Raising rates? But why?

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Starting May 20th, workin’ with me is gonna be a little more expensive.

Not hundred-dollar-bill-filled-jacuzzi expensive; just damn-straight, takin’-this-seriously expensive.

Why the rate-raise?

Because my clients’ desires are worth it—and so is what they get.

To quote the inimitable Alexandra Franzen:

You RISE to your own self-declared pricetag.
You make DAMN sure that you’re worth it — that you’re giving everything you’ve got, every time.
And your clients LEVITATE to meet you, there.

See, no one’s paying for me to sit on Skype and be a cheerleader. Cheerleaders are sweet, but—let’s get real here—they don’t help anyone win the game. I can attest to this. I was one, once (it didn’t last long–shocker, right?)

When you consider what working with me actually includes, like…

  • a package of prompts designed to uncover what’s been stopping you from achieving your goals in the past
  • a virtual kitchen audit that (immediately) outlines what’s good in your pantry + what needs to go
  • weekly food challenges designed to gently stretch the boundaries of your comfort zone + catalyze long-term lifestyle change
  • regular progress audits so you can actually see how far you’ve come

…the price tag is kind of a bargain, really.

Especially when you consider that (finally!) learning to make peace with more veggies + fewer empty calories often translates to a happier relationship with food and a more svelte physique—transformations that ignite heaps of newfound confidence. Which, in turn, sets the stage for so many other Big Life Changes—like finally asking for that promotion you deserve, flirting with the dreamy bartender, or carving out time in your crazy life for that hot yoga retreat in Bali you’ve been quietly lusting after.

My current rates remain in effect until May 19, and the spots are filling. Want one of ‘em to be yours, while they’re still dirt-cheap? Give me a shout—I can’t wait to talk to you.

 

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