Julie Voris Inspires Trinity Hall’s Leading Ladies to Unlock Their Potential

On May 16, Trinity Hall welcomed approximately 300 women and students to the annual Leading Ladies Luncheon at Eagle Oaks Country Club. The Luncheon invites local women from different professional backgrounds to network with Trinity Hall’s junior class. Students were seated at tables with women in industries of interest to them and had the opportunity to ask questions about their career paths. On a beautiful spring afternoon, the attendees enjoyed lunch, conversation and an inspiring speech from keynote speaker Julie Voris. 
Julie Voris, an entrepreneur, fitness expert and motivational speaker, empowered the room as she explained how she builds “a life on purpose, with purpose.” Stressing the importance of good habits, beliefs and community, Julie explained how “any day can be your Day One” on your journey to reach your goals. Starting out as a high school English teacher and finding a profession in fitness, Julie saw the potential in herself to strive for her bigger dreams. Through “building success in inches” and being disciplined to work hard everyday, Julie lives her dream life as the CEO of a six figure business, residing next door to Disney World in Florida and being a mom to three successful daughters. Julie encouraged the audience to take action in their own lives and make their dreams a reality. At the end of her speech Julie tasked the audience to come up with one “Dream Big Goal”, two “Work Hard Goals” and “Daily Focused Five” habits, a practice that corresponds to the design of her Compass Planner. 
After being energized by Julie’s speech, the attendees watched the trailer of Trinity Hall’s upcoming 10-year anniversary documentary and enjoyed donuts from Broad Street Dough Co. The Luncheon is always an inspiring afternoon for all women involved and connects the junior class with influential women as they plan for their futures. 

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