This personal finance checklist consists of 31 actionable steps that you can take to fix the personal finance problems that you have been facing.
Do you want to be the MacGuyver of personal finance? I’m an 80’s baby and I grew up loving MacGuyver. MacGuyver was everything. He could turn each and every adversity into something positive that ended up benefiting him or those close to him.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have that same approach to your personal finances? Although it may be difficult to be prepared for everything imaginable, it’s possible to prepare for the usual events.
I’ve realised that sometimes all it takes the right attitude to overcome many of the financial challenges that come our way. We have the choice to decide whether or not we wallow in self pity or get up off our asses and make something happen.
There are hundreds of solutions for the recurring financial problems that we face. The challenge is finding the one that applies to our specific situation and milk the hell out of it.
I’m tired of hearing people say, ” I want to change, BUT!” But nothing. This is not a time for excuses if you want you change. You cannot blame anyone else if you choose to do nothing else but bitch and complain.
If you’re serious about jumping straight into changing your life, you need this checklist in your life.
There’s no pressure intended, but if you’ve been reading my blog, you can see that the information is not that difficult to understand. I try to keep things as simple as possible, because personal finance is not that hard.
I’ve come up with two crucial reasons why I think you should download the checklist and put it to good use right away.
Reason 1: Here are 31 clear as day suggestions for you to choose from. Even if half of them don’t apply to you, there are many more that you can implement to make your life better.
Reason 2: I haven’t seen many other products on the market that actually give you solutions like these up front and personal, for free. Information is valuable and that’s why you may normally be asked to pay for this advice. Not here. Not today.
This personal finance checklist is free and it will always be free. As they say on TV – no tricks, no gimmicks.
Seriously, how many blogs have you visited and read a long, captivating post selling a personal finance product that you need, only to be told that you have to pay a low monthly fee to access the content?
I’m not saying that the content might not be helpful. It MIGHT be.
But what I’m saying is that Odd Cents is not that blog.
Sure, there aren’t fancy graphics and images that draw you in, but that’s purpose work. My aim is to help you with your personal finances and to give you the information that you need. That’s why I’m giving you my personal finance checklist.
Here’s how you’ll know if this product is a good fit for you.
1. You’re new to tracking your personal finances and you have more than one problem.
2. You’ve been struggling to find personal finance solutions that work.
3. Or you’ve picked a solution, and are working on it, but you aren’t sure if it’s the right one yet.
Then it’s for you.
And it doesn’t matter if you fit into all of the above categories or none of the above categories.
Here’s the deal…
This isn’t a fancy or complex system or arrangement.
And neither is the product.
Get this, it’s a simple, free, digital product in PDF format that’s easy to understand.
And guess what? As a bonus, you will also receive The Seven Step Financial Makeover for free!
And also, you don’t get 300 hours of in-depth videos or the 100s of other additional bonuses so many product vendors offer to make their products look more valuable.
But you don’t need any of that anyway, do you?
Here’s what you DO need…
You just need a simple way to get you personal finances fixed NOW.
And that’s what you get here.
So there’s not much left for me to say other than this…
Download your free personal finance checklist here.
If you’re not convinced or don’t need it at this time, then that’s fine. You should still take the opportunity to download it, print it off and keep it in a safe place.
I totally understand and don’t intend to pressure you.
Though if you do see the value in this then please make sure you get it here TODAY.
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