Helping moms find joy and success at work and home

with coaching programs designed for their unique challenges

Helping moms find joy and success at work and home

with coaching programs designed for their unique challenges

It’s not easy juggling a successful career with kids and family

Too many women are struggling to balance it all, and feel:

Sara Madera is a working mom coach, supporting moms who feel overworked.

Overworked

without anytime for themselves to recharge
Sara Madera is a working mom coach, supporting moms who feel overwhelmed.

Overwhelmed

with a never-ending list of competing priorities
Sara Madera is a working mom coach, supporting moms who feel off course.

Off course

lacking control about what their future looks like
Sara Madera is a career coach based in the NYC Metropolitan area, with clients all over the world.

ABOUT PLAN CREATIVELY

Plan Creatively is led by Sara Madera.

A certified executive coach, a naturally good listener and a mother of two, Sara focuses on helping women redefine for themselves what it means to be a successful working mother – and making that vision a reality.

Whether you are thinking of making a change at work or home, Sara will help you sharpen your goals, create a realistic plan to achieve them, and then tell the world all you’ve accomplished!

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Fulfill Your Potential

You can be the boss, mother, and partner that you always imagined. Together we can make your dreams a reality, and you will no longer be held back by your task list, exhaustion and mental load.

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Expectations of Motherhood

With data acknowledging problems companies experience when women leave the workplace, more companies have started prioritizing their needs. As a result, they are finding ways to provide every working parent (especially mothers) with the support they need.

Women are headed back to the workplace. Whether because they are gaining traction on jobs, being called back into the office for a hybrid work situation, or returning to work after maternity leave, the days of accepted work-from-home see to be behind us. 

When a mother is talking with you at work or at home, here’s what she really wants to share.

You can unleash a working mother’s leadership potential by showcasing how parenting can prepare her to become a future executive.

After years in corporate marketing, this mom of two became a career coach, helping other women set goals at work and at home.

At the beginning of the year many of us think about the goals we want to achieve, whether it’s losing weight, meditating every day or getting a promotion, but it’s easy to get frustrated or distracted along the way.

While leading organizations globally as a working mom, Sara Madera became a certified executive coach after realizing personal development was the favourite part of her job. A naturally good listener and a mother of two, Sara focuses on helping women redefine for themselves what it means to be a successful working mother – and making that vision a reality.

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