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Exclusive Interview With Lisa Lukretia Fischer – Mindset & Resilience Coach

Lisa Lukretia Fischer is a certified professional coach who helps female entrepreneurs build a holistic framework for emotional resilience, mental focus, and improved productivity to succeed in business.

Having grown from her own serious health issues, physical and psychological trauma, she is now deeply passionate about the importance of wellbeing and resilience. With this awareness, she loves providing the space and structure to develop the former with the aim of bringing entrepreneurial desires to fruition.

Pulling from her background as an environmental engineer, trainer in competitive sports, a teacher at inclusive schools, and yoga instructor, she combines aspects of high performance, intermittent relaxation, and loving acceptance into her coaching philosophy.

Lisa holds degrees as Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner, COR.E Dynamics Wellbeing Specialist, and Hatha Yoga Instructor (RYT200).

Outside of her professional endeavors, she thoroughly enjoys reading books and dancing salsa.

Lisa Lukretia Fischer, Mindset & Resilience Coach

Introduce yourself! Please tell us about you and your life, so we can get to know you better.

Hi, I am Lisa. I sometimes find it hard to describe myself. I am quite a free spirit and strive to have fun in life and explore, hence I always have a ton of interesting projects going on. Various people that know me call me different things, from weird to social butterfly to quite extreme to funny. I am probable the most lazy, hyperactive, perfectionistic procrastinator you have ever met. Sometimes depressed, mostly cheerful, can be quite weird in the head and sometimes overly optimistic. So, I guess I am multifaceted. In terms of labels and titles, I have collected a couple over the years, from polyglot, circus kid, to yogi, engineer/scientist to professional life and leadership coach and author. However, I don’t really think that all these define me. I am just me; I feel quite normal most of the time. What is normal anyways? I only have my perspective. So, most things I do on a regular basis I am quite passionate about. For example, I love reading, talking, questioning, playing with ideas, writing, dancing (ooooh, absolutely dancing), travelling and learning. I would even go as far as saying I don’t really know what boredom is. I might be quite driven.

Originally, I am from a small village in Lower Franconia, after moving about 10 times in 10 years to different countries and cities for university and work, I am now creating my home in Berlin – the city of entrepreneurs. Which is what I am currently growing into – my big new project. Apart from this business side, I love volunteering my time. I help out a lot in managing dance festivals, I sometimes teach yoga, I still work as an engineer, I love going on long walks in nature and I am still learning Arabic with Duolingo for fun (took about 2 years to get comfy with the alphabet).

What kind of audience do you target your business towards?

New or aspiring entrepreneurs because that I can best relate to them personally. I deeply understand their struggles, the comparison, the overthinking, the self-doubts, the perfectionism, the pressure, the anxieties and all else that can come with building a business (because I am still one of them). But moreover, it is just my favourite group of people to work with. They are just so much fun to talk to. So smart, insightful, ambitious and impact oriented. It mirrors a lot of my current values. Also, on a larger scale I believe that with the great reset of the pandemic, the future of business is based more on freelancers and smaller businesses (using machines, and A.I. for repetitive, non-creative tasks). So, I love enabling people to come into self-employment. It just gives a lot of flexibility, and sovereignty. And I am convinced that the world is moving away from fear-based security thinking towards more freedom, more autonomy, more options, and accepting and adapting more quickly to (sometimes radical) change.

What would you like to achieve for yourself and your business in the future?

Financial freedom to be honest. Having the business at a level where I can have a couple of employees, have it fully remote, work only 20 hours a week while serving as many clients in the best way possible. Personally, I’d love to continue up levelling my dancing game, travelling some more, offering yoga and dance retreats, and starting to make music again. Invest in other businesses, learn a couple more languages and maybe get into somethings artsy or crafty like painting. I’d also love to publish more books. In the long run, I obviously also see myself getting married and having kids (yeah, this is my traditional upbringing showing up :D). Who inspires you to be the best that you can be?

Various people I’d say. The late Thich Nhat Hanh, Obama, Ghandhi, but mostly my parents. They are such wonderful, selfless people who afforded us kids so much – I am deeply grateful for that and still strive to be as kind and loving as them. Furthermore, I truly believe that every person we meet is our student and our teacher. So, I regularly get inspired by random little interactions in daily life. We just got to be aware of it.

What is your work inspired by?

Actually, I got into this because of Tony Robbins, I love what he does. I found his book when I was at a very deep point in my early twenties and his approach to mindset, behaviour change and living deeply moved me. As a human, he is truly extraordinary, he touches so many lives on a daily basis and created such a global movement towards making it easier for people to change themselves and live life more on their own terms. I admire that. I mean he basically created the entire industry. That is fascinating. His focus is sooo much on serving others it is incredible, all the while he is very humble. My current approach to coaching is very mixed with yoga philosophy, with breathwork, movement and meditation. My various yoga teachers inspired me a lot with their pleasantness, their joy, their ease and calmness with which they go through life.

If you could change one thing about your industry, what would it be and why?

This whole marketing-scheme of “I know what you need, let me help you, let me give you the solution”. We are not teachers or knights in shining armour. I don’t have your solution and you don’t need my help or saving. You are the expert in your life, and I am very sure you have all the answers. You just haven’t looked in the right place if you are still struggling with something. That is exactly what I am here for, the process of making your life the coolest it’s ever been. To raise awareness of what you are doing, who you are being, what your main thoughts and emotions are. And then it is a collaborative thought-provoking process to change, enhance or stop some behaviours. To define what success and optimal living actually mean to you, to create your own solutions and have the courage to forge your own path. It really bothers me when some so-called gurus only tell you that their way is the right way. Nah, why would you or anyone ever follow exactly someone else’s footsteps?

That sounds like such a boring life, recreating the same old same old. Where is the excitement in that? Coaching is about showing up and playing an active part in your own evolution. So, in the famous words of Mary Oliver: “What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

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