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We cannot guarantee any results or outcomes if you choose to purchase any products, documents, programs or professional service offered on this website. As with any program, product or service that you purchase, your results may vary, and will be based on many variables, so therefore no guarantees can be made. You agree that Elephant Trainings’ employees or affiliates are not responsible for the success or failure of your personal life decisions, goals and relationships, business decisions, the increase or decrease of your finances or income level, your well being or the well being of your clients, or any other result or consequence of any kind that you may have as a result of information presented to you through our website, blog, social media, or our programs, products and services. You are solely responsible for the outcomes, consequences and results for your life, life choices, business, business clients and all other related aspects of your life, business and well being.

All coaching services and communication, email or otherwise, delivered by Elephant Training, as well as information on this website ( are meant to help you identify the areas in your life and in your thinking that may be preventing you from experiencing greater well-being and moving forward. Coaching is not a substitute for medical care where appropriate. Please do not come to the site, or request coaching for your broken arm as that’s out of my area of expertise!

Elephant Training is continually striving to ensure the standard of service provided to its clients remains excellent. At the end of the coaching process, or series of coaching sessions, the client will be asked to complete a feedback form.


Personal information or business information supplied by clients in coaching sessions will be treated as confidential. It will not be disclosed to any third party without the client’s prior permission, save where required by law or where action might be necessary to prevent harm to the client or someone else.