Jill LublinJill Lublin, master publicity strategist and international speaker, joins Kristin Maxwell to show how kindness can be used to create success in all areas of life.  As the author of 4 bestselling books, including the Profit of Kindness, Jill has guided more than 100,000 people and businesses to greater visibility. In this interview, Kristin and Jill discuss how focusing on the 7 principles of kindness — in the workplace, the family, and out in the world — pays off in personal and professional success.

Hey everybody, welcome to Your SuperPowered Mind. I’m your host, Kristin Maxwell, and in this show, we explore the process of transformation and give you tools and strategies that you can use to transform your own life.

Today, we’re going to be exploring how to build success through kindness. Our guest today is Jill Lublin. She is an internationally renowned speaker and author of four bestselling books, including the Profit Of Kindness. As a master publicity strategist and CEO of a strategic consulting firm, Jill has worked with over 100,000 people and businesses to help them get more visibility in the marketplaces.

Jill, welcome to Your SuperPowered Mind.

Thank you so much. I’m delighted to be here with you.

My first question is always what super power did you uncover as a result of mastering your mind?

You know, I think besides honestly being smart from the time I was a kid, which I think is a superpower, intuition and the ability to discern was actually quite helpful. I consider that a super power.

I definitely would too. Tell me a little bit more, how has your intuition shown up?

You know, I think honestly it’s something that’s really been, what would I call it? Cultivated. That I’ve learned to really honor, to grow into it, to support with really listening to it because I think this might be true of other people who grow up and get rewarded for being smart. In my family, I actually was the first one to go to college and graduate. That was a big accomplishment in my family, and go on to law school for a short time. So all of that was big accomplishments and I think because of that, interestingly enough, other parts of me may have gotten slightly forgotten about, or not cultivated, including the spiritual, creative side of me, the highly intuitive side of me. All of that part, right? So that’s the pieces that I’ve more cultivated and I think really just becoming aware that. I’m intuitive and really acknowledging that and supporting myself for it, meaning listening to it.

Right. And you know what, I’m asking you this because I thi