I love that word — an·ni·hi·late. Don’t you?
According to the dictionary it means: “To destroy utterly; obliterate.”
If you have debt, doesn’t that sound appealing?
Technical speaking, getting out of debt is not complicated, but it helps to have a solid strategy.
But today’s message is a little different. Instead of “How to get out of debt,” today is about “Why.” Without the “Why,” the “How” doesn’t matter.
Only you can decide why it is important for you, but here is a simple reason:
Debt ruins lives.
At the very least, it lowers your quality of life.
It always has. It almost always will.
Please watch this brief video from my friend and colleague Jeff Rose.
The real reason for this brief article today was because I wanted you to see this short video.
When I saw it, I knew I had to share with you about the Debt Scholarships and the Debt Movement to pay off ten million in debt.
After watching that short video, please ask yourself this one question:
“Does the money you pay to creditors frustrate you more than the original happiness you were trying to find when you bought things on credit?”
The answer to that question can dramatically change how you view debt.
I’m going to keep this post short and sweet. I hope it inspires you to make paying off debt a priority.
If you are ready to get started, here are some options to get you going.
- Follow the 5 steps to paying off debt.
- Get involved in the Debt Movement and by clicking the “Join Us” button below.
- Post your plan to pay off debt in the comments. How much, when, and how. Studies show that publicly stating your goals increases your chances of achieving them.
If you’ve already paid off debt, please share about your success—we will find it inspiring.