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If your money life were summed up into an album track list what would it be?

August 23, 2016
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I’m at work listening to Tory Lanez new album “Told You So” and it hit me, almost all successful rap albums have the same story. They were broke, struggling, lost friends and family found a way out and now they’re living good, making more money than they know what to do with.

Today I want to ask you if your money life were summed up into an album track list what would it be? Would it be an album worth listening to? Would there be struggle, than triumph or just a whole lot of struggling?

Track 1. Dreams of being debt free.
Track 2. Still dreaming, no progress.
Track 3. Minimum payment maximum luxury.
Track 4. Credit card nightmares.
Track 5. My friends made me do it.
Track 6. Not missing out on life, goals can wait.

Year after year people are living out the same money story. Wanting to make a change in their money habits, yet not being able to. A reader just emailed me last week saying they’ve been working for over 20 years and still can’t keep their money.

I created Young Yet Wise to inspire people to build their futures differently. You can’t build your future differently if you’re content with where you are. You’ve read all the money books, money blogs, and watched all of Gary Vee’s videos, yet here you are another year later without a dent in your money goals that you claimed you wanted to badly back in January.

Do you think Tory Lanez would be where he is right now if every year he just told himself he wanted to be a great rapper without putting in the hard work? No he would still be cooped up living in his girlfriend’s mother’s house broke and  dreaming about one day making it big.

My new debt book is launching in September. I wrote this book because I got tired of people telling me that debt was stopping them from achieving their money goals. I created this book for you to put a plan in place for your debt. So that next year your life album track list could look a lot different than it does right now. No one is going to do the hard work for you. You have to want it for yourself.

I sent my book off to my editor last week, I’m expecting to get it back by the end of this week or early next week. I swear the easiest part of writing a book is telling people you’re writing one. Lol it’s a lot of work involved, but if I can help people change their life it’s worth it. I’ve also hired an amazing illustrator to design my book cover I can’t wait for you to see it.

Anyway just wanted to share some updates with you.

Remember you can change your money track list at anytime. No matter what track list your friends and family are content with living with. That doesn’t have to be your reality. What would your want your money track list to look like? You know if you can see it, you can make it happen.

Talk soon,
Candice Marie

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