We just loved our time with Kevin and Sean in recording 2 Frugal Dudes podcast episode #074 where we shared tips for paying off debt (using the same strategy we used to pay off over $100K year ago) with a few tips to get you started.
Of course, we figured we just might enjoy it after meeting Sean in person last October. He is the real deal and has such a passion for sharing on everything related to personal finance. Plus, we’ve heard dozens of their podcast episodes and are faithful listeners; it was awesome to get behind the mic with them.
We hope you heard that no matter your situation that you can make a huge difference in your personal finances (not to mention your future!) just by starting now. Plus, you don’t need to crash your budget or change your lifestyle in an unsustainable way! That’s what we learned years ago when we only paid off $15,000 in just 3.5 years. We knew there had to be a better way.
Thus enters our 2% Rule towards getting out of debt, whether great or small, or even just working towards your financial goal! We would encourage you to check out our book, The 2% Rule to Get Debt Free Fast: An Innovative Method To Pay Your Loans Off For Good, where we share a ton of personal insight, hard lessons we’ve learned from the school or hard knocks, all combined with a step-by-step plan to incorporate the 2% Rule in your own family to get started today!
As promised, we’re sharing with you awesome 2 Frugal Dudes listeners a great resource to help you with those step-by-step instructions: our very own The 2% Rule To Get Debt Free Fast Workbook where we share the actual worksheets we used (well, not on the back of scrap papers or napkins) to pay off that remaining $90K+ of consumer debt. Just sign up below! Note that you’ll have to open your email and confirm that it’s you (all in the name of security) and then you’ll get the link to get it right in your inbox. From that point onward, you’ll also get some of our best tips and highlights on how to practically implement those cuts and side hustles to help you in your own journey.
Plus feel free to check out our podcast, Take Back Your Finances, where we have started sharing a bit more personally as well. Do you remember what building that is behind us?
Thanks so much and feel free to leave any comments or questions below. We would love to catch up with you and hear more about your struggles, successes, and how we might be able to help along the way.