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When I began my debt free journey in Feb 2010, I had exactly $900 in my savings account and was over $40,000 in debt. Today, I am debt free and have my own business. I outline all the creative ways I was able to free up money in my income and techniques used to generate additional income. I also breakdown what I did with the money, how I managed and invested it to manifest When I began my debt free journey in Feb 2010, I had exactly $900 in my savings account and was over $40,000 in debt. Today, I am debt free and have my own business. I outline all the creative ways I was able to free up money in my income and techniques used to generate additional income. I also breakdown what I did with the money, how I managed and invested it to manifest my life plan. And I did it all in less than 5 years! The book is broken into three parts - what you need to get started, how to start generating extra income and stashing the moolah, how I paid off the debt and started growing my money. A few of the things you'll be able to do with this book include: - Start working on your mindset and creating a dream plan to make things happen for you. - What you need to get started on the journey. - Over 15 extra income options, online and offline, with resources and how to get started with each one. You can do all of them or one at a time depending on your interests. Either way, there’s money to be made all round. - Answers to the usual reasons people have for why they can’t seem to crawl out of debt or stop digging themselves into a bigger hole. - Empower yourself with the knowledge you need to ignite your imagination and start living your best life. - Overcome your fear of failure and give you a push start. In addition to the book, you also get 3 free bonuses to help you jumpstart your savings and decide if the life plan you are creating for yourself is right for you!


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When I began my debt free journey in Feb 2010, I had exactly $900 in my savings account and was over $40,000 in debt. Today, I am debt free and have my own business. I outline all the creative ways I was able to free up money in my income and techniques used to generate additional income. I also breakdown what I did with the money, how I managed and invested it to manifest When I began my debt free journey in Feb 2010, I had exactly $900 in my savings account and was over $40,000 in debt. Today, I am debt free and have my own business. I outline all the creative ways I was able to free up money in my income and techniques used to generate additional income. I also breakdown what I did with the money, how I managed and invested it to manifest my life plan. And I did it all in less than 5 years! The book is broken into three parts - what you need to get started, how to start generating extra income and stashing the moolah, how I paid off the debt and started growing my money. A few of the things you'll be able to do with this book include: - Start working on your mindset and creating a dream plan to make things happen for you. - What you need to get started on the journey. - Over 15 extra income options, online and offline, with resources and how to get started with each one. You can do all of them or one at a time depending on your interests. Either way, there’s money to be made all round. - Answers to the usual reasons people have for why they can’t seem to crawl out of debt or stop digging themselves into a bigger hole. - Empower yourself with the knowledge you need to ignite your imagination and start living your best life. - Overcome your fear of failure and give you a push start. In addition to the book, you also get 3 free bonuses to help you jumpstart your savings and decide if the life plan you are creating for yourself is right for you!

38 review for The Simple Road to Riches: How to Pay Off Debt & Make a Plan to Live Your Best Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    a Lena

    Osvojila sam ovu knjižicu na GR giveaway-u. Moram reći da sam očekivala mnogo više od "knjige" koja u naslovu ima "put do bogatstva", a posebno me kopkalo što je taj put još i "jednostavan". Prije svega, očekivala sam ozbiljan pristup tematici. Ako pišeš neki vodič za obogatiti se, barem bi trebalo da si bogat, bem mu miša. Anna Fani je među savjete kako do bogatstva stavila ni manje ni više nego izradu nakita, instrukcije, freelancing... Stvari koje služe studentima i novopečenim mamama da zara Osvojila sam ovu knjižicu na GR giveaway-u. Moram reći da sam očekivala mnogo više od "knjige" koja u naslovu ima "put do bogatstva", a posebno me kopkalo što je taj put još i "jednostavan". Prije svega, očekivala sam ozbiljan pristup tematici. Ako pišeš neki vodič za obogatiti se, barem bi trebalo da si bogat, bem mu miša. Anna Fani je među savjete kako do bogatstva stavila ni manje ni više nego izradu nakita, instrukcije, freelancing... Stvari koje služe studentima i novopečenim mamama da zarade za pivo/pelene. Ova knjiga je sve ono što dobijete na prvoj stranici Google rezultata kad ukucate "how to make money fast" ili u članku u nekom od bljutavih ženskih časopisa koje neću da reklamiram. Loše!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bunmi Tella

