As horrible as this sounds, in the 21st century, it is the norm for Americans to put themselves inside a debt prison because society expects and encourages people to be in debt. In debt prison, people live with daily anxiety, stress and misery. However, you don’t have to remain in this prison.
You don’t have to barely scrape by each month.
You don’t have to be overwhelmed and stressed out by debt.
You don’t have to watch your entire paycheck be consumed by your bills.
You don’t have to live a life devoid of good times.
You don’t have to live without hope or joy.
You can escape!
Escape Debt Prison will provide you with guidance and the helping hand you desperately need. The book provides vital information in an easy-to-understand format. It also highlights and compares multiple debt escape strategies that have been proven to eliminate debt with step-by-step instructions to make your escape.
You will learn:
How to reduce your financial stress.
Financial self-care strategies to feel better today.
How to rid yourself of the burden of financial shame.
How to budget without all the stress and drama.
How to compare debt-escape strategies.
How to produce a simple and effective financial plan to make your escape.
The debt snowball and the debt avalanche techniques.
When to use bankruptcy as an escape strategy.
Larry and Lisa Faulkner are self-made millionaires, but for a time, they were also in debt prison. They managed to escape and are now debt free. Their personal experiences inspired them to become dedicated financial educators, coaches and financial authors. In addition to providing general financial education courses, Larry and Lisa have also designed and taught financial rebuilding classes to help prison inmates rebuild their financial lives after release.
What Readers Are Saying
"A concise and actionable guide to getting your personal finances in order. The Faulkners do a great job of distilling and organizing information that is usually overwhelming, presenting their strategies in an easily digestible format. Most importantly, they counsel that true debt recovery requires managing not just money but also one's emotional triggers and overall wellness."
Jennifer Tung, Payments Lawyer
"Divorces are stressful and expensive. Escape Debt Prison is a great resource for those trying to dig themselves out of debt after a divorce. The book explains how to organize and attack debt in a step-by-step manner that is both encouraging and upbeat. I liked the examples of other people who escaped their own "Debt Prison."
Scott Montgomery, Divorce Recovery Instructor
"You don't have to live in misery. Escape From Debt Prison provides practical tools and proven techniques to take control of your debt so you can eliminate this awful burden that holds so many of us down."
—Elizabeth Winters, Founder of Financial Literacy
For Minorities & Financial Literacy for Everyone
"Debt creates financial stress and shame. These emotions sabotage so many peoples' efforts to escape their crippling debt. Unlike so many other books of this type, Escape Debt Prison helps the readers deal with these feelings and gives them strategies to move forward. This is an upbeat and positive book that gives the reader real hope for their future."
Carla Urbanas, M.S., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, NCC, EMT-P
"Debt destroys lives! I preach the dangers of debt to my clients and to my family at home. This book explains, in an easy-to-understand manner how someone can escape the destructive grip of debt and lead a better life."
Billy Ring, Director of Administrative & Technical Services LLC
"Graduates find themselves drowning in both credit card debt and student loan debt. The Faulkners list multiple strategies to get out of debt so you can choose what works best for your situation. They even take budget-haters by the hand and walk them step-by-step into a budget. The book even discusses the mindsets you need to develop to stay on track with your plan."
Karen Basso, Adjunct Professor & Curriculum Specialist