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July 17, 2017

Aired Monday, 17 July 2017, 4:00 PM ET


Have you been stressing yourself out without even realising how tense you are getting? Or finding yourself wound up and not knowing why? In this episode of Joy of Business Megan Hill and Rebecca Hulse (Joy of Business Facilitators and professional hijackers) have a conversation about the secret ways you get wound up and how to unwind.

Guest Bios:

Rebecca Hulse is an ongoing work in progress and walking proof that “impossible is temporary” in a body. At 13 she began a career as a public speaker and to date has spoken to 300 teens on the power of choice to make their dreams a reality. By age 20 every item on her “bucket list” was checked off so she began creating a new one with a godzillion more adventures to accomplish. So far the results have been fast and fantastic. From her cozy Christchurch home in New Zealand, Rebecca Hulse reaches a global audience from Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, the US, and Europe. Her writing has been featured in MindBodyGreen, NotSalmon, Wild Sister, My Yoga Online, Elephant Journal, Girlfriendology, Classy Career Girl,, and just to name a few. So far, she has published three books. You can learn more about Rebecca by visiting her website.

Megan Hill has over 10 years expertise in all areas of communications, media and marketing. Including self-empowerment, consciousness, senior/boomer market (retirement living/real estate/health-care) and destination/hospitality industries.

Her experience includes management of all components of communications and marketing campaigns: brand strategy, marketing plan development, casting/talent selection, ad development, social media, interactive/website development, on and offline media buying, event planning, editing/proofreading, eCRM, direct mail, and strategic lead generation.

Megan is also a Certified Facilitator and Director of Social Media for Access Consciousness®, specializing in empowering people to create a life worth living and a reality worth playing in.