-order from all good bookshops.