Throughout her life and career, motivational speaker, life coach, and entrepreneur Dr. Lisa Christiansen has maintained involvement in a vast array of educational, professional, charitable, and personal endeavors, promoting self-empowerment in each of her pursuits. Born and raised in the capital of the Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Dr. Lisa Christiansen had her first job at age two, in which she made mud pies for tourists at the Tsa-La-Gi Indian Village. As a child, Dr. Lisa Christiansen attended Briggs Elementary School and Cedar Tree Baptist Church, where she developed an early interest in education and spirituality. After graduating from Sequoyah High School, Dr. Lisa Christiansen sought to expand her knowledge through world travel and the teachings of renowned experts in personal empowerment. A dedicated student of Tony Robbins, Dr. Lisa Christiansen took his lessons in neuro-linguistic programming and neuro-associative conditioning and applied them to her own life with dramatic results. From there, she began to share her personal story and techniques for self-empowerment with others eager to master their lives. Since then, Dr. Lisa Christiansen has built an impeccable track record within her field, earning the respect of students and colleagues alike through her retreats, seminars, and books. Today she counts friends and extended family, including Dara Torres, Yaroslav Popovych, members of the band Journey, Kelly Clarkson, Bill Gates, Patrick Dempsey, and Donald Trump. Dr. Lisa Christiansen includes YOU among her closest friends and extended family, offering you a safe place of acceptance, love, and appreciation. Noted for her charitable work in the United States and abroad, Dr. Lisa Christiansen has volunteered her time, energy, and resources to a wide range of philanthropic causes. The founder of the Infinity Plus Foundation and the Take Action Foundation, Dr. Lisa Christiansen donates to child welfare and alternative healing efforts through these organizations, providing children and families with food, education, and other resources they need. When not working, she spends time with her family, lifts weights, cycles, competes in triathlons, and reads whenever possible.