We’re coming together for a conversation around Full Front Living. We are talking about emotional resilience and being a more conscious leader.
Meet Lisa Carpenter. Wing woman for the powerful woman. When women are on the rise, Lisa is there to make sure they don’t lose themselves in their busy lives. She helps them maintain or improve their health which is usually the first thing to go by the wayside and next she helps them navigate their emotions and mindset while they’re on the rise
Lisa is revolutionizing how women show up in their lives and businesses. The reason why I say she’s revolutionizing her industry is because she’s disrupting how women look at their health by breaking through much of the dogma, rhetoric and bullshit.
Today we’re going to talk about how investing in her own transformation has allowed her to drop her lone wolf story, find a community of like minded leaders and step up her game as business owner.
I often share lessons learned on this podcast, it’s one of my favorite things to be able to share. I’m able to do that because of a commitment to radical self-reflection I have with myself.
This commitment means that every week I am looking at what is happening my business and in my life, the good, the bad, and the occasionally ugly. Doing that work allows me to look at my months, and even my years with real data, even for the less tangible parts of my life.
I call these weekly meetings CEO Debriefs, and twice per month inside The BRAVE Society we do them together. I pulled together some of the highlights from CEO Debriefs I’ve done inside BRAVE and I’m sharing the best of the best with you. You might have heard a couple on this podcast, but I want you to take it a step further and feel what doing this with us in BRAVE feels like.
So head to the show notes and sign up now to receive 10 CEO Debrief questions I want you to ask yourself, plus listen in on some of the most popular shares I’ve made. Listening to someone else debrief is a great way to bring up things you didn’t realize were there or ask questions you don’t always think to ask yourself.
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