Can You Afford it?


Listen up, because this is important.

There are self-styled “gurus” out there who’ll ask you to hand over your life savings for what they call coaching. They’ll use every sleazy sales tactic in the book to bully you into buying.

To top it all off, many of them don’t deliver on their promises. I’ve seen people in tears because they’d spent every last cent and still didn’t get the results they wanted.

So here’s the deal: If the price of the program equals a full month’s income, then it’s too much for you. Sign up for my newsletter and use the free resources I offer. Reach out to me when things get tough; I’ll try and help if I can.

Rule of thumb


A great rule of thumb I follow when I look for Coaching: It shouldn’t cost more than ca. 3-5% of my yearly net income (that’s after tax). Enough to ensure I’ll have some skin in the game and that I’ll take my commitment seriously, but without causing bankruptcy.

So, if you’re looking at the 3-months program Passions Front and Center, go for a maximum of 3% of your annual net income (after tax). Since the program costs 600 EUR, you can afford it if your yearly net income is 20,000 EUR or above.

If you’re going for the 6-months Reset Your Life, then 5% is an acceptable figure, which is doable starting from a yearly net income of 22,000 EUR.

Does that make sense? Please, please, please don’t ruin yourself for Coaching. It’s the most valuable thing you can do for yourself and it’ll absolutely transform your life. But you don’t have to jeopardise your or your family’s future for it; that’s not the idea.

Can you afford Coaching?