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Julian is such a great interviewer, really asks interesting, non-typical questions, and tries not to just get the story of his guests’ successes, but the reasons behind the stories. The guests come from all different walks but they share a common dedication to living intentionally and thoughtfully, and Julian is awesome at really digging in with them to discover the deeper truths. In addition to being a listener, I’ve been privileged enough to be a guest on the podcast with Julian.
Mobile Developer and Consultant
As someone who is both a fan and previous guest on the Pathways to Success Podcast, I can say that Julian’s style of interviewing brings out the best in his guests. Listening to his past episodes inspires and motivated me to push myself as an entrepreneur. It is a lot of fun to learn more about the kind of people that are there making things happen in their profession lives and in their communities.
Standup Comedian and Principal at NPC Commercial Roofing
Julian is an extremely talented guy. He is a great listener and has a gift to connect with ease with every single one of his guests on a personal level. His energy and enthusiasm are contagious! Keep up the great work!
Business Development and Strategist
Julian truly dives deep into each interview to uncover what makes people great and breaks it down so that anyone can apply it in their own lives, both professionally and personally. There is an awesome variety of content that everyone will enjoy. I am so glad I found his podcast! Thanks again Julian!