A couple years ago, I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Carrie Rocha of Pocket Your Dollars at a blogging event in New York. She is very personable – and her story is inspiring! You see, Carrie and her family successfully managed to pay off over $50,000 in debt!
Carrie chronicles her story and inspires others to do the same in her eBook, Pocket Your Dollars: 5 Attitude Changes That Will Help You Pay Down Debt, Avoid Financial Stress, & Keep More of What You Make.
Today only, Carrie’s eBook is FREE on Amazon – down from $13.99. (It’s also offered in paperback, currently $5.60.) This book has received an average 4.6-star rating after 160+ customer reviews! I couldn’t be more thrilled for my friend’s success – both with her personal journey and her ability to connect with others through her book.
I actually snagged this ebook the last time she offered it for free and I have to tell you – it’s truly unlike any other “get out of debt” book I’ve EVER read. Carrie focuses more on the attitude changes and mental games we play that derail us from our financial goals. She goes after the root issues – not just the symptoms of a mismanaged checkbook account. I really related to her story and found her candor completely genuine. This book avoids the preachy-ness that you can often find with other financial self help books. If you’ve been struggling with finances or caught in a cycle of debt, please do yourself a favor and download this book!
Here are a couple snippets of 5-star reviews that jumped out at me:
In order to get out of debt, Rocha explains we must begin by changing our attitudes regarding money and possessions. This wisdom is shelled out through personal testimony from the author’s life, penned with charm and honesty. From the moment you open to the first page, you will find Rocha’s words to be that of a friend speaking truth into your life.
If you aren’t a brilliant saver naturally, pick up this book! Reading it has helped me figure out the ROOT CAUSE of why I don’t save money. I’ve found that other books were “lecturing” me about the why I should save money and telling me how horrible it is that I’m not of saving money. But PYD it helps you figure out the SPECIFIC issue you have with money and why you’re not saving. And once that’s done you’re cured. If you’ve heard the phrase “you don’t know what you don’t know” then you’ll appreciate that PYD guides you in understanding what you didn’t know was in your way of financial health.