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Episode 148: Choosing Your Leadership Diet w/ Sarah Hill

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Did you know your thoughts can shift the patterns of your brain? In this 148th episode of Something Extra, CEO of Healium, Sarah Hill, breaks down the significance of mental fitness and how it significantly impacts our daily lives. This is an episode you don’t want to miss!

Bio: CEO of Healium, a virtual and augmented reality tool for human performance powered by the user’s own brainwaves and heart rate. After 20 years as a TV reporter covering trauma, Hill’s media diet of reporting the day’s headlines ultimately made her sick.

Hill developed Healium for herself as well as the 41 million others who struggle with anxiety. Healium is a digiceutical for people to detox from what they’re consuming digitally. Healium is the world’s first biometrically-powered VR/AR immersive media channel controlled by the user’s brainwaves and heart rate via consumer wearables. Hill’s XR experiences are clinically validated in 3 peer-reviewed journals and have been viewed more than 7 million times. She is also a former interactive TV news journalist for the NBC, ABC, & CBS affiliates in Missouri. A national Edward R. Murrow, NAB Service to America, National Sigma Delta Chi, and 12-time mid-America Emmy award-winning TV reporter, Hill has 25 years of experience building unique media franchises. She spent decades reporting about the world’s negativity and trauma in Sri Lanka, Zambia, Guatemala, Indonesia, and Congo. 

Healium’s roots are in virtual travel for Veterans. In 2015, Hill’s team built a program called “Honor Everywhere”, that uses Virtual Reality to allow aging Veterans the opportunity to see their WWII, Vietnam, Korea, & Women’s Memorials. 

Sarah’s Something Extra: Self-care and surrounding yourself with your support mechanisms who will let you know when one of your table legs is out of balance. 

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Credits:
– Lisa Nichols, Host
– Scott Crosby, Executive Producer
– Daniel Williams, Recording Engineer

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