Life Coaching Sessions
Life Coaching Sessions
After your Discovery session all future sessions will be on a monthly schedule - either month to month or in three month blocks. All monthly rates include updates and spot coaching in-between sessions (via email). Fees are always paid upfront on a monthly basis. If you prefer a discount you can pay three months at a time.
After your Discovery session all future sessions will be on a monthly schedule - either month to month or in three month blocks. All monthly rates include updates and spot coaching in-between sessions (via email). This helps you stay focused and keep your momentum going. Fees are always paid upfront on a monthly basis. If you prefer a discount you can pay three months at a time. Life coaching is an investment in your wellbeing and daily happiness - it will help you improve your productivity and make meaningful progress in achieving your dreams.
Typically people receive life coaching for up to 2 hours each month broken down into (4) 30 minute sessions, or (3) 40 minute sessions, or (2) 60 minute sessions. Each of these configurations (2, 3, or 4 sessions per month) cost $350 per month. Other options include $275 per month for 1.5 hours or $500 per month for 3 hours.
If you are looking to commit to your dreams and want a little extra help along the way, you can choose a more personalized option of up to 4 hours each month of planned session time with additional access to me via *text or **phone (12 PM -12 AM, 7 days a week) for as-needed guidance. This option is great for those wanting a more personalized experience or entrepreneurs and solopreneurs.
* The sorts of texts I receive are typically from clients needing a little extra motivation, encouragement, or sounding board.
**The kinds of calls I typically receive are when clients are looking for a trusted partner to help them when they are at a crossroads or when they worry they might have lost their way. For example clients often contact me when they travel. It’s common for them to seek guidance when they have been presented with what they think may be an opportunity - like after an interview or a chance meeting. Alternately they may have a new perspective once out of their every-day environment - which might be invigorating or unsettling - prompting them to seek help in processing their experience.