None of us could have ever anticipated what 2020 would be like, and we could all come up with interesting “pros and cons” lists for the past 12 months, with the cons lists probably being slightly longer.
One pro to 2020, though, might have come in the form of wanting to be more intentional with our time. (Thank you, quarantine!) This year, maybe you learned that you were a little off balance with what you thought was a good use of the hours in your day.
Lisa Adams, coach, mentor, and leader of 4word: Saratoga Springs, returns to the podcast (catch her March episode here) to talk about making intentional living a reality and shares her tips for staying sane and grounded this holiday season.
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Lisa Adams has a contagious enthusiasm for training and coaching leaders at all levels of an organization. She utilizes her 20+ years in management to coach leaders to intentionally develop their own leadership skills and mentor their teams for long term success.
Her career spans from various marketing and small business ownership opportunities to corporate human resources at American Express, training and development at Ceridian, software sales at Lawson Software, and strategic partner management and business development at Lycos.com and Monster.com. In 2009, Lisa decided to begin her formal coaching work. Since then, Lisa has coached a variety of professionals, from young leaders fresh out of college to senior executives.
Lisa is an active mentor through 4word. She has been a preferred expert with Keystone Partners and Work It Daily.com. At one time, Lisa co-hosted a leadership podcast called LEADTHIS!
Lisa is a graduate of the Paul College / Whittemore School of Business at the University of New Hampshire. Her coaching certifications were received through Career Coach Academy and Susan Whitcomb, one of the premier career experts in the field today.
Personally, she and her husband, Mike, have been married for 20 years. They have 2 teenage sons in high school. Mike has been a pastor for 23 years for 3 different churches. Lisa understands a life in ministry and business. In her free time, she attends the boys’ football, baseball and volleyball games, and spends time with her girlfriends. She and Mike love to vacation on warm ocean beaches.