Who is your ideal client
I work with professionals, single moms, families with young kids and anyone else who is motivated, committed and disciplined to do whatever it takes to make things better. My ideal clients are done giving excuses. They are ready to take full responsibility for their life, and they are not afraid to step out of there comfort zone. They are also willing to accept a helping hand to guide them and support them.
What issues do your clients face?
The most common issue that my clients face when they first approach me is that although they earn a decent living they find themselves covering their monthly deficits with their line of credit. Essentially they don’t have any financial breathing room. Some earn variable incomes, like real estate agents, and they have a hard time managing their ups and downs. Some deal with constant disagreement about money with their spouse. They don’t see eye to eye, their rarely talk about money without fighting, or they avoid the subject all together.
What is your coaching process?
My coaching process has two different components; a psychological one and a practical one. On the psychological side I apply a powerful process to help you uncover your subconscious money pattern, and bringing awareness to those beliefs will dramatically shift your relationship with money. On the practical side, I analyze your financial situation in great details, we define your financial goals, we see where your money is going today, and then we come up with a plan where your money matches your goals that you want to achieve. At the end of my analysis you receive a step by step action plan, from there we set up regular coaching sessions that’ll guide you through the process until you are ready to do it on your own.
What results can I expect?
The results that my clients experience when they have me as their coach are numerous. Many feel a new sense of empowerment. Money becomes something that they have control over. It doesn’t run their life anymore, it gives them a sense of hope and their clear and confident of what lies ahead. Most couples stop fighting about money because it’s not a sensitive topic anymore. My clients love my non judgmental support system that I provide. Like having me be there for them month after month. Even in between sessions, I’m always an email or a phone call away.
What advice would you give someone having financial issues?
Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, if what you’ve been doing until now has not worked, it’s okay to get an outside perspective. Did you ever beat yourself up for not knowing how to walk when you were first born? I didn’t think so. So it’s not your fault that you can’t manage your finances properly. Most of us didn’t learn anything about it from our parents or our teachers.
What’s the next step?
So if you’re not satisfied with your finances today, and you’re ready to take the bull by the horns, I invite you to fill out the evaluation right here below, email it to me and let’s have a discussion on how to get you on the right track. Oh, and did I mention that it’s free?