My Blocker

by Myron A. Roshto
(Puyallup, Washington, USA)

My goal is to have a nice house with a decent size yard so that I can raise a good garden and enjoy life with my new wife.

My blocker was that my wife of 28+ years left me after my last tour in the Desert and was tired of the military. She left me with over $770,000 in debt and I am trying to find a way to get myself out of this financial hole she left me in.

My new wife loves to rock hunt, gold pan, and metal detect. But we lack any funds to even start out in these great adventures that you write about.

How do I go about to get through a blocker like this and start to enjoy life again?
V/R,
M.A.R.




Stan's response: First off Myron, you need to get your discretionary expenses cut to a minimum and ensure that your income is greater than your outgo.

Next step is to increase your income with several streams of residual income. Slowly, but surely, you can use your surplus income to both invest and also to continue to pay off debts.

Eventually, once your debts are paid off, you'll be able to live and travel freely from the residual income. We'll be getting into all of this in detail as we progress with our Training System.

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