Money Coach programme highly recommended

Wealthflow Money Coach Webinar Programme

As we approach the end of the year, Dr George Callaghan is completing a Money Coach Webinar Programme, rounding-up one-to-one coaching sessions with a cohort of young professionals and gathering feedback on September’s webinar series.

We aren’t at all surprised to hear rave reviews of George:

“George is an excellent presenter. Clear, and concise, he made sure that everyone understood what was being discussed but still managed to keep everything to time. I have worked with a lot of presenters in my career (and financial ones too!) and feel George was one of the best I’ve seen.”

Emma, age 25, Event Marketing Manager, London

And the comments we’ve received about the programme are just as positive:

“I found the webinars interesting and engaging. Even though I’m someone who works doing economic research in related areas and might know a lot of the facts involved, it’s valuable to be asked to reflect about how I think about money and all of the pressures and influences on my decision-making.”

David, age 28, Economist, London

Thank you to all participants for their input and feedback which will inform future development of our programmes.

Booking for the Feb – May 2020 Webinar programme is now open:
https://www.wealthflowmoneycoach.com/product/webinar-programme/

Webinar one in the series takes place on Monday 3rd February 2020.

To find out more contact Duncan Glassey (0131 247 6745) or Dr George Callaghan (07814 928 757)

Duncan R Glassey
Senior Partner – Wealthflow LLP

duncan.glassey@wealthflow.com

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