Welcome to the blog of Julie Lowe: Socially Aligned!

There's always something new to learn and explore in the world of high performance and personal development! My goal for this blog is to help make learning about mindset, marketing, goal-setting, high performance (and more!) as fun for others as it is for me by sharing my experiences and knowledge from growing my own multi-million dollar business as well as helping to grow businesses of all sizes over the past decade.

Comments are welcome, so please let me know what you'd like to read about next!

-Julie

How I'm using Zoe to uncover my body's unique nutritional needs and improve my health

An update on my health journey! Have you ever set a goal to get in the best shape of your life? That's precisely what I did in January, and this week I took another big step toward achieving it. 💪 I'm happy to report that my daily workouts have become a habit, and I've exercised…

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Unleash Your Inner Superhero: How Comic Book Characters Can Inspire High-Achieving Women

Discover how high-achieving women can unleash their inner superhero for personal growth, mindset, and success. Embrace your origin story, define your superpowers, and learn to harness your strengths like your favorite comic book characters!

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Announcing My New Book That'll Transform Your Habits and Life!

I've been buzzing with excitement and can barely contain myself because I have some fabulous news to share. For the past month, I've been pouring my heart and soul into writing a game-changing book, “A Few Good Habits: The Uncomplicated Path to Better Days, Less Stress, and More Success.” It's now in the hands of…

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Planning to Fail: Why Planning for Setbacks is the Key to Success (and Sanity)

Do you ever feel like life keeps throwing curveballs your way, derailing your plans and goals? The truth is, unexpected setbacks and obstacles are an inevitable part of life. But rather than letting them derail you, you can plan for them in advance and stay on track. In fact, planning for failure is the key to success and sanity.

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Stop Relying on Willpower: How to Create an Environment for Success

Are you tired of relying on willpower to achieve your goals? If so, you're not alone. In this post, we'll explore the concept of environmental design and how it can help you achieve success. By creating an environment that naturally supports the behaviors you want to see, you can make achieving your goals easier and more sustainable.

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Beyond PTO: How Leaders Can Support Employee Well-Being

Stress and anxiety are unfortunately common in the workplace, affecting both employees and their leaders alike. The effects of anxiety can lead to decreased productivity, employee turnover, and even burnout. If you're a leader, there might be more you can do to help out your teams when it comes to reducing workplace stress. In this…

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Don't Let Anxiety Hold You Back: Simple Solutions for a Happier Work Life

Anxiety at work is a common issue that can affect our productivity, happiness, and overall well-being. But there are ways to combat it.

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Navigating Social Situations with Ease

Social gatherings and networking events can be nerve-wracking experiences, especially if you struggle with social anxiety. Here are four tips that you can use to overcome social anxiety and feel more confident in social situations.

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Boost Your Energy with These 3 Simple Habits!

We've all been there, feeling sluggish and brain foggy, struggling to get through the day. It can be frustrating and impact our productivity, but there's good news! Making a few simple changes to our daily routines can have a significant impact on our energy levels.

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The Pursuit of Enoughness: Why Hustle Culture is Not the Answer

We simply can’t hustle our way to feeling like we’re good enough. No amount of success, achievement or hard work can fill the void of a lack of self-worth and self-acceptance. It’s time to shift our focus from external validation to internal growth and self-discovery.

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