Digging Out

A Practical Guide to Getting Out of Debt and Paving a Path to a Secure Financial Future

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
158 Pages
Reviewed on 05/06/2019
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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite

Digging Out: A Practical Guide to Getting out of Debt and Paving a Path to a Secure Financial Future by Jodee Brydges is timely and addresses a concern that millions of people are dealing with — the question of financial freedom. It is no longer a secret that more than 50% of people working hard are steeped in debt and the situation doesn’t get any better with many people with debts working very long hours and handling multiple jobs. From student loans to credit loans, people of all ages and walks of life are plunged into debt. In this book, financial coach and keynote speaker Jodee Brydges offers wisdom garnered through many years of working with people who are broke and offers practical advice on how to break the vicious cycle of working hard only to pay debts.

This book offers actionable steps to develop a system that will help readers easily understand and quickly handle their loans. Readers will learn to successfully manage their finances, learning to cut down expenses and to budget wisely. The book also offers tips on setting and accomplishing financial goals geared towards acquiring financial freedom. One of the things that caught my attention is the author’s take on the missing link between working hard to pay off loans and not being able to do so — it is reworking spending habits and the mindset that makes readers prisoners of debt. Jodee Brydges offers the kind of awareness that readers need to understand their financial habits and this book provides actionable steps towards financial freedom. The style is simple and conversational, with a no-nonsense tone that compels readers to act on their quest for financial freedom. A highly recommended book on financial advice!