Well, that escalated quickly.
Have you ever checked your student loan account or credit card statement and had that moment of panic where you felt like, "Oh, holy [email protected]#% what have I done?"
When I woke up to the reality of having $35,000 in debt, I went running for Ben & Jerry's.
Then I got mad.
Have you ever felt this way?
🙈 You would rather not look at how much debt you have because it's overwhelming.
☠ You worry that debt is going to consume your finances.
👀 Your way of budgeting includes checking your bank account every day.
💸 You put personal finances on the back burner -- you make enough money to get by.
😤 You feel like you don't fully have control over your budget and it's extremely frustrating.
If you want to treat yo'self the way Kanye treats Kanye, it all starts with a debt-free mindset.
Discipline and grit taught me how to watch every single penny I was earning and in just two and a half years, I paid off that $35,000 debt making an average of $37,000 per year in salary. And I believe you can do it, too!
I believe the millennial generation can live a fully debt-free life if they educate themselves early and with a little money discipline, we can enjoy luxury without the loan.
Ready to create a debt-free mindset?
So, here's the sitch:
Inside the Debt Free Mindset Mini Course, you'll learn why mindset keeps people in debt and how to control your thought process to tackle your finances head on:
LECTURE 1: How Your Childhood Affects Your Outlook On Finances
LECTURE 2: Why Money Makes People Emotional
LECTURE 3: What To Do To Stop FOMO
BONUS AUDIO: How To Grit Right With A Focused Debt-Free Mindset
This FREE mini course will teach you how to set your mind for riches and start your debt-free journey. Stop telling yourself you'll never get ahead with money. I believe you CAN get ahead and that your financial destiny is within reach. You just need a little push from a fellow millennial who has been there.
Ready to make some changes this year? See you inside the course.
From debt kicking to dream living,
By the age of 25, Justine Nelson had paid off $35,000 in student loan debt making an average of $37,000 per year. Grit, discipline and a motivation to kick debt's ass for good helped her achieve this goal within two and a half years. Now, she's sharing her strategies and tips with fellow millennials on how to get out of debt, budget without the bitching, and ultimately change your financial future. She believes millennials work too damn hard to be broke all the time and that credit card companies and banks are feeding lies about the way millennials should live. A Kansas City native, this Midwest millennial broke out of debt's chains and now resides in San Diego, California with her husband living the DINK life (Dual Income, No Kids).
"Loved the first video! My husband and I had some good convo afterward about how we grew up and our money personalities now."
- Kim Bird