“Let it go.” It’s a piece of advice many of us have heard often, and one that’s well worth heeding – especially when we find ourselves languishing in dead-end relationships or struggling with the loneliness of singlehood when we’d rather find someone to share our hearts and our lives.
In this episode, award-winning journalist, author, coach, and celebrated TEDx presenter Jill Sherer Murray digs deep into the process of letting go and ending the emotional pain that comes with being stuck. Jill speaks from personal experience: after ending a 12-year relationship that felt unfulfilling despite offering many positive qualities, she discovered just how transformational the process of letting go can be. By letting go, we often see more deeply into ourselves and along the way, we fulfill our deepest desires.
If you’ve ever found yourself feeling stuck in a day-to-day routine, wondering whether you’ll ever get what you really want, and longing to move forward, this episode is for you. Along the way, you’ll receive encouragement and truly transformational advice.
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering why you have certain thoughts and feelings about money, this episode is for you. Along the way, you’ll learn why it’s so important to understand your money personality and much more.
Jill speaks with Jennifer about the power of letting go, sharing deep insight into ways we can look at ourselves and question whether we’re making the right decisions for moving forward in our own lives. During the conversation, you’ll discover some important tools for getting into the next place in life.
TEDx speaker, influencer, blogger, author, and coach, Jill Sherer Murray is also the founder of Let Go For It℠, a lifestyle brand that’s dedicated to helping individuals experience a better life through letting go. Jill’s personal experiences in letting go have led to her many successes in life, love, career, and more. Her viral TEDx talk, “The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go” has been seen by over 1.5 million people, and counting.
After spending a year studying improvisation comedy at Chicago’s renowned Second City Training Center, Jill spent another five years writing Diary of a Writer in Mid-Life Crisis for Wild River Review. You might have seen her 12-month weight loss journey documented in Shape magazine. Jill’s new book, anticipated in May 2020, is titled Big Wild Love: The Indestructible Power of Letting Go. She wrote it as a response to the countless viewers who have reached out in search of help and inspiration after watching her TEDx talk.
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