Julie O’Keeffe is an engaging speaker, writer, trainer, and coach who specializes in empowerment and success. Her solo travel to Tanzania to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and her goal to complete 100 triathlons in 20 years demonstrate her commitment to growth as she helps others explore their own potential and the dynamics of change.
Individuals from all walks of life have participated in Julie's programs, walking away with practical, easy-to-implement strategies and tools for job satisfaction, personal fulfillment, and authentic living. Her desire to help audience members take control of their future can transform a would-be passive program into a highly productive group-learning opportunity.
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Below are the programs Julie currently offers.
Patch the Roof on a Rope
If you want to patch a steep roof on your house, it's best to tie yourself to a secure rope. Learn how to reduce risk, design solid strategies, and trust your ability, whether on the peak of your roof or at the peak of your career.
Don't Push Your Friend off the Chicken House Roof
Everyone embraces uncertainty in different ways. A childhood experience on the farm translates to life lessons in managing people.
A New Route - Find Options When You're Stuck
We've all been there, backed into a corner. When all your options dry up, learn how to find hidden opportunities.
Farm Girl Walking Beans - Success One Row at a Time
Agricultural labor is no easy job. Learn how being transported in an open-bed pick-up truck, drinking whiskey, and throwing rocks add up to resiliency in the Iowa soybean fields . . . and in life.
Sleeping on the Ship's Deck - Five Benefits of Uncertainty
We don't always need a comfortable berth. Some of your best adventures will occur when you reduce your needs to the most essential elements.
Hand over the Diamox - Learn to Give up Control
Diamox will prevent fatal cerebral swelling at 19,340 feet, the height of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Would you let your head guide hold your prescription for safekeeping and control your access to it? Sometimes giving up control is the best way to grow.