Sarah Mainhart

Growing up in a small town, I always knew that I wanted to live a big life. Today, I’m a sales professional, real estate developer, and mother, and I’m still striving to create a life with purpose and intention. My passions are spending time with my husband and son, cooking, entertaining, fitness, and interior design.

As a kid, I was actually a bit of a tomboy. I always admired high fashion, but it always felt a bit out of my comfort zone. Don’t get me wrong–I love a good pair of heels! But I still retreat to the comforts of hoodies and jeans when I’m home with my family. 

I’ve always loved this photo of me in my mother’s heels. She was a single mom, and she taught me how to hustle. I’d watch her put on her makeup and curl her hair and put on a suit for her job as a secretary. Then she’d come home and change out of her heels to go to her second job as a waitress. 

During the day I’m:

  • Strategic Account Executive in the experiential marketing and events industry
  • Managing Partner of Fulcrum Home Solutions 
  • Flipping houses
  • Being a boy mom–We are all about trucks, trains, dirt, and mud!
  • Running or lifting weights

Fun facts about me:

  • I start and end each day with journaling. I write down my goals, gratitude, affirmations, successes, failures, and tasks. 
  • One of my first sales jobs was selling office supplies business-to-business. I think learning to face rejection was the most valuable thing I ever learned. 
  • I love traveling with my husband, Stefan.
  • As a teenager, I hung out with all the skateboarders, so I’m loving the resurgence of 90’s street fashion: wide-leg jeans, big logos, crop tops, white sneakers. 
  • Favorite Drink: Dark Rum with Club Soda, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet 
  • Every year I bake a cake for my son’s birthday from scratch. 
  • Nachos are my absolute favorite food.
  • Through my day job, I’ve designed and styled events for countless celebrities and world leaders, including Barack Obama, the Dalai Lama, and Shaquille O’Neal. 
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