I believe the world is a beautiful place.
I believe that people should be happy, that we should be kind to one another, and love one another.
I believe that we should have the ability to speak from our hearts, and be heard.
And finally, I believe that women have the power to change the world. My mission is be a part of that change, by creating supportive women based communities, big and small, and helping and supporting them to live balanced, happy, empowered lives.
Always a seeker of truth and knowledge, most of my studies have been in two major areas, self improvement through mindfulness and communication, and essential tools to help women, and myself create strong, profitable businesses. In that light:
As a coach, I help women step into their strengths, create systems and processes that create calm out of chaos, streamline businesses, and organized and destress stressful lives/schedules.
A List is Not Enough: A Modern Woman's Guide to Better Goal Setting, Time Management & Productivity, an Amazon Top 10 Hot New Releases.
In this conversational, action-oriented book, Lisa walks you through time-tested, proven practices that will take you from being overwhelmed, over-scheduled and over-stimulated to a calm, focused, clear-thinking, time-efficient individual ready to be your best self!
Heartful Journey: A Uniquely Fun-Sized Coloring Book. Color, Reflect,
Created during the COVID epidemic in an effort to find peace in traumatic times, now you can enjoy the beauty and delicacy of Lisa Stearns's Zen art while coloring.
Then, discover more about yourself with insightful journaling prompts related to topics like peace, love and gratitude.
This book was designed to help navigate challenging time and support a
No artistic ability necessary!
This self-guided program was originally designed for a class Lisa taught to offer people an active mindful activity.
You will be amazed what you will learn about yourself simply by putting pen to paper.
Chock full of mindful practices, as well as pen and paper techniques, (notice I'm not calling it drawing), you will come to find peace and calm in this simple, yet active practice.