One-to-Ones can be arranged at almost any fairly quiet place, be it a café or hotel bar, a coffee shop, or at a place of residence. The only requirement is that it is easy for Nick to get to.
The cost of a One-to-One meeting with Nick is only £60.00* for a maximum of 3 hours. (And this is the same for two people; in fact it can help if both parties in a relationship are
present.) And if meeting at a venue which requires the purchase of drinks such as teas and coffees, we would ask that these are added to the above cost.
Before arranging a meeting
While anyone may request a meeting with Nick, Nick's books provide a detailed description of Nick's approach and teaching, and it can often prove helpful to read these first. Books
Requesting a meeting
If you would like to request a One-to-One meeting with Nick it would help to have an idea in mind as to possible venues. Nick's partner Sally would usually be present too. Meetings can be arranged around normal working hours if required. Nick is in Woking in Surrey during the week and often near Chichester in West Sussex at the weekends.
Woking has very good train links and is on the main line between Portsmouth and London Waterloo. There are also several public car parks in and around the town centre. If a meeting is to be held in Woking, a location we have used previously in the evenings is the Hilton near the town centre, where there is a relatively quiet area with tables and seating near the restaurant/bar area. Once a date and time is agreed, Nick will try to arrange for a table to be reserved for the meeting.
Address: Crimson Hotel by Hilton, Victoria Way, Woking, Surrey, GU21 8EW. website: http://crimsonhotels.com/dtwoking/
If meeting during the day then there is a far greater choice of venues.
Sally, Nick's partner, is also usually present and willing to share some of her own experiences as appropriate, which offers an alternative perspective and can be very helpful to single people and couples alike.
Please contact us to arrange a meeting and confirm details.
* Note: the value of £60 for the meeting has been reached in an attempt to balance affordability (to be accessible to as many people as possible) with a high enough cost so as to instil a feeling in the person that the meeting has some value, both in what has been given to them as well as in what they have received.
Having said the above, it is understood that in the UK the cost of a normal tradesman is often in excess of £40 per hour, and to employ the expertise of a senior consultant and expert in their field can be several £100 per hour, so £60 for up to 3 hours considering what is on offer is perhaps very reasonable in comparison. But despite this, it is not unusual for a person at the end of the meeting, when all their questions have been answered, and they state how great it's been, to then haggle over what to pay.
The meeting is always relaxed and light-hearted; more like friends having a chat over a coffee than a formal meeting. But please do understand that Nick is still giving up his time and sharing his experience, and as low as the amount is (relatively speaking), the payment is your opportunity to express gratitude and appreciation for what you have received, not to try to get a bargain.