Sarah Lambert | The Rosewood Agency

Helping entrepreneurs scale their impact and income with online courses

Business Mentor, Course Specialist and owner of The Rosewood Agency. She is a mother of two, a wife, and entrepreneur whose key focus is to help entrepreneurs scale their income and impact. Most of her clients are also mothers or want to have a family one day, so creating both financial and time freedom is important for them too.

In her own words: “My life is full of both mom and entrepreneur duties. It’s a busy season, but I love being able to help my clients build businesses that fit their lives, rather than trying to make their life fit around their business.” – Sarah Lambert

Tell our readers more about you, especially the parts that we might not know from your social media presence.

It’s hard to imagine but before kids and entrepreneurship, I was a huge travel and adventure junkie. Skydiving, scuba diving, teaching in Korea, climbing to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, hiking the Inca trail, backpacking India and dozens of other
countries. I spent over a year in Asia, worked in travel before entrepreneurship, and my husband and I were set up based on our mutual love of travel. It’s a huge part of who I am, and I look forward to more adventures with my family.

Walk us through your journey, what has been the lowest point would you say, all the way through to enlightenment?

I’d say I have a long way to go to reach enlightenment but I like to believe I work towards that goal each day. I’ve had many highs and lows since becoming a mother four years ago and my lowest point was probably right after I had my first. I had a lot of postpartum anxiety, and I had a hard time asking and receiving help. I had to do some deep healing to be able to feel comfortable asking and accepting the help I desired and required to be able to be my best self and run my business.

Having kids forces you to trust and surrender, because so much of life becomes unexpected and uncontrollable. Growing humans and a business at once has been challenging but incredibly expansive experience. Not a day goes by that I don’t have the opportunity to grow and I’m so thankful for that.

What got you into the personal development space, and becoming a coach?

I started throwing myself into my business and my personal development almost as an escape from mom life because I was so overwhelmed. The only time I would ask for help was to work. I started creating my course while on maternity leave in 2019 because I didn’t want to go back to my corporate job. While I was doing that, I realized how important a strong mindset was for success and growth. I became obsessed with growing and learning about myself.

As I did this, my business began to grow, and after launching my course and beginning to have consistent 10k months almost immediately, I was able to quit my 9-5. Other entrepreneurs started asking if I could help them do the same, and that’s how my coaching business was born.

How do you embody that version of yourself now? What are practices that you do?

Visualization is an important and impactful practice I use to embody the highest version of myself. In order to tap into that, I use virtual vision boards as my phone screensavers and actively tap into my visualizations when in bed or on walks to feel the feelings of the success and freedom I’m creating.

I also start each week by ensuring I’m aware of any mindset blocks that could stop me from achieving and receiving my goals and desires. This might look like a call with my coach and / or journaling to bring these blocks forward and work through them. This is a practice I also implement with my own clients.

What advice would you give to a younger version of yourself ?

My advice to younger Sarah would be to focus more on who you’re being rather than what you’re doing. I spent so many years trying to check all the boxes and just doing the things for the sake of doing them and in this endless loop of chasing the next goal or the next promotion, it was all for external approval.

When I started focusing more on who I was being, and my own personal development and how I felt, I was able to trust what was coming and embody my next level. That’s when things began happening. Ultimately what I’d want her to know is that you can do all the “right” things, but if you’re not in the right energy when you’re doing them, it’s all for nothing.

Now when it comes to your world and the containers that you have created for women, walk us through the process of joining your world?

Most of my clients connect with me on Instagram @thesarahlambert , and I have two signature offers that help them build their businesses in a scalable and aligned way. One is The Scale Method, where I mentor a small group on exactly how to create an online course and establish themselves as authorities in their niche. The second is my 500k mastermind which is a high level group coaching program for entrepreneurs looking to go from 5-10k months to consistent 20-50k months.

Our agency also has done-for-you course creation services, to help entrepreneurs outsource their course creation so that they can focus on being the CEO while we create their course. And for anyone considering an online course, I have a webinar that helps business owners determine what their profitable course topic should be.

When it comes to manifesting a BIG vision, what does that look like for you now? 

Manifestation for me, comes down to continually coming back to and holding my vision, while surrendering to how it happens. I believe that there is more available to me than I could even fathom, so I hold the vision, take aligned actions forward and trust that the universe will deliver it in a way beyond what I could ever plan.

What do you want your clients to retain the most from your work? 

I want them to know that they never have to choose between life and entrepreneurship, they can have it all. It’s possible to create a business that fits in and supports their life goals rather than the other way around. It’s possible to be an amazing mother, to travel the world, to work part-time, to retire your husband all while making as much money and impact as you desire. You just have to structure your business in a way that enables that.

When it comes to philanthropist incentives, What does that look like for you now?

I donate monthly to 4 different charities; as a mom I’m always drawn to organizations that support children. I support The Sick Kids Foundation which supports the health and wellbeing of kids in Canada and around the world. The Ronald McDonald foundation which supports children and their families as they go through treatments. Plan International, an international organization that promotes girls’ rights and lifts young girls out of poverty. Finally, the local Red Cross, giving back to the kids in need in our own communities in whatever way they need.

Finish this sentence: “My gifts to the world are…”

Empowering women to transform themselves and their lives. I want the women in my world to know that they’re the co-creators of their lives and anything’s possible. My gift is being able to provide them with the tools to create that life.

Photo Credit – Leah Smith

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