If you’re one of the millions of Americans grappling with debt, then you need to pay close attention because Mastering Your Debt is your ticket to reshaping your financial destiny.
For many, debt is more than a number on a personal balance sheet, it’s heavy, draining, and stressful.
But the good news is, your debt doesn’t define your worth. There’s a way out, and you can become debt-free.
You don’t have to be lucky, have a great job, or a perfect credit score to alter your relationship with debt.
But it does take a little work, and some introspection.
Mastering Your Debt gives you the tools you need to chisel away at your debt and then wipe it clear once and for all.
And upon completing the course, you’ll be empowering yourself to ensure that you remain debt-free for good.
Here’s the mantra: Get debt-free, stay debt-free. Forever.
Then you can go on living your life and setting yourself up for more financial freedom.
Maybe you’ve tried to sort out your debt, and given up. Maybe you don’t know where to start.
Or maybe you’re not stressed, but have that last nagging few thousand dollars you’d like to clean up…
Either way, Mastering Your Debt is a no-BS, no-babying course to help you get out from underneath the weight of crushing debt so you can be one step closer to a healthy, happy, stress-free financial life.
Enroll today in Mastering Your Debt and you’ll immediately discover:The first (and only) thing you need in place BEFORE you tackle any debt—regardless of interest rates.
4 brutally honest questions you must answer in order to start chopping down your debt.
How to embrace the freedom of a flexible approach to achieving a debt-free life.
A quick way to remove financially limiting beliefs—understanding how your debt doesn’t define your worth.
An easy cheat sheet for turning credit into a tool, not a constraint (works with good and bad credit).
The right steps to take to navigate negotiations with your creditors.
My recommendation for working out a payoff schedule that speeds up a debt-free life.
How to craft and stick to your own money principles so you don’t relapse into bad habits.
Lesson 1: Ask the hard questions
Lesson 2: Tally what you owe
Lesson 3: Analyze your relationship with money
Lesson 1: What’s a FICO score anyway?
Lesson 2: How to Find Your FICO Score
Lesson 3: Consequences of a Poor Credit History and Low FICO Score
Lesson 4: Cheat Sheet to Good Credit vs. Bad Credit
Lesson 1: The credit merry-go-round will make you puke
Lesson 2: Which debt do you pay off first?
Lesson 3: How to work out a payoff schedule
Lesson 4: Debt is a ransom—pay it, and you get your life back
Lesson 1: Negotiating with creditors yourself
Lesson 2: Getting help
Lesson 3: Debt consolidation and debt settlement
Lesson 4: The benefits and dangers of bankruptcy
Lesson 1: Commit to Owning Your Life
Lesson 2: Keep yourself on track
Worksheet: Your GOOD (Get Out Of Debt) Calculator