Money and trust have a complicated relationship status. When I first started financial coaching in 2014, I met with family and friends at cafés and shared what I knew about the complex financial world. I did it out of passion, because I hated seeing good people lose money (and confidence) because of bad investments, not knowing their options, or simply feeling stuck.
To truly hear them out and help them get organised enough to achieve their financial goals, there had to be zero pressure. Talking to someone about money involves a massive amount of trust, and beginning over casual coffee sets an atmosphere that’s focused (thank you, caffeine!), but not intimidating.
Unlike a financial advisor at a bank who gets commission based on investments, as a financial coach, I enable your decisions rather than profit from them. You can trust I have your best interests at heart, and I will trust you are serious about improving your financial habits