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  1. Thanks Hazlo, inspiring to get people out of debt is always good thing. Let’s go

      1. LeQuinte L Long says:

        Thank You for this Plan to strategically get out of debt. We are not just hearing about this but you actually Present an awesome plan

      2. Lequinte,
        A plan is a guarantee that someone is willing to take the leap of faith and move from an uncomfortable comfort zone.
        I am so excited to read this from you.

  2. Yes Ankita, we all know someone who is suffocating under the burden of bad debt.
    I would love to see your feedback on Amazon once you read the book. Xo Xo

  3. Do you have a good example of how this book might be able to help those that find themselves in this situation? Because debt is a problem for a lot of people, especially those with mental and physical health problems. It’d be nice to see a good example so people have an idea of how it could benefit them to buy it

    1. Thank you for highlighting this.
      The best example to be debt-free is to STOP accumulating ‘bad’ debt and crawl outta its burden now.
      Learn the lifestyle changes, habits, and sacrifices to take for your way out, conquer debt, and stay debt-free for life.

  4. With so many people drowning in debt in our society, this book is a life raft for those suffering. I dug into the free sample a bit, and the advice contained just in that little piece is valuable. I can imagine the rest of the ebook can really help someone who’s struggling move forward in life and get out of debt.

    It’s not easy, but as you say, YOU are the one who can get yourself out. You can use other resources around you, but ultimately it’s up to you. So, I think people who are in debt can certainly benefit from taking the first step and reading this book to lay the groundwork for being debt free. Nicely done!

    1. Anthony,
      Having a ‘debt problem’ is not the same as having ‘bad debts.’
      But even on a low income, if you tap into your will power to change, you can destroy the hold of bad debt fast. Following the principles in the book and taking action on the tools to help on a debt-free journey leads to taking back the power to control money, finances, and their derivatives.
      Money is man-made. Thus, it should not hold anyone captive.
      My twin sibling and I love your support.

  5. What a great “eye-opening” post for so many people across the globe. Getting into debt is…oh, so easy. Yet, when the time comes to start paying it back..the struggles begin. Hopefully, things will begin to turn around for those struggling, once they read your eBook. Thank you for sharing such a sensitive and popular subject.

    1. Brenda,
      You are right, DEBT is a sensitive subject. We sweep it under the carpet hoping to wake up tomorrow and find that it is all gone away for good.
      Before long, years pass, the debt burden rises higher.
      It is feedback like this that gives us the strength and sustenance to forge forward.
      We are excited about this opportunity to be of help and teach others how to flip their lives from ‘bad’ debt to freedom.
      xo xo xo

  6. Debt is such a crippling thing for so many, thanks for sharing such great tips to help people in need Emma. You should be so proud of the impact you are having, it’s a privilege to know you. K

    1. Hey Kim,
      I am excited to see your feedback here.
      There is no greater joy in seeing a life tuned around from the grip of ‘bad’ debt.
      I would love to see you share so that another life is rescued from this scourge.
      What an exciting journey to be part of!

  7. These are all such great tips for getting out of debt! Thank you so much for sharing!

    1. Charity,
      We appreciate your feedback.
      Let us know how we could be of more value to you.
      H. E. & E. D.

  8. I am fortunate enough to live completely debt free, but I know so many people who live exactly as you have described. I know that your ebook will be a benefit to many. Nice work.

    1. Brooke, It is wonderful to have you share with us.
      I am sure that someone reading this will take a leap to be debt free too.

  9. This is such a great affordable offer, I am sure it can help many people. I honestly think schools should teach kids how to be smart about finances. I know we are trying to teach our kids the basics of it. Being in debt is such a stressful and horrible feeling. Good for you for making this available for people who needs it.

    1. Madi,
      I completely agree with you on teaching kids on smart financial decisions.
      If financial intelligence and money matters are incorported in curriculums in schools, we would have given our children the best investment to be successful in life, because they be better equippted to learn how make sound financial decisions from very early in life.
      No one needs suffocate under the burden of bad debts.
      xo xo

  10. This sounds like a really useful book – money is the thing that stresses me out the most and debt certainly doesn’t help! I’m sure this will help many people.

    1. Hannah,
      Money makes the world go round while debt is an all complicated story all together.
      You are not alone.
      Doesn’t it surprise you that all economies of the world run on debt and are ‘successful’ but personal ‘bad’ debt seems to get one into a deeper hole? The truth that is hidden in bare sight is that money is created by debt in today’s economy. The whole system requires that lots of people be in debt all the time. Economies benefit from deficit spending because it drives economic growth and stability. What an irony?

      The balance is to getting out of the nose trap of personal debt, use credit wisely, make better investment choices and stick to a personal budget with a steady expenditure all year round.
      Love your feedback.😊
      You got this.
      H E

  11. Oh, we’re ecstatic to see you here.🥰
    Feel free to see other winsome writeups as you peruse through the blog archives.
    H Emma

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