Megan describes Rebecca Hulse as a millennial that is taking on business and creating a different reality with it. She’s not the typical millennial, but she fits into the category and uses it to her advantage.
Rebecca says her parents always told her she might want to choose something else, as well as a dance career. When she got into dance school, she started looking at business at the same time.
She went to an Access Consciousness class and took away the questions and tools. Before moving to Miami for a dance job, she went to a bars class.
When Rebecca returned from an eight-month dance contract on a cruise ship, she did another class and took her mom with her. She says it made so much sense and was the way she knew the world should work.
In this episode of What Else is Possible, Megan talks to Rebecca Hulse, a millennial who is using the Access Consciousness tools to her advantage.
They discuss other personal development classes they tried before finding Access Consciousness, and how Rebecca and her mom have joined together to spread the joy of business.
Rebecca Hulse is an author, speaker, Joy of Business Certified Facilitator and possibility-maker. She is an Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator, event organiser and consultant, who revels in shaking up the realities and limiting paradigms of her clients. Having completed her first “bucket list” by age 20, Rebecca is the personification of her motto “Impossible is Temporary”. She has experienced firsthand the power of opportunity and strives to constantly push the boundaries of what she is capable of, both personally and professionally. Find out more about Rebecca Hulse here.