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The True Value of Personalised Financial Advice

Sophie's Story

I recently heard a familiar story during a Clarity Call. Sophie shared her experience:

"I signed up for an online money course in January. They don’t offer any personalised advice for my financial situation. The course material is very basic, and there’s no real support. The content is generic and doesn’t address my specific needs. I’ve paid for this course, and it has not made any difference to my life. I was trying to save money and DIY rather than pay for financial advice. When, in fact, this course has cost me time and money."


Sophie's story isn’t the first I’ve heard like this. Frankly, I’m sick of it.

I’m sick of women being charged a fortune by impersonal online courses that lack true value and integrity.

Unlicenced Money Coach - buyer beware
Unlicenced Money Coach - buyer beware

Courses run by "money coaches" that are legally unable to give you any real financial advice.

Courses big on "mindset" but tiny on real, practical advice.

Is mindset important? Absolutely.

Is it the most important thing? NO!!!!!

If you lack a financial strategy, mindset alone won't save you.

Having expert advice and a strategy implemented for you will make a difference.

The Value of Personalised Financial Advice

1. Tailored Solutions for Unique Needs

Every individual's financial situation is unique. What works for one person might not work for another. Personalised financial advice considers your specific circumstances, goals, and challenges. This means you get a tailored strategy that is designed to meet your particular needs, ensuring more effective and relevant solutions.

2. Expertise and Knowledge

Financial advisors bring a wealth of expertise and knowledge that is invaluable. They are trained professionals who understand the complexities of financial planning, investment strategies, tax laws, and retirement planning. Their insights can help you navigate these complexities and make informed decisions that you might not be able to make on your own.

3. Accountability and Support

One of the biggest challenges in managing finances is staying disciplined and on track. Personalized financial advice provides you with a support system. Your advisor not only helps you create a plan but also holds you accountable and provides ongoing support. This can be crucial in ensuring you stay committed to your financial goals.

4. Objective Perspective

It can be not easy to make unbiased decisions about your own money. Emotions and personal biases often cloud judgment. A financial advisor offers an objective perspective, helping you make rational and informed decisions. They can identify potential pitfalls and opportunities that you might overlook.

5. Time and Stress Savings

Managing your finances can be time-consuming and stressful. Working with a financial advisor can save time and reduce stress. They handle the complex tasks, allowing you to focus on other important aspects of your life. This peace of mind is invaluable, knowing that your finances are in capable hands.

6. Long-Term Financial Health

The ultimate goal of personalized financial advice is to ensure your long-term financial health. A well-crafted financial plan helps you build wealth, protect your assets, and achieve your financial goals. It provides a roadmap for your financial journey, giving you confidence and security for the future.

That’s what we offer. Our Lush Life Financial Planning Program works; it provides personalised financial advice and practical tools to empower women.

Ready to take control of your financial future? Book a 15-Minute Clarity Call with Christine Lusher. Let's work together to unlock your path to financial success.

What you need to know

This information is provided and produced by Lush Wealth. The advice provided is general advice only, as we did not consider your investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs in preparing it. Before making an investment decision based on this advice, you should consider how appropriate the advice is to your particular investment needs and objectives. You should also consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement before deciding on a financial product.


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