Terms & Conditions – Coaching Programs
Thrive at Money’s Promise to You, the Client…
1. We promise to coach you with sound ﬁnancial advice. Our sole purpose is in helping you, the client.
2. We promise to honor your complete privacy. We will not share what we discuss with any other person without your speciﬁc and written permission ﬁrst.
Your Promise to Thrive at Money…
1. Your communication is crucial to the success of our meetings. You will be truthful and transparent with your thoughts, ideas, dreams, goals, and challenges.
2. You will fulﬁll a number of pre-session tasks to ensure our time together is best utilized. Failure to complete these steps accurately and completely will likely result in less value being delivered, something we are not at all hoping for. These steps may include answering a questionnaire, completing a ﬁnancial worksheet, reading an educational handout, or reviewing an instructional video. These tasks must be completed 48 hours before your scheduled appointment or the session will be canceled.
3. You understand that refunds are not offered. We appreciate you honoring the original date and time of the appointment.
4. You understand that requests to reschedule the meeting will not be honored.
5. You are solely responsible for your actions, choices, and decisions.
6. You hereby release, waive, acquit, and forever discharge Courtney Ryan, and Thrive at Money, their agents, successors, assigns, personal representatives, executors, heirs, and employees from every claim, suit, action, demand, or right to compensation for damages you may claim to have or that you may have arising out of actions, omissions, or commissions taken by yourself or by Courtney Ryan as a result of advice given by or otherwise resulting from the coaching relationship contemplated hereunder. You further declare and represent that no promise, inducement, or agreement not herein expressed has been made to you to enter into this release. The release made pursuant to this paragraph shall bind your heirs, executors, personal representatives, successors, assigns, and agents.