Lisa brings 15 years of coaching experience to the authors of Publish Your Purpose Press starting with her private nutrition practice and continuing today as a goal setting and accountability coach.
She’s known for her nurturing yet firm approach and ability to help clients create clarity for themselves. Lisa’s a wizard at sparking others to take action while reminding them of all the things they’re already doing well.
When she’s not on a plane to explore somewhere new, Lisa lives in Connecticut with her husband and dog.
A Q&A with the Publish Your Purpose Press Team
1. How did you come to work with PYP?
When I had a nutrition practice, I worked one-on-one with clients to help them set and achieve their health goals. After closing that practice I started The Felix Culpa Project to tell stories of people taking the worst thing that ever happened to them and using it to create something new and wonderful. I’ve since combined my love of goal-setting and accountability with exploring how our stories can change the world. Which dovetails nicely with the work we do at PYP.
2. What do you enjoy the most about your work?
Getting “the look” from clients when they realize they’re about to grab hold of something that will change their lives and that they can absolutely do it.
3. What are your favorite books or genre?
Love me a good self-help book! Beautiful cookbooks. Travel books. I think my all-time favorite book is The Crossroads of Should and Must by Elle Luna.
4. How do you spend your free time?
Traveling and planning to travel.
5. If you could have dinner with anyone, past or present, who would it be?
My grandparents and my friends Leo and Aldo, all of whom have left us.
6. What is one thing very few people know about you?
I once read about someone finding a snake in his toilet and I’ve never been able to stop worrying about that.
7. How would you define your purpose?
To change the world by being the example I’d like others to follow.
Publishing Tips with Jenn & Lisa
Tip #5—Giving yourself permission.
Tip #19—Thinking beyond your publication date.
Tip #28—Conquering limited beliefs.
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