is a "soul guide" as Martha Beck would say; she is a helper at heart.
As such, she is a right person at the right time for those whose paths cross hers - who are searching for kind of help.
She only occasionally updates this site; website design/layout- not her thing. The best way to reach her is either find and DM her on social media, or send a contact request through this site.
Sarah comes alive through creating spaces where others step more fully into who they are and have deep growth, successes - where transformation happens.
Beyond transformation, she helps tactically with what may come next, out of this transformation - for them to try, do, or if they've made a change of some kind- to walk it out.
Below is a brief snapshot of who Sarah's clients are. She also founded a virtual community for women on a specific growth journey, Integrity + Impact. It opens 2-3x a year.
If you don't want to read more- if you scroll down to the video - that's 2-3 minutes of what someone else said, about Sarah's work, and will give you a good sense of who she is.
In her work with organizations, Sarah most often consults with decision-makers (+ interested org influencers) about internal / external people, processes, and meaningful application - for change. Sometimes, her work begins because there's a mismatch with someone in power at an org, or some kind of emergency or crisis - Sarah helps with assessing/coaching, and crisis management first when this is the case.
She also delivers customized trainings for orgs, and does keynote speaking.
In her coaching, Sarah guides people who:
are usually creatives, or artists (often, also ADHDer's)
either already are a solopreneur/small biz owner - or thinking starting a biz
care about leaving the world better + are kind people
want to discover what's possible and best for them + are at a point that they know this (work, part of their journey) is something that only they can do (are done looking out /around for answers - because they know on some level - they already have them)
are healing from or currently in a family or relationship situation that may toxic (or, it is, it's not a question)
are at a crossroads moment/season
Sarah is the author of one book so far, and she is writing again.
"So People Say You're an Asshole" - is a book for curious people who really don't get why others tell them they're an asshole - they seem to like it best.
It is also for those who love (or work with) an asshole.
Keep scrolling for a note from Sarah!
To get a feel for Sarah's approach and who she is, listen to her talk about difficult conversations in this interview on NPR.
I think we all get too many emails
A Note from Sarah - I hate getting excessive emails!
Specifically I cannot stand emails that are manipulative, contain fluff, are not authentic, and waste my time.
I have only sent a few emails to "my list" in the last few years, and only when I have important news.
So if you are thinking YES, I also think we get too many emails! And also yes, I do think I'd like hearing from her....
Well then, you know what to do below.