A Survivor's Story: Julie Wooley

Julie speaking at Moffitt’s Magnolia Ball after breast cancer treatment announcing
to the world that BulletGirl made her “bullet proof” again
and she had the bullets to prove it.

Describe your style in three words. 
Casual.    Confident.    Classy

How do you feel when you wear BulletGirl Jewelry? 
Both strong and proud

You're a breast cancer survivor - can you share what sources of strength you turned to during that time? 
I’ve always considered myself “bulletproof”. When diagnosed with breast cancer and the long road that followed ... I felt vulnerable and weak.  After the incredible treatment I received at Moffitt Cancer Center, 18 months later, I was considered cancer free.  I finally returned to my “bulletproof” status.

What makes you feel your strongest and most confident? 
I feel empowered by my ability to listen, analyze, consider, and conclude without being brainwashed.

As an entrepreneur and businesswoman, what are your tips for business success?Watch and listen before reacting.  Know the facts.  That’s why we have two eyes, two ears and only ONE mouth.

Is there anything you wish you had known as a young girl, that you know now? 
I wish I had known that I have a voice and it’s worthy to be heard.

Do you have a life motto?
Something I learned from my dad ... “Be who you are.  Do what you can.  And the rest of the time, mind your own damn business.”


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