Testimonial

“If you’re looking for a coach to help grow your business, I highly recommend Jane Blaufus.

Before working with Jane, I had a good business, but it was unfocused and I felt overwhelmed as to how to properly plan for growth of both new and existing clients.

Since working with Jane, my business has clear, measurable objectives – I know what I want my business to look like. I’ve put the proper supports in place – administration, marketing, and succession planning — so that I can concentrate on my clients, increase my client base, and know that when I eventually retire that they are in good hands. As a result, my income has increased and I am much more confident that I can continue to expand without being overwhelmed. As well as a thriving business, I have a life!

I highly recommend Jane because she is a knowledgeable and practical coach. She keeps me on track, provides me with great advice on marketing and planning, and challenges me to stick to my plans. Jane’s support and advice have contributed to my ongoing success”.

Eloise Arlint, CHS
Financial Security Advisor/Investment Representative

Testimonials

I had the pleasure of having Jane speak at our Women’s Leadership Xchange luncheon. WOW! Jane is an energetic, passionate, and dynamic speaker. She speaks from the heart and captures an audience with every word. Jane’s message was an important one for all women in the room.

Her story is an emotional one that had everyone sitting on the edge of their seats and feeling the experience as if they were right beside Jane as it happened.

Jane is very talented and I would recommend her in a heartbeat!

Megan Harris, Director, Communications at the City of Waterloo

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Jane Blaufus deftly mixes all the necessary ingredients for a top notch book. She addresses and educates her readers on the painful subject of illness and death and the “business” side of dealing with it. She combines her years of experience in the insurance world along with personal stories and wraps it all up with a good dose of humour and common sense. As a therapist, I insist all my clients have a copy.

Heidi Cowie, Life Coach, Author and Speaker

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