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Do you ever feel you can't be your true self at work? Only using half of your brain?  Holding back your sense of humor? Beyond the Legal Lens is a podcast about finding your authentic self in the workplace. It's inspired by the late Frederick Busch, a Professor of Literature at Colgate University, who emphasized identifying through whose lens are we looking while reading a story?  Are we ourselves or trying to be what we think the world wants us to be?

I'm Emily Witt.  Join me as I dive into conversations about how people can show their true colors in a professional setting. This can lead to success and fulfillment.  Each guest offers tips about how to thrive by bringing the most important person in their lives to the office.

Nov 9, 2021

Lisa Caprelli grew up with humble beginnings in the sun city of El Paso, Texas. She is proud of her Latin roots and culture and happy to have realized her dream of living near the ocean today in Huntington Beach, California.  Lisa is a speaker, songwriter and an award-winning author of the unicorn book series, Unicorn Jazz. ™.  Unicorn Jazz series offers social emotional learning (empathy, kindness, love, belonging, believing in others, feelings and more).  She is an author of 17 books., and has produced music videos for kids. Lisa is the producer and director of Unicorn Jazz Presents The Thing I Do - a family show on Amazon TV Her quest for studying human behavior and teaching is seen in her author visits, school visits, with kids, parents, educators. She believes in community outreach and volunteers with local children's hospitals and non-profits to share books, stories, songs and activities to help others. Lisa's ambitious and multi-faceted perspective inspires people all around her to live a life of purpose.  As a writer, educator and leader she is called upon for storytelling while fostering perseverance, imagination and inspiration. She enjoys teaching young minds the power of possibilities be it: elementary schools, teens, educators, parents, counselors, librarians and more.