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The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go | Jill Sherer Murray | TEDxWilmingtonWomen

Letting go can make you unstoppable.
Jill recounts her story of love, loss and new life. Through the challenges of an uncommitted boyfriend, her fear of letting go, and becoming comfortable with the ramifications of letting go.
Jill shares the 5 Steps she took to change what didn’t work and make welcome what she desired in her life and relationships.

Jill is an award-winning journalist and communications leader who can trace every success in her career (and love life) to letting go. In her current role, she leads a team of creatives in developing education and marketing campaigns for the national consulting firm Trion Group, a Marsh & McLennan Agency, LLC. A writer, marketer, blogger, and speaker, Jill spent a year studying improvisation comedy at the famous Second City Training Center. She also let go of just about everything to put her weight in Shape Magazine 12 times as part of an assignment to document her year-long weight loss for six million readers. Her talk helps others realize what letting go really means: winning.

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The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go with Jill Sherer Murray

Do you really like where you are right now? Are you happy with it or are you just holding on to it because you think it’s the best that you can get? Are you ready to let go in exchange for a better and happier you?

Letting go may be hard, but it is essential for us to leave some things behind in exchange for a happier you and a better future.

Jill Sherer Murray is a TEDx speaker and influencer, author, blogger, coach, and founder of Let Go For It, a lifestyle brand dedicated to helping individuals let go for a better life and businesses let go for better communications. She's also an award-winning journalist and communications leader. She can trace practically every success she's had in her career, love life, and more, to letting go.

In this episode, Jill talks about the power of letting go and how it can change your life and help you become happier and better. She shares how to know if it is already time to let go.


What you will learn from this episode:
● Discover the power of letting go and its benefits

● Learn how to conquer the fear of letting go and trusting the process of it

● Know more about why you need to let go and when is the right time to let go

“Without the 'big wild love' which allows us to believe that the things we want are possible, and that we deserve them. We'll never take those risks. Because we won't see the 'net'. We won't know that we are the 'net'.”

- Jill Sherer Murray

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Topics Covered:
02:11 - Challenge is letting go of what is making them stuck, particularly what’s standing between the things they want and where they don’t want to be. One of the symptoms are not having any idea on what they want and being holistically happy

05:01 - Holding on to what they don’t want because they think it’s the best that they can get: one of the common mistakes business leaders make before deciding to let go

08:25 - One free and actionable tip you can do to address the challenge of letting go and being stuck: think about a place where you’re stuck, grab a notebook, and for 10 minutes, complete the sentence as many times as you can

09:50 - One valuable resource to help you let go and understand where you are right now: Jill’s Six-Step Process for Letting Go. Visit:

11:19 - Q: How do I know when it's time to let go, and how can I be sure that it's time to let go? A: If the gap between what they say they want and what they currently have is far apart, then it's time to examine what they believe about themselves, the kind of choices that they're making, and what they need to do to get from point A to point B.

Key Takeaways:
We, as women, are meant to nurture, take care and be emotional and think holistically. We're not taught to go out and take risks, like the men who are hunters and gatherers, and they're going out into the wild. It's all about taking a chance to get that- to hunt and gather. So we're just wired differently, and safety is really big, and it can really be in our way.” - Jill Sherer Murray

“I would say think about a place where you're stuck and grab a notebook and then set a timer for 10 minutes and complete the sentence as many times as you can. When it comes to blank, I believe I 'blank' and I tell people, you know, you can do this once for 10 minutes, you can do it every day for a week, but the 10 minutes is all about, turn on the timer, keep your hands moving, don't stop to think because the goal is not to censor yourself. You're looking to get way down, I wish I could make you see me, to get into the subconscious parts of yourself that you're not accessing or that you don't even realize is happening, and to understand what it is you actually believe is possible for you.” - Jill Sherer Murray

“As much as people don't know what they want, I also think they don't know what they believe or take the time to look at their beliefs.” - Jill Sherer Murray

