Sarah is a Certified Enneagram Coach, host of the Enneagram MBA podcast, speaker, workshop facilitator, boy mom, bookstore connoisseur, and marathon runner.

With over 13+ years in relationship and business building roles working with government agencies and companies like the US EPA, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, MINDBODY, and adidas Outdoor, small business owners and large organizations hire Sarah to help them use the Enneagram to develop confident, empathetic, and emotionally intelligent leaders with powerful, productive, and happy teams.


A Different Way to Succeed. 

Taking in or giving advice without understanding the stories and motives behind what you, and others, think and do is like applying the same nutrition and workout advice to everyone. It rarely works because everyone is different - different body types, different family history, different access, different goals.

Same goes for professional and personal development.

Rather than...

  • wonder, "What's wrong with me?"
  • or maybe rather, "What's wrong with everyone?" 
  • take in or give generic advice to be more confident, more assertive, less abrasive, more passionate, less emotional
  • attempt to use unhelpful motivation like, "if I can do it so can you, so can you!" 

...it's time to start studying yourself, your impact on others, and how others are seeing the world differently than you - your clients, your team, your personal relationships, and even strangers in the coffee shop line. 

Talk About Working Together

"The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don't tell you what to see."

- Alexandra K. Trenfor

My Approach to the Enneagram

We take the work seriously, but not ourselves.

Taking an honest look at yourself can be uncomfortable and at times, cringy. What you go through to see and accept all parts of you, and your impact on others, is hard work. That's why it's important to me that what you take away from this deep work is useful, actionable and along the way you're having a little fun.

The Enneagram can be a complex model to get your head around at first, but expect to learn in an unprestigious way with pop culture examples, humor, and relevant analogies. What we do together will never be to shame you, attempt to fix you, or make you wrong (or anyone else), but rather to see all of you and understand how to use your strategies to support you vs. thwart you at home and work. 

Bring Sarah in to Speak at Your Next Event

"You have spent years studying other people - presidents, authors, athletes, artists. It's time to start the life long journey of studying yourself. "

Are we a match?

Share with me about what you're looking for and learn about the opportunities to work together at your next event or team meeting!

The Enneagram of Personality: An Overview

The Enneagram (pronounced "ANY-uh-gram") is a model for identifying nine distinct personality types, the narratives running in the background, the root motives for each, their related strategies for surviving in the world, and it charts a specific path for personal growth and performance improvement for each type.

Below you'll find a brief description of the nine Enneagram types that identifies their core driver, striving to be, and their core fear, striving not to be

Type One: Striving to be perfect and work hard not to be irresponsible or careless

Type Two: Striving to be connected to others and work hard not to be physically or emotionally isolated.

Type Three: Striving to be outstanding and work hard to be mediocre or average

Type Four: Striving to be unique and work hard not to be plain, typical, or mundane

Type Five: Striving to be detached and work hard not to be reckless, emotional, or reliant on others

Type Six: Striving to be secure and work hard not to let their guard down and be unprepared

Type Seven: Striving to be excited and word hard not to be bored or boring

Type Eight: Striving to be powerful and work hard to not be vulnerable or weak

Type Nine: Striving to be peaceful and word hard not be bring attention to themselves or their needs 

*one of my favorite Enneagram teachers is Mario Sikora who is credited with this breakdown of the types


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