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Past Due – Derek’s Story

by Justin Lukasavige on January 16, 2010


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Past Due: Radio host Derek Sisterhen shares his story, from how his parents raised him to manage money well, to a corporate career that left him unsatisfied, and ultimately, how he wound up the Lead Financial Coach at Lukas Coaching.

During his journey, Derek learned that personal finance is personal. His relationship with his wife suffered early on because they couldn't communicate about money. Derek talks about what they did to get back on the same page, to strengthen their communication, and build deeper unity in their marriage.

Derek also shares how he and his wife dumped $14,000 worth of debt in four months to become completely debt free.

  • arch1960

    Was definitely a great new look on your show today. I'm telling ya guys, they just keep getting better and better! Thanks for this ministry and for giving to all of us inspiration and assurance that anyone can win at this game called “life”.
    God bless,

  • Cliff Ravenscraft

    Commercial Free? I LOVE IT!

  • rachelmiegel

    I love that the podcast is commercial free! Way to go, guys.

  • rachelmiegel

    I love that the podcast is commercial free! Way to go, guys.

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