I'm Sarah Arrow
Back in 2006, I helped my hubby Kevin save his transport business with a little thing called digital marketing. Now, I didn't have any fancy degrees or experience in the field, but I knew one thing for sure - I was going to make it work, even if it meant making up my own rules as I went along. And that's exactly what I did - I created the 30-Day Blogging Challenge and before you know it, Kevin's transport business had a bigger digital presence than DHL, Fedex, and UPS combined. Can you believe it? People tell me blogging doesn't work - but those 750,000 people who've taken the blogging challenge are probably laughing in their face right now.
Since then, we've been on a mission to help website owners everywhere write and market their content, create and launch their online courses, and even figure out who their ideal clients are. And let's be real, if we can make a transport business more popular than the big dogs, we can do anything. We'd like to help you do it too.
Sarah Arrow, the person
Once upon a time, there was a girl who worked hard on her marriage. And I mean, really hard. So hard that she married her childhood sweetheart, Kevin Arrow (no, not that one), and they've been living their happily ever after ever since.
We work and live together, under one roof, with our two teenage daughters who just happen to be National and International Martial Arts champions. Talk about a power couple! ;)
We also adopted 2 kittens, who're basically our little fur babies. They're very playful, so if you ever hear meowing in the background, or see one appear on our shoulder during one of our livestreams, don't worry, it's just them joining in.
When I'm not working or training with my daughters, you can find me buried in a book. I'm a bit of a bookworm, reading around 5 books a week. And when I'm not reading, I'm binge-watching shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, How I Met Your Mother, Grey's Anatomy, and NCIS (I'm still holding out hope for Ziva's return).
I'm also a huge Prince fan, and I've been lucky enough to see him live three times. But when it comes to music, I prefer to work in a quiet space with all my thoughts.
Career-wise, I've done a bit of everything. I've run pubs, worked with "harder to help" people getting them back into work, and it's given me skills in tenacity, among other things, and means I have many friends from many different backgrounds.
But at the end of the day, I'm just a girl who's happiest curled up with a book on the couch, listening to her husband play the keyboard, or dancing in the rain with her daughters. I'm an ambivert, I colour my hair a lot, and I truly believe that content matters and you can't change the world without it.