Friday, November 22, 2013

A Taste of Friday with Violet James: 5 Simple Steps To Get Out of Debt

Welcome, Violet James!



By Violet James, MSM; Published by Maximum Potential, LLC; Date of Publication: 1-15-2013


INTRODUCTION


If you are one of the millions of people who have accumulated hundreds or even thousands of dollars of debt and want to successfully get control of your finances and live debt-free, then this simple, step-by-step plan is for you.  It is crucial to have a strategic plan with set goals on how to get out of debt if you want to be victorious in living debt-free. You are at a huge advantage because you now have all the tools you need to change your situation with this proven, debt reduction strategy plan. Those who have a plan and set goals have a significantly higher percentage rate of accomplishing their desired goals.  

Being in debt and owing money is very stressful and feels like you are carrying around a heavy burden.  It can affect your emotions, health and relationships in a negative way.  Also, if you are living paycheck to paycheck it can be very scary if you lose your job or something unexpected happens that causes the income to stop coming in. You are at a huge disadvantage when you owe money. You are at the mercy of the lender. A proverb states, “… the borrower is a servant to the lender.” (Proverbs 22:7).  It is important to make eliminating debt and being debt-free a priority so you can experience true financial freedom.  

In this book, you will have a step-by-step debt reduction plan to follow.  It is recommended that you take one step at a time and do the assignment/action plan for that step before you move on. When you have completed the steps and action plans, you will have control of your spending, have created a budget and have the skills to master your money. 

Let’s get started to financial freedom!
 
About the Author:
 
Violet James, MSM is an entrepreneur, marketing and business manager, award-winning web designer, and artist. She has over 20 years of experience in business consulting, marketing and management. For more information go to: www.NewSeasonPublishing.com

 

16 comments:

  1. I most certainly need to get this book! I need help badly with my debts.

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  2. Wow! This seems like a great book with some wonderful ideas.

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  3. Definitely would be a help to me! great ideas! JD Hoppe jdhoppe@yahoo.com

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  4. I need this help myself. I hope to get a financial plan in place. sweetkat758@aol.com

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  5. This would be a great gift to give someone Before the Christmas holiday! :)

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  6. this would be great for anyone as a great gift denise smith denise226@verizon.net

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  7. I've been trying to get out of debt on my own for over a year - and it's not working. I like that this is a step-by-step program, which sounds easy to follow. I also like that it's five steps and not ten or twenty. Thanks for the review.

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  8. this will help me get out of my debts

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  9. I read something about 10-15 years ago about being in debt and since then I have made a conscious decision to try not to have any debt I cut up my credit cards and now gave a debit card only, since I did I have managed to save a little before I couldn't save any so this is a great idea.

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  10. Debt stinks...but I'd like to see a way out of the poverty I and my son live in. We are really stuck.

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  11. It sounds to me like almost every person living in America could use this book. It is sad that this is the way we work, but look at our own government who are the leaders in this trend with spending way more money than what you have.I wish a miracle for every one of us who have that burden of debt weighing down on us. God Bless.

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  12. This would be great to read and helpful for my sister and mom

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  13. This is very helpful information...thank you!

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  14. I don't have any debt but my brother could really use this. Thanks for the review.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  15. This sounds like it has a lot of useful information for people.

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  16. Debt is a hard habit to kick but when things get hard we do start cutting back on things. I personally don't watch as much Tv as I have. Clipping coupons and finding deals on items we buy,always doing that. Thank you for the information. God bless you and keep you Amen.

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