“Money has one purpose. It’s to buy choices. But you must first understand those choices if you ever hope to recognize their inherent opportunities.”   Mickey Mikeworth

Our consulting services help address your most critical challenges and opportunities for the future: planning, strategy, integration, philanthropy and defined intent.

But we’re not just consultants here. We’re sleuths, tacticians and prosperity-builders, who bring a remarkably deep and functional expertise to resource innovation. We clear a path to attract wealth faster and help maintain sustainable growth. That is to say, we see what others frequently miss.

Though we tailor-make our services, we often work with clients in five main areas:


Our guiding model for personal planning is that money has one purpose: to buy choices. And it’s our job as strategists to help you recognize the choices available to you. Some of these choices will inevitably be better than others, but we’ll guide you through the process of finding those most aligned with your value system. In our opinion, personal planning that specifically works on financial strategy should never go against your values or vision in life.

On average, clients looking for personal planning and financial strategy hire us anywhere from 2 to 10 hours a year. We can meet in person, over the phone or via Skype. If anything, we’re more than flexible.


Our business clients come to us for a variety of reasons. Some want entry-level CFO strategy, internal systems, performance improvements or program evaluations, while others want to know specifically how strategy applies to the 10 main areas managed by a CFO. But the one thing they all have in common is a willingness to work with a specific business model — a business model that involves deeply investing in culture. Our goal is to work as a team to build toward a defined outcome, and we need the right culture in place, as it will affect the trajectory of business growth.

On average, clients seeking business consulting and strategy hire us anywhere from 12 to 200 hours a year, depending on business size. Traditionally, we hold at least four in-person meetings a year with business clients, and then at least another four meetings a year onsite at their place of business.

Executive Outreach

Earning capacity and pay structure are the largest financial tools at an executive’s disposal. With our executive outreach clients, we serve as an independent resource on strategy, helping you develop a prosperity mindset that’s autonomous from your organization. This autonomy in ideas and thought can help better direct strategy for your own career, for your own teams and for your own life. And let’s not forget about those occasions when you need to transition from one job to the next. In short, we develop a deeply personal strategic alliance to help integrate all aspects of your life to create prosperity-based changes.

On average, our executive outreach clients use anywhere from 24 to 45 hours a year for executive strategy. Like our personal clients, this can be done in person, over the phone or via Skype.


Our nonprofit clients traditionally come to us for financial strategies relating to donor relationships, internal investment opportunities and labor or volunteer system development. We work with nonprofits to create detailed plans — most of which involve their financial futures. The majority of our nonprofit clients have been delivering their services for more than 5 years, but please feel free to contact us if you’ve been in business for less time.

Nonprofit organizations traditionally spend 15 to 45 hours with us annually. Again, you can choose to meet in person, over the phone or via Skype.


Mickey (as in Mikeworth) handles all our speaking engagements. She talks on a variety of topics, but they all traditionally revolve around the prosperity mindset: the prosperity movement, the language of prosperity, the difficulties on working within a prosperity business model, the opportunities of working within the prosperity business model and so on. Any company, organization or institution looking to actively engage in prosperity-based change is our ideal client.

Scheduling for talks is usually made a year in advance.

At Mikeworth Consulting, we have a persistency factor of 98%, meaning that 98% of our clients were with us the previous year. This doesn’t mean we don’t take on new clients. It’s just a bit more difficult to get time.