These days, having some level of personal debt is the norm:everyone you know has a credit card, a mortgage, a personal loan.And no matter your income level, the habits and behavioursassociated with accumulating debt are universal; once you're in it,you become trapped in a never-ending cycle of working, payingbills, working some more, paying more bills. You feel like you areworking for the bank (paying THEM interest on your debt), whenreally the bank should be working for you (paying YOU interest onyour savings). And because everyone's in this situation, weconsider it normal!
What people don't talk about is that not only can debt have anegative impact on your finances, it can also compromise yourpersonal wellbeing. This book shows you how to alter your mindsetso you can live a happier, healthier and less stressful life. Bybecoming aware of where your money is going you'll manage to cureyourself of the debt affliction and remain free of its grasp.
Life coach Tim Williamson, a former bank employee and debtcollector, shares his insider knowledge on how the financeindustries prey on people's behaviours in order to reap the mostmoney from personal loans and credit card debts. In just threehours you will learn the simplest way to shrug off the shackles ofdebt, and how to transform your attitudes and behaviours towardscredit so that you never get caught out again.
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About the Author
Tim Williamson has flown as a commercial pilot in threecountries. He is an experienced business owner, fitness coach,martial arts instructor and masseur with a passion for health,fitness and teaching.A car accident in 2002 saw him grounded from flying and unable tocontinue fitness coaching, so he has since studied many differentareas of business and personal development. He is a former bankemployee and debt collector.
Table of Contents
About the author.
1 You have to know where you're going.
2 Changing your financial behaviour.
3 Can you afford that?
4 How debt works.
5 The real cost of debt.
6 Taking action.
7 Breaking your credit addiction.
8 The trouble with refinancing.
9 Your future.