Erasing Your Debt Can Make You Wealthy


erase-debtErasing Your Debt Can Make You Wealthy

If you have the desire to erase debt, you are already on your way to a wealthier lifestyle. The secret to pay off debt is relatively simple. You must make more and ensure that you spend less. Of course, this is much easier said than done. It is easy to accumulate debt, but, it is complicated to rid yourself of that debt. The main reason for this is that when you use credit to make a purchase, you end up making that purchase several times over because of the interest that is charged on the amount that you owe. As a result of this, you find yourself in a seemingly endless array of outstanding balances that only move a couple of dollars to the positive each month. If you are ready to erase debt – once and for all – you are taking a stand against the vicious cycle imposed by creditors. You are at a point where you are ready to take charge and do what is necessary to regain your life. Erasing your debt has the potential to make you wealthy – not only in a monetary sense, but, as it pertains to your personal happiness, too!

The first aspect of successfully engaging in the act of erasing debt is to consider the main reason why you accumulated the debt to begin with. Finding the root of the problem will help you in avoiding that problem in the future. One of the main reasons why people find themselves in debt is because they engage in excessive spending, despite the fact that their income does not support their spending habits. In other instances, the habits that we develop in life may result in our spending in an excessive manner. The third reason why many get stuck in a financial situation where they are ready to pay off debt is that they consistently search for happiness and contentment in purchasing services and items. That is, they turn their personal issues into a financial issue by excessively spending in order to reach their “happy place” in life. Unfortunately, most find that the place that they reach in their financial affairs is anything but happy.

When you are ready to erase debt, it is imperative to resolve the emotional problem associated with those debts. In doing so, you are more likely to come to a permanent solution. In most instances, money problems will not result in the accumulation of debt. Instead, it is behavior patterns and emotions that will result in the accumulation of debt. In order to pay off debt, you must avoid the temptation associated with credit. To avoid this challenge, you must be willing to address the behavioral and emotional reasons why you feel as if you must spend more than you make through the means of loans, credit cards, and other types of debts. By addressing the problem by the root, you are likely to experience positive, productive financial growth.

Once you have identified the behavioral and emotional reasons for your debt, you may then opt for new beliefs, opinions, and habits that will assist you in moving towards a wealthier lifestyle. Examples may include making a budget that is designed with appropriate spending limitations, based on your income and your financial obligations, tracking your spending habits, learning to curb spending on an emotional level, engaging in retail therapy, leaving credit cards in a locked and secured location, and acquiring a financial accountability partner. By taking these simple steps, you are engaging in actions that are sure to optimize the wealth that you experience in life. By committing to erase debt from your life, you are committing to experiencing wealth like you have never known before. You must remember, though, a lifetime of habits got you where you are and new habits must be formed to pay off debt, stay out of debt, and enjoy the rich lifestyle that you dream of….

Written by Jon the Saver

This post was written by yours truly, Jon Elder. My mission is to help you succeed in your personal finance life. Join me on the journey to financial freedom! You can subscribe through RSS FEED or EMAIL updates. You can also find me on TWITTER
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Jon the Saver

This post was written by yours truly, Jon Elder. My mission is to help you succeed in your personal finance life. Join me on the journey to financial freedom! You can subscribe through RSS FEED or EMAIL updates. You can also find me on TWITTER and FACEBOOK . Happy investing 🙂

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