Are you living a productive life?

You feel pleased with your accomplishments, daily and over time. You see forward progress and feel satisfied that you’re on your way to achieving your goals and living the life you want.

You feel engaged with your work and spend your time on your stated priorities.

You don’t compare yourself to others. Your success is on your own terms, at your own pace. You stretch and grow according to your own measures.

Sure there are times when you meet resistance. You give yourself grace and reach out for support as needed.

Are you living a productive life? Let’s have a conversation and talk about what it would look like for you.


Productivity means you feel good about yourself and what you've accomplished.

What They Say

Liz systematically helps people build momentum behind their dreams and make them into realities. Think former clogged drain now running free.

There’s a calmness and an enthusiasm in her work that feels equally secure and inspirational.

I resisted asking for help. I kept taking classes to learn things. What I needed was YOU.

I highly recommend working with Liz to anyone who wants to dive deep into the journey of getting real about yourself from a place of self-worth and acceptance in order to tap to your own clarity about life and your amazing potential and talents!

Working with Liz led me to ground my sense of self-value and self-acceptance – which I consider to be the key elements of personal empowerment and well-being.

Her laser-sharp insights helped me tremendously in such areas as prioritizing important things in life, creating healthy boundaries from a place of authenticity and love, and finding out my own productivity style that goes against common conditioning.

Liz Sumner embodies a rare blend of analytic mind, insightful intuition about others, and empathetic heart. Liz has a great ability to cut through the noise and blinders to get to the core, and she does it with incredible grace and respect.

Meet Liz Sumner.

Liz works with women, 50+, who long to feel a sustained sense of accomplishment.