Jan. 17, 2022
"It's not about what happens to you it's about how you respond when hard stuff happens" - Dr Julie Smith
After practicing as a Clinical Psychologist for over a decade, Dr Julie Smith decided it was her mission to make high quality and engaging mental health education more accessible online. So she started using TikTok as a platform for therapy. A year and a bit later, Julie has built a following of over 3 million as an online educator. In the conversation we talk about her success as a creator as well as deep diving into some of my favourite chapters from her brand new book 'Why Did Nobody Tell Me This Before?' which takes a scientific approach to topics like motivation, self doubt, identity and what it means to live a meaningful life.
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