Lisa Sakai is a Financial Consultant who works with clients on Bucket List Acceleration and getting to live the life they want now.
As the co-founder of One Vision Retirement, she has been working with clients across the country for over 12 years. We, at Kuel Life, were introduced to Lisa through our Empowered Divorce Kuel Life Thought Leader, Beverly Price. This is a prime example of the Collective Power of Women – as we see our roster of Thought Leaders grow and expand – bringing our Community the wisdom, expertise, and advice we all desire and deserve.
Help Me Welcome Lisa Sakai:
KUELLIFE: What type of business do you own/run?
Lisa: Financial Planning and Investment Management.
KUELLIFE: What prompted you or drove you to become an entrepreneur? When?
Lisa: I actually didn’t choose to be a business owner. I thought “I can sell insurance” and didn’t realize the choice I was actually making. I was a teacher before and worked in Hollywood before that.
“People need to act to get financial security and growth and I sometimes can’t inspire them enough to get them out of their own way.”
KUELLIFE: What’s your biggest struggle?
Lisa: Creating urgency. People need to act to get financial security and growth and I sometimes can’t inspire them enough to get them out of their own way.
Good Education And Information:
KUELLIFE: What is your biggest fear as an entrepreneur? How do you work through it?
Lisa: Not making a big enough impact. I figure I keep putting out good education and information and maybe people are getting something from it that I don’t know.
KUELLIFE: How do you measure your success?
“if you have a big enough why and you know the result you want, you can get through all of the trials and tribulations”
Lisa: Am I happy and fulfilled.
KUELLIFE: Finally, what advice would you give other women about taking an entrepreneurial path?
Lisa: Think through the risk to reward. Owning your own business is tough but if you have a big enough why and you know the result you want, you can get through all of the trials and tribulations. If you are doing it for other people’s reasons or don’t really have a motivating why, it’s going to be a lot harder to get through the tough times because they will come.