If you’re searching for a guest speaker with a message of motivation and optimism, who knows how to energize, engage and entertain your organization, Lisa Bien is the right choice. I have known and worked with Lisa for many years on the program she hosts for Temple University Television and can tell you that she is authentic in her mission to inspire people to live their best lives.
General Manager of TUTV, Temple University Television
“Authentic, informative and optimistic! Lisa Bien livens up our morning show with her motivational segments. Her segment ideas are always timely and unique. Lisa’s quick wit, charisma and infectious laugh makes her outshine other guests. She is a fan favorite and one of my favorite contributors!”
There are so many words that come to mind when I think of Lisa but I think the first is REAL. Lisa just has that knack for connecting with people. She inspires and motivates all while talking on a level that clicks with our viewers. She’s a burst of energy our entire team looks forward to each time she joins us on our morning show.
Executive Producer, PHL17 Morning News
She recounts her life experiences with raw honesty and shares her pains and joys with no holds barred, because her mission and hope is to be a catalyst for positive change for anyone struggling to figure out who they are, what they want out of life and how they can get there. This book is not good enough….it’s GREAT!
We so seldom step back from the canvas of our lives to observe, feel, evaluate and assess what we have thus far created for ourselves. We are so afraid to erase the parts we have come to dislike, resent and suffer through, for fear of “rocking the boat” or failure. But when a woman like Lisa Bien writes a book like this, and puts your own brush back into your own hand once and for all, it is irresistible to not only ask “What if?” but to start imagining, sketching, and creating the life you want, all over again.
Lisa teaches us that self-love is the landscape upon and before which our lives and the best versions of ourselves are built. When she encourages us to bounce back, she reminds us that our lives are always and continually ours to claim – at any age, at any phase, and with all our unique and vibrant colors. Thank you, Lisa, for pioneering this message; may it always serve as a testament to the human will and the very best life still to come.