Groton, VT (PRWEB) December 27, 2005
For some, 2006 will be a good year, but for too many it will be just another in a long series where the weight of never ending debt hinders and suffocates the joys that might have been. There is something sad or even melancholy in the words “what might have been.” Yet the idea that citizens of America must live under a mountain of debt could never be further from the truth. Americans can live debt free and Gene Jolley, creator of the Rapid Debt Reducer software, knows the truth about the forces driving the great American debt machine. To take a slant from a phrase in the Bible Jolley’s message heralds: “you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.”
The truth that Jolley is heralding is that debt can be eliminated and family’s can begin saving for a financially prosperous future. “This is not a magic bullet or some scheme to get your money but a proven step by step program that will eliminate all of your debt including your mortgage in as little as 5-7 years”.
The call for consumers to get out from under debt is great. With Jolley it’s not about the money, it’s about the ‘mission.’ “I truly believe that this is a ministry that is greatly needed.” Jolley’s request is simple “I would like to state the need [for people] to get out of debt and how easy it can be done.”
In seminars Jolley has met with, counseled, and helped families and individuals struggling with debt. With his expertise seasoned with a dash of witty charm Jolley has found the recipe that has helped so many find the liberating truth in the so-often deceptive world of money. That truth has set many on a program to become debt-free and provided them with sound practical advice on investing toward a prosperous future.
In the end however, Jolley knows that you cannot make people get themselves out of debt. The old adage “you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink” can certainly be applied to many mindsets in the contemporary world of debt. Seeing families suffer year after year as a result of ignorance, bad habits, or unwillingness to recognize the truth about money is tragic in its own rank.
So is it the season to be debt-free? Jolley’s answer—“only you know.” It’s a great and needed ministry and the software is a tool but the American consumer must decide where the path into the future unfolds.
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