Julia Vogl

Confidently navigating, leaning into the discomfort, playfully real.

Julia Vogl is breaking stereotypes of what it means to be confident. With the majority of her adult life in the spotlight, the former TV presenter, actor and model was immersed in a world where confidence is often manufactured, and has had to find her own authentic voice amongst the noise. And now she’s shouting that voice from the rooftops as she helps others do the same.

Julia Vogl is…

Playful, stubborn and real

What do you do and when did you realise this is what you wanted to do with your life?

I’m an On Camera Client Attraction Coach. I guide badass digital business owners to embrace their uniqueness and share their stories through video to connect and get millions of views on their content. 

I’ve always felt a calling to do this work.  First and foremost I worked in the News, Film and TV industry for over a decade. I started while studying Journalism working for The Herald Sun, then at Channel Nine and lastly at The Project on Channel Ten as their UK Entertainment correspondent, interviewing all the celebs!

Amongst all this I dipped my toe in acting and modelling but really found my calling in TV presenting which lead me to wanting to uplift others to do the same in video. 

What has been your biggest challenge in getting to where you are now and how did you overcome it?

Imposter Syndrome. Stepping into a ‘leadership’ role wasn’t easy. I had some beliefs around labelling myself as an expert.

Despite naturally embodying a trailblazer mentality I got caught up with my inner critic which led me to starting a lot of different projects over the years- like a Youtube channel in 2016, but then I’d never follow through.

I had to break this pattern once and for all and the Talk is Cheap Academy is a testament to that. I know what it feels like to seek external validation and approval, but it’s this inner work that has led me to where I am. Ultimately my biggest challenge was myself. 

What has been your proudest moment?

When I got the job as the UK Entertainment Correspondent on Channel Ten. When it finally happened I actually couldn’t believe it was real. At the time that was my dream job.

Now it’s watching my clients flourish in their own personal development as they move into a place of being seen, being heard and sharing their gifts with others (I’m having A LOT of proud moments these days!)

Who or what is your biggest inspiration?

Nicole Cherie Hesse, my current coach. This woman is a badass in every facet of the word. She is an executor, a total action-taker, and is the queen of being vulnerable.

She inspires me daily to believe more and more in myself and to realise that anything is possible for me, my life, my business and those around me. 

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

To become friends with my pain. This is easier said than done, but when I look at my life and why I’m doing what I’m doing, it’s not just because of strategising the perfect plan, it has been the inner growth that I have dedicated myself to for the last few years.

My pain is my power. I’m not married to it, but I respect it as an illustrious teacher and I truly believe that to be true. 

What does a typical day look like for you?

Now that I’m living in Bali it’s:

Wake up/ meditate/ stretch/ do a breathing exercise

Have a coffee 

Work or take meetings 

Go the sauna (my fav part) 

Work some more 

Pat Cora (my housemate’s Pomeranian)

Watch Suits on Netflix 


Currently reading:

Edge by Laura Huang, Building A Story Brand by Donald Miller and All Our Shimmering Skies by Trent Dalton (I haven’t quite mastered sticking to one thing yet lol)

Currently watching:

Andy Warhol Diaries Doco and Suits (I’ve watched it a few times already) 

Favourite breakfast spot:

Ours – Cafe in Uluwatu 

Favourite way to spend your down time:

Moving my body, sauna and cold plunge, spending time with friends 

Next holiday:

Honestly, I feel like Im on holiday already but id love to go to Europe this year!

How to find/ work with Julia:

Free group Video Badasses :https://www.facebook.com/groups/confidentbadassesoncamera

Instagram is @juliavogl_ 

If you’re just starting out, Julia’s 8-week signature program Confidence on Camera may be a great fit, DM her for more info on the next start date.

If you’re more advanced and looking to create pop iconic storytelling through video content, plus hone your personal brand and message through video, then her new beta program Show Up, Glow Up will be kicking off in May or June. This will usually be a $5K investment but for the first one it will be just $997

Listen to Julia’s Storytellers episode here


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