Inner Journeys Life Coaching
Aug 01, 2013 03:25AM ● Published by Style
Photo by Dante Fontana, © Style Media Group
Did you find your business, or did it find you?
We were both seeking a path in which we could make a positive difference in people’s lives.
What was the first job you ever had, and what did you learn from the experience?
Chris: Round Table Pizza—I learned to never lie about getting out of a work shift!
Julie: JCPenney—I learned how to motivate people.
How are you involved with both the community and your customer?
Chris: I belong to the Folsom Chamber of Commerce, the Soroptimist Club, was a former volunteer at Mercy Hospital of Folsom and am an intern spiritual practitioner at the Spiritual Center for Positive Living.
Julie: I belong to the Folsom Chamber of Commerce, the Soroptimist Club, am the co-advisor of the student club at Folsom Lake College and am an intern spiritual practitioner at the Spiritual Center for Positive Living.
What’s your hidden talent?
Chris: I can see the truth.
Julie: Ability to turn adversity into positivity.
Where do you go when the going gets tough?
We go within for inner guidance.
What’s your favorite place to eat out locally?
Chris: Jack’s Urban Eats.
Julie: Taiko Sushi.
If you could meet someone living or dead, who would it be and why?
Chris: Julius Caesar—he was a brilliant statesman and strategist.
Julie: Ben Franklin—he was a humble genius.
And finally, customer service is…?
Respect and taking the time to listen to what your customer wants and needs.
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