Three simple words can strike fear into the heart of any millennial:
Nearly $30 grand? For that you could travel the world. Put a down payment on a house. Buy a car. Even start a new business! But instead of having the freedom to pursue their dreams, there’s a hefty financial ball and chain around millennials’ feet.
That many young people owing that much money before they even enter the workforce? It’s unbelievable! Take control of your budget, learn more here.
Now just imagine adding car payments, house payments, insurance premiums, and more on top of that student debt. No wonder millennials are feeling so terrible: studies showed that Canadian students who had to take out large loans were in a state of poorer mental health than their peers, and 57% of American millennialsreport that paying for essentials alone is a “somewhat-to-very-significant” source of stress.
Now is the time to get ahead of your debt. Not later. You have the potential to manage that debt and get out from under it!
So how do you do that? Sometimes improving your current situation involves more than making smarter choices with the money you earn now. Getting out of that debt ditch means finding a way to make more.
There are 2 things you can monetize right now:
- Your education
- Your experience
Both have their own challenges. You may not have spent much time in a particular field yet, so not a lot of experience. And what if you’re working a job that has nothing to do with your major? There goes education.
Two speed bumps. One right after the other. But you can still gain momentum in the direction you want your life to go!
How? A solid financial strategy. A goal you can see. A destination for financial independence.
Debts can become overwhelming – remember that stat up there? But with a strategy in mind for the quick and consistent repaying of your loans, so much of that stress and burden could be lifted. Check out the Be a Money Boss: Destroy Your Debt Workshop.
Contact me today. A quick phone call is all we need to help get you rolling in the direction YOU want to go.
USA TODAY: "The average student loan debt in every state." 4.28.2017
The Student Loan Report: "Do Students in Canada Have Student Debt?" 1.26.2017
The American Psychological Association: "Paying with Our Health." 2.4.2015