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Hi, I'm Sara. I'm a career coach.

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Are you at the point in your job/career where you just can't do it anymore and something needs to change?

I work with professionals in early to middle career who are unhappy in their jobs/careers. They’re are stressed out, overwhelmed, and exhausted (and maybe even getting sick from all the stress).

They know they need to do something to change their situation

But they don’t know how

Because they don’t know what they want

They feel like they don't have options. Or haven’t a clue what they would do instead - what kind of work would actually be fun and enjoyable. Or sometimes they have a vague idea, but are unsure about it all.

There’s a lot of confusion and 'I don’t knows'.

They’re conflicted, frustrated, disappointed asking, “Is this all there is? I worked so hard to get here, but it’s not what I thought it would be.” They’re wondering how to get from where they're at now to a life they enjoy.

They’re scared. But ready to explore making changes anyway. Because what are the options, really? This situation just isn’t sustainable.

If you’re thinking “Yes, this is me!” you’re in the right place.

This is one-on-one career coaching for you to:

Get clarity on what's going on inside of you and what you want 

Start taking steps towards change 

Get a handle on your stress 

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"Sara is doing what she's meant to be doing. I really believe that coaching is Sara's calling: she is a great listener and she is so full of life and love. That means she's great at helping me figure out what I'm meant to be doing - so that I can both make the most of my current job, and find what I want to be doing long-term and build a life full of joy and passion." - J.N. - Non-profit consultant - San Francisco