Does this sound familiar? You have embarked on a journey to become a successful consultant, seeking inspiration and guidance to achieve personal fulfillment and success. But you’ve been told that the key to your dreams lies in following a specific formula or strategy that promises instant results. Yet, despite your efforts, you find yourself trapped in a cycle of disappointment and frustration, wondering why these actions haven’t brought you the desired outcome. The pain of investing time and energy into ineffective actions, only to see limited progress, can be disheartening. But fear not, as there is a more fulfilling and successful path to consulting, and it starts with Sara Bradford’s journey as a consultant.
My special guest is Sara Bradford
Sara Bradford, a highly accomplished consultant, joins us today as our guest. With her diverse skill set and expertise, Sara has established herself as a sought-after professional in the field. In addition to her consulting work, she is also a renowned speaker and author of children’s books. Notably, Sara is the founder of a non-profit organization, demonstrating her commitment to making a positive impact on her community. Through her personal experiences and reflections, Sara has gained valuable insights, particularly from her past failures in relationships. These experiences have led her to prioritize self-love and making more informed choices. Influenced by her father, a retired major general, and inspired by the works of thought leaders like Barry Prusant and Jack Canfield, Sara has developed a unique perspective that emphasizes the significance of effective communication and the transformative power of kindness. As the CEO of her consulting business and a dedicated wife and mother, Sara continues to inspire others with her professionalism, compassion, and unwavering dedication to her work.
I want people to feel safe when they know me, and I think that’s the ultimate gift you can give someone. – Sara Bradford
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