Meet Lori Isachsen
Seeing as you are coming to me and I will inevitably end up picking your brain, it is only fair that you get to know a little about me as well. I plan, manage, build, and implement funnels. I help online coaches navigate ways of working and thinking about the flow and connection with their leads and clients. Reducing their business stress, frustration and overwhelm and replacing it with focus, clarity to make decisions and ultimately find the solutions that are right for them.
I am a self-driven, analytical, and tenacious individual. My passion to help others has always been present in my life from working as a manager in the restaurant industry to the corporate world as an executive assistant, accountant, and project management, along with owning a few businesses along the way. As the demands from my own family grew including care giving to my parents, my time was getting stretched to the limit, my scheduler was always over filled and I was burning out! I knew I needed to shift from the hamster wheel of working for someone else to being my own boss.
So, I started by following the top coaches in the industry, purchasing programs and courses, studying, learning, and then ultimately hired myself a coach. My direction and plans took shape and Online Expert Rescue was born, over a decade ago.
This was the best decision I ever made to achieve balance with my working life, flexibility to care and support those around me and joy doing something that involved helping others make a difference.
Now, I absolutely love sharing my knowledge and experience as a funnel expert helping clients to improve their customer flows, be more productive and grow their business
I live in Kelowna, British Columbia with my husband, my two sons and my granddaughter. A busy household… albeit messy at times, sometimes a bit too noisy but always full of love and laughter. I’m always learning – from new or updated software, coaches, speakers and I love sharing what I discover along the way. I enjoy growing flowers and vegetables, although it’s been a slow road since I have a brown thumb, but I’m working on turning it into a green thumb. Being in wine country, I enjoy an occasional glass of wine and trying new ones from our local wineries. During the winter months, you’ll find me working on my crochet skills (my mom was very skilled that way and taught me a few years back) or watching movies with the family and in the summer months, it’s picking fresh fruit from the multiple orchards or going to beach at any number of the lakes in the region.