Golden Rule With Credit Cards
Some time ago, I wrote about my golden rule on how I use my credit cards (with one nice result of never paying any interest charges). Well, I’m currently working on a brand new keynote presentation on financial freedom and to my shock, I found out during my research that the average consumer debt in Canada is $25, 960!!
No wonder why so many Canadians (and other folks around the world) are in financial trouble these days!
Since my golden rule was never put on video, I thought that it was warranted to reintroduce it this time as part of a new episode of Motivational WebTV. Since from the recent reader-viewer survey, more of you would like to see some content on building wealth, this golden rule with credit cards is a great topic to put on video.
So here is the new episode.
Prerequisite Towards Financial Freedom
Don’t take the golden rule too lightly as managing your personal consumer debt is definitely a prerequisite in moving towards financial freedom. If you are always loaded with consumer debt mainly due to abuse of credit cards, you will never achieve financial freedom in your life.
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If you missed the past episode which was more on general motivation and personal development, see it at My Secret Weapon For Achieving Success.
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