After helping corporate giants like Pfizer and Hewlett-Packard generate
millions in sales and small personal development companies quickly grow their annual revenue from six to seven figures, Lisa Sasevich was fired from her dream job the night before Christmas Eve. With a husband in medical school and two toddlers at home, it was devastating.
After some soul-searching, the “Queen of Sales Conversion” decided it
was time to parlay her talents into her own profits—and to help others do the
same. She started a home-based business with nothing more than her phone, her laptop, and the stolen hours of the night after her kids were tucked into bed.
A few short years and over $40 million in sales later, Lisa has helped over
15,000 clients in 134 countries earn more by doing what they love, all without
being pushy or sales-y. Lisa’s company, The Invisible Close™, has been honored to be in the Inc. 500 and named one of Inc. magazine’s fastest growing privately held companies two years in a row, (#20 in woman-owned businesses).
Her mission: To help people make the difference they know they were put
here to make, and to make great money doing it. Lisa lives in San Diego, where she loves seeing her now-teenage son Elijah and daughter Sierra enjoy new, life-expanding experiences (as long as she picks them out and
closely supervises). Connect with her at www.LisaSasevich.com .