Still wondering what you want to be when you grow up?

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  • 80% of all people don’t really know what they want to do when they grow up

  • Two-thirds of your fellow Americans are unhappy with their job

  • 15% of Americans actually hate their work


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If you’re planning your career transition and feeling stuck, know that’s normal.

We will work with you to find direction, (re)write your story, and go after it.


Launch Project works with career seekers in three different ways:

  CLarity kick start

CLarity kick start

During this two-month coaching program, we’ll work together to define your vision for the next stage of your career, set goals, develop action-oriented plans, and ensure all of your personal branding assets are in order. This engagement is perfect for you if you’re short on time and budget and motivated to kick you own butt into gear.

  Design your career

Design your career

During this six-month coaching program, we’ll transform the way you think about your career. Using design thinking, we’ll uncover the paths that are most fulfilling for you, build the confidence you need to go after what you want, and equip you with the strategies and brand assets to get you where you want to go.

  one hit wonders

one hit wonders

Sometimes you just need a little help from your friends… or coach. These one-hit wonder sessions give you the tools you need to move forward. Each session can be scheduled as needed to meet you just where you are in your search: building your resume, enhancing a LinkedIn profile, or preparing to crush an interview.


Ready to launch your next career move?


Brooke smith
I had an excellent coaching experience with Lisa. Her ability to connect values to professional goals and interests was incredibly helpful for me. Additionally, she has an amazing capacity to hear subtle, non-verbal cues over the phone. A sigh, excitement, or a pause are indicators many people don’t even recognize in person, but Lisa was able to identify over the phone important thoughts beyond just the words I was saying.
— Brooke Smith, Barry Callebaut Group