I don’t know how she does it, but Lisa has an incredible memory and ability to recite quotes and impactful statements. As we discussed pivotal moments in her life – from early 7th grade memories believing she was meant for more to trans-personal psychology classes she took in high school to her mother being diagnosed with breast cancer – it became blindingly clear why she’s a huge fan of writing out her desires, personal mantras she recites each morning, and finding unique ways to walk in her purpose. She’s baked positive psychology into her daily rituals and it’s working marvelously.
Through her trademarked programs (Prettie Girl™, Women Reign™, and more), Lisa helps women overcome second-guessing themselves to be great now and see their value before they show it publicly. Along her journey there were key mentors who helped to guide her. Hear about her friend’s father who called her “Star” or the pastor’s wife who helped her see her mission on a grander stage. Mentors are everything.
Lisa’s programs help women who partner too much with their inner critic, who get stuck in the how to, or who are discouraged at the slow pace of change. She talked about “breaking down to break through”, finding ways to have “destiny meet you at expectancy”, and how “collaboration is the new currency”. She’s a huge fan of YouTube university, Jentezen Franklin’s book Take Hold of Your Dream, and the Being Boss podcast. I love that Lisa believes greatness is your obligation, not your option.
Lisa Guice is a self relationship expert, international speaker, and greatness strategist who partners with executives, entrepreneurs, and those looking for next-level breakthroughs. She is living her life’s mission by uplifting others and teaching them how to solidify a positive relationship with the most valuable person there is… YOU. Lisa facilitates workshops and business programs and has been featured in Huffington Post and Forbes. She is author of the You’re Just A Quote Away From Your Greatness book.
For more about Lisa, visit http://www.lisaguice.net; “iamlisaguice” on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook; and https://www.facebook.com/groups/sistersingreatness/.