You’re here not just to make a lot of money or to just make an impact. You’re here to leave a legacy of change with your work. You’re here to play and lead BIG and you won’t let anything compromise your vision.

I’m here to take you on the inner leadership journey that will get you there. Because there is no strategy or blueprint out there that is better than the one that already lies within you.

Your “discipline” is not the problem

When I first came to, I didn’t know where I was and I felt confused. There I was slumped over in a beauty shop chair, with three hazy women surrounding me. Slowly, I realized it was my grandmother, my mother, and the hairstylist all looking at me with concern. My grandmother lifted my arm, and as she let go, my arm fell like spaghetti back down onto the arm of the chair. I had NO energy. I could barely move. You are stopping this diet immediately Lisa, said my indignant grandmother.   I don’t remember how I got from the salon to my grandmother’s house. But once we were sitting at the large oak table in her kitchen, she pulled … Continued

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Could this common spiritual teaching be harming your legacy?

Does feeling rage make you “broken”? Do so-called “negative” emotions mean something is wrong with you? Recently, I sought guidance and comfort during a stressful time, and I found myself on Instagram looking for wisdom from a spiritual teacher who many leaders trust and follow. Instead, I found a post that disappointed me. It talked about strong emotions in such a damaging way, teaching us to feel shame for them. It’s a common refrain among spiritual guides that if you experience “negative” emotions, that you are somehow broken. I believe that’s just flat wrong. But it’s such a prevalent societal belief that we all subconsciously believe we’re broken in some way. I know because I uncover this in my high-performer … Continued

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What to do when the unthinkable happens

*This blog post is part of our new Legacy Leader Series: a blog series for leaders who want to navigate the current chaos in the world, embody the crucial qualities that leaders need to stay on the forefront and amplify their legacies in the world. ……… The dreams started in May. I was 9 months pregnant and didn’t know how I got that way. I was upset — I hadn’t planned for this. I didn’t want to give birth. How did I even get pregnant? Or there was a baby that had been placed in my care, and I kept freaking out that I’d forget to feed it and it would die. I told my friend Jen about these strange, … Continued

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Why your emotional strength affects your profits (and the fate of the world)

*This blog post is part of our new Legacy Leader Series: a blog series for leaders who want to navigate the current chaos in the world, embody the crucial qualities that leaders need to stay on the forefront and amplify their legacies in the world. ……… Last week in Part 1 of our Legacy Leader Series we talked about the two biggest things leaders need to prioritize right now to not only navigate the darkness coming up in our world currently (both in business and in the world at large), but also to survive the coming huge changes that will leave many people reeling (and without thriving businesses, because it’s already happening). These two things are: Emotional Health/Strength and Transmuting … Continued

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From $10k to $50k, from confused to soul-aligned (Geralyn’s story)

“Something isn’t right, Lisa,” she said to me over the phone. This was one of the first things that Geralyn said to me when we hopped on the phone to talk about booking a VIP day. She had been working HARD in her new essential oils business in MLM. And she felt like her results should have been way bigger given how burned out she was starting to feel from all that work. As a badass and natural born leader, she’d managed to make income from her business of course, but the way she was doing it was not sustainable. She was on the brink of giving up, questioning her decision to do this in the first place.   Four … Continued

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