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In a world that is constantly telling you who you should be, it can be difficult to stay true to who are and forge your own path.

Throughout my financial journey, I grew older, developed my own ideas, learned hard lessons from failures, and discovered more about myself than I ever thought I would. Completing the steps to financial freedom is easy – the path to self-awareness isn’t.

Nothing is more important than discovering who you are, what you truly want, and having the confidence to make the decisions necessary to get you to where you want to go in life. The steps to Financial freedom aren’t black and white. There isn’t a cookie-cutter formula for everyone. Why? Because everyone is different. Our lives are all unique. My steps are an outline for you to follow, but how you complete them is up to you.

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Some say that leaves too many unanswered questions, but it’s those hard questions that I want you to answer for yourself. No matter what someone is telling, or what advice you are following, you will never FEEL successful with your money if you don’t believe in the work you are doing. You can’t blindly follow what someone is telling you. It’s up to you to do the hard work, to listen to your heart, and know in your gut you are making the right decision for you and your family.

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29 comments

Katie Kemp 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

I just discovered you! I love all your methods!

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Jil Hunsberger 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Thank you so much for this video! I love your approach and appreciate how it allows living life WHILE creating financial health. And I hadn’t realized that I was trying (and failing) with someone else’s system that did not fit my life. No wonder!

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Sarah Byers 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Great video, very informative and precise
I must add ever since I began trading the financial markets under the help and guidance of Mr Oster, I've been able to successfully pay off debt and nearly quadruple my income size.

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Candy 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

A year later watching this video and I finally paid off my car back in April! A couple months early than my projected June date. I’m not gonna lie, those stimulus checks during Covid definitely helped out A LOT. I put it to good use and also added my money from my paycheck on top of that! Now, I’m tackling my student loan payment. I paid $4,600 in interest ALONE! during the pandemic I saved every penny during the 0% interest to pay off that damn interest because I would never touch the principal payment if I didn’t pay it off. That shit made me mad girl! Lol

Miko your doing the lords work! I love your budgeting practices!

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Elise Odom 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

I am a boudoir photographer still working on being able to consistently pay myself and trying to get more organized with finances, I was just noticing you talk about your paycheck and, since I am not able to pay myself a specified amount on a regular schedule yet, how would you guild someone like me (