    When Anna asked me to read her new book (The Simple road to Riches : How to pay off Debt & Make a Plan to Live your best life) her timing could not have been better! In thousands of dollars of debt on the back of a divorce, job loss and student loans my chronic-anxiety inducing debt was slowly making me sink into depression. Overwhelmed and with no idea where to start, The Simple road to Riches was a god sent! Small and easy to read I got through it one Saturday morning and instantly felt better. When Anna asked me to read her new book (The Simple road to Riches : How to pay off Debt & Make a Plan to Live your best life) her timing could not have been better! In thousands of dollars of debt on the back of a divorce, job loss and student loans my chronic-anxiety inducing debt was slowly making me sink into depression. Overwhelmed and with no idea where to start, The Simple road to Riches was a god sent! Small and easy to read I got through it one Saturday morning and instantly felt better. I now had a plan and more importantly the confidence to confront this monster. The first and probably most important point Anna made is, to paraphrase Suzy Orman – you cannot solve money problems with money. Anna used her own personal experience to show how important it is to understand why and how you got here in the first place in order to be able to ensure you do not repeat the same mistakes and also to ensure you do not inadvertently sabotage your own success while tackling your debt. As a self-proclaimed queen of the self-help genre I was knowledgeable enough to see that not only did Anna know what she was talking about, she kept it short, it never felt preachy and the book was chuck full of great tips, practical advice and further reading. Anna’s story is also quite compelling because it happened to a very young and extremely vulnerable woman. Something about her personal story truly makes you feel if she could have done it so can I! Once the all-important issue of how did you get here and how can you make sure you never visit again is out of the way she wastes no time getting to the meat and potatoes of the matter. Well researched and based on the latest financial rules, regulations and evidence based outcomes The Simple road to Riches tells you everything you are going to need to know to attack all debt – from credit card to student loans, medical bills to owing the IRS. No matter how you got there the solution is the same – drastically reduce your spending while simultaneously increasing your earnings – and there is no shortage of ideas on how to get this done. Possibly my favorite thing about this book is the share amount of examples, ideas and references. This is a book that you will keep nearby for a long time. Aside from practical examples on how to decrease outgoings and increase incomings there is a wealth of information on further reading, strategically placed by the relevant topics. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is in debt and has no idea where to start – this is definitely the book for you.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tanis

    Great book, very informative and has us on our way to paying off our debt and saving money.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kimberley

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I have to say I wouldn't buy it. In her blurb, Anna does say that she 'outlines' creative ways she made money, and I feel like everything in the book is an outline. Concepts are introduced very briefly, and not expanded upon - pretty frustrating, especially in the section that is supposed to act as the foundation of useful behaviour/attitudes. Some concepts (such as a vision board) are referred to briefly (a paragraph labelled 'Utilize Your Vision Boa I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I have to say I wouldn't buy it. In her blurb, Anna does say that she 'outlines' creative ways she made money, and I feel like everything in the book is an outline. Concepts are introduced very briefly, and not expanded upon - pretty frustrating, especially in the section that is supposed to act as the foundation of useful behaviour/attitudes. Some concepts (such as a vision board) are referred to briefly (a paragraph labelled 'Utilize Your Vision Board') without ever being explained. Seems like it's a pretty integral tool that helped Anna on her journey, but there's no elaboration. To be honest, I skimmed through the middle section very quickly. It seems like many of the suggestions are either inaccessible to many (e.g. website flipping, domain flipping) or are more like full-time career prospects that people spend months or years gaining qualification and experience for (e.g. translating, dance tutoring and performance, photographing events). The suggestion to buy and resell undervalued items seems crazy to me, given the purpose of the book. As someone who uses Etsy and knows many other artisans who do, I find it grating that Etsy is referred to as both a 'site specifically for genuine handmade crafts' and a place to source undervalued goods to be resold for a profit. It's also misspelled early in the book as Esty. My final thought on this book is that I felt as though I was reading a draft. Structure, grammar and clarity of writing could have used one or two more critical reviews before publishing. Clarity and structure especially could have been modified a little to include succinct summaries of each section and maybe even space and/or prompts for the reader to reflect on the concepts and make notes as to how they could apply them. I respect Anna's journey, and I was excited to receive this book, but it really feels half-formed.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dan Simonsen

    Quick read. Light on some details such as debt prioritization. A few innovative ideas about how to generate extra income. The biggest take away is that it is possible to get out of debt.

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