Are You Ready To Pay Off Debt Without Struggling?

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A year ago, Allie Grotteland, RN, was frustrated with her life. Overwhelmed by $36,000 of student loan and credit card debt and no savings, she felt hopeless.  Fast forward to today –- and she has managed to pay off that $36,000 of debt and save $10,000 for her wedding.

She’s now helping others get themselves out of debt with her new course, The 3 Phases to Financial Freedom. 3 takeaways from the conversation Start with gratitude for the debt and what it has help you to achieve.

Pay yourself first. If you’re paying everyone else first, you’ll never get ahead. Make a plan and don’t give up. If you make a mistake, dust yourself off, and find another way that works for you.

After moving across country with no savings to take her dream job, Allie was awakened to the real world of life after college. With $36,000 in student loan debt she found herself constantly working overtime to just barely make ends meet.

Frustrated and overwhelmed, Allie decided there had to be a better way to get out of debt without sacrificing everything. She went on a search for that way, and after some trial and error, she found it. Within 12 months, Allie Grotteland, paid off the $36,000 in debt and save $10,000 for her wedding. As you listen to this episode, you’ll find out how she did it.

Links The Latte Factor, https://amzn.to/34zkhCU

Profit First, https://amzn.to/2ZIFtrC

Dave Ramsey https://www.daveramsey.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI8rz9q_jB5AIVC1YMCh1XIAUoEAAYASAAEgJ0MfD_BwE Confidence Activated. http://ca.confidenceactivated.com/

The 3 Phases to Financial Freedom https://www.waitlistr.com/lists/bc4e717f/3-phases-to-financal-freedom

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