Julie Cross is not just a speaker. She's an inspirational entertainer, a trainer and an experienced master of ceremonies. Her commitment is to empower, energise and entertain her audiences, and she has solid reputation built on delivery. Julie has spoken to audiences large and small, across a range of industries, including some of the world's biggest brands.

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Julie Cross, by her own admission, is not your "run-of-the-mill-professional-speaker." In fact, Julie jokes that she prefers the title "passionate speaker", and that's what makes her so memorable and her presentations so powerful and life-changing. An experienced speaker with 17 years under her belt empowering, educating, energising and entertaining, Julie has an innate ability to connect with her audience.

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Parenting a Child on the Spectrum is a collection of inspirational stories - including mine. 25 authors share their insights and experiences. You will want to laugh and cry, but most important of all, you will know that there is light at the end of the tunnel and you will know that you are not alone.

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Due to public demand Julie does public SHOWS around the country. The audiences are moved to laughter (and sometimes tears) as Julie takes them on a journey of self-discovery and insight. Click the link below to find out more about Julie's upcoming shows and to book your tickets to her events. Julie also partners with organisations and communities to create events that inspire and entertain.

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Are you Living with Fear?

Are you Living with Fear?

I may have a son ‘Living with Autism’… and this is considered with some as a disability, will I have got to tell you I get surprised sometimes by how many of us are ‘Living with Fear’… and THAT can be a disability! Why? Because it will affect your ability to live your best life,Continue Reading

Podcast: The Gift of Praise

Podcast: The Gift of Praise

    As we increase in age we decrease in the praise we give. We give praise so freely to toddlers and young children… so when did we start looking more closely at what they can’t do and not what they can? Children give praise so freely to the people around them. So when didContinue Reading

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