Do you have a personal brand? Are you “showing up” in a way that enables you to project your unique inner truth? In this podcast, Lisa Fischer of Lisa Fischer Styling shines some light on how the process of establishing a personal brand is a courageous act of self-care.
I’ve always believed that how we look on the outside reflects how we feel on the inside (and vice versa). But I must admit, as an introvert I sometimes like to hide behind neutral colors. Sometimes I kind of like feeling feel invisible.
But on the other hand, I’m not my best self when I’m invisible. And hiding certainly doesn’t put me in a position to use my strengths to bring something of value to the world.
In her consulting practice, Lisa uses style words to help guide her clients toward developing a personal brand. “Wardrobe is a tool,” she explains. “We use it to bring our best self forward.”
A common struggle that many of her clients face in the beginning is (you probably guessed it): getting rid of the crap that no longer serves them. I, for one, have a whole lot of crap shoved in the back of my own closet.
I think you’ll find this interview both encouraging and motivating. Lisa’s wise words of wisdom urge us to stop judging one another and focus on our assets. My biggest takeaway from this interview?
“Don’t put yourself off.”
It’s so easy to do, especially for those of us who tend to get immersed in projects to the point that we forget to care for ourselves.
Lisa offers a number of packages that are designed to fit your needs wherever you happen to be in your style journey. A great place to start is to schedule a complimentary 30-minute Discovery Style Assessment.