Want to know how to get out of debt UK style? Then you’ve come to the right place.
My book, How to Get Out of Debt, is now available for purchase. I’m so excited to pass on everything I know on this subject to my readers.
When I first started paying off debt, I realised that there were few resources for those based in the UK. The USA boasts a wealth of advice from Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruz, Chris Hogan and so many other others. In the UK, we have Martin Lewis. However, Martin’s expertise lies with being financially savvy rather than getting out of debt specifically.
So I found myself developing my own strategy, a mixture of mental techniques and practical steps. Using these, I paid off the full £16,000 that I owed in one year. Now I’ve turned this strategy into a book for others to follow.
What is covered in How to Get Out of Debt?
This book will take you through everything you need to complete your debt payoff and fix your finances for good.
Your debt payoff starts with getting into the right money mindset, harnessing motivation and addressing toxic behaviour. Then, you move on to taking practical action.
You’ll compile a debt list and then put together a budget. You will then focus on improving your finances, saving and overpaying debt.
At the end of each stage in the book, readers complete an exercise to help them get fired up and inspired to start. These motivational techniques are invaluable for anyone who needs that push to get started.
Does the strategy in How to Get Out of Debt work?
This was the strategy I followed to pay off £16,000 in one year, so I can confirm it does work! This is how to get out of debt UK style.
Now that I’m debt free, I interact with a lot of UK-based people who have started or want to start improving their finances. While everyone understands that paying off debt is a matter of making repayments, very few consider how important mindset is.
Time and time again, I see people who tackle their debt with enthusiasm at the beginning, but quit soon after when they get burnt out.
The reason many people fail to get out of debt is because they don’t consider the mental aspects of the journey. It’s requires getting into the right money mindset, taking steps to address negative patterns, and staying motivated. When you don’t consider these as a part of your plan, you are setting yourself up for failure.
The strategy in this book works because it acknowledges how important mindset is. It is a tried, tested and winning method. For anyone trying to get out of debt, this book is your support system.
Is the book worth the investment?
Yes- particularly if you are paying interest on your debts. Making a small investment of £1.99 for my eBook, or £4.59 for the paperback, and following the steps, can see you save a fortune as you start decreasing your debts.
In two years, my net worth has increased by £45,000. As a UK-based thirty-something working two days per week, that’s pretty decent. What’s changed in that time? I started investing in developing myself, increasing my financial knowledge and learning how to get ahead.
Basically, I took action. Without taking steps to get out of debt, and merely wishing that I didn’t have debt, nothing would have changed.
So if you want to start getting out of debt, take action today and buy the book that will get you there.
This book is going to help you get out of debt, so it’s well worth the investment.
Wanna be debt free?
Click here to purchase on Amazon, or alternatively you can get the eBook for free by signing up to Kindle Unlimited’s free trial if you are a new customer (don’t forget to cancel if you don’t want to be charged!).
You can also purchase a hard copy directly from my site here.
One year from now, you’ll wish you started paying off debt today, so take action now and get started 🙂