“I Really Want a Coach But I Can’t Afford It”

I can’t tell you how many people have inquired about my services and then tell me they can’t afford it. The excuses just keep rolling in.

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Goes to the bar/buys alcohol every weekend

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Goes to Starbucks every day

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Has a growing closet full of expensive clothes/shoes

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Goes out to eat multiple times a week

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Gets hair done every month

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Gets weekly mani/pedis

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Spends hundreds at Target every month on things they don’t need

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Puts in an Amazon Prime order at least once a week

“I can’t afford coaching”
*Gets eyebrows waxed and eyelash extensions every 4 weeks

Let me just say that I know there are people who *actually* cannot afford a coach – after all, it is a luxury, not a necessity.

However, a LARGE amount of people simply don’t know how to prioritize.

If the help a coach can offer you isn’t something you care to have, that’s 100% okay. It’s not something that everyone wants and there’s nothing wrong with that.

On the other hand, if you claim that you really want it but can’t afford it, I encourage you to look through your life and your expenses with a fine-toothed comb before committing to that statement – I can even help you with that. There are lots of luxuries that may fulfill you in the moment but very few that give the long-term benefit of a personal coach.

I have helped numerous people find ways to make room in their budget for coaching. Yes, it will require some sacrifices but I promise the benefits will far outweigh the sting of those sacrifices. After all, almost nothing that’s really worth it in this life comes without some level of sacrifice.

Do it for yourself. Do it for your family. Do it for your kids. You matter.

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