“I'm in human resources, even though I really want to be a dancer but I know this is a safer option. It really comes down to safety. It's all about safety. They're prioritizing safety, overtaking a chance, and pushing forward to take a chance on themselves, to see that big- so they can get what they really want, but if they don't name what they want, they can't know what that is, and that's where there's a lot of safety, too.” - Jill Sherer Murray


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The power of letting go | Insa Klasing | TEDxBerlin

Visit our website for more information on Insa Klasing. Insa is a change maker. She loves a challenge and is not afraid of contrasts: In her corner office as CEO of Kentucky Fried Chicken she felt just as much at home as she now does in a Berlin co-working space as Co-Founder of TheNextWe, a startup enabling big companies to achieve mindset change at scale. She began her career in India, building schools in the Himalaya with her own NGO. This was followed by a stint in management consulting in London, before launching the British Smoothie brand innocent in Germany. In any setting, Insa goes for growth, be it personal, business or societal. Her passion is the future of leadership, which she argues is all about letting go, as articulated in her latest book “Der 2-Stunden-Chef”. Insa is a board member of various international companies and was named a Young Global Leader 2017 by the World Economic Forum.

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How being heartbroken was the best thing to ever happen to me: Emma Gibbs at TEDxSouthBankWomen

Emma Gibbs is a writer, producer, organiser and storyteller.From dystopian futures and undersea adventures to marriage equality and other matters of the heart, Emma's passion is to tell truly great stories across all platforms.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

The Power of Letting Go with Jill Sherer Murray

Wouldn’t you just love the superpower of letting go? If so, you’re in luck! Jill Sherer Murray is a TEDx speaker and influencer, author, blogger, coach, and founder of Let Go For It®, a lifestyle brand dedicated to helping individuals let go for a better life. Jill is my guest on the podcast this week and she’s going to share all about harnessing the power of letting go.

Yes, letting go can feel risky and downright scary.

And, letting go is a challenge.

Especially when you’re contemplating divorce or going through divorce.

Jill said something pretty powerful during our time together, “If you figure out how to let go, you can find your way out of or to anything.” So today she’s going to share some ways that you can begin to move forward in your life.

Afterall, this is your one wild and precious life. If you’re waiting for someone to give you permission to live it, you’re not gonna get it. You have to take permission to live it yourself. This includes permission to let go, permission to immerse yourself in self-love, and permission to live your life as you see fit.

Show Highlights

How ending a 12-year relationship was eye-opening and transformational for Jill (6:15) What letting go truly is and the importance of acknowledging what you need to let go of before you can take action (14:36) We talk about a simple yet powerful exercise which walks you through the process of letting go (26:41) Why letting go is real freedom and how the act of self-love empowers us to act boldly (29:37) Where women struggle most when it comes self-love and letting go (36:33) When we don’t do the work, we are agreeing to let other people to decide what we have and what we don’t have (44:51) Let go of being so hard on yourself, let go of other people’s expectations, and let go of being afraid of what you truly want (50:03) Learn More About Jill:

Jill Sherer Murray is a TEDx speaker and influencer, author, blogger, coach, and founder of Let Go For It®, a lifestyle brand dedicated to helping individuals let go for a better life. She is also an award-winning journalist and communications leader who can trace practically every success she’s had in her career, love life, and more to letting go.

Her TEDx talk, “The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go” has been viewed by almost two million people – and grows by the thousands each day. Her book, which comes out in May and is available for pre-order on Amazon and Indiebound, is called Big Wild Love: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go. She wrote it in response to the countless numbers of viewers who’ve reached out to her for help and inspiration after seeing her TEDx talk.

Jill spent a year studying improvisation comedy at the famous Second City Training Center in Chicago. And another five years writing a popular blog called “Diary of a Writer in Mid-Life Crisis” for 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.

