Freeman Financial Update – May 2024

Hey there, our valued community…

I hope this message finds you well amidst the bustling energy of this time of year. Today, I’m reaching out with a personal update that’s a bit unusual but important nonetheless.

Over the weekend, I had a little run-in with a clothes dryer and came out of the battle with a broken toe. While my initial thoughts were to brush it off as ‘not that bad,’ my surgeon presented a rather compelling case to take it seriously. And, given her expertise, I’m inclined to trust her judgment over my own.

Now, I know what you might be thinking: with the end of the financial year looming, everyone’s schedules are packed, and unexpected changes are less than ideal. But here’s my promise to you: we won’t let this hiccup disrupt our stride. I’m fully committed to ensuring that every meeting, every plan, and every project moves forward without a hitch.

To keep that promise, Zoom and Teams will become my trusty sidekicks, allowing us to keep our appointments and conversations flowing seamlessly. For matters that require a personal touch or hands-on implementation, fear not—I’ve got a plan for that, too.

Isaac will be supporting me and step in to bridge any gaps and ensure that everything runs smoothly. And let’s not forget Lynda and Emma, our ever-reliable support pillars, who are always ready to assist and guide you.

Together, we’re a team that’s more than capable of overcoming a stubbed toe (or a broken one, in this case). Our goal remains steadfast: to empower you and ensure you’re equipped with everything you need to make the most of this financial year as a Freeman Financial client.

I deeply appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we navigate this minor detour. Should you have any questions or need further clarification, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m just a call away and eager to chat whenever you need me to.

Thank you for being part of our journey and for trusting us. We look forward to continuing our partnership and reaching new heights together—broken toe and all.

Talk to you soon, and here’s to a successful end to the financial year!

Warm regards,

Peter Childe-Freeman