Marathon training is like Marching Toward Debt Freedom.
When I first began training for this marathon, the training plan called for short three mile and four mile runs. It was easy. Piece of cake. No problems.
Fast forward to two months later. The training plan now says that I have to run 17 miles on Friday. Not easy. Horrible. Why did I ever commit to do this?
That is how a lot of Debt Freedom Marches go. In the beginning, we are all pumped up and ready to attack our debt. The debt is going down! We are going to body-slam the debt to the ground and call Capital One and tell them that they OWE YOU $0.26 and you are going to charge them a $35 late fee! It is easy. Piece of cake. No problems.
Fast forward twelve months. The debt is going down, but slower than we wanted it to. An illness and some medical bills have severely slowed the Debt Freedom March. The car has broken down not once, but twice! A new car drives by. It could be yours with just a few strokes of a pen and a big pile of new debt. Not easy. Horrible. Not fun.
But then the day of the marathon shows up. You have trained. You have persevered. You are in the best physical condition of your life. The race goes beautifully, and you FINISH! The feeling is INCREDIBLE!
That is EXACTLY how it feels when you emerge from your Debt Freedom March with ZERO DEBT. It is awesome! You have finished what you started out to do! You have freed up a huge portion of your income that you can now give, save, spend, and invest like never before. The feeling is INCREDIBLE!
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