In this down economy, people are loosing hope. What ever happened to the old time dream of the United States having streets of gold? The dream that brought countless individuals to Ellis Island to see Lady Liberty and be a part of the land of opportunity?
I recently took my daughter to Motherhood and discovered the store will be closing in less than a week. To our surprise, there wasn’t even a “Going Out of Business” sign on any of the windows. Just word of mouth from a cashier saying, “We’ll be closing our doors on Wedneday.” She looked about she was at retirement age; and I was saddened that the woman, like many others, have placed their trust on relying in a business to rescue them from financial stress. Last I checked either people are happy they have a job that stresses them, because it pays the bills, or they wish they had a job. The reality is people are in situations that they are in because their skill brought them to where they are.
Here’s a fact, everyone is making more money today than they did at their very first job. So having a better job isn’t the solution to paying off debt. How can people decrease their debt? Tip #1: Consider what wastfeul expenses your money is going to because you turned a want into a need. To men and women, did you really need that emotional purchase is now hardly ever used? What item did you buy, that like a kid, gets discarded once the newness wears off? If you are a business owner, then I’m sure you know of at least one other business owner who had to sell something of theirs to keep their business doors open. I know that you’ve starved yourself of the items your profits use to create for you. Wherever you may be, if you are not looking for a little succes, let’s help you gain more skill that’s made to work.
Wolfgang Hermann paid off $5000 in 10 months because he cut about $10/day out his spending. Nate Ridgeway saved$250/month by stop going to Starbucks. Because he didn’t make excuses and changed his mindset. In two months, Tina Dean paid off $4100 of debt. Kimberly Keyton humbled herself, sold her car, and paid off $15,000 right away. Join the 168 people who paid off 14.1 million dollars in 13 months at First Steps to Success. If you want to gain the skills to make you successful, join war on debt team, and welcome aboard!!!
About the Author
The sole purpose of this website is to provide FREE resources for the faint at heart, and upgraded resources for those who want to make their life more dynamic. Arlene Summers is a single mother of four who was drowning in debt, and had no way of reasonably paying off that debt on her salary. Feeling like she was walking through life with a ton of bricks riding on her shoulders, and not wanting to rely on corporations to provide her with her financial worth, Arlene partnered up with individuals who aren't plagued by the bad economy. Within her first 10 months, she paid off over $5,000 of debt!!! Arlene's personal mission is to provide resources to help others to bring themselves to making the impossible dreams a reality!