This is how compounded action can help your debt free journey!
Can you guess what one of the most talked about topics is at the moment?. If you’ve been following my articles, this shouldn’t come as a surprise. We still don’t know the extent of the forgiveness that will be received nationally, but I’m here to help you make your own specific journey easier to stomach. Finances and paying off student loan debt is no walk in the park, so I hope you do not take this information that I’m giving you lightly. Tread these financial waters carefully. If you don’t know, I paid off my student loan debt in one year after I graduated with an engineering degree.Read full story
ONE Step to Pay off your student loans quickly!
Student loan debt is obviously a popular topic at the moment with the new administration. Will student loan debt be cancelled? Will it not be cancelled? Will as little as $10,000 be forgiven? Will as much as $50,000 be forgiven? These are things that a lot of student loan borrowers are wondering.Read full story
Are you paying off your student loan debt?
As a debt free individual, I’ve been getting asked how to proceed in terms of student loan debt owed, and I wanted to discuss it. Student loan debt is a very hot topic right now for anyone in the financial education space. Well, let me correct myself: it’s a very hot topic globally right now whether you’re a financial coach or a common citizen or consumer. I’m curious to know your own take on this topic. Please comment below and let me know how you feel about moving forward with your own student loans.Read full story
How to pay off your private student loans quickly!
As a debt free individual, a lot of clients and people in general have asked me for my opinion on private loans in their pursuit to tackle them effectively. Debt freedom is a beautiful concept to where you can invest in yourself freely without worrying about the fact that you have to pay off debt once more. Obviously, there is a difference between federal and private student loans, and there’s reason why I’ve been getting asked consistently on how to handle them. Although private loans are more dangerous, we see an overlap in both types of loans. Without further ado, let’s dive into it!Read full story
Two things to increase your income instantly!
As a debt free individual helping others become debt free quickly, an increase in income has to be a non-negotiable for your journey. During my debt free journey, I had to be honest with myself and understand that I needed to increase my income immediately and I want to give you a couple tips that I used during my journey. I will say as a disclaimer that I am no financial advisor. I am just an individual that had the right mindset and implementation to alleviate over $30,000 in student loans in one year back when I was 23-years-old. With that being said, my advice has not only worked for me, but it’s worked for my clients as well and it will literally increase your income based on your current tendencies and what your goals are, so please listen and execute what you can. The following are a couple tips I would recommend to passively increase your income so that you can achieve your financial goal of debt freedom or whichever you aim for quickly. My motto is becoming debt free quickly, so let’s get straight to it!Read full story
Cars aren't liabilities!
Part of paying off my student loan debt quickly was changing my mindset. Part of changing my mindset was understanding the importance of information and constantly being coachable. As someone that is coachable, one of the main philosophies I had to learn for my development was that one source of income was too close to none, so I had to generate some extra income however I could. Luckily for you, I’m a serial entrepreneur. What comes with that is a lot of different ventures I can speak on and know about through the experience of others. I’ve tried out a plethora of things even after my student loan debt journey and I want to share the information I’ve obtained with you for your use. But I want to be specific in helping you change your mindset around cars. Your car is not a liability. It’s only a liability in the sense of how you utilize it. If you let your car sit idle and collect dust as you make car payments consistently, that’s when it becomes a liability.Read full story
Are you HEARING or LISTENING?
As someone that paid off student loans in one year post-graduation, I need you to understand that your personal finance journey is equivalent to your personal development journey. With that being said, I want to discuss a topic that will help you improve yourself personally. As a result of improving personally, you’ll improve financially, because how you do anything is how you do everything.Read full story
ONE Tip to Pay Off Your Student Loans Quickly!
