Two heads are better than one. For that matter, three, four, five or more heads are better still. We’ve all heard that before. Yes it’s common wisdom that the more minds you set to a common problem, the quality of the solution goes up exponentially. It’s been true, since the inception of life itself. From the first time two single celled organisms merged in that magical pool of bubbling ooze, the power of connection began.
So should you go with your gut? Or should you seek out expert advice and add more heads to your problem? For Julia Gillmor of Nelson, BC it started with a natural talent in connecting people, and then a strong gut feeling to go out on her own, trust her gut and get back to what she loves most.
With a strong head for business and a track record of entrepreneurial success, Julia Gillmor communications was launched. She now uses the power of connection to launch her clients to greater heights, as well as continue to launch her own game. It all starts with one innovative thing she does before starting any marketing or communication campaign. I sat down with Julia to hear her intriguing story, and learn what that one key thing is.
Discover what you truly love, and put your natural talents to us in your own business? Help other connect with the right strategy and the right customer with unique and innovative tricks and tools? You can do that here!
About the podcast: The You can do that here! podcast was created and produced by Andrew Zwicker of AZcreative for the Kootenay Association for Science and Technology. The podcast is a weekly series of conversations with some of the most innovative and successful entrepreneurs