Work with Lisa
Are you an overthinker?
Did you know that your over-thinking is harming your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing?
Maybe even your relationships.
If you’re struggling to find your purpose, your perpetual pondering could be the block.
You can calm the mental chatter. Sleep well. Find peace in the day. Lose weight. (Yeah, I said that.) Get clarity on who you are and what’s next for you.
If I’ve sparked your curiosity, you’ll want to join me for a free Over-Thinking Detox July 11, 12, and 13. It could be the start of something peaceful. Go here to register.
Life is different now, for so many reasons. Who you are – and who you thought you would be – is changing.
If you are feeling the stirrings of your soul and know that it’s time to make your move, you’ve found the right place.
Through our time together, you will reconnect with yourself, as well as you passions, visions, and confidence. You’ll stop seeking validation from your relationships and instead understand your value in the world. You’ll finally experience the joy of living with “purpacity” a.k.a the audicity to live your life with purpose.
Reach out to learn more.
Peace, Purpose & Power
Come back soon to learn about the upcoming head-to-toe, all inclusive midlife transformation program!
If you’re not sure how to get started, this membership is perfect. Loaded with self-directed lessons, guided journals and planners, and a private Facebook group, you’ll learn the questions you need to ask to create the life you want for a low monthly investment. Go here to learn more.
I'm intelligent, curious, and resourceful. These are all good things. But I have also been known to trap myself on a perpetual hamster wheel of repetitive and useless thoughts that do nothing more than exhaust me mentally, physically, emotionally. And maybe you're an...
When you’re in the process of detangling your energy from the programming that has you constantly questioning your worth, it’s important to keep your focus on where you want to go and how you want to be.
I resisted making the shift from thinking my way through life because I didn’t “think” there could be another way. That’s the trap you can get in when you’re a thinker. Sound familiar?