is a French-American author, webTV host and international Internet video blogger since 2005 with over 30-million video views on youtube and the co-founder of an global Internet community, The 100-Day Reality Challenge www.CoCreatingOurReality.com
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Lilou is also an international speaker. She spoke about the power of active co-creation at a TEDx event in France in Octobre 2013. To watch her TEDx talk in French, subtitled in english (turn Caption ON video), click here
. Lilou webTV for french speakers is called La Télé de Lilou www.lateledelilou.com
and is very popular in France, Belgium, Switzerland and in Quebec.
Lilou is now travelling around the world interviewing people to offer online everyday wisdom and inspiration on the Lilou Mace TV www.liloumace.com
. Her webTV offers free videos online and is supported via donations. Click here if you would like to support this media.
In April 2009 she wrote 'I Lost My Job and I Liked It: 30-Day Law-of-Attraction Diary of a Dream Job Seeker
' after loosing her job on the 16th of February 2009, as Internet Marketing Director, in London. Since then Lilou wrote I Had No Money and I Liked it (2010) and I Have No Religion and I like it (2015)
Lilou’s Youtube videos (over 3,000 videos) in english and french document her participation in life on her world tour of interviews featuring world famous authors, speakers, artists, entrepreneurs that Lilou qualifies as 'Juicy'. Lilou chooses her guests for their aliveness, wisdom and embodiment of the new world emerging all around the world.
Her international guests includes Wayne Dyer, Ram Dass, Mark Nepo, Don Miguel Ruiz, Dr Joe Dispenza, James Redfield, Derek Mills, Byron Katie, Caroline Myss, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Dr James Hardt, John Gray, Robert Holden, Sonia Choquette, Mooji, Foster Gamble, David Icke, Baptist de Pape, Dr John Demartini, Drunvalo Melchizedek, Drew Heriot, Amma, Debbie Ford, Patrick Flanagan and many more!
Early Life and Studies
Lilou was born in Santa Barbara, California, to French parents, Jean-Yves Macé and Irène Martin. Moving back to France and celebrating her first birthday in a transatlantic flight, Lilou grew up primarily in France Nantes and Cholet) and in the United States Scottsdale, Arizona, until 1996 when her studies helped her fulfil her passion to travel, discover new cultures and gain the International experience she had been longing for.
During her four-year Bachelor degree in European Business Studies (1996-2000), Lilou studied in ESC La Rochelle and Oxford Brookes University, and wrote her final year dissertation on “How to create a strong brand online”, graduating in 2000 with honours. Her major in International Marketing led her to increase her Internet and marketing skills during a 14-month internship for Nortel Networks in Mainhead, UK and in Silicon Valley, California, US.
Between November 2000 and October 2006, Lilou resided in Florida, mainly in Fort Lauderdale, after which she moved to Chicago, where she went on to meet her role model Oprah Winfrey, start her own cable TV show, initially called “My Juicy Life” (and then “Live a Juicy Life”), living there until the end of July 2008.
Lilou has embarked on various projects explicitly aimed at helping people and companies fulfil their potential, notably the 100-Day Reality Challenge, MpowerU and her book I Lost My Job and I liked it: 30-Day Law-of-Attraction Diary of a Dream Job Seeker. A subjective appraisal of the many comments posted in response to Lilou’s work suggests she has established herself in the public mind as a well-liked, humble, moving, funny and perceptive Internet personality, ably demonstrating the style of leadership she believes the world desperately needs (according to I Lost My Job and I Liked It).
Interested in the power of brands and their influence on our daily lives, between January 2000 and June 2008, Lilou owned a company called Emotional Brands. Emotional Brands’ services included online branding, website design and online marketing.
Emotional Brands’ international portfolio of clients included leading brands in the hospitality and motivational industries, and was this young CEO’s first attempt to bring her two main passions together: travel and inspiring people.
In 2003, Lilou started to live her true passion after she founded MpowerU, a small company providing an inspirational online portal to promote book authors, motivational seminars, and teachings, in one free archive for all to access.
This lead to her co-founding the popular 100-Day Reality Challenge, also known as Co-Creating Our Reality (CCOR) with Sandy Grason, author of Journalution and Laura Duksta, author of the best-selling children’s book I Love You More. This community counts now over 8,000 members and 125 countries.
Co-Creating our Reality
Co-Creating Our Reality
(CCOR) is a global online community that describes itself as “putting the law of attraction and other universal laws and principles to the test”. The CCOR 100-Day Reality Challenge is an experiment rooted in a belief that through collective thoughts, words and actions, a new and better world can be achieved. The 100-Day Reality Challenge “addresses the fact that while the self-help industry is huge, most people don’t have the structure needed to act on the concepts”. On this website, you can follow users from all over the globe during their 100-Day Reality Challenges through blogs and video blogs as they put the Law of Attraction to the test.
Internet TV Host
In 2006, Lilou started to video-blog on YouTube
. Since its establishment her channel there has become increasingly popular , for example, her video Quick and Effective guided visualization” has clocked over 150,000 views and, and Using the Law of Attraction to meet Oprah Winfrey” over 120,000.
Lilou met Oprah Winfrey shortly after moving to Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. On the 9th of November 2006, Lilou Mace was in the audience of the Oprah Show on the theme of “Dream Jobs”. Lilou states that this experience changed her life, making her more determined to live her dreams, and host one day her own morning TV show and empower millions daily.
She details her experiences meeting Oprah (four times, including at the premier of The Secret) and other big names, such as Jack Canfield and Rhonda Byrne in her YouTube video playlist “Meeting Oprah Winfrey: from dream to reality”.
A few months later, with no television or broadcasting background, Lilou went on to produce and host a cable TV show called “My Juicy Life”.
“Inspired by Oprah, I started on CAN TV, public access TV, free for all Chicagoans. I put together a team of volunteers and starting airing in January 2007 the first episodes of “My Juicy Life” which then become "Live a Juicy Life” aimed at inspiring people to fully live their purpose and passions in life, to ‘live a juicy life’ as I like to call it. We interviewed inspiring authors such as Sandy Grason, Judith Wright, John Gray, Sonia Choquette, and Karyn Calabrese. The apprenticeship was not easy but as I was stepping outside of my comfort zone and unlocking new potential, new doors opened up.”
One of her dreams is to host a daily television show that will “empower millions of people to live fulfilled lives”.
Guided Visualization CD
Lilou has recorded several daily law-of-attraction visualization mp3s
to “help people attract their dream jobs; restore their natural weight, SET daily intentions and shift their moods”. Her “gentle yet powerful visualizations” are one of the daily practices Lilou uses in her life “to manifest her dreams”. The tracks were recorded and commercialised in 2009 on Amazon as “Law-of-Attraction Visualizations and Meditations
” but also on this website for download
. Other practices of Lilou’s include creating vision boards, video-blogging, participating in the 100 Day Reality Challenge, masterminding, journaling, “being grateful and taking 100% responsibility in her life”.
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