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The “Get Out of Debt Permanently” Plan

Get out debt quickly and permanently(for all time), others call it to lose your debt obligation, dump the loan obligation load, some call it management of debt obligation, others call it to dispose off the obligation. These terms mean something very similar and you need to get the correct attitude, build up another behavior to […]

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How To Manage Student Loan Debt

What is Debt and How Much It Costs You

“Your giant, your obstacle, your problem is a gateway to your significance and promotion” Rick Godwin The are two kinds of people, those who earn interest and others who pay it, unfortunately those who pay it, do not understand the value of it, because they are ignorant” Albert Einstein My description of Debt can be […]

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Needs vs Wants

My favourite and the most controversial topic of all times, as I observe and experience how consumers justify prioritizing wants over basic needs and so, we will explore these two variables concepts, that I can vouch, almost, always, get consumers into serious financial trouble. “Bare necessities of life, the simple bare necessities, forget about your […]

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Investing In Rental Properties Made Easy

Your Role in the Financial World

“Life begins when you get out of the grandstand into the game – be a player. Life is not a spectator sports – get into the game, love the game, get dirty, make mistakes, take knocks, train hard, play hard, make your mind strong, make it better.” Anonymous We are meant to hold decent conversations […]

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How Past Strongholds Can Hold You Back

How our “past strongholds” eventually landed us with “negative messages” reigning in our mind is the question we will explore in this post. We will revisit and understand the past. For us to move forward, we need to review what went wrong (not in a judgemental fashion); so that we can re-programme our new messaging which will help start working on our mind and speaking positive words. This will lead to a new learnt  behaviour and this. my friend. is a journey. Like anything worthwhile it takes time and is not a quick fix. Let us take a journey from my own personal financial rear view mirror (past). […]

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