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In Other Exciting News...
Shifting Journeys is Sarah's signature free 90-minute workshop designed for curious and intentional humans seeking clarity inside a season of deeper change. (pdf flyer here)
The last workshops this year happen:
Wednesday December 7, 2:30-4:00 PM ET - register here.*
Monday December 12, 3:30-5:00 PM ET - register here.*
Tuesday December 13, 5:00-6:30 PM ET - register here.*
Thursday December 15, 7:00-8:30 PM ET - register here.*

*Good to know:
One or two days ahead of time attendees are sent an email with worksheets and important info re the workshop. 



Summer 2022, Sarah ventured around much of the US for a couple months with her dog Hazel. She set out on this journey primarily to talk with people she met randomly along the way, to do informal research into how people around the US are doing.
At some point soon(ish), related to this trip, her work, and other things happening - she's launching a podcast. 

Sarah was on a social media hiat
us for years recently. In her work during this time, she focused more on crisis management coaching and consulting, virtual community-building, and coaching.
She also - like a lot of people - burned out on a few occasions, and came around to a much clearer, deeper and more focused purposeful path in her work and life paths. Now she's more around on the socials again too.


Sarah opened up about her life's journey on the podcast Dreams ARE Real - "A Life's Journey Learning How Not to Be an Asshole" is on Apple, Stitcher, Spotify, iHeartRADIO, TuneIn, and many more platforms.
 
Sarah's Talk @ Google about defensive communication came out not long before the pandemic. She recommends if this seems like it'd be helpful for you -- watching it with an open heart (and your partner, if possible).

Sarah's book about assholes was secured as a prop for the CBS TV show Tommy, starring Edie Falco, in 2019.
Tommy premiered February 6, 2020 and was canceled after one season - Sarah's book appeared in the original trailer and was to be used in the pilot, initially, however they recast the character of the mayor and did not end up using it.
Sarah still enjoyed her brief glimpse into the world of props and filming of TV shows though (and... Edie Falco held her book!) :)


Sarah co-leads the state of Michigan with David Joseph (Southfield) and Teresa Getman (South Haven), for the US-based and focused political nonprofit, Braver Angels. She's more in the background these days, helping to strategically and practically guide and support the efforts underway in Michigan.

 
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