Coaching


We’ll begin wherever you are.
I don't use a template. 
It starts with a conversation. 

One of my greatest strengths is that I have a strong left and right brain. Sometimes I use intuition, other times we’ll rely on a step‐by‐step plan. I love getting to do both.

Common challenges - my approach

Simplicity

Create the space for what really matters. Get down to your desire—that quiet, nagging voice—give it a a blessing, a microphone, and get to work.

Let's get started: Determine what you really want to be doing. Sometimes this is buried below the things you think you should be doing. Should be doing and Want to be doing are two different animals.

Entrepreneurs and Small Business

What’s holding you back? Internal challenges might be self-sabotage, lack of clarity, lack of  inspiration, or too many ideas. External challenges could be lack of time and/or money or  not living where your work is. We'll tackle these questions together.  

Let's get started: Clean your office, you will get more clients. Really. Don’t do more networking or marketing to-do’s. Just clean your office and see what happens. 

Time & Productivity

Life is full and it's not always easy to stay in the driver's seat. There’s no prescription for the right way to do things. We’ll design systems that work for you. 

Let's get started: Make a master list—Collect all the little slips of paper with to-dos and put them together. Have one place where you write things down. Decide paper or digital. Include a brain dump of all that you are carrying around in your head on this master list.


Lisa’s compassionate wisdom cuts through confusion and leads to clarity and commitment.
— Ingrid Bredenberg, Organization Alignment Coach, Creativity Catalyst, Keynote Speaker
I’m breaking old habits and you’re helping me introduce new habits. I am officially putting you into the category of miracle worker.
— Kim Gabert, Librarian
You are a very kind and sensitive listener and coach. It’s encouraging that maybe I am on the right path, and with your help that I can move along a bit faster. You always make me feel like I’m returning to see a good friend, who is encouraging and has great advice, and that’s a good thing.
— Mark Knox, Artist and Entrepreneur