How a Pandemic Hurt Business and Julie Deem Made Success Happen – BtR 245

Julie Deem, the owner of a massage therapy business, shares how she tapped into skills and resources she already had to overcome hurt business from the pandemic.

Julie Deem is a licensed massage therapist in the state of Indiana (AMTA, NCTMB), and co-host of UNITED State of Women podcast. The COVID-19 practically shut down business and income for Julie when the pandemic reached the United States.

Out of necessity to earn an income safely, Julie conducted an inventory of the skills, knowledge, and resources she already possessed and discovered a need she could meet with what she already possessed. She now operates a business called The Business Podcast Editor helping business owners deliver their message and purpose through podcasting.

The Internet provides opportunities for us. That was leveraged by Julie in such a way that she was able to replace her lost income and place herself in a position to have multiple businesses in operation as the pandemic eases.

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Resources and Links

Visit Julie’s website, The Business Podcast Editor

Listen to her podcast, UNITED State of Women

Connect on Facebook, LinkedIn

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Episode Credits

Host: Brandon Cunningham

Co-Host, Editing, and Production: Jerry Dugan

Music: “Oceans Apart” is our theme song composed and performed by Scott Ian Holmes.

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