The Remote Pathways Podcast

EP31 Taking Stock of Opportunities | Guest: Lisa Hoashi

February 17, 2021 Jennifer Britton and Michelle Mullins Season 2 Episode 31
The Remote Pathways Podcast
EP31 Taking Stock of Opportunities | Guest: Lisa Hoashi
Show Notes

In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we are joined by our guest, Lisa Hoashi,  to explore the topic of taking stock of opportunities.  Lisa Hoashi is an ICF-certified coach whose mission is to help people connect their work with their larger purpose in life so they experience greater joy, fulfillment and impact.

In this episode we explore:

  • Lisa's fabulous remote working story
  • The power of networking online
  • Being curious and inviting others to join you
  • Trends and tips for connecting in a more deep and meaningful way
  • Exploring fun co-working spaces

Connect with Lisa:
Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Lisa Hoashi!

Episode Download:
There's Opportunity In Crisis

Episode Question:

What opportunities do you have in this season?


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