Disclaimer – (It’s Boring But I’ve Got To Say It)

jo casey disclaimer

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The stuff you need to know.

I'm an experienced trainer and coach. I know some stuff about psychology and have a few letters after my name. I’m an expert at what I do. I’ve got the street cred. The experience. The skills. And the qualifications.

However, we should probably give a group nod to the fact that I am not a licensed psychologist, therapist, health care professional or MBA trained business consultant, and my services don’t replace the care of psychologists, therapist, other healthcare professionals or MBA trained business consultants. (Though I do own a pretty impressive brown leather couch, thankyouverymuch.)

With that comes the standard eye-glaze inducing disclaimer that, no, I cannot actually guarantee the outcome of any coaching  and/or recommendations on my website/blog/email series, and my comments about the outcome are expressions of (my very personal) opinion only. I can guarantee you this, however: I will do my best to teach and coach you, and I’ll do everything in my power to help.

My blog is a resource guide for educational and informational purposes.  To write my articles, I use my experiences, the experiences of others and various other resources including but not limited to the wild wild web, the Encyclopedia Britannica (what? you didn’t buy the extended library collection of 1989?) and/or The Bible. That said, my advice doesn’t come with any guarantees. By visiting this site, you’re essentially signing a contract that says that you understand that I make no guarantees, and you won’t try to sue me or report me to the government. Because that? Would be awkward.

The client testimonials and examples on this website are results specific and personal to those individuals, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. Seriously, I make every effort to accurately represent my products and services and their possible potential. But here's the kicker....

Each individual’s success depends on his or her desire, dedication, circumstances, actions, mindset and belief system. There is no guarantee you will duplicate any of the results stated here and your path to success may look different.

Finally, ALL of the content on this site, including materials included as part of my programs are consists of Copyrighted Works and protected under International Copyright Law.

All rights in and to the Content is reserved and retained by the Providers.

You are not granted a license or any other right including without limitation under Copyright, Trademark, Patent or other Intellectual Property Rights in or to the Content, other than as specified in these Terms and Conditions.

dis·claim·er

noun

1. The act of disclaiming; the renouncing, repudiating, or denying of a claim; disavowal.
2. A person who disclaims.
3. A statement, document, or assertion that disclaims responsibility, affiliation, etc.; disavowal; denial.