Rachel Allen

Business Coach

My call with Rachel Allen has transformed how I think about my finances

Julie

Coach

I recommend Confession Sessions! Rachel Coached me to get organised and submit my tax return and I got a nice £3k rebate over Christmas!

Maria

Business Owner

I found my session with Rachel very very helpful! She gave me clear, specific guidance in a way that was easy for me to understand and implement. Thanks Rachel!

Sarah Jane

Business owner

Rachel is extremely easy to talk to and has a knack of explaining quite complex financial aspects clearly, without ever being at all patronising. I felt able to ask all the 'stupid' questions, and left the session with much greater clarity about both my current situation and the next steps I should take. Highly recommended.

Rachael Roberts

Business Owner

I recently took the opportunity to have a 'Confession Session' with Rachel. As someone who has been known to bury my head in the sand a bit when it comes to managing my money, I was initially a little apprehensive about confessing my financial sins but I needn't have worried! Rachel is patient, supportive, encouraging and most importantly non-judgemental. She has a great way of explaining things so that they are easy to understand and she listened carefully as I explained where I feel I have the biggest challenges, then helped me come up with practical actions to move me forward. If you've been ignoring your finances and you want some guidance on how to become more financially empowered you should definitely book a session with Rachel.

Mel Sherwood

Speaking Coach

Working with Rachel is a joy. Her depth of knowledge, way ofwording things in plain English and cutting through the "fluff" isrefreshing. Highly recommended from a happy customer!

Jo Middleton

Franchisor
I run my one to one sessions over a zoom or Skype call. I will send over a link once your session is confirmed. You can use a phone, tablet or computer to access the call.
I am a business coach (2018), qualified accountant (1999) and business owner (2004). 
No. While I am a qualified accountant I am not practising as an accountant, which means that I do not have insurance to do other people's accounts or tax returns nor to give financial or tax advice. What I can do though is provide definitions and help with understanding, including when and what to ask your accountant, and most of my work is coaching which does not involve giving the client advice but facilitating them to find their own answers.
No, I am not a financial advisor and I will not give financial advice.
Coaching is a process through which a coach will guide her client through a series of questions to a better understanding of their goals, themselves and their current situation. The coach will then guide the client to creating an action plan through which to achieve their goal.
Coaching does not involve giving advice as this removes the ownership of the action plan from the client. Coaching is a method of empowering a client, and the giving of advice or ideas can remove this empowerment.

Rachel Allen

Business Coach

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Testimonials

My call with Rachel Allen has transformed how I think about my finances

Julie

Coach

I recommend Confession Sessions! Rachel Coached me to get organised and submit my tax return and I got a nice £3k rebate over Christmas!

Maria

Business Owner

I found my session with Rachel very very helpful! She gave me clear, specific guidance in a way that was easy for me to understand and implement. Thanks Rachel!

Sarah Jane

Business owner

Rachel is extremely easy to talk to and has a knack of explaining quite complex financial aspects clearly, without ever being at all patronising. I felt able to ask all the 'stupid' questions, and left the session with much greater clarity about both my current situation and the next steps I should take. Highly recommended.

Rachael Roberts

Business Owner

I recently took the opportunity to have a 'Confession Session' with Rachel. As someone who has been known to bury my head in the sand a bit when it comes to managing my money, I was initially a little apprehensive about confessing my financial sins but I needn't have worried! Rachel is patient, supportive, encouraging and most importantly non-judgemental. She has a great way of explaining things so that they are easy to understand and she listened carefully as I explained where I feel I have the biggest challenges, then helped me come up with practical actions to move me forward. If you've been ignoring your finances and you want some guidance on how to become more financially empowered you should definitely book a session with Rachel.

Mel Sherwood

Speaking Coach

Working with Rachel is a joy. Her depth of knowledge, way ofwording things in plain English and cutting through the "fluff" isrefreshing. Highly recommended from a happy customer!

Jo Middleton

Franchisor

FAQ

I run my one to one sessions over a zoom or Skype call. I will send over a link once your session is confirmed. You can use a phone, tablet or computer to access the call.
I am a business coach (2018), qualified accountant (1999) and business owner (2004). 
No. While I am a qualified accountant I am not practising as an accountant, which means that I do not have insurance to do other people's accounts or tax returns nor to give financial or tax advice. What I can do though is provide definitions and help with understanding, including when and what to ask your accountant, and most of my work is coaching which does not involve giving the client advice but facilitating them to find their own answers.
No, I am not a financial advisor and I will not give financial advice.
Coaching is a process through which a coach will guide her client through a series of questions to a better understanding of their goals, themselves and their current situation. The coach will then guide the client to creating an action plan through which to achieve their goal.
Coaching does not involve giving advice as this removes the ownership of the action plan from the client. Coaching is a method of empowering a client, and the giving of advice or ideas can remove this empowerment.