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Another project finished! Finally, after several months of research and writing and rewriting, my Make Money on the Internet - 197 Ways to Increase Your Income From Home in Your Spare Time book is finished. Continue Reading...

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This coming year may just be the year you break out and find true momentum.  The one thing you need not do is quit.

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Start the New Year off right with a FREE copy of my top selling book, How to Get Out of Debt - A Biblical Approach to Living Debt-Free.

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Over the last several years many things have had an impact on my life.  Four things that I have been blessed with are my kids.  They bring me a great deal of joy and I love them dearly.  They give me 4 reasons every day to work hard and give 100% in all that I do.  

Part of my duties as a parent is to pass on any lessons I’ve learned along the way to them.  If you are like me, you have struggled financially in your life.  There have been ups and downs.  Because of this and since money is such an integral part of life I set out on a mission to develop a system that not only I could use but that I could pass on to my children.  

After years of using this system myself I decided it was time to put it in writing.  The result is my new book, How To Get Out Of Debt - A Biblical Approach To Living Debt-Free.  It focuses not only on finances but specifically on managing your money from a Biblical perspective.

About the Book

How To Get Out Of Debt - A Biblical Approach To Living Debt-Free is a faith based approach to getting out of debt and staying out of debt. It is not about having “blind” faith but rather using a simplified system for making sound financial choices based on God’s word. The system is easy to understand and is designed to help you master money management.  You don’t need to be an expert or have a lot of money to get started.

This is just the beginning.

My hope for you in this coming new year is that you take the first step in doing something big.  Take a step to paying down debt, updating your website, renewing an old friendship, starting an exercise program, writing that book you’ve always wanted to write, making a commitment to invest in your spiritual life, etc.

Don’t worry about the finish.  Just take the first step.

For more information on my new book please visit Amazon.com here:

Kindle Edition: How To Get Out Of Debt - A Biblical Approach To Living Debt-Free 

Hard copy will be available in January 2012.

Below are the words of Henry Ford.  These two passages really hit home with me.  I firmly believe them.  The more I learn the more I realize that there is so much more to learn. 

None of our men are “experts.” We have most unfortunately found it necessary to get rid of a man as soon as he thinks himself an expert–because no one ever considers himself expert if he really knows his job.

A man who knows a job sees so much more to be done than he has done, that he is always pressing forward and never gives up an instant of thought to how good and how efficient he is.

Thinking always ahead, thinking always of trying to do more, brings a state of mind in which nothing is impossible. The moment one gets into the “expert” state of mind a great number of things become impossible.

I love Mr. Ford’s philosophy on not dwelling on “failures” as well.  He practiced what he preached and constantly worked at keeping things simple and effecient.

I refuse to recognize that there are impossibilities. I cannot discover that any one knows enough about anything on this earth definitely to say what is and what is not possible.

The right kind of experience, the right kind of technical training, ought to enlarge the mind and reduce the number of impossibilities. It unfortunately does nothing of the kind.

Most technical training and the average of that which we call experience, provide a record of previous failures and, instead of these failures being taken for what they are worth, they are taken as absolute bars to progress.

If some man, calling himself an authority, says that this or that cannot be done, then a horde of unthinking followers start the chorus: “It can’t be done.”

You can read My Life and Work by Henry Ford for free at Google Books.