Single Mom Planning Session

People don't plan to fail, they fail to plan. ~Harvey McKay


One of the hallmarks of success is the ability to create and execute a plan.  And not just any plan, but a plan that easily fits into your life, AND gets you where you want to go.  

The more you have to accomplish, the more pivotal it is that you have the right plan.  The right single mom plan is one that is easy to create, easy to implement, and is based on what is really important to you.

Let's face it, few people on the planet have more to accomplish than single moms! Single moms are super busy, have to make a lot of decisions on their own and often very quickly, and carry the full weight of providing and caring for others.  If that's not a scenario that screams for a master plan I don't know what is!

If you're feeling overwhelmed about now, don't.  It's not as hard, scary, or burdensome to create your very own Single Mom Master Plan as you might think.  In fact, I'm happy to show you exactly how!


Just fill out the form below (it helps me to be efficient with your time), and we'll get started!

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
First Name*
Last Name*
E-Mail Address*
Home Phone*
How did you hear about Sara?*
What is your most urgent challenge as a single mom?*
What have you done so far to invest in solving this problem?
For example: Have you invested in a mentor or therapist, taken a class, read a book?*
What was your experience from these investments?*
Where would you like to see your family in 12 months?*
On a scale of 1 - 10, how urgent is it to create the life you want?*


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