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A brand new start to making life even more amazing.
This could mean getting a better job or applying for a promotion. You may also be diving deeper into self-employment. Or, perhaps, you’re thinking that now is the time to launch out and start a business of your own. Wherever you are in the mix, you likely have some personal or business financial goals that you want to meet.
Ready to get going? Follow Steven Covey’s advice and “Start with the end in mind”.
Sounds simple, right? But it’s not always an easy task. Just ask anyone whose relying heavily on debt to stay afloat. Like the business owner who takes a cash advance to make company payroll or the contractor who uses credit cards as working capital. It can be quite a challenge turning your spending habits around. The good news is the right plan can make it happen.
Recently, I was as a panelist for an online conference where I shared my story of being a recovering shop-a-holic and overcoming financial depression. I had such a good time with the host and participants that I want to give you a peek into the After Party. In this video, I share eight of my secrets to eliminating debts. Be sure to grab a pen and paper to jot down notes.
Now that you’ve had a chance to take notes, tell me, did you find the tips useful? What’s one strategy that you can use to reach your financial goals this year?