Please join us for this lively presentation by Lisa Stearns. She will identify 3 guaranteed goal killers and outline clear steps you can take to avoid them. What a great way to start the new year!
Lisa believes that helping people achieve their highest potential is one of the best ways to see a positive change in the world. As a master educator, business coach and connector, she finds great joy in seeing women and men of all ages succeed, and does everything within her power to make that happen.
Whether through her business coaching, Dream Team Mastermind™ Groups, motivational speaking, empowerment and mindfulness programs, or her book A List is not Enough, Lisa’s clients say she helps them create order out of chaos, reduce work/ life overwhelm, and craft a life of calm and focus.
With a long history in designing educational programs, her work as a speaker, sports trainer/yoga/ mindfulness instructor, author, as well as her many certifications in the art of business and communication, Lisa is known as a go-to resource in the area of business, communication, networking and work-life integration.
Entertaining and energetic, Lisa delights audiences and clients with her unique blend of wisdom, honesty, quick wit and her complete open generosity of heart.
Lisa is offering a special deal on her new book A List is not Enough. To obtain a free ebook or a paperback at cost, visit the Book Launch page on her website.
Sponsored by Anika Baty-Mills of Columbia Lifestyle Magazine
Anika Baty-Mills is the Publisher of Columbia Lifestyle Magazine. Columbia Lifestyle is a family friendly community magazine. Each and every month the publications focus is to tell the good news that is happening in and around the Columbia community. This is done by highlighting our hometown heroes, and by sharing wonderful and interesting stories. In addition to introducing the awesome businesses that serve the Columbia community. For the past 15 years, Anika and her family have enjoyed working, living and playing in Columbia. She is proud to directly bring the community’s stories into her readers homes.