I’m excited to have Sarah Rose share her story with our audience today! Sarah was a successful entrepreneur who spent years as a stay at home mom.
After playing it small for many years, she said, “I don’t know about you but continuing to play it small, yet knowing you’re destined for more is a complete soul destroyer.”
Sarah Rose went from a depressed, struggling mom, to a successful business owner, speaking at events and inspiring others to turn their life around too! She has since helped hundreds of women change direction, give their lifestyle a makeover and earn the income they desire!
She’s also a published author and public speaker. Her passion is inspiring those with the ambition to chase their dreams!
Sarah Rose is living proof that anything is possible when you say yes to change and opportunities that come in your path and put your mind to it!
Below are some insights from Sarah Rose. Enjoy!
What is your personal definition of success?
Enjoying and being grateful for all you’ve got while working for all you want!
Can you share the steps you take daily to improve?
Having a personal growth and development system as part of your DMO is critical to success. Spending every spare moment learning, listening to podcasts, reading books, investing in mentors/coaches/programs to stay focused and keep reaching for the next best level of yourself so you can show up that way for your team and clients.
What is your advice for someone making an important decision?
Go all in. You’re not in this to give it a go. Burn all bridges behind you leaving yourself no way of retreat. Don’t question your decision, know you’re on the right path and your success is inevitable. You’ve been called here for a reason.
Tell me about a specific moment that set you on the path you’re on now?
Four years ago we hit a financial crisis we hadn’t planned for and we lost everything overnight. The loss was staggering, and going back to work from being a stay at home mom, a traditional 9-5 wasn’t going to cut it. My options were bleak with no recent resume and limited resources. Going self-made was the only way forward and it was either sink or swim.
If you could recommend one book for our audience, what would it be?
Tough call as I’m a book hoarder and am obsessed with personal growth and development. Anything by Jim Rohn.
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Which character traits do you value most?
Integrity. Do you show up when you say you’re going to show up as the best version of yourself and consistently? Are you playing full out? Are you truly coachable? Will you do whatever it takes? Do you take the words “try” and “I don’t know” out of your vocabulary? Are you in it to win it? Are you a show me don’t tell me kind of person? Then I want to work with you.
How do you push through tough times?
I don’t have a choice. My why is flipping huge. We are only here once and I want to never again be the mom that has to say no we can’t afford it to my daughter. And I want to give others light that there is a way out for them too.
What inspires you?
Travel, books, friends, podcasts about manifestation, yoga, and all things Law of attraction.
How do you manage and prioritize opportunities?
Go with your gut, intuition is never wrong. Opportunities are all around us, you’ll know the ones to say yes to when you keep an open mind.
What advice would you give to your 18-year-old self?
Get serious, start your business now, don’t mess around in your 20s to find yourself. Build your brand now and spend the rest of your life enjoying life on your own terms.