How I Paid Off P200,000 in Credit Card Debt (Episode 71)

Updated: May 24, 2021

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Episode Chapters:

  • 01:12: Going Into Debt
  • 07:24: Acceptance
  • 10:09: No More Running
  • 15:32: Changes
  • 20:46: Episode Break
  • 22:04: Focus on Income
  • 28:14: It Will Be Difficult
  • 32:33: Quick Shoutout
  • 33:06: Finding Comfort
  • 35:18: A Better Person

Excerpts and Highlights:

To pay off your debts: create a budget, track your expenses, and do the Debt Snowball Method. However, this is easier said than done. And it requires a certain kind of mindset to succeed in the end.

Eliminating your debts will be a big challenge, but in the end – it will be one of the greatest achievements that your friends and loved ones will always remember about you – an accomplishment that you will forever be proud of.

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2 comments

  1. There is such a thing as good debt. I believe that the fear of debt instilled in me from growing up in my depression era Grandparents home actually hurt me a few times in life. I backed away from using good debt when I should have seized opportunities. Somehow, I made it living life completely debt free except for two mortgages to purchase property. It really is too easy to get into debt and a difficult job to get out from under. I can offer nothing but praise for those who have taken steps and paid off those nagging overdue bills.Debt free is the way to be!!!!

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