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One year on


Becoming cash rich


One year on from launching, Nin Vraitch explains the richness that comes with running an ActionCOACH franchise


and time rich N


in Vraitch credits ActionCOACH as sparking a fl ame in her spirit, enabling her to grow a business that made her dream come true of being both


cash rich and time rich. After completing her BSc in microbiology and then her


master’s degree, people-person Nin didn’t want to work in a lab, she wanted to take her problem solving and analytical nature into a wider business environment.


Becoming cash rich but time poor “I landed a role in sales and marketing for a large food processing company. I had a great boss, whose involvement in my career made a huge impact. One of the things he showed me was the difference between IQ, your level of intelligence, and EQ, your emotional intelligence, the latter being the one that really brings about success. “I spent my early 30s working a lot of hours and travelling abroad for the company – cash rich and time poor.”


A time of cash poor and time rich Nin left the company, found the time to get married and started a family while helping grow several businesses owned by her partner. “Unfortunately, when I had my fi rst child, I also lost my


father, which had a huge impact on both myself and my family. My marriage ended and it was a testing time as a single mother. I moved to Kent with my son, Millen, and began a four-year low of being cash poor and time rich. For the fi rst time in my life, I realised it was important to be cash rich and time rich, so I could give my son my time as well as a good life. I thought joining a franchise might be the way forward.


“I did some research but many of the options I saw 48


seemed like I would end up spending a lot of hours running the business and I didn’t want to go back to being cash rich and time poor. Then I got an email from ActionCOACH and I decided to fi nd out more. “During my due diligence, I spoke to several franchise partners including Lucy Cameron. She’d created the life I wanted – she still managed to have breakfast and dinner with her young kids whilst running a successful business. She was earning far better than a corporate salary, doing something she loved.”


Achieving cash rich and time rich One year into her business, Nin is still working hard but condenses her working hours between 9am and 3pm. “Since Millen has started school, I’ve been able to make


all the events parents are invited to, yet we have a good income, which I only expect to increase. “I’m coaching every other week and I intend to remain time rich while I plan to grow to £20,000 a month in the next six months. My longer-term vision is to have a team of employed coaches, people who match my core principles of being curious, humble, patient and kind. This opportunity is great for talented women who want a work-life balance, including single mums like me.”


If you like the sound of being cash rich and time rich, and you’re the kind of person who: A) loves learning and developing yourself B) has enjoyed success in your career or spot; and C) is willing to invest if they see substantial returns will be made… …then fi nd out more by watching the six-minute overview video at actioncoach.co.uk/overview l


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