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For over 25 years, Lisa has been empowering women and some determined men to take charge of their personal and professional relationships starting with themselves to live an authentic life, happy, healthy and free!
Lisa Lieberman-Wang is the #1 internationally best-selling author of the book F.I.N.E. (F*@%*d Up, Insecure, Neurotic & Emotional) to FAB. Lisa is a relationship and emotional health breakthrough expert and the co-creator of Neuro Associative Programming (N.A.P). She created N.A.P. for you to heal in a short period of time, avoiding years of shame, blame and therapy with a proven model to breakthrough whatever is weighing you down.
Using this technology, she has helped hundreds of thousands of people from around the world overcome lifelong emotional challenges of depression, anxiety, stress, self-sabotage, emotional eating and sexual abuse so they can live an authentic life, happy, healthy and free!
In addition, over the last 25 years, Lisa has advised and helped nurture the businesses of many professionals creating 6 and 7 figure incomes today.
She is a powerful leader and keynote speaker who has been featured on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, and The CW as their relationship expert, and has helped organizations like Harvard University, Konica Minolta, Anthems, The Navy Memorial and many more.
Impressive resume…but no soft skills. Can solve a Rubik’s Cube with his toes…while blindfolded. Designed the landing gear for the InSight Mars spacecraft. Can’t talk his way out of a paper bag. But if the genius can get us to Mars, does it really matter? Well…more than likely…yes. Look through want ads for most jobs, […]
Split-brain theories led to what may be an oversimplified assessment of “right-brained” and “left-brained” people. But management skills can get a healthy, holistic boost from them if companies are willing to explore and integrate the merits of both. Right/left-brain theories started with Roger Sperry, who won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1981 […]
Few imperatives are as important to a company’s bottom line as knowing how to keep sales executives motivated during lean times. Salespeople drive revenue, and their chunk of a company’s compensation plan reflects their indispensability. When margins and budgets are tight, keeping these front-liners fortified is essential if a company wants to stay profitable and […]