Posts by sarah

It’s Ok to be a Financial F*ck Up

Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It’s Ok to be a Financial F*ck Up

W hat?!?! FFS Sarah, you’re a financial adviser for gods sake… you can’t say that!!! Ok, so of course I’ve written that title as more of an attention grabber and not to say that it’s ok to be an actual financial f*ck up…. In fact it’s positively NOT ok and what’s even more NOT ok is to speak to ourselves in this way but I’m speaking here to the women who are most definitely NOT that, but, who have labelled themselves as such and what I really want to say is just pack it in, Ok?! So, if you’re nodding your head right now thinking,...

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Dump your Inner Bag Lady

Posted by on May 19, 2015 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Dump your Inner Bag Lady

I ‘ve been having a bit of a trip down memory lane today, thinking about my first job at the Yorkshire Bank and remembering some of the customers I used to serve… what I would call ‘life’s true characters’!!! They must have been because I still remember them 20 plus years down the line. There was the Leeds busker Danny, a lovely white haired, bearded ‘Santa Claus’ type of man, with his brown duffle coat.  Danny used to sing outside M&S and would then pay in the thousands of pounds he raised for charity. Then there was Mr Pickles… A...

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Transform your fear around money

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Transform your fear around money

S o, how do you TRANSFORM your FEAR or perhaps more accurate to say ‘How do you HEAL your relationship with money?’ The short answer … throw EVERYTHING at it!!! And keep reading to the end because I have a FREE gift for you!! You might say, I don’t need to heal my relationship with money… I have a really good income and a really good life and have no fear or anxiety where money is concerned and if that’s the case, HAPPY DAYS.. you need read no further!! However, what I would say is that in all of the years working with clients and their finances, I...

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Are you walking around in ill fitting money shoes?

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Financial therapy | 2 comments

Are you walking around in ill fitting money shoes?

I t’s time to get clear on your pricing, get the perfect pair of money shoes and make the money you desire!! I first read about the concept of badly fitting money shoes in Danielle LaPortes wonderful book ‘The Fire Starter Sessions’. In the book she talked about her friend who felt uncomfortable earning a certain amount of money because it just felt like too much. Throughout my career as a financial adviser, I tried on many pairs of shoes, both money ones and actual ones…. Yes, I like shoes (a lot) but that’s a post for another day. Some felt more comfortable...

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Overcoming Resistance to Financial Planning

Posted by on Sep 16, 2014 in Financial therapy | 0 comments

F irst of all, congratulations if you have read beyond the title of this post because for those of you who are truly resistant to looking at your finances, your unconscious would have made sure that you wouldn’t even notice this post and if you did notice it, you would automatically have made the decision that this wasn’t something that you needed to worry about right now. The truth is that, many of us are walking around in complete financial unconsciousness! I absolutely get this because, even as a financial adviser, for many years I was doing the same. For lots of us, the idea...

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