“The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.” — Henry David Thoreau
It’s easy to throw out excuses for what’s holding you back…
- I would workout more if I had my own personal trainer.
- I would be better at saving money, if I could just have a financial planner.
- I’m not as smart as someone else.
- If I had more energy, I would get more done.
We all like to fantasize and wish that we could have more. I get it. It’s easy.
Do you know what’s holding you back?
Aside from inaction, we simply don’t feel like we have the right tools to get things done.
You don’t have the same tools that the professionals do. Well, not yet.
You don’t feel like you have what it takes. It always feels like something is missing. That’s understandable.
I wanted to share a few tools that will help you save tons of money, prepare for the future, and finally figure out what’s going on with your money and your life.
There are tools that you need to save tons of money and get ahead.
Software to make your debt payment easier.
“If you think nobody cares if you’re alive, try missing a couple of car payments.” – Earl Wilson.
If you’re in debt, you need to deal with this first. Luckily, I covered everything that has to do with paying off debt fast. After going through the steps in that guide, you’ll be ready to finally make some improvements on your debt.
Are you investing your money? Do you want to know how to get started? I put together a colossal resource on how to start investing.
This will put things into perspective for you, if you happen to be feeling lost right now. The good news is that we all need to start somewhere.
Free checking account.
I have no idea why, but Capital One 360 is giving away $50 for free just for signing up. They really don’t need to do this. A free checking account will help you save money and manage your manage without any stress.
A hosting account if you want to get into business for yourself.
I promise you that you can take 20 minutes to build an online business or a blog to write about your cats.
So what do you have to lose?
I showed you exactly how to start an online business in the past. Many readers have launched successful blogs and side projects ever since that post went live.
I STRONGLY suggest reading this post, grabbing a cheap domain while you can, and getting something out there.
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A book to change your worldview.
It’s important for all of us to change how we think and view things.
A key tool is to grab a new book that covers lifestyle, business, or any sort of higher-level strategy. I would recommend:
- Never Eat Alone.
- The $100 Startup.
- I Will Teach You to Be Rich.
- The 4-Hour Workweek.
I personally think that you should check out my 4-Hour Workweek review to see if that’s a good book worth starting with for you.
My free gifts to you.
I’m going to give you all of the resources that you need.
You can have all of my premium guides for free.
Completely Conquer Your Credit.
You can finally conquer your credit. This guide will show you how to build credit, fix it, save up to buy a house in your 20s, and to not have to be embarrassed about having the credit score of a homeless ghost.
Start Freelancing Now.
Do you want to finally start freelancing? All you need to know about freelancing. You’ll see how to find your first paying client, how to manage trouble clients, and how to get things done as a freelancer.
Should I Buy or Rent?
As you can see, you get my guide to conquering credit, how to start freelancing, and deciding between buying and renting. All three of these guides are all yours.
What’s the catch here? You have to pretend that you paid for them. Treat these guides as products that you paid for. Nobody really values what they didn’t work for. You worked for these guides by being a loyal reader and trusting me with your email.
These are all of the tools that you have at your disposal to get ahead. There’s nothing stopping you now from saving money.