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Life Balance-Life Coaching
$29 for 1.5 Hour Life Coaching Session (value $120)
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- What better way of starting 2013 than for you to invest in creating yourself a more fulfilling and balanced life?
- Grab a 1.5-hour life coaching session with Alan Carter Life Balance-Life Coach for $29.
Sessions can be held in Richmond or Nelson office or by Skype or telephone Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm, also some weekend and evening times can be arranged
Life can be at times a juggling act trying to balance the various areas of our life. Sometimes it is beneficial for each one of us to stop and review the directions we are taking with a consultant in life coaching. Live the life that you really want -rather than just wishing for it.
Grab a 1.5-hour life coaching session with Alan Carter Life Balance-Life Coach for $29.
In the session you will work with Alan to identify the key areas of your life that you feel you need to address. Following this, you can then proceed to continue the process on your own or continue with typically two to three one-hour sessions with Alan to explore your values, goals and overall life direction. Details on Alan’s background and approach to Life Coaching can be found at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- A coupon is valid up until and including the expiry date printed on the coupon.
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- This means you can turn up to the business up to three months after the coupon has expired and put the money you spent to buy that coupon towards the service or experience printed on your coupon.
For example, if you spend $50 on a $100 dining voucher but don't use it before the expiry date, you will still be entitled to $50 worth of food and beverage services at that business for an additional three months.
The same goes for coupons without monetary values assigned to them. For example, if you buy a bungy jump deal but don’t use it before the expiry date, you can still put the money you spent on the coupon towards a bungy jump, for another three months. Remember, the FaceValue of your coupon can only be put toward the service or experience printed on your coupon.
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- FaceValue applies to all deals that display the FaceValue icon. If the icon is not on a deal, FaceValue does not apply.
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- If the offer is seasonal, like a seasonal menu or chimney sweep service, the FaceValue of your coupon can be put towards a similar offer at the merchant's discretion.
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