Julia Baldwin Taylor is a creative biz owner and transformational coach. She and her mother were both diagnosed with cancer in January 2017. After making some major shifts in her life and business, she learned to hustle less, live more, and attract more success, and she loves to help other entrepreneurs do the same.
- 02:24: How did you guys get diagnosed?
- 04:24: My mom had surgery scheduled. There was suspicion that it was cancer, but the doctor didn't officially say it was.
- 06:09: I was on the living room floor in my parents’ house trying to do yoga and I just can't lay on my stomach.
- 09:03: It's slow-growing compared to most types of ovarian cancer.
- 12:03: What was your treatment after surgery?
- 14:18: Where were your siblings?
- 16:09: What was your worst moment?
- 17:43: What about your best moment in all of this?
- 19:59: What do you think is one of the big differences between being a caregiver in that situation and being a patient in this situation?
- 23:04: It was just such a touching, precious moment, and I'm so thankful that she lived long enough to see me thriving.
- 24:40: How was the beginning of your cancer journey?
- 26:29: If you could only do one thing to improve health care in the U.S. what would it be and why?
- 28:20: Do you think that's everywhere or specific to American culture?
- 29:14: Are you ready for the Thriver Rapid Fire questions?
- 31:10: Aside from Cancer U, what is one resource that you would recommend for cancer patients and caregivers?
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