Pay Off Your Debt Challenge

Pay Off Your Debt Challenge

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Create a simple plan of attack so you can pay off all your debt quickly with the Pay Off Your Debt Challenge! 

The challenge includes

  • A powerful workbook with step-by-step videos explaining how to create your simple and effective plan to pay off debt quickly. 
  • Videos with tips on how to pay down the debt quicker
  • Success stories from other women who've paid off their debt
  • Additional resources

You'll finish the challenge...

Knowing what debt to pay off first and what's next

Finding extra money to throw at the debt.

Tracking your progress so you can stay motivated. 

Pay Off Your Debt Challenge workbook and videos are a digital product. You will receive access instructions immediately upon purchase and the access instructions will also be emailed to you. 

Lifetime access.

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Following the system and making strides!

I applied the information in the "Change Your Finances" program and immediately began seeing results. The step-by-step guidance is easy to follow and implement. The success already seen in just a few weeks is incredible. I highly recommend this program!

It helped me get through a slow month!

My income is so inconsistent, but you shared a lot of really great information and that has stuck with me. We had a slow month recently and I remember you saying that it's ok to sell your things and to look at what you need to do to make more money. To ask God to help you and He will bless you with ideas and opportunities. That helped me get through the slow month!

Over $2000 per month- blown away.

Over $2000 per month- blown away. I just totaled my 5 days and it’s $2319.73 per month - such good information and awareness of my horrible spending habits!!!

Thank you for this challenge

Thank you for this challenge. I turnd my heat/air completely off in the month of October. My estimated savings bill will be around 100 or more. I lower my heat to 67. I'm cold natured, but I tough it out. Unplugged lots of things when not in use. I never even thought to do this. Who knew. I plan my weekly menu and write out a grocery list. I stick to the list. I use cash to pay for my groceries. When the money is gone I can't spend anything more. I batch cook on weekends to not only save time but also money. I buy several things through a co-op in bulk. It may seem like a lot up front but in the long run it is worth it

I didn't expect to save so much

I think so, I didn't expect to save so much. I think I'll go up to $200!