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LISTEN, SEE, AND SERVE –
THIS IS HOW WE POWERFULLY LEAD.

Love is the most powerful force in work and life. Love is how I break free and become me. This is true for all of us. But we ignore it, isolate, and discard it instead of lassoing and utilizing love’s capacity. Love is a maxim and a mandate. It is the work of warriors in courtrooms, boardrooms, and family rooms.

I married my prom date and love him, still. We journey together through raising four kids, dancing in the kitchen, work, and joys while facing illness, distractions, doubt, exhaustion, and wonder. Our goal is for those four beauties to know they are so loved, wonderfully made, and called to carry.

Most of us are in need of a gracious welcome more than an onslaught of advice. As the child of a bridge-builder, civil rights leader, and purveyor of oatmeal cookies and laughter, my father taught me life is more than running our race, it was how to handle the inevitable falls and crushing tumbles. Strength is not only in the act of getting up, but in helping others restore their race and pace. Together, we can achieve long savored dreams and conquer mountainous obstacles by growing in grit, grace, hope, and love.

Let’s begin and wonderfully become.

“The Bravest Thing We Do Is Choosing To Love And Let Light In.”

Through a captivating collection of moving, funny, and reassuring essays, Sarah Crossman Sullivan shows us how to vibrantly revive. In her new book, Beautifully Broken & Astoundingly Whole, this employment lawyer and former prosecutor boldly shares how love is our call for life. Sarah unlocks our courage, teaches us how to build bridges and overcome, and demonstrates love’s revolutionary power in the ordinary, absurd, and profound.
“Sarah is a mighty, inspiring leader who shines a beautiful and transparent light.  Her storytelling in person and in print are unique and exceptional. She ignites dreams and brilliantly motivates teams.” –  Paula Fisher, former Director of Human Resources at The Ritz Carlton Company  

“The Bravest Thing We Do Is Choosing To Love And Let Light In.”

Through a captivating collection of moving, funny, and reassuring essays, Sarah Crossman Sullivan shows us how to vibrantly revive. In her new book, Beautifully Broken & Astoundingly Whole, this employment lawyer and former prosecutor boldly shares how love is our call for life. Sarah unlocks our courage, teaches us how to build bridges and overcome, and demonstrates love’s revolutionary power in the ordinary, absurd, and profound.
“Sarah is a mighty, inspiring leader who shines a beautiful and transparent light.  Her storytelling in person and in print offer excellence in improving yourself personally and professionally.” – Paula Fisher, former Director of Human Resources at The Ritz Carlton Company
 
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Sarah has over 20 years’ experience as an employment law attorney, Assistant District Attorney, chief corporate counsel, entrepreneur, and educational advocate who is passionate about protecting the civil and legal rights of students with disabilities, solving racial injustice, and prison reform. Sarah is an expert in employment law, contract negotiations, and justice initiatives to bridge divides.

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Sarah is known for her unique ability to collaborate with executive leadership and employees, creating culture shifts that boost performance and morale. Join her in customized workshops, seminars, conferences, and small group settings to become a force for good. Stop being stuck in a rut of yuck. Quiet the noise of knuckleheads and nonsense. Overcome and become. Be the light at work, home, and play.

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Sarah is an in-demand keynote speaker who sparks dreams, inspires teams, and helps others bravely put love in action. She speaks truths with invigorating storytelling, laughter, and unshakable hope. What passions and dreams do you want to pursue? What pain points need healing? Sarah connects with groups across the globe to change lives. She is also the author of the highly applauded and top selling book, “Beautifully Broken & Astoundingly Whole.”

Love Is Our Hardest And Highest Calling
At Home, At Work, And At Play.

– SARAH CROSSMAN SULLIVAN