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  • Writer's pictureRyan Jones

Four things to help with your debt journey.

Ever tried to climb a mountain without the desire, a map, trails, or a guide? I’d argue that it’s nearly impossible to do so. When you face a mountain of debt, it's no different.

Here are some things to think about.

First, you must have a desire to get to the top. You must believe that life is good at the top of the mountain, and you must create the motivation and desire to want to see and live life at the top of your climb.

Second, trails make it easier. Follow in the footsteps of those who have gone before you. Following a trail or path that others have walked makes it easier to believe that you are heading in the right direction and hope that the trail leads you where you want to go.

Third, create a map. When you see the finish line and milestones in your hands, you gain a deeper belief that the climb is worth it. You will pass through checkpoints along the way that add to your confidence and give you opportunities to pause, reflect, and celebrate where you have climbed thus far and get a clear picture of what lies ahead.

And fourth, hire a guide. A guide has been up the trail before. They know the way. They are excited for you to see the top. They walk in front of you to lead you when you feel less confident. They walk behind you to push you when you need a nudge. They don’t pretend the climb is easy because they know what it takes to get to the top. They celebrate with you like it’s their first time!

If you are climbing out of a mountain of debt, pause and reflect on what you might be missing on your journey. Do you have the desire? Are you on a good trail? Do you have a map? Do you have a guide?

If you are missing any of these, we want you to reach your goals, so contact us today.

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