There are great authors that can teach us to become better people every step of the way, though they are very few and far between. Sarah Nadler is one of those very few. She inspires change in others, as she has done within her own life.
Channeling her struggles and experiences into humanitarian causes, Sarah has helped tens of thousands of individuals by pouring in more than a thousand hours of life coaching and consulting.
Sarah Nadler is an award-winning author, speaker, and consultant for small business owners. She is also the founder of BE Coaching, where she works with small business owners and provides guidance on how to achieve work/life balance through management and sales and marketing consulting. Sarah has helped others become stellar leaders within their respective industries for more than a decade now. She does this by transforming their approach to life and business and giving them advice that she has garnered through her life experiences.
As a consultant for one of the oldest and most prestigious consulting firms for private healthcare practitioners in the United States, she spearheaded the group’s collaboration with Rock for Human Rights to celebrate Black History Month. Nadler is a true-blue humanitarian at heart. She appeared twice on Sierra Leone Times for her work in bringing education to young girls in Africa and fought for their rights. Today, BE Coaching is always actively involved in charity work. Sarah is also a board member for the non-profit organization Girls Be Girls – Not Mothers and a sponsor of Youth for Human Rights International.
Among many things, Nadler is also a well-respected author in both the fields of fiction and non-fiction. Her award-winning non-fiction book called ‘Walking Past Expectations’ served as an instruction booklet based on her own life, experiences, and research. It used public relations and ancient Chinese wisdom to help battle the rumors, lies, and misconceptions. She’s currently working on her second non-fiction book called ‘Get Married, Stay Married.’
Nadler is an inspiring American humanitarian, weaving worlds that teach young children about the harsh realities of slavery and modern-day human trafficking through her fiction books. Her works, Space Patrol and Kingdom of Telidore, have been enjoyed by children and adults from all over the world, and she continues to inspire change through the artistic lens of her powerful fictions. She recently held a human rights workshop in commemoration of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Her works have the recurring theme of eradicating discrimination and the disapproval of others, which is such an important lesson for today’s society.
When she’s not busy helping other businesses thrive, or writing books that inspire generations, she practices what she preaches by applying the concept of work/life balance into her own life. She enjoys activities such as rock climbing, hiking, kayaking on the Sandy River, and long rides on the back of her husband, Ben Nadler’s motorcycle. She spends her leisure time reading or dancing, and she’s always up for a good time.
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