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Creating a Game plan for money

I have been working with a few clients over the last few months with money management challenges, and as a result have created a new Coaching Program called Your Money: From Woe to Wow!

 

The purpose of this program is to take a really honest look at how you manage your finances so that you can identify the areas that are a struggle for you – for some it is managing debt, for others it is not being able to save, or for others it is not being able to generate the income they want to earn.

 

  • Step one is taking an inventory of where you stand now
  • Step two is setting very clear outcomes – how would you like to manage and feel about your money?
  • Step three is co creating the strategies that will work for you to transform how you manage your money – strategies that suit your style of management and will allow you to achieve your goals easily.

 

The program runs for a minimum of three months with two coaching sessions scheduled each month and lots of support in between as you complete the steps to move you forward. This is the minimum time I find that it takes to get really clear on how you want to manage your money and create sustainable change.

 

I am so confident that this Program will change how you handle your money that I am offering a money back guarantee. If you make the commitment to work with me for 3 months and complete all of your agreed actions between each meeting and are not satisfied with the results that you have achieved, or the progress you are making towards your desired goals, I will give you back your money. So what have you got to lose?

 

Contact me now by email or phone/text 021 240 6535 to arrange a free one hour session where we’ll help you identify your money issues, set up three financial goals and outline how I can help you achieve them.

Challenging times with Finances

It is interesting times that we are living in right now as many people face challenges with their finances – how to generate income despite the perceived downturn in the economy, or how to manage limited funds in a different way.  It seems like everyone, whether governments, big corporations or small businesses, are suddenly being called to become accountable for previous spending, debt management and results from investments. I think the opportunity at this time, for us as individuals, is to pause and take stock of the financial decisions we have made and the results we are reaping, with a view to determine what our path forward needs to be. This is an opportunity to take responsibility and learn from any mistakes so that we can create the results we want in our future. It can be an opportunity to explore and play with new ways of managing our finances, so we can learn discipline as well as how to experience more joy and pleasure from what we choose to do with our money. We can also use this time as an opportunity to learn how to simplify our lives by asking “do I really need to be spending all this money or doing all these things?” I believe there is a direct correlation between money, time and energy – adjustments in one area will reap benefits in another. So if you’re ready to make some changes to how you manage your finances get in touch to have a chat about how I can support you. Text 0212 4063 535 or email heather@inspirationscoach.co.nz