Managing Life Transitions
What happens when life transitions occur and what was working, suddenly stops working? What if you ask yourself, even though I am good at this work or career, do I really enjoy doing it?
These are a few of the types of questions that Lisa Mallis has asked herself and her clients on her own life transition journey from being a high school math teacher to a coach focused on time management.
Lisa shares her insights on how she helps empower business owners and parents to create a life where you focus on the most important tasks every day, leverage your time, and work less. A concept rooted in the expression, learn how to work smarter, not harder.
Developing a framework that makes sense for your life begins with identifying your strengths. This is where Lisa comes in as both a life coach and consultant. Lisa talks about various tools that she utilizes, such as DiSC® assessments that can help you learn how to communicate and prioritize, so you are not rushing from one fire to the next.
As Lisa says, “Life is for living – and the big picture goal is to be able to spend less time doing what you have to do, and more time doing what you want to do!” Life transitions can be tough, but utilizing Lisa’s advice, you can design the life that you really want.
Please enjoy my conversation with Lisa Mallis.