Financial compensation for received advice and recommendations will be assessed for each individual case and will be indirect relevancy to the effective results of applying our advice and recommendations to the addressed issue.
Financial compensation will be the choice and responsibility of the individual or group receiving the advice and recommendations. All financial compensation and payments will be declared and a receipt will be provided.
This being an unconventional approach in our western society examples are provided:
If the issue is reducing or stop smoking. After a minimum of one session and maximum of five sessions, for a period of six months starting at the first session, the individual or group in question will be expected to calculate how many cigarettes were not smoked in comparison to before receiving our advice and recommendations. The amount of money that was not paid to the tobacco company in that specific period of time, we will expect to be our financial compensation for the advice and recommendations provided.
If the issue is weight-loss. In the beginning of the process a set price per kilo lost will be agreed with the individual or group. After a minimum of one session and a maximum of five sessions, for a period of one year starting at the first session the individual or group in question, will be asked to calculate the total of kilos lost in that specific period of time. The amount of lost kilos, multiplied by the agreed on set price, will be the expected financial compensation for the advice and recommendations provided.