Jules is a professional singer, having performed for 15 years nationally and internationally in musical theatre. She's toured all over the world, in all kinds of roles including "Maria" on the National Tour of The Sound of Music, throughout the U.S., Canada and Korea, and then understudying Marie Osmond in the role throughout Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong. Although she relocated to Sarasota, FL with her husband Jeremy, she still travels with the New York City Ballet as a principal singer in their West Side Story Suites, as well as continuing to record new musicals with various NYC composers.
After receiving a birthday card in the mail along with a Starbucks gift card from someone that she'd never met, she was exposed to a business tool utilizing greeting cards and gifts and was blown away! She had always spent a lot of time and energy thinking about how to be a good communicator and friend, and she saw the value of this instantly as a powerful business communication tool, a personal relationship building system, an income opportunity all in one. In a short amount of time, she grew her business to include a large network of business owners and individuals, is one of the top income earners in the company, and is passionate about helping others achieve their desired result as well. Jules is now a keynote speaker and trainer to help other people succeed, as well as the author of the best-selling book Secrets from the SOC Drawer. This book was well-received in the business realm with inspirational and practical stories and verbiage to help people develop the mindset and strategies needed to succeed.
Now, her newest book "Don't Eat the Scraps"is now available on Amazon in paperback and Ebook format. Though in a totally different vein, it addresses the complex world of dating and relationships, and will hopefully touch the masses in a powerful way by exploring a true pattern of human behavior called the "Scraps Theory" that has not yet been identified. In a light-hearted, provocative and hilarious way, Jules lays out all the things that women need to know and step-by-step navigate the first months of any current relationship, armed with some of the soundest advice they’ll ever receive to overcome future hurdles (and scraps!).