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It’s Time to Own Your Life Story.


Here’s the great news. When you own your story, you get to write the ending.

That means that no matter where you are right now, when you own your story, you get to decide what’s next for you.

Maybe that’s a new job, a new career, a new relationship. Maybe it’s reinvigorating your current job, finding the passion you used to have for your occupation.

Maybe it’s quitting work all-together and moving to your dream island somewhere.

The point is: we all have a story we’d rather be living. We all have parts of ourselves that we’ve put aside and locked away to survive in this world.

What would it feel like to thrive? What would that story be?

Stories are data with a soul.
— Brene Brown

My Process

It can be difficult to describe what it is that I do. Coaching and storytelling often seem like nebulous terms; descriptors like “transformation” and “living the life you want” are used so often it’s hard to know what it all means.

So, I’ll let you in on a little secret. Shhhh.


Okay, here it is: I have a process. It works for everyone I’ve coached. It works every time I coach someone. It works in any and every situation.

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Using my S.U.R.F. process, I help clients assess their current situation, uncover their passions and purpose, re-frame their mindset, and forward that into actionable steps toward their dream life.

What do my client have to say about their experience?

My biggest takeaways are: learning about what makes ME happy and making time for myself. Being proud of who I am and how I ‘show up’ in the world. You also helped me build my confidence
— Client
I also feel like I am ‘less alone’ because I know I can reach out to someone who is non-biased and someone who will truly listen and provide honest feedback and ideas to help.
— Client
Lisa, you are extremely inspirational, honest and true from the get-go, that even though I would ask you questions, the conversation always revolved around pushed me to realize that in a lot of situations, the one thing I can always control are my feelings and how I look at the helped me to learn more about myself and get through some tough times.
— Client