Welcome back to The On a Mission Podcast, where we are thrilled to be rejoined by Lisa Johnson, The Queen of Passive Income, returning for round two.
In the pursuit of financial freedom, Lisa stands as a beacon of authenticity amidst a landscape often clouded by scams and deceit. An award-winning business strategist, she guides individuals in crafting passive and semi-passive income streams, turning business dreams into reality. Lisa's journey from £30,000 in debt to multi seven-figure profits in under four years is a testament to her expertise.
In this episode, Lisa cuts through the usual fluff, offering a candid perspective on the coaching industry. She actively works towards reform, aiming to eliminate unqualified individuals exploiting those seeking a better life. With recent legal victories affirming her stance against slander and bullying, Lisa brings a refreshing honesty to the conversation.
But this episode goes beyond financial success. We explore all aspects of life and success from spirituality, health, balance, and societal challenges like the lost ability to respectfully disagree without animosity. We also discuss a pivotal moment in Lisa's life when she made a surprising decision regarding an invitation to Necker Island with Richard Branson and why life isn’t always as it seems on social media.
It’s real, it’s raw and it’s definitely unfiltered. You’re not going to want to miss this one!
"I believe the online space will kill itself if we're not careful, because there's so many dodgy things going on."
"Just because you're good at marketing and being an influencer online doesn't mean that you can just sell fluff and air."
"I wanted to prove to people that you can make a lot of money and not use any of these tactics."
"The best times in my life aren't when I'm on a stage or saying how amazing it is that I have a Sunday Times bestseller. They're when I'm with my mates and when I'm with my family, just doing really normal things."
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