This week on Women STaRs, we are speaking with Sarah Paasch.
Sarah began her career as a hospital pharmacist in Nebraska before making a drastic career change to become a life coach and astrologer.
Join us as she shares her tale of self-discovery and awareness in having enough self-compassion to turn against societal norms and pursue her gifts. Pursuing a more authentic life, Sarah shares the importance of disappointing others in pursuit of following her calling.
Join us as Sarah shares how she embraces routine, embraces the little things (which add up to big things), and she stays connected to her self and others to make the greatest impact with her life and mission.
To learn more about Sarah, please visit: www.sarahpaasch.com, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow Sarah on Instagram at @sarah_paasch.
Thank you to our sponsor, On Technology Partners for their support, guidance, and ongoing encouragement.
“Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from poor judgment.”
“It's okay, and sometimes important, to disappoint others."
“I know how much more intimacy is actually created when we're not coming from that place of feeling like we have to live for everybody else.”
“When you think about triumphs in this journey… it's really the small ones that really add up, that really matter.”