Stories of the Indebted
Debt seems to be one of the more serious issues eating deep into American society — and any society — and millions of people suffer from it. Debt can be the cause of many other problems, including poor health and depression. Some people work hard just to pay for their debt, and they find themselves living through a vicious cycle of borrowing and repaying debt. In Stories of the Indebted by Jorge P. Newbery, readers get the powerful message of hope that they can be debt-free, and this message comes from someone who has had $26 million in debt to pay. The author shares his personal experiences and the stories that mirror the reality of millions of people in the U.S. Through these stories, he shares powerful insights and effective strategies to getting out of debt, strategies he has used himself and strategies he has used to help many people get out of debt.
Jorge Newbery writes with rare simplicity of style, a beautiful language that is as compelling as it is accessible. One of the things readers will notice is that the voice is very confident and powerful, perhaps because it is the voice of experience. Yes, the author writes from his experience. As founder and CEO of American Homeowner Preservation and DebtCleanse.com, he has had to work with many people who are suffocated with debt and has applied his strategies to help them escape their debt. The stories in Stories of the Indebted will resonate with millions of readers, and each of them has a powerful lesson that can change a debtor’s life dramatically. Most people — and I felt this very strongly — will feel like the author is talking to their heart, like he knows their personal problem intimately and like he has just what they need to reclaim their financial freedom. This is the best book for debtors and anyone struggling to make ends meet. This book is the tool you need to take control of your financial life.
|Author||Jorge P. Newbery|
|Page Count||128 pages|
|Publisher||Community Books LLC|
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|Category||Poetry & Short Stories|