3 Essential Steps for Breaking the Cycle of Debt
There Is No Prize Without A Price.
One human trait that can help or harm you, depending on the circumstance, is being in a crowd. Though you may be safe from harm in a crowd, your uniqueness can also disappear if you are heading in the same direction as everyone else.
This herd mentality can really harm you when it comes to finances but how to overcome it is what this book is about.
A lot of people wander into debt but very few ever wander out of it. You have to be intentional about it. Becoming financially free is simple but it is not easy. If it was easy, everyone would do it. There is a price to be paid.
The willingness to pay the price is what separates winners from losers. The starting point of all achievement is desire. Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. How would you achieve yours when you are financially strapped down by debt?
You need to ‘happen’ to your money instead of money problems happening to you. Many people don’t pay attention until they end up in a ditch of debt, despair, and desperation. Ask yourself “where do I want to be in 10 years' time?”
The Price of Financial Freedom will inform you of what price you may have to pay to attain financial freedom. Would you pay the price that it would take to be financially free? It will help you make the shift FROM POVERTY thinking, speaking, or behaviour to ABUNDANCE and from BONDAGE to FREEDOM.
Financial freedom is a choice and your responsibility. If you are ready to pay the price, the rewards are all yours.
Tolu Omoleigho wrote:
What a piece!
As a psychiatrist and a strong believer in the efficacy of the Word of God, I admire Niyi’s approach in this book. He has a balanced blend of biblical principles on how to bring about financial freedom. Your thoughts and your words influence your choices, attitudes, and behaviour. Niyi has drawn in a wealth of knowledge in this book. It is highly recommended.
This book is packed with powerful thoughts and advice; delivered through simple stories that can enable anyone to learn a lot from it.
Niyi has written the book in a manner to generate a deep thinking process for all by maintaining the simplicity of the language throughout the book for example, “If you are casual about your freedom, you will become a casualty”. In this regard, the book will perfectly serve the purpose of infusing positive thoughts of becoming debt-free. I strongly recommend this book. Don’t miss out!