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PODCAST: Let Go For It℠: Public Speaker Jill Sherer Murray TEDxWilmingtonWomen

Jill Sherer Murray, an award-winning journalist, marketing, blogger, and public speaker owns her incredible success to a secret she told on the TEDxWilmington stage. Her secret: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go. In this podcast, professional executive speaker coach, Janice Tomich, asks Jill to share how she went from manifesting her dream of being on the TEDx stage to preparing for her TEDxWilmington talk, and then standing on the red circle.

From Janice Tomich:

“I’ve got to admit that this is one of the ‘funnest’ interviews I have done. In this interview, you’ll learn about the process Jill went through for her TEDx talk, how she needed to shorten her talk close to the event day, and how the art of letting go helped her handle what she calls ‘the best kind of stress.'”

Show Highlights

4:00 Why it’s critical to be clear about what you want your audience to know, think, or do when you prepare your presentation. Your intention must be solid.

6:22 Jill was new to applying to speak and talks about the road to getting accepted.

14:00 The responsibility of being a TED speaker.

15:20 The organizers want me to shorten my talk? Now what?

16:28 Don’t be afraid to ask for help from those who have experienced where you need to go.

17:55 Kill your darlings.

19:50 Understanding the importance of the gift of knowledge to deliver an excellent presentation.

21:50 Comparison will hinder your talk.

23:45 Telling your truth is what makes a presentation compelling to listen to.

25:30 The premise of Jill’s talk: How letting go ‘blew up’ her life.

29:00 Love this quote: There’s nothing you want upstream. Everything you want is downstream.

30:38 Stop sleepwalking through epiphanies.

34:40 How to receive valuable feedback as a public speaker.

37:13 600+ practice sessions – was that too many?

42:08 How to practice to control your anxiety and help with breath control.

44:48 The key to adapting your talk for new audiences.

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The Abundance of Letting Go | Dr. Alison Tan | TEDxShanghaiWomen

DR. ALISON TAN is passionate about people. Overcoming her intense panic attacks gave her the courage to see her non-serving old beliefs, and helped shift her perspective to one of self-acceptance. Today, she supports senior executives to embrace whom they are, rather than whom they feel they have to be.

DR. ALISON TAN is passionate about people. Overcoming her intense panic attacks gave her the courage to see her non-serving old beliefs, and helped shift her perspective to one of self-acceptance. Today, she supports senior executives to embrace whom they are, rather than whom they feel they have to be.

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The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go & Conquering Our Limiting Beliefs w/Jill Sherer Murray

When we leave something, whether it’s a place, a job, or a relationship, we aren’t just closing a chapter. We’re leaving a dream, an identity, and an enormou component of ourselves.

But here’s the thing, leaving isn’t the same as letting go. People can leave a bad marriage and still cling to it mentally and emotionally.

True healing happens when we have the courage to completely release the past, and listen to that inner truth that tells us we’re meant for better. The journey to letting go isn’t easy, but it is one worth taking.

Once we leave our past in the rearview, and stop looking back at it, we can fully step into that new chapter and experience the gift divorce can be.

How do we examine ourselves and determine what our inner voice is trying to tell us? What does moving on actually look like? In this episode, I’m joined by Jill Sherer Murray. She is a TEDx speaker, influencer, and author of the brilliant book, Big Wild Love: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go. We discuss how to let go, especially after the end of a marriage, and what we can look forward to when we release the past.


3 Things You’ll Love About This Episode

- Why we struggle to let go
As human beings, every choice we make comes down to safety and avoiding perceived danger. Even when a relationship is bad for us, we get used to it and it gives us safety. Leaving that situation and letting go feels like a loss of safety, and that’s what makes letting go so difficult. It’s natural to have those moments of fear and doubt, even when letting go is the right thing.

- How to own the power we have when we let go
The fear of letting go stems from a fear of the unknown. When we leave something familiar that we’ve known a long time, it’s like jumping off a cliff thinking we don’t have a safety net. Instead of waiting for external safety, we have to trust that we’re strong enough to be our own safety net and catch ourselves.

