Sarah Cain

Sarah Cain



Sarah is passionate about using high-performance strategies to help business owners create and grow strong, purposeful businesses.

Prior to joining Carson Group Coaching, she spent over a decade at a $750 million hybrid RIA firm in Kansas City, with successive roles, including Director of Planning & Client Services, Program Director and Chief Operations Officer. Her tenure as COO involved overseeing strategic projects and managing a team of internal stakeholders in the areas of technology, client service, financial planning, and back-office roles such as trading and new business coordination. Her key accomplishments at the firm include managing the launch and ensuing growth of the independent RIA; overseeing the implementation of new technology platforms including CRM, financial planning, client portal, and PAS software systems; and developing a national training business for financial advisors.

After earning her degree in Finance from Washburn University, Sarah began a career in the financial industry and continued her education by completing the CFP Certification Professional Education program through the College for Financial Planning. It wasn’t long before she discovered a true desire to coach entrepreneurs, leading her to pursue designations as a Certified Professional Coach and Certified Business Coach.

Sarah and her husband, Brandon, live in Kansas City with their four-legged children. Away from work, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family (including her amazing niece and nephews), exploring the outdoors, and, along with her husband, continuing a quest to find the best street tacos in KC.


Favorite Quote:

“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day.” – Jim Rohn

Been on any adventures?

“Hunting for bears” in the woods behind our house with my nephews.

Have a fun fact about yourself?

I absolutely love yachts, though I live in Kansas where I’m told they’re not “practical.”

What’s the Best Advice you’ve ever received?

Be very aware of the limiting beliefs you hold about yourself and where they came from.

What are you passionate about?

Animals, inspiring and mentoring youth.

In one sentence, describe how you apply your personal purpose in life through your role for Carson Group Coaching and in working with those you serve.

My mission is to live life fully and inspire others to do the same; I can’t think of a better way to do that than coaching!