Financial Coaching, you say? Therefore let us address the elephant in the room. We will talk about finances and get coaching to help you get back on track with your finances. When finances come up, people get embarrassed and ashamed about their financial situation. The thing is that countless people worldwide struggle with their finances and credit card debt. It’s nothing to feel ashamed or embarrassed about because it’s life, and we’ve all been in financial ruin before.
Therefore it isn’t like financial literacy was being taught in schools back in the day, which explains a lot as to why so many people are hurting financially today. Which when you think about it all boils down to when you don’t know, you don’t know. Financial coaching is a service provided by a highly skilled and trained professional.
A professional that meets with their clients to help them reach their goal of getting out of debt and having a better financial picture overall. However, having a clean financial slate all starts. With your coach finding out what your needs are, this way, the coach can begin putting together a plan of action individually tailored to each client. Furthermore, you may be asking yourself right now well, who is the perfect client or candidate to receive financial coaching?
The best client or candidate, if you will, is someone that is having trouble managing their finances. It’s a person who is willing to become coachable and learn the strategies that will help them eliminate debt. If you are willing to do that, then you’re good to go. So now I am sure that you want to know. What’s the best way to start working on your journey towards better finances? The perfect starting point to fixing any situation is first to admit that there is a problem. Secondly, you must again be willing and committed to putting in the work that it takes to get your financials back in good standing.
Being lazy and giving your coach a bunch of lip service isn’t going to help the situation get any better for you. Therefore, you must get out of your comfort zone now. Because no matter the person that you choose to be, your financial coach. That coach is going to expect you to do your part.
Okay, since you have first and foremost admitted to yourself that there is indeed a problem. And you, of course, know that faith without works is dead, meaning that this journey. And the process won’t work unless you do the work expected of you when you hire a coach to help you with this. The last part of this is the most crucial part of everything you’ve read thus far. The final piece of the financial coaching puzzle is for you to do your due diligence in finding the perfect coach for you.
When doing your research, you have to come to the ultimate decision in finding a coach that suits your needs across the board. Therefore, please do not stop at the first person you find merely because this person popped as the first result in the search engine. Look at the end of the day; the coach you make your final decision on must check off all the checks and balances you have in your mind. In other words, find someone that has the same moral compass and values that you have.
However, the only way to find out whether you and that particular coach match or align perfectly well together is to start asking the hard questions. If you can do that, then you’ll be well on your way to a match made in financial heaven, at the end of the day, whether you choose another coach or me. I certainly wish you all the best on your financial journey; if you’d like to work with me, kindly reach out to me.