- The process of overcoming limiting beliefs
Limiting beliefs are a sign that we fully haven’t let go of something in our past. Before we can dispel them, we have to become aware of them. Once we know them, we can revise and eliminate them so that our beliefs start working for us, not against us. We can turn limiting beliefs into epiphanies by becoming woke to ourselves.

To Hold On, Let Go | Nadya Zhexembayeva | TEDxNavesink

Sustainability is doomed if all we do is hold on to what we have. It’s time to let go. Sustainability, speaker, author and business leader, Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva will show us that as global challenges become greater, the new pioneers are letting go – and reinventing themselves economically, competitively and personally.

Nadya Zhexembayeva is a business owner overseeing a group of companies active in real estate, investment, and consultant industries. She served as the Coca-Cola chaired professor of sustainable development at IEDC-Bled School of Management, an executive education center based in Slovene Alps, where she still teaches courses in leadership, strategy, change management, design thinking, and sustainability. She has also taught in other business schools, including CEDEP in France & IPADE in Mexico. Dr. Zhexembayeva chairs the resourcefulness advisory board at OMV, an oil & gas company. She sits on the advisory board of the Fowler Center for Sustainable Value at Case Western Reserve University. She also serves as Vice President of Challenge:Future, a global student think-do-tank & innovation competition. Nadya co-authored her first book, Embedded Sustainability: The Next Big Competitive Advantage, with Chris Laszlo.

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The Secret to Unleashing the Unstoppable Power of Letting Go with Jill Sherer Murray on D & B #132

In this episode Susan Guthrie, Esq., talks with TEDX phenomenom and Best-Selling Author, Jill Sherer Murray, about Big Wild Love, her new book that takes up where the TEDx stopped and shares Jill's journey and secret sauce for finding your own Big Wild Love and Letting Go of whatever it is that is holding you back forever!

If you are one of the over 2.5 million viewers of Jill Sherer Murray's TEDx Talk, The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go then you already know the power of her message and how letting go of a long-term but ultimately unfulfilling relationship led her to become truly unstoppable in love and in life! The only downside to the TEDx? It's only 18 minutes long! But now, Jill has just released her instant best-seller, Big Wild Love: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go that goes well beyond just the power of letting go, and actually reveals the secret of how to actually DO IT! We are held back by so many things in our lives, failing relationships, dead-end jobs, toxic friendships, and more, but letting go often seems impossible. This episode is here to show you that letting go is VERY POSSIBLE, and the key to doing so is finding your own BIG WILD LOVE! Find out what Jill means by this and learn to the step to move forward in this very special episode!

GET JILL'S SPECIAL GIFT FOR LISTENERS: You can download a copy of Jill's special gift for listeners of the Divorce & Beyond Podcast, 6 Steps for Letting Go in a Global Pandemic, here:

More about this week's VERY SPECIAL GUEST: JILL SHERER MURRAY is a TEDx speaker, influencer, author, coach, and founder of Let Go For It®, helping individuals let go for a better life and businesses let go for better results. She’s an award-winning journalist and communications leader who can trace her success in career, love life, and more to letting go.Her TEDx talk, “The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go” has been viewed by millions and she recently released Big Wild Love: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go in response to the many all over the globe who’ve reached out to her for advice after seeing her TEDx Talk. Jill studied improv at Second City in Chicago, wrote a popular blog called “Diary of a Writer in Mid-Life Crisis”, and let go of just about everything to put her weight in Shape Magazine as part of a year-long assignment to document her weight loss journey.

