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|About||I am a wealth coach and I show people who are anxious about achieving their financial goals how to achieve financial freedom.|
Welcome to Oberfeld Coaching
Are you motivated and driven to live your biggest dream but find you lack the level of financial success you desire? Perhaps you find yourself in recurring patterns where you are underpaid, unable to save, or are struggling with crippling debt. Or as a business owner you experience “boom and bust” cycles that keep you from feeling secure. If this describes you, it is likely that you feel that you are not living up to your full potential and your energy and enthusiasm is depleted.
As a wealth coach, I have assisted a number of my clients to increase their revenue by $1000 to $5000 in one month, transition from an untenable living situation to something that is supportive and empowering, and attract greater opportunities for success.
How do I do this? It starts by helping my clients see how their unconscious belief systems keep them stuck in status quo. I show them how to release these unsupportive behaviors and create opportunities for outrageous success and financial freedom.
When we are fully engaged, either in our careers or business, and are properly compensated for our contributions, we are on fire; our creativity easily flows through us and we are empowered to tackle challenges and make positive changes in our lives. However, when we are plagued by financial concerns our vitality is sapped and our inner critic keeps us stuck in status quo.
I’m here to tell you it does not have to be this way. With appropriate guidance and the right tools and techniques you will become crystal clear on what is holding you back. Research suggests that at least 85% of our decision making is based on belief systems we picked up when we were young. As you work with me, we will identify which beliefs no longer serve you, and along the way, we will clear the stress and anxiety that that comes up when we embark on something new.
This is an exciting adventure where the end result is freedom from continual struggle and pain and instead we allow outrag