OK – pardon me while I jump up and down and have a general fit of craziness!

Here's the deal.  You all know that I am on a crusade to help others with their finances.  You all know that I have met with over 300 people in the last eight months helping them put together a plan to win financially.  You all know that I have been traveling around teaching the "Financial Learning Experience".  You all know that I am on a quest to teach 100,000 people over the next five years.

Well, I am on this crusade because this stuff works!!!

Here is the latest example:

A man came in to my office last October, and we put together a plan for his finances.  When we calculated his DEBT FREEDOM DATE, it showed that he would be debt-free in July 2009.  Guess what?  His world has been rocked.  He is on a mission to achieve freedom from debt, and he is now on pace to become debt-free in January 2009!!!!  That is SIX MONTHS sooner.

Folks, let me put it to you this way, in the EIGHT MONTHS that he has been working towards debt freedom, he has GAINED fourteen  months!!!

That's what happens when you apply the first rule of holes to your debt – "When you are in a hole, STOP DIGGING!!!"

Way to go, man!  You pump me up!


  1. jane on June 21, 2007 at 7:16 pm

    hey joe…you need to check out my post from Wed…. God is stretching the Tide and I found $100 in my envelope this week that I didn’t know was there! God is SOOOOO good! I am so amazed at how God is showing me that if I trust and obey, He WILL do awesome things! Being prepared is what God is teaching me now… in SOOOO many areas. Thanks for your dedication to your ministry! You rock! Jane

  2. Gretch-A-Sketch on June 21, 2007 at 9:34 pm

    This is exciting stuff…..and this is coming from a person in financial disaster! I am a single parent with a decently low income. (not to say I am not blessed with what I have..I am) But financial freedom? I am not sure I will ever get there. Uggggg I dont have enough money to buy almost anything extra let alone pay off old bills. In order to save money I clip coupons, shop thrift, and get my hair done at a hair school (God please dont let them ever mess me up!) I think for some of us “Financial Freedom” just isn’t in our cards….at least at the moment.

    Thanks for your post I enjoyed.


  3. Hsm on October 12, 2007 at 12:51 pm

    Who are you to do this ? anyone could talk to peple about money and budgets, what makes you so special ??

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