Lisa Adams is a personal chef who specializes in drop offs, which means she cooks for her clients and drops food off for them to enjoy throughout the week. She also does catered events and has had the “good fortune” to cook for some well known people and created amazing long lasting relationships.
She writes the food blog All Good Things and has been featured in exciting media, including the Leonard lopate show here on WNYC.
Lisa is also a performer, so she’s familiar with the pull to and the sensation and fears around putting yourself out there.
In this interview, my dear friend Lisa honors me with this conversation about:
- How her business grew organically from some chance encounters after attending musical theater conservatory and nannying on the side
- The secrets for maintaining long term relationships with clients
- How referrals have propelled her to new opportunities
- Talking about what you do and the importance of being clear about what you can do for someone and what you stand for that sets you apart
- Finding the through-line of service in any aspect of her career, from her acting, singing, and dancing, to her cooking
- How she’s come into alignment by bridging show business and food by becoming a BRAND AMBASSADOR
- How she’s found her voice through writing her blog All Good Things, and how working with a writing mentor who can see her work from the outside has been helpful
Remember, you can get on my calendar for an Empowered Publicity Strategy Call by clicking here. We’ll talk about where you dream of taking your business in the next year, what’s holding you back from putting yourself out there, and we’ll design a blueprint to help you get out there in a way that feels exciting and actionable.
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