SarahWalton-speaker,author, business mentor
SarahWalton-speaker, author, business mentor

Hey there amazing woman who's aching for more. You're in the right place.

My name is Sarah Walton and I’m an author, speaker and business mentor.

My job is to help you get what you want out of your business and your life.

I know you’re ready for more, or you wouldn't be here.

You’re tired of being told what’s possible, you’re ready to take control and you know you deserve more, but you’re not sure how to get there.

I get it. I’ve been stuck watching other women do what they love. They all seemed so happy and put together and I felt lost and weird.

I felt like I was wasting my life being “fine” but definitely not fulfilled. I loved the people I worked with, I was exceptional at my job, but I ached to be free.

Through years trial and error, I finally figured out how to put my strengths together, listen to my intuition and create a brand new career that makes me the money I want.

A career that gives me the freedom to get manicures at noon, teach my clients how to make more money and make a huge impact on the issues that matter to me.

All while surprising my husband with the mortgage payment or a fun family vacation.

No one should struggle as much as I did to figure this out. It was brutal.

The pressure to launch and make money quickly was intense. I get it. I promise.

You don’t want to go back to that job you hate because your new business isn’t making money, and you’re starting to feel desperate.

That’s why I’m here. This is why I do what I do. Your life is about to change.

I was raised in a little town called Sandy Utah, right outside of Salt Lake City.

I really liked my hometown, but I needed just a little bit more hustle and bustle. So I moved to Los Angeles and graduated from UCLA. After college, I moved to France, where I stayed for a little over a year.

When I came back to the states, I moved to New York City. It had stolen my heart when I came to visit at the age of 12. I always knew it was where I’d end up.

I started out as a temp, having no idea what I wanted to do when I grew up (you see? It’s a real theme in my life!). I temped at a bank, then I was hired by that bank to sit on the help desk for technical support where I learned how to build websites, design in photoshop, and well, be a “grown up”.

I left that job to go to Lifetime Television's New Media department. From there I left to for a small start up where I worked hand-in-hand with Marianne Williamson on her community site and digital offering, The Miracle Matrix.

From there I went to iVillage, and then IAC where I managed a P&L worth hundreds of millions of dollars, managed a gorgeous team of people and even had a ficus tree in my office.

I remember that tree well, because it was when I was staring at it one day in my office that I knew I had to leave.

I missed my children, I was never home and my work, while sometimes fun, didn’t hold any meaning for me. It was time to take a risk.

I started with the online magazine Better Way Moms, and speaking about the importance of life/self balance. Then I wrote my first book, Redefining Success.

After the book launched, I started traveling with the Redefining Success Event, which are evening events I host around the country with panelists of successful women telling the truth about what it really takes to succeed and how important it is that we define success for ourselves.

I also speak for corporations, conferences, small business events and women’s groups.

All of this has lead me to today, where I offer:

Most of the women I meet have had dreams of being, doing or having something other than what they have today. For that, I have four words: Life. Is. Too. Short.

No one ever wishes they'd spent more time at the office.

No one ever pines for the good old days of doing work that didn’t inspire them.

And yes, I get that we’re incredibly privileged to even get to have conversations like these. 

But I also believe that because we get to have conversations like these, we have an obligation to fulfill on our talents and dreams.



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