Jul 12, 2019
On today’s episode of the #SPOHNTRAINED Personal Development podcast, Nick is interviewing Lisa Leiberman-Wang. Lisa is a bestselling author, TEDx Speaker, Founder of Neural Associative Programming and is a Tony Robbins Senior Leader. Lisa has a fantastic story of overcoming perfectionism and learning how to live her best life.
Have you ever asked yourself the question, “what’s wrong with me?” On some level, we all have. Lisa grew up in a middle-class family with stringent rules. Her mother owned two businesses, so she was never home, and her father meant well, but caused a lot of grief in her life. As a nine-year-old, Lisa had to clean the house from top to bottom and pass the white glove test before she was allowed to go outside and play with her friends. Her dad also had a nickname for her “AH,” - which stood for “Asshole.”
Lisa then struggled as a young adult to find her footing in life. She was date-raped as a 16-year-old and suffered from bulimia and ulcers for years. She was hospitalized for weeks at a time - at one point she couldn’t even keep water down.
One day, of all people, her chiropractor told her she should go to one of Tony Robbins Events. Like all good perfectionists, this began her massive journey of personal development, but ultimately, it’s what has supported her in becoming the person she is today.
Now Lisa has a Best Selling Book called FINE to FAB (which is an acronym too) is about how to reprogram our destructive beliefs and to be able to install some better-operating systems. She took her million dollars she spent in personal development and turned it into a best selling book to help people all around the world transform their lives.
Her victory story is such a thrill to listen to. We can’t wait to hear what you think!