Design Thinking Strategy Sessions

If you are starting a new business or initiative in your business, are an “accidental entrepreneur” that needs to refine their strategy, or are stuck and in need of strategic direction, these 1-hour, virtual sessions are for you.

In our time together, I help you get unstuck or answer pressing needs by weaving the power of design thinking, a human-centered creative problem solving methodology (learn more below!) with my experience guiding hundreds of entrepreneurs and running my own mission-driven business.

Sara carefully listened to each and every challenge I was facing and helped me navigate a successful business launch. With her help, I was able to launch a month before originally expected! I would highly recommend working with Sara, her background as a founder paired with her creative ways to tackle roadblocks was invaluable to my business.
— Amity K.


You come with a challenge or a place where you’re stuck

Whether you’re not gaining traction, you’re unsure of how to reach your target audience, or are stuck elsewhere, you come with a challenge (or maybe even two!) for us to work on together.

Example challenges: “My potential customers aren’t finding me,” “How can I show my boss this is worth investing in?,” “I have a great idea but I don’t know where to start.”

We hash it out for an hour, using design thinking principles.

Over the course of an hour I will help guide you in getting unstuck, using the principles of human centered design and design thinking.

I’ll weave in the use of my experience of working with over 300 entrepreneurs, my experience running my own business, and my intuition to help provide clarity, ideas, and guidance. At the end of our session, you’ll sign off with next steps.

One session: $200 | Three-session Package: $550


“Design thinking has a human-centered core. It encourages organizations to focus on the people they're creating for, which leads to better products, services, and internal processes. When you sit down to create a solution for a business need, the first question should always be what's the human need behind it? …In employing design thinking, you’re pulling together what’s desirable from a human point of view with what is technologically feasible and economically viable,” according to design firm IDEO. Read more here.