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FAQs.

With over 20 years of experience, I will ensure you always get the best guidance. I serve clients at every level of their organization, in whatever capacity we can be most useful, whether as a trusted advisor to top management or as a hands-on coach for front-line employees. I strive to build a relationship of trust with every client, for the long-term. Your growth is my growth!

FAQs.

Let’s work one on one, so you can achieve your financial goals, live your life on your terms, and grow your business!

1.      What is the difference between a financial advisor and financial coach?

In short, financial advisors want to manage the wealth you have already built up. Financial coaches help you build wealth first.  One teaches you to fish; one cooks the fish you provided.

The only thing financial advice and financial coaching have in common is the word finance. They are as different as black and white. 

Financial advice focuses on your portfolio by offering specific investment advice. The financial advisor’s business model is managing the funds you already have accumulated. They have control of your assets, and they do the work for you.

Financial coaching is different. It focuses on your education, your growth, and your decision-making process so that you can master your wealth-building skills. The coaching business model is primarily about helping you build wealth.

You stay in control by learning to manage your money smarter and make better-informed investment decisions.

2.      What does research say about coaching?

Studies have been revealed in comparing “training” to “coaching combined with training” alone. The study showed that training alone increased productivity by 22.4%, while training and weekly coaching increased productivity by 88%. Here is the reason: Synergy between coach and customer creates momentum and enthusiasm. Better goals are set, and the customer develops new skills that lead to greater success. Coaching provides a structure of support, and your Coach is an objective, positive supporter.

3.      What coaching is not

Therapy: Life coaching is not a therapy, because the therapy should help people to recover from emotional or mental disorders such as depression or anxiety. Coaching, on the other hand, focuses on the present and the future, focusing on optimizing the opportunities in your life to ultimately achieve greater happiness. Consulting: Consultants are hired based on their expertise. They are expected to diagnose problems, then prescribe and sometimes implement solutions. Coaching, however, assumes that you can develop your own solutions … the coach is only there to guide, assist, and help you to develop your own plan and your own actions to take. Mentoring: A mentor is an expert who teaches wisdom based on his own experiences. Mentoring can include advice, counseling, and coaching, but the coaching process is not about advice or advice. Instead, coaching is more specific to help you set and achieve your own goals. Training: Training requires a linear, one-way learning path that complies with a set curriculum. Coaching, on the other hand, is non-linear; it is a two-way partnership and does not start with a given curriculum.

4.      How much coaching will I need, and for how long?

The duration of a coaching partnership depends on the needs and preferences of the client, including the type of goals planned, the speed with which the client takes action, the frequency of coaching meetings, etc., and the financial resources available to support coaching , For some people, this can take up to 6 sessions; for others it will be more. What is important, however, is that the customer always has control over the termination of the process whenever he so wishes.

5.      Can’t I reach my goals on my own?

You can certainly achieve many goals on your own, but with a Life Coach, you will be able to do bigger things, set bolder goals, and get results faster. Commitment, accountability, and follow-through are some of the most valuable components of the coaching process, and they are why people who work with a life coach make much more progress than working alone. Your Life Coach also gives you access to a set of tools, techniques, and processes that are proven to work, and you benefit from being exposed to a different perspective that challenges your approach and provides you with new ideas. Athletes and CEOs know that they can not make it to the top by themselves. They understand the value of a trained professional who helps them identify the best direction and provides them unbiased support and unparalleled feedback. There aren’t any athletes going to the Olympics without a coach, no football players going to the Super Bowl without a coach, shouldn’t you get the same advantage?

6.      What type of person hires a coach?

The only trait in common they seem to have is their desire to change their lives for the better.  These people come from all walks of life. A recent ICF study shows that 86% of participants who hire a coach believe they have at least repaid their investment, if not more.

7.      What are the Different Types of Coaches?

Regardless of their area of expertise, all coaches share key characteristics such as leadership, knowledge, attention to detail, and the desire to make others succeed. Other than financial coaching, I provide assistance in two other areas: Business coaches usually have extensive business management, customer service, and HR management skills. A company could hire a business coach to discuss strategies with employees and management about increasing productivity, settling disputes, and maintaining happy, healthy relationships between departments. A life coach can help a person define their life goals and suggest strategies for achieving those goals.

8.      What is the value of coaching?

It is your constant progress to bring your vision to life by guiding you every step of the way and celebrating your success.

9.      What is a financial coach?

A financial coach is a kind of life coach who helps clients and encourages them to achieve their financial goals.

The services.

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All Services ( Business Coaching, Performance Coaching, and Financial Coaching) can be offered in several formats:

One on One Coaching

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Workshops

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Leadership Development

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