I paid off my student loans in one year. I paid off a little bit over $30,000 and when I did it, it didn’t occur to me that it sounded as crazy as it did. Because of that, I developed (and continue to develop) myself as a financial coach, helping others unlock what’s already in them, because I firmly believe we all have the capacity to pay off those dreadful loans. Whether it be through making 120 qualifying payments via a student loan forgiveness program or developing a strategy to pay them off, I believe it’s possible. In my reality, I did it, so you can do it too (assuming you have student loan debt).Read full story
What I learned from paying off my student loans in one year (part 2)
I paid off my student loans in one year back when I was 23-years-old. I paid off about $32,000 and as you can assume from the title, I wrote a part 1. You can go and check that out on my page. I decided to write a part 2, because that article was one of my more popular articles. I know the value I bring to my clients and people I talk to daily, so I want to help you with more insight about my debt free journey. If you haven’t read part 1, I reiterate: go check out part 1, but let’s get straight to it! I’m going to provide you with additional insights I learned about my debt free journey.Read full story
Invest in this stock ASAP to pay off your student loans quickly!
I’m sure you’ve noticed it’s been a crazy week with the stock market. Whether you invest in the stock market yourself or not, you probably heard about GameStop and AMC. You probably heard about the fact that the stock value has gone up drastically over the last week. And that brings me to my next point.Read full story
Should you *still* pay off your student loan debt?
I’m sure you’re aware of the fact that there will be no interest on student loan debt at least until October 1, 2021. With that being said, I know the value I bring to the market as far as my tips and strategies are concerned with my debt free journey, so I wanted to answer a common question I get a lot as a financial coach: should you still pay off your student loans?Read full story
What’s your relationship with money?
When it comes to paying off your student loan debt quickly or just taking control of your relationship with money, one of the most important questions I had to ask myself was this: what is my relationship with money?Read full story
Student Loans Cancelled?
I’m sure if you’re reading this article you probably know, but just in case you do not know, the pause on interest for the student loan crisis has been extended until October 1st, 2021. As Biden just entered office, he signed that. If you didn’t know that and you have student loans, congratulations!Read full story
Is it too late to pay off your student loans?
As a financial coach, I always get asked if it’s too late to pay off student loans. The short answer is no! I’m going to break it down in terms of three different sections: pre-college, college, and beyond college.Read full story
You’ll Pay off your Student Loans Quickly when you understand this!
I had an interesting conversation earlier today. I go to the gym consistently for many reasons, but there’s one main reason that I want to speak on at this point in time. To be more clear, I posted a story on my Instagram about me being in the gym, performing a workout. As of recently, I had been posting them more consistently and it brought up an interesting question I didn’t think I would be asked.Read full story
Top 4 Books for Debt Free Seeking Individuals!
They always say, leaders are readers. It takes a leader to do something uncommon like pay off your student loan debt, so I don’t think it’s a coincidence that we can confidently say that there’s a tie between reading certain books and financial success.Read full story
This ONE thing will help you pay off your student loans quickly!
There’s ONE thing that will help you pay off your student loans quickly. You might be thinking, what does this guy know? I paid off my student loans within one year of graduation. I paid off about $32,000 and I serve as a financial coach helping others do the same. One of my clients actually became debt free a few weeks ago, so I like to say I know a little bit about what I’m talking about.Read full story
This is WHY you have student loan debt!
I paid off my student loans in one year. It’s cool being debt free, but I think paying it forward is even cooler, so I became a financial coach after my journey. After coaching clients for years, I’ve had time to reflect on my own personal journey and the journey of my clients, and I’ve created a philosophy to understand why people have student loans. I go more in depth into it in my new ebook, D.E.B.T. F.R.E.E. At 23: 4 Steps to Paying Off Your Student Loans Quickly but I digress!Read full story
What I Learned from my Debt Free Journey!
I paid off about $32,000 in student loan debt in one year after I graduated college and I like to reflect on my journey for the sake of helping you with your own journey. Even if you are debt free, this may provide you with insight on your journey towards taking control of your relationship with money. And to be frank, we can always improve with our money relationship, so I’m writing this for myself as well. We must all be coachable! But without further ado (I often think about what does an “ado” even mean), let’s get straight to it!Read full story
The ONE WORD that will help you be debt free in 2021!
Student loan debt is no joke. It’s the beginning of the year, which means it's time to reset. No matter when you read this, I encourage you to create a word for yourself as you navigate your journey towards taking control of your relationship with your money, whether it be paying off your student loan debt or increasing your income.Read full story