Do more with your money through the power of personal, private, one-on-one coaching
Whenever I find myself struggling I look for people who can help me. I’ve been fortunate to get support from some of the best mentors in the world. Best-selling authors, market-beating investors, career coaches.
Their advice changed my life, but I also learned something important. There’s nothing more valuable than connecting with someone who truly understands.
Not people who are just regurgitating information you can google, but people who actually know what works, because they’ve done it.
You’ve probably spent all these years going it alone, not really knowing if you were making the right decisions. All you want is someone to look over your shoulder and reassure you.
Unfortunately, getting help isn’t as easy as it sounds. Sure, you can go to a financial adviser, but can you really trust them, and what’s their track record?
Many advisers are dishing out advice without even being financially successful themselves. Like Warren Buffett once said, “Wall Street is the only place that people ride to in a Rolls Royce to get advice from those who take the subway.”
So you can go through life hoping you’re making all the right decisions for your future, or if you’d rather feel confident that you’re on the right path maybe I can help you.
For those that are serious about achieving their financial goals I would definitely recommend your coaching. The biggest reason is you “walk the walk”. You’ve been there, done it, and now live life on your own terms. That is credibility to me. I liked being able to bounce things off someone that truly gets it, and was reassured the steps I’m taking are in the right direction. — Jeremy F.
What’s in a coaching session?
Have you ever wondered why people who are already successful get coaching. Take Mark Zuckerberg. When he’s struggling do you think he’s guessing about key decisions that are going to impact the future of Facebook? No, he consults with people like Bill Gates.
But this is where most people say, “Yeah, yeah, but do I really need a coach?” Honestly? No. You could go it alone, trying to figure everything out on your own, and second-guessing every decision. Or, you can probably save yourself years of time and money while avoiding costly mistakes.
Since I don’t typically talk about money with friends or colleagues it’s a bit of a gray area. You’re easy to talk with and know what you’re talking about. I wish I’d had you as a coach 10 years ago because you could’ve helped show me a lot of the things that have taken me years to figure out on my own. — Joe R.
If you decide to work with me, here’s what you can expect during your personal, private session:
- Detailed feedback: you don’t have to go it alone anymore, and wonder “Am I doing the right thing?”
- Strategies you need to reach your goals faster than you thought possible
- Pinpoint mistakes that are costing you money, and help you fix them
You can bring any financial challenge you have big or small, and then watch as I patiently dissect them and replace your problems with easy, practical solutions.
How a one-on-one session works:
When we talk you get real-time feedback, invaluable insights, and all your questions answered. Here’s how to get hands-on help with your challenges:
- Pay for a one-hour session
- Pick a time from my personal calendar
- We talk, and you have what you need
P.S. I don’t sell any financial products or represent any financial companies, which also means I won’t give you advice on specific stocks or products. Questions? Send me an email: email@example.com.
Just a few results:
You gave us an immediate boost in motivation to stick to our financial goals, and potentially make them even more ambitious. Hearing everything in one place from someone whose expertise I trust made us more confident in the decisions we have been and will be making. Thanks again. — Andrew H.
I could relate to you right away and didn’t feel like I was talking to a celebrity or rich dude. You are very perceptive and were able to explain everything in simple terms without getting into technicalities. Now I have a strategic direction for investing and achieving my financial goals. What you are able to do is a gift for anyone who is seeking honest and pragmatic financial coaching. — Rohit K.
I liked that you focused on the big picture stuff instead of getting into the details. I never really considered the term coaching with finances before, but that’s exactly what you did. There’s a lot of noise in the “money advice” arena but you kept it simple and your perspective was valuable. — Christina C.
Thanks again, Chris. While money was the topic, you addressed my concerns which put me at ease, and built confidence in my decisions. I’ve heard what you shared before but being able to follow along and ask questions gave me a solid foundation, and now I have direction for doing more with my money. — Juan K.
You are personable and tried to understand where I’m at in life, and what might suit my personal situation. It wasn’t a dry conversation with just stats and info I can find on google. Now, I know I need to analyze the cost/benefit of investing in housing. After talking with you, growing a retirement fund became a new priority. — Greg H.
My wife and I are both good with money, but the only problem is we sometimes are unable to move forward because of different opinions (like buying a house vs renting, deciding an amount to put in investments, etc.). We had a lot of ideas, but you had good questions that helped direct the conversation into a series of steps towards our goal and come to a compromise that works well for both of us. — Stephen S.
Thank you again for taking the time to speak with me. Your insight and perspective was valuable and helped navigate the workplace and take control of my finances. I enjoyed your coaching and hope to speak to you again in the future. — Chris P.
I was afraid I wasn’t on the right track to achieve financial independence and speaking with you gave me reassurance that I can reach my goal. You were very knowledgeable, easy to talk to, and flexible in answering all my questions. Thank you for your time. — David M.
It was nice to speak with someone who can provide helpful perspective. Now I have a better sense of clarity about my situation and feel I’m on the right track. We covered a lot of ground in one call and it felt like a really productive use of time. I really appreciate your time, thanks again. — Daniel A.
Though I had questions, I really didn’t know what to ask. Enter Chris. He swiftly sifted through all my random questions and pin-pointed how I could keep everything where it was but from this point forward invest a little differently. Then I mentioned I was being tortured by my wanting to build a detached garage-apartment at my home but wasn’t sure if it would be financial suicide. Chris was able to give me answers with such focus and alacrity, like it was nothing. He clearly demonstrated his expertise in just a short time and I am confident now about where I am headed financially. — Brian M.