Personal Consulting and Coaching

The 90 for 90 offer:

90 for 90

A unique problem-solving solution from

Spring Point Services!

Are you dealing with a personal situation at home or at work you’re not sure how to handle? Do you wish you could run it by someone – a savvy professional with years of experience successfully helping people in situations like yours?

Plus, do you want to steer clear of “therapy” because you don’t want a label, or a code, or a diagnosis – or be forced to use insurance?

Do you want to consult with a skilled, thoughtful listener who can brainstorm with you, bring experience and wisdom to the situation, and help you decide how to move forward?

 The Solution: 90-for-90

90 minutes of professional consultation for only $90! 

  • Personal: You choose the situation to be addressed.

  • Uncomplicated:  No ongoing agreement or weekly visits.  One and done.

  • Affordable: A fraction of the cost of face-to-face consultation.

  • Convenient and Flexible: You select a mutually agreeable time… Slots available before or after normal work hours.

  • More convenientNo travel!  90 for 90 is as close as your nearest phone.
  • Bonus:  A 30-minute, follow-up session, at a time of your choosing.

Click on this audio to hear me explain 90 for 90: [display_podcast]


Many, many people have connected with Shaun Kieran and have benefited from his unique style of personal consultation. During his 30+ years providing professional services, he has helped people from all walks of life bring intelligence, emotional honesty, wisdom, and good practice to their personal and workplace situations.

If you or someone you know could benefit from this service, click here to learn more about it.  Or contact Shaun directly to inquire about this great opportunity!  All that’s required is an upfront payment of $90 for your one-time, 90-minute telephone session – an excellent value.

$90 for 90 minutes… plus an optional 30-minute follow-up call!

Don’t wait… click below to go directly to PayPal.

Shaun Kieran

 (207) 767-3864

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