Who do you work with?


Individuals and Couples who know an area in their life is lacking and they're ready to do what needs to be done to create inner peace and outer purpose.

I hear the following comments from my clients, can you relate?

Individuals who can be considered Under Earners:

I don't negotiate salaries or raises. I know I'm worth more than what they're paying me but I don't want to appear greedy or materialistic.

Couples who are emotionally disconnected from their finances:

We make good money and we have nice things but we're still somehow living paycheck to paycheck. When we talk about money it always ends in a fight.

Individuals who are emotionally blocked with their finances:

I've always had to figure things out on my own: college, jobs, etc. I thought I knew how to handle money but I can't seem to get ahead. I'm scared that I'm going to mess up everything I've worked so hard for.

Individuals who are scared or worried to learn or re-learn how to be financially independent:

I'm recently divorced and now I have to pay bills with less money and downsize. I don't think I can do this.


Individuals who aren't comfortable sticking to financial boundaries:

My family thinks I have so much money and keeps asking me for loans. I tell them no but I hate seeing them struggle. I want to stop loaning money but I don't want them to be mad at me.

Couples who don't share financial responsibility:

I've always been the one handling the money. My spouse just spends without checking if the money is there and I'm starting to get resentful. 

Financial Infidelity:

I learned that not only was I being cheated on but that our money was being spent on the other person during their affair.