It’s hard to build a mountain when you keep digging holes.

Today, for Money Monday, I dedicate this post to credit cards.
Credit Cards.
Oh how I loathe thee.

I am putting the average American Credit Card user on notice – >
If you have to put something on a credit card – you can’t afford it. When it comes down to it, if you’re putting the new stove or sofa on a credit card (or even worse, a store credit card) then you really shouldn’t be buying that item at all. Remember, back in the day people used to do this crazy thing called “saving.” Today, we’re all about instant gratification. Buy now, pay later. And by the time we’re finished paying something off, it’s time to get a new one. The cycle never ends.

There is no need for you to be spending beyond your means anymore and digging a bigger hole. You want to build mountains of wealth!

You can do it!

Use the chart:

Rank your cards to which one you are going to pay off first, then PAY IT OFF!

Don’t be a slave to the banks any more!

For more information on how to get out of debt and free yourself, buy my book on How to Create Wealth (Available in paperback through my store and on Amazon).

And start making mountains out of mole-hills.


2 thoughts on “It’s hard to build a mountain when you keep digging holes.

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