Allen Carr’s Get Out of Debt Now applies Allen Carr’s Easyway method to the problem of debt and the addiction to spending. It starts by addressing the various psychological attitudes to money and spending that lead to debt. By unravelling the brainwashing instilled by the banking and credit industries, it adjusts our mindset to show what really gives us pleasure in life. It also helps us see the futility in spending money we don’t have on things that don’t make us happy.
The message throughout is that it is easy to get out of debt if you follow the instructions. Having dealt with the mindset, it moves on to practical methods for removing the problem, measuring your spending and income, making a plan to balance the books, reducing your spending, paying off your debts and increasing your income.
Allen Carr was a chain-smoker for over 30 years. In 1983, after countless failed attempts to quit, he went from 100 cigarettes a day to zero without suffering withdrawal pangs, without using willpower, and without putting on weight. He realised that he had discovered what the world had been waiting for - the Easy Way to Stop Smoking, and embarked on a mission to help cure the world’s smokers. As a result of the phenomenal success of his method, he gained an international reputation as the world’s leading expert on stopping smoking and his network of clinics now spans the globe. Allen Carr’s Easyway method has been applied to a host of issues including alcohol, weight control, children smoking, fear of flying - and now money!
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Repetitive but worked
Not read print version but I think it was probably better for me as an audible - i know Allen Carrs technique for smoking and so i kind of new the basics!
Easy way to quit smoking (but for debt / shopping addictio ninstead)
The process of feeling light at the end of the tunnel
Well worth a read if you want to cut spending!
- Mr. D. M. Houlder
Makes you think!
- Lisa Wealthall