Today’s guest, Lisa Haisha, is a life coach, author, transformational speaker, TV host (hosting two TV shows on Amazon), and avid traveler. Soul Blazing, her fascination with people, has taken her to over 60 countries, where she has conducted workshops in everything from boardrooms to yurts helping people Make Shift Happen in their lives.
Today she discusses her book SoulBlazing: Transform Your Imposters into Superpowers and Live a More Purposeful, Authentic Life Soul Blazing her fascination with people has taken her to over 60 countries, where she has conducted workshops in everything from boardrooms to yurts helping people Make Shift Happen in their lives. Lisa journeyed solo around the world…she visited over fifteen orphanages (Israel, China, Australia, Macau, etc.) over a five-year period starting in Iraq (her father’s homeland) during the Gulf War in 1997. She interacted with the children in heart-to-heart interviews, hoping to gain insight into their thoughts and feelings to understand better their country and what it was like living there. She asked them three magical questions that turned into a best-selling book. During this journey, Lisa found her purpose and became inspired to give back in a larger way which set her on her path of motivating and encouraging others to find their way! Once back in Los Angeles, Lisa felt compelled to go back to school to get a master’s in Spiritual Psychology in Los Angeles. Lisa created SOULBLAZING – during an intense confrontation with a female prisoner during one of her prison visits doing community service. Hence, SoulBlazing was born! For more information, go to www.whispersfromchildrensheart.org.
Our second guest is Michael Letts, a pro-police advocate who serves as founder and CEO of InVest USA, a national grassroots non-profit organization helping hundreds of communities provide thousands of bulletproof vests for their police forces through education, public relations, sponsorship, and fundraising programs. Michael’s topic today: Indiana’s Good Samaritan Ending to Active Shooter Event Could Lead To a New Beginning For Concealed-Carry Effectiveness.
A tragic event unfolded in Indiana recently, with a shooting at a mall resulting in the loss of three lives. However, it could’ve been much worse had it not been for the actions of a good Samaritan legally carrying a firearm. After killing three and injuring several others, the gunman fell at the feet of a 22-year-old civilian brandishing a firearm, utilizing it for protection. Greenwood Police Department Chief Jim Ison praised the hero-with-a-gun, stating, “The real hero of the day is the citizen who was lawfully carrying a firearm in that food court and was able to stop the shooter almost as soon as he began.” With the growing number of active shootings, events could indicate that privately-armed citizens utilizing concealed carry could provide an answer to slowing the death count. For more information on Michael, go to his website at InVest USA