Hi, I'm Lisa Fabrega.

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.


From pain to power: if you’ve felt triggered, you’re not alone

It was no accident that we were all gathering to mastermind on the island of Santorini on the very weekend a man accused of sexual assault was being confirmed to the Supreme Court. My clients were all abuzz about it. Even the ones who don’t live in the US. Womxn from across the globe were watching this situation with baited breath. And yet, I knew deep down in my soul, that this was perfect — that we were gathering during this very tense time for womxn in the US and the world. I had been seeing all the pain and rage it brought up in most of us over the last several weeks. I could feel my own fatigue and …

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The tyranny of “someday”

A long time ago, I dreamed of a very specific place without ever knowing that it was a real place. And I thought to myself, “Someday I’ll be able to make that dream a reality…”. And then I discovered this place WAS real and it was called Santorini. One thing I am always doing is pushing my edges even more when it comes to money, dreaming, and creating big. So, I did just that this week in Santorini and I made my vision from long ago a reality, even if it was at my edge financially. Making this leap is already having incredible effects on how I’m thinking & feeling and I want to share why with you! In this …

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Is it gratitude? Or is it tolerating mediocrity?

10,000 hours. That’s the number that behavioral experts will tell you it takes to reach mastery levels of your craft. I have a few things I have 10,000 hours in. Writing is one of them.   I’ve been writing since I was 6 years old. Locked in my mother’s blue, tile, 70’s-style bathroom, sneaking scrawled poems onto torn off corners of my mother’s notebook while singing the words out loud for the acoustics. And as I approach my ninth year in my coaching business, I realized the other day that I’m almost at 10,000 hours in coaching as well. And along with that, I’ve noticed something very interesting. I’ve become less tolerant. But I think this is a good thing. …

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The Bad Advice About “Image” That Is Holding Us All Back

I felt a hot wave of shame rush over my throat and chest as she said it. “Lisa, I think you need to watch how you say things in front of them. The kinds of questions you ask make you look like an amateur and you wouldn’t want them to get that impression of you, now would you? You need to maintain an ‘image’ so they ‘respect you’.” For a few seconds I was embarrassed. But after sitting with it for a few hours, I began to see that “advice” given to me by a successful colleague as part of a larger problem.

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There’s a Reason Oprah has a Gayle (and here’s why you need your own Gayle, too)

The shortest period of time I ever dated anyone seriously was 2 years. I’ve had five serious relationships in my 40 years of existence.   I’ve had my business for 8 years without getting rid of it and starting a new one. I have t-shirts in my pajama drawer that are 6 years old (and no, they don’t have holes in them nor do they look ratty — but they are super soft and comfy!). My favorite piece of jewelry is a gold bracelet my grandmother gave me when I was 12. And I still have it and wear it all the time. Because it is high quality, timeless, and beautiful. Trends will come and go, but that bracelet will …

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