Are you looking for a public speaker who can motivate your workforce? Do your employees or colleagues need to gain control of their calendar? Could your non-profit use some help in aligning your purpose with your goals? Consider Lisa Fisher for your next conference, lunch and learn, charity event, or other public speaking event.
Lisa is a seasoned public and motivational speaker. As a Dale Carnegie Graduate and Graduate Assistant, she has honed her dynamic presentation style to engage any audience with meaningful and thought provoking topics. Please review her list of prepared presentations below. Lisa can adapt her content and subject matter to fit your audience and time frame.
Lisa is a fantastic speaker, very well versed in the material.
I was fortunate to attend a seminar today by Coach Lisa Fisher, Speaker & Trainer and the takeaway was incredible!!
#1 Mind blowing discovery: Multitasking is a LIE! Something I thought I was great at. Something we ALL put on our resumes. And from the words of Steve Uzell, “Multitasking is merely the opportunity to screw up more than one thing at a time.” (Confused? Read the book or visit her site to see why.)
#2 Your brain is 1/50th of your body mass but consumes 1/5th of your energy. (I had no clue of this).
If you are drained, feeling unaccomplished, overwhelmed, behind, always trying to catch up, disorganized, etc etc etc. then this book is for you and Coach Lisa is for you.
Lisa was wonderful. I will attend every training she puts on. She makes me feel motivated and encouraged and that is part of my purpose statement, to motivate and encourage. Thank you for the inspiration to keep pushing to my goals.
That was an awesome event. I learned interesting stuff and I plan to make my to do list over …to a Success List! Gotta get to work. Thank you for providing an excellent program.
Thanks again for coming to Mt. Pleasant to speak to the Michigan Realtors Leadership Academy! Your presentation was valuable and many participants approached me later to tell me that you were “awesome”. I would love to have you out to present again.