Here's how to start getting control of your debt
FIRST: MAKE A PLAN
So you’re feeling motivated. That’s great, but it needs a little structure in order to make a difference.
If you really want to make a change, this workbook is a great place to start. It’s only $8 bucks and it will help you get focused, organize your information, and even has a few tips that you might find useful.
SECOND: FIND MORE MONEY
Paying off debt is all about finding ‘extra’ money (money that you’re not using for living your actual life).
But who has extra money? Well… maybe you do.
This step isn’t directly about your debt, but it will help soooo much. The more you can get in control of your daily cashflow, the more in touch you get with what you’re spending your money on every day… the more you’ll find little ‘extra’ bits you can throw at your debt.
Try this course. It’s AWESOME for getting you started on that journey.
THIRD: ONCE YOU HAVE A PLAN… STICK TO IT
Paying off your debt is probably going to take longer than your feeling of motivation will last.
That’s why you make a plan… so that when things get tough, you still know what you have to do.
The only way to climb a mountain is one step at a time, so keep taking those steps… and send me an email if you need a little encouragement – firstname.lastname@example.org
This guide should not be construed as official financial advice, but merely as information. Without speaking to you, or taking a look at your specific numbers I can’t know for sure what the best next step for you is.
If you’re interested in speaking with me and working together in a more formal capacity check out my WORK WITH ME page.