Parker, Colorado (PRWEB) February 7, 2009
The number of people in America living in poverty is more than 37 million - or around 13% of the population. Increase the view to include those living near the poverty line, and you more than double the numbers.
Poor people develop a mind-set: a poverty mind-set. You can't blame them. It's what they know. It's where they live. It's really hard to see a way out of that place. So what is a poverty mind-set? It includes many things, and manifests itself differently with different people. It conspires to keep people living in the place of poverty.
The report's author was, at one time, living in a place of poverty, with a mind-set that threatened to keep him there:
"In my case, I desperately wanted things. Nice things. I couldn't stand having next to nothing. So, as soon as I was able, I started buying lots of things. The nicer, the better. Not that I had the money to do this, but hey, isn't that what credit is for? I spent, and spent, and spent, and spent. No more poverty for me! Problem was, I never did have the money to pay for all that stuff. I just used credit to create a fantasy lifestyle. In the process, I went a long way down the path to moving back into the place of poverty."
However, the author learned how to move forward to financial success. This report shares 10 steps anyone can take to move from poverty to abundance; despair to hope.
Who will benefit from reading this report: People who are struggling to have enough money to make ends meet; people who are desperate for a change and a chance to succeed financially; people wondering what are the keys to financial success. The free report Ten Easy Steps to Move From Poverty to Abundance provides 10 easy steps anyone can take to improve their financial lives.
To download the free report, go to the Snowdon Financial website (http://www.snowdonfinancial.com/GeneralFPTopics.html), and click on the report link.