You can reach Jill at jillsherermurray@gmail.com
Follow her on Instagram: @letgoforit
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SUSAN GUTHRIE, ESQ., the creator and host of The Divorce and Beyond Podcast, is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and divorce mediation attorneys in the country. She is one of the Co-Chair's of the American Bar Association's DR Section Mediation Committee and is the Founder of Divorce in a Better Way which provides a curated selection of resources and information for those facing divorce and other life changes. Susan has created a website of curated resources for those facing divorce. Find out more at

Susan is one of the leading experts in online mediation in the world and has recently launched THE LEARN TO MEDIATE ONLINE ACADEMY which provided on-deman video training programs and courses for professionals on:
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If You Love Them Let Them Go | Melissa Anderson Sweazy | TEDxMemphis

When filmmaker Melissa Sweazy came across a statistic that American children have, on average, less than 300 yards to roam unsupervised, she made a movie about the dangers of helicopter parenting. When she realized she was making her own daughter a statistic, she understood the truth to be a lot more complicated. In this short, funny talk, Sweazy ponders how we are to give our children the freedom they deserve in a world where parenting has become a full contact sport.

Melissa Anderson Sweazy is an award-winning screenwriter, film and music video director, essayist, photographer, and mother living in Memphis, TN. (She has yet to win awards for mothering, but she could medal in making up bedtime songs on the fly.) She is a recipient of the Tennessee Arts Commission grant, and her most recent film The Department of Signs and Magical Intervention is making the festival rounds, having its international debut at the Oaxaca Film Festival this fall. Her parenting/photography blog Thoroughly Modern Medusa was recognized by Blogger as a “blog of Note” (back when people still blogged) and you can see her movies and catch up on her sporadically updated adventures at melissasweazy.com

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The Power of Surrender & Letting Go | How to do it & Why it works

The Power of Surrender & Letting Go is incredible. When we let go and surrender, we let life naturally unfold. We create a space where our problems, concerns, and worries can take care of themselves. When we surrender, we open ourselves up to the guidance of the Universe/God/Angels/Our highest self and miracles begin to happen!

What is Surrender? What is letting go? Why is it important? How to do it? Why does it work? All of these questions are answered here!

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Often we react in anger when we think others have hurt us, or when we assume that others are out to get us...

we react when we don’t need to... we hold on to resentment, and sometimes we hope the other gets hurt... but in doing so, we only end up hurting ourselves.

The negative energy we carry around when we hold on to these resentments and negative feelings only makes US suffer... never the person we might want to suffer.

When we react in anger rather than with compassion, no one wins.

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#100. Let Go To Become Unstoppable/Interview w. Jill Sherer Murray

Have you ever felt stuck in life and can’t quite figure out how to move forward? Or maybe you keep finding yourself in the same situations that just don’t serve you well? Despite trying all sorts to fix the problems, you can’t seem to find a solution. But perhaps, it’s time to look inwards and let go of limiting beliefs that are stopping you from living a life you love.

Self-growth is uncomfortable. Oh boy, it's really uncomfortable. So, maybe that’s the reason that we are so quick to judge our external circumstances and label them as the culprit for our unhappiness.

Jill Sherer Murray, author of Big Wild Love - the Unstoppable Power of Letting Go says that…

“We are always bringing people into our lives that reflect our beliefs about ourselves”.

Whether you are in a relationship that isn’t right for you, a job that doesn’t fulfill you, or are simply not chasing your dreams, your crisis of esteem is often the root of the problem. Rather than finger-pointing, take time to ask yourself the difficult questions and figure out if your limiting beliefs are derailing your life and stopping you from having the things you want.

Let Go For It℠ with TEDx Speaker Jill Sherer Murray

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Learn to let go of Control and LIVE LIFE | Srikumar Rao

Your entire life has been an attempt to exert control on some part of the universe. Watch Srikumar Rao's Transformational Personal Mystery Masterclass for FREE ????

We tend to think that having control over the things in our lives will lead to success and happiness...but really, we couldn't be more wrong.

Giving Up and Letting Go | Zhikang “Leo” Xie | TEDxThorntonAcademy

International student Zhikang “Leo” Xie speaks about how to use one's power to confront anxiety. Zhikang “Leo” Xie is an international student from China that attended high school in Saco, ME. While he was a senior in high school in the States, he spoke at TEDxThorntonAcademy in 2019. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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