Lisa Dalton    coach. speaker. author.

All of our relationships require time, attention and nurturing. They require commitment to others, but also to ourselves. At the heart of all healthy relationships is true acceptance. Problems start when people try to change one another or be someone they're not. Being true to yourself, by setting healthy boundaries and expectations, will create more meaningful connections. You can have the beautiful partnership you've always wanted . . . let's talk.

Whether you are a single executive, a married entrepreneur or a middle-aged divorcee seeking love, the path to a satisfying and meaningful life lies in living true.  Only when you are true to yourself can you share deeply with others and do the work you long to do. Living true is at the heart of feeling complete and joyful. Join me on a journey to find out how you can show up with the True You in every aspect of your life, your work and your relationships.

Your relationships

Let's face it, we all have to make a living. If you're lucky, at a young age you know what your passion is and you pursue it. Yet, many fall into career choices that can lead to feeling trapped. That book or business idea inside of you can lay dormant for a lifetime. If your paycheck is arriving at the expense of living true to yourselfand you know there is a path you would much rather be on to bring your gifts to the world . . . let's talk.

If when you wake up in the morning there is a sense of wonder for what your day will bring you will have infinitely more energy to carry into it. Living true means you focus your energy on what matters most and give little or no energy to the hassles that bring you down. In the end, your results come down to the choices you make. If you feel like something is missing, that you can't quite put your finger on, or you don't feel passionate and excited about your life . . . let's talk.

Your work

Your Life