Debt Free 101 – #2 Read

 #2 Read                                                              
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind. Romans 12:2a ESV

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     Read great non-fiction books. Some folks don’t know where to start. Begin with books by authors you’ve read before. Or check out a trusted author’s recommended reads. It’s no secret, we’re Dave Ramsey fans. I loved the Total Money Makeover. As a result, I read almost everything Dave recommended. Throughout this series, I’ll recommend other authors. Read their books. Reading makes you see the world differently. Practically speaking, if you’re reading, you’re not spending money.  Great books are essential weapons on a Debt Slaying Journey (DSJ).

      Prior to our DSJ, I didn’t read much. On average, the King now reads one book per month. There’s a direct correlation between reading and Dragon slaying. Reading great books does not mean buying great books. We frequented the library. We borrowed books from friends and family. We rarely bought new books because we needed to apply what money we did have toward Dragon slaying.

     What is the best (top two maybe) non-fiction book you’ve ever read?

     READ THIS: The Millionaire Next Door by Dr. Thomas J. Stanley
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  • RSC – Fundraising Growth Now!

    Nearly anything by John Eldredge is on my “favorite” list!

  • King of Free

    it’s good stuff.

    i’ve actually been thinking about mixing in a little classic fiction. we’ll see.