Do you ever wonder why you can't make progress on this money stuff? Does it seem that no matter what you try or what you do, you just can't seem to get ahead?
That's frustrating, and I know because I've been there.
Nobody wants to be broke. Nobody in their right mind chooses that, because being broke stinks.
Over the years I began to see a recurring theme with my members, many of them had the same bad money habits that were keeping them broke, and in many cases, making their situations worse.
Today I want to give you a guide that lists the top ten things that are keeping most people broke. When you read through this list, you may find that you too have some of these red flags, don't panic! The first step to fixing any bad habit is identifying it.
Now why did I create this guide? Well, being broke is normal in our society. So normal that most people don’t even realize how broke they are. It’s normal to have car payments, student loans, credit cards, and mortgages. Living paycheck-to-paycheck is normal. It’s normal to have hardly any savings for a rainy day.
Normal is broke!
It's our mission to provide hope, education, and direction on personal finance. Part of that education is helping people to become more aware of their financial situation. Becoming aware provides them the opportunity to make changes that will eventually allow them to live the life they have always imagined.
Full disclosure, I'm guilty as well. I used to have these same bad habits, and I found myself where many people find themselves today—BROKE! But there is hope! I was able to fix these habits and I now live completely debt free, and you can do this too.
Understanding your bad habits is a great start, but how do you fix these habits and begin to turn things around? Well that's what our blog and videos are all about, we want to take away all the confusion and make it easy to get started.
So over the course of the coming weeks and months, we’re going to be sharing some fantastic tips to help you on your journey to a stree-free and debt-free life.
Sound good? Let’s get started! Download the FREE guide here!
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