Imagine never being stuck in debt again, never having debt control you, always having enough money to satisfy your needs. When you are ready to do something to create a more positive, debt free, wealthy future for yourself, the easy steps in this book will help guide you.
Being instinctively lazy, I see no point in working longer hours just to get out of debt ! Learn how you can easily buy what you need when you need it and take back control of your finances.
This book is for you if you like:
~ practical, stress free steps to living debt free & to learn easy ways to save money
~ to pay off your home loan, personal loan, or credit cards faster by simply changing a few of your habits
~ to protect your credit rating by massively reducing your debt
~ to better equip yourself to survive any future financial crisis
~ to learn from someone who lives what they teach, with fun methods that actually work
~ information written in plain English and presented in simple bight size pieces
Who else would benefit from reading this book:
~ essential reading for young adults learning how to manage their money and stay out of debt
~ parents looking to inspire & teach their children how to live a debt free life
~ family, or friends, helping a loved one who desperately needs to manage their money more effectively
This book is NOT for you if:
~ you want advanced and difficult strategies the average person won’t implement or understand
~ you think that reading, without action, will boost your savings and rescue you from drowning debt
Targeted Age Group:
This book was written to be easily understood by any age group. The information is provided in practical, easy to understand terms. What’s different about this book? Well, it promotes laziness (author smiles wickedly).
When you read the title of this book, “The Lazy Guide To Getting Out Of Debt & Saving Money” you may think it is not possible to be lazy and debt free. Well, I believe it is. So many people work their butts off in jobs they hate to pay for the stuff they have already bought, stuff they don’t always need or even use. They want it all now, new clothes, fancy home, big television, new car, exotic holidays. Who wouldn’t. Yet if you don’t have the cash to pay for it all now, and you are living off credit, how quickly will your debt get out of control and consume you?
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Just start. Write whatever comes to mind, notes, inspiration, research, quotes. Get it all down in your word processing program. Don’t try to start at the beginning and write the perfect book first up, that’s what editing is for. Just get it all down, and then edit edit edit. Move paragraphs around, delete some, rewrite others.
Last but not least, proofread until you are bored to tears, leave it a few weeks, and proofread again. Repeat, repeat, repeat.
Oh and enjoy the process.
L G Durand is a non-fiction author and publisher. Their inspiration for writing is to help people achieve their dreams of financial security and prosperity. L G Durand offers a number of exciting tools and techniques for readers to save money, and get free stuff, helping them to rapidly reduce their debts. They are an expert at saving money, having spent a lifetime honing their skills in money management.
I started writing this book out of frustration, hearing so many people claim they have no money yet seeing the obvious reasons why they were in a financial mess. I thought money management was common sense, problem is, it turns out common sense isn’t all that common.
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