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How to get out of debt (and gain the cash flow you need to invest yourself rich)

YOU are the root of your problem!

Dr. Daleen Smal

Money should excite everybody, because that’s how you gain freedom.

Dr. Daleen Smal

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr. Daleen Smal, author of “The Art Of Money: How To Win The Wealth Game” for his weekly business book review.

Description on winthewealthgame.com:

Master yourself, get out of debt and acquire the cash flow you need to grow your wealth.

Learn what to do (and what not to do) when investing your money, and create an empire – a lasting legacy!

  • Break through your limiting beliefs
  • Get out of debt, simply – small, practical steps
  • Become cash flow positive
  • Invest or start a business
  • Learn Finance “lingo”
  • Become financially free
  • Put purpose into your life
  • Change lives!

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

Finances are the same – whether it’s on a national or personal level.

Dr. Daleen Smal

It’s all a mindset issue. The first part of the book is all about mindset.

Dr. Daleen Smal

We basically suffer from instant gratification.

Dr. Daleen Smal

The interest paid on debt is stopping people from creating wealth.

Dr. Daleen Smal

Life is very simple, but we prefer to make it complicated. You have to spend less and earn more.

Dr. Daleen Smal

Most people can cut 10% of their expenses.

Dr. Daleen Smal

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