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Debt is a dream-killer

Tips & Resources by Brent Baxter, Pro Songwriter on November 08, 2017

Beware of debt- it’s a dream-killer.

Financial debt limits your options. Debt raises the amount you have to earn every month just to make ends meet. How free are you to transition from your day job to the roller coaster creative life if you have to pay on a ton of unnecessary debt every month? How supportive will your spouse be if you're already stretched to the max NOW? How much money can you put back for the transition if you’re in those kinds of chains? Not only does debt keep you in your day job, it puts pressure on you to work those overtime hours instead of using that time to write.

Is that REALLY the lifestyle you want? Really?

Say “no” to the 97" 3D virtual reality spray tanning TV. Say "no" to the 8-bedroom house with the Koi pond in the front yard. Say "no" to the "big boy toys."

Say “yes” to your dreams instead.

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