The Get Rich or File For Bankruptcy book. Unless you’re in the position you want to be in, you don’t want to allow yourself to become comfortable in a situation you don’t appreciate. How many years become too many to perpetually just manage to make ends meet? Mentioned in the Get Rich, or File For Bankruptcy book, yes, the small things matter, but your life’s goals and ambitions do more. If you continually stay in the region of “just getting by” where your debts seem to push you further and further down, you must find a way to excel or simply restart.
Eventually we get tired of battling credit cards and loan payments and you realize you have to make the tough choice of choosing one path or another. On the one hand bankruptcy is filled with stigmas and warnings behind what it means and threatens. What you can do with it etc.
The rapper Curtis Jackson, or 50 Cent, famously had an album which was his attempt at forcing one conclusion or another with his life’s path. This too is mine. Wake up today and find your way, find your focus and make the tough decision regardless of what it may be. It might be you have no choice but to file, but if there’s a way out, take it. Get more income and flourish.
Parking garages and their ticket machines these days only accept credit cards, so society makes it harder for adults to not have some form of dependency on those plastic trust pieces.
“Nothing is more dangerous than an idea, when a man has only one idea.” Alain, Propos sur la religion
*** Like most things online it’s hard to say whether these quotes originate with the person they’re attributed to. Regardless, they’re a tool to hopefully inspire you and so does it matter as much as the point the words convey?