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099 Past Due – Baby Step Blasphemy & Improvisational Finance

by Derek Sisterhen on April 3, 2010

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Past Due: Radio 099 – Baby Step Blasphemy & Improvisational Finance

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This week I put out a video blog entitled “The Dark Side of Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps.” The feedback was exactly what I wanted!  Some were about to round up the town’s people, pitchforks, and torches.  Others said I was right on the money.

This show is a response.  The Baby Steps are an awesome template for reaching financial goals, but you MUST be able to think independently for yourself and determine the best method for you.  I shared an example of how improvising on the Baby Steps actually got a client out of debt faster.

Barney in Georgia commented that according to the Baby Steps he shouldn’t have purchased a rental property that is a cash flow gold mine.

Today’s Mentionables:

Episode 88 – Derek’s Story – learn more about what Elisa and I did to become debt free

The Financial Freedom Steps – Get the template for yourself (and don’t be afraid to improvise…)

  • http://pastdueradio.com/ Derek Sisterhen

    Oops! I made a mistake!

    When I was talking about Barney in Georgia, I said the youth pastor would pay $1,000 per month more by moving into Barney's rental. I meant to say it would be $100 per month more to move from a 2-bedroom apartment into a house for that family of six.

  • http://pastdueradio.com/ Derek Sisterhen

    Oops! I made a mistake!

    When I was talking about Barney in Georgia, I said the youth pastor would pay $1,000 per month more by moving into Barney's rental. I meant to say it would be $100 per month more to move from a 2-bedroom apartment into a house for that family of six.

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