213: Love The Skin You’re In With Lisa Siefert

Lisa Siefert is an online fitness coach for women romance writers and bloggers.  Her goal is to help women writers/bloggers Love The Skin You're In With Lisa Siefertto become the best they can be in fitness, their career and in life.  She also recently quit her job to pursue her dream of becoming a romance writer herself.

Lisa was adopted by Caucasian parents, it was difficult for her to love the skin she was in since she was ashamed of her own culture.  She felt to be beautiful, she had to be someone other than her culture.  In this episode, you will learn how Lisa was able to go from being ashamed of her cultural background to embracing her skin and cultural background.


Lisa Siefert is an online fitness coach for women romance writers and bloggers.

Cultural Background

Lisa is of Korean descent but was adopted by a Caucasian family.

Favorite Self Confidence Quote

The only person who can give you the security and life you want is you.

The only person who can give you the security and life you want is you.

Definition of Self Confidence

Being unique and standing out.

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

Lisa hated her own ethnicity. It’s something she couldn’t get away from but every day people are trying, which is why she thinks plastic surgery is so popular in Asia.

The “AHA” Moment

Global Travel for work: Prior to being promoted to GE’s Corporate Audit Staff, Lisa had pretty much spent her entire life in small towns, surrounded by people who felt the white, all-American look was beautiful. In fact, she only dated minorities: Hispanic and black because being minorities themselves, they never judged, never made fun of her and never compared her to white girls.

However, once she started traveling internationally, it was like she became a movie star overnight. There were men literally throwing themselves at her left and right. Suddenly, she was the most beautiful person in the room. She is definitely not advocating the need for external validation in order to confident but hearing another perspective did a lot to change the way she looked at herself. The slanted eyes she was always trying to make look more round and the long black hair that she was always coloring blond were now assets and special. She didn’t hate them anymore.

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Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Lisa is more confident and worries less about the way she looks.  She loves the skin she is in and is proud of her ethnicity.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

Stop wishing for all the things that you don’t have.

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