It sounds like you can help but I don’t know how I can possibly afford it right now. If you are stressed out about your money and your life, you can’t afford NOT to begin Financial Coaching. Getting a crystal-clear picture of your situation will give you a sense of peace and control and help you see the next right step. Many people find “hidden money” when they apply the methods they learn in the process; others see their incomes increase as they improve their relationship with money.
I earn a decent income but I don’t know where all my money goes. Will this help? Most people are in a “money fog.” They only have a vague (at best) idea of how much their lifestyle costs and get little or no real satisfaction from how they spend their money. No matter how much or how little you earn, getting a crystal-clear view on your money brings a sense of peace and control.
What if I already have a financial advisor? That’s great as we do not sell or recommend any financial products. Many people discover their financial plan is top-heavy and therefore unstable. The work you do with a Financial Coach will enable you to build a solid foundation for your long-term financial goals as you create financial stability for TODAY.
How does Financial Coaching compare to credit counseling? Consumer credit counseling is touted as a “magic pill.” It takes the heat off participants in the short-term, but there is a high failure rate for two reasons.
- The payment amount is too steep for people to maintain for very long.
- It only addresses the symptoms—the debt—and not the behaviors and emotions that caused the problem in the first place.
Is this an alternative to Bankruptcy? It could be. Bankruptcy is another magic pill. See #1 and #2 above. We do not give legal advice.
Will my personal finances be kept confidential? We uphold a strict confidentiality policy. Neither your situation nor the fact of your participation will be shared with anyone.
I don’t live near you. Can you still help me? You can benefit from Financial Coaching no matter where you live, via telephone coaching sessions. Even folks who live close enough for in-person sessions choose this method because it’s easier to fit into their busy schedules.
See Coaching for more info on who can benefit from Financial Coaching.