Lisa Adams | Career Coach

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      Lisa Adams, founder of Fresh Air Careers, is driven to help professionals eliminate career confusion. She is a certified career management coach, certified job search strategist, speaker, and preferred expert on CAREEREALISM.com and CareerHMO.com. She leverages her 20 years of senior management, sales, business development and human resources experience to provide the best possible resources and experience to her clients. Lisa is passionate about encouraging and empowering her clients to take charge of their careers and to find a fit that drives them to succeed.

Want me as your personal career coach?

If you're ready to take your career into your own hands but need some extra guidance, I can help. Get email coaching for only $99/month (cancel anytime). Or, get a 30-minute coaching call for $99. Coaching services:
  • Resume reviews
  • Cover letter reviews
  • LinkedIn reviews
  • Interview prep support
  • Job search support
  • Career development support
  • Motivational support
  • General Q&A via email
(P.S. Not ready for coaching? Check out Work It Daily's career course offerings!)  
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