Where do you meet a Money Coach?
I can meet clients either:
- Over the phone (I call you) or in a Zoom online meeting for money coaching sessions
- At my office at 44A Amy St, Ellerslie, Auckland 1051
If we are meeting over the phone or in an online meeting you will need to be in a quiet environment, free of distractions, where you feel comfortable talking openly. For online Money Coaching appointments, you will need to use a laptop or desktop computer with good internet access as we will be using MoneyMinder Online software during the meeting.
What Do I Need To Have For The First Meeting?
Nothing. Just you. Turning up is all that’s required.
How Long Will I Be Coming To See You?
For as long (or as short) as you want to. It is hard to be precise here, because every client has different needs and the process is flexible enough to accommodate these.
But I Love Shopping So Very Much – I Don’t WANT To Stop!
Good news! I’m not going to ban you from shopping. It’s even possible you’ll end up doing more shopping. But it won’t be shopping that turns into a compulsive, out-of-control splurge that ends with financial kick disaster. It’ll be shopping that meets your actual needs. Shopping that feels good. Shopping that comes without the sickening feeling that you’re hurting yourself financially (again).
How Can I Afford To See You If I’m Already Going Into Debt Every Month?
I can only point to the experience of my money coaching clients – when they follow the process, they end up with more money in the bank than they’ve had before AND they’re paying for money coaching.
"As a young(ish) adult, I had never thought a lot about my financial future, or even considered what options I had. Sarah is a true wealth of knowledge and I cannot recommend her enough ."
"Time spent with Sarah is very likely one of the most important things you could do in terms of relating to money and solving money issues. Sarah is very measured and organised but totally approachable, a lot of fun and provides great clarity regarding what is driving your money habits both good and bad."