An award-winning author, journalist, communications expert, and TEDx speaker, Jill Sherer Murray is the founder of “Let Go For It,” a lifestyle brand aimed at improving people’s situation through the simple mantra of letting go. Her TEDx Talk, “The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go” has millions of views on YouTube and breaks down her own journey of letting go to successfully move forward.  She wrote her best-selling book, Big Wild Love: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go, for the many people who reach out from all over the world for advice and inspiration after seeing her TEDx Talk. Jill studied improvisation comedy at the famous Second City Training Center in Chicago, wrote a popular blog called “Diary of a Writer in Mid-Life Crisis” for the former Wild River Review magazine, and she also let go of just about everything to put her weight in Shape Magazine—12 times—as part of a year-long assignment to document her weight loss journey for millions of readers. As a marketing and communications professional, she helps organizations let go for better business by educating, engaging, and inspiring audiences to action

Learning points:
  • What it really means to let go
  • Why it’s so hard for people to do it 
  • When you know it’s time to let go

Social Media:

  • Listen live or catch the podcast on iTunes and SoundCloud! Every Tuesday from 11am -12pm I host The Health Hub, an interactive, forward thinking talk show on Radio Maria Canada.   Call, tweet or email your questions as together we explore health issues that are relevant to you from new and innovative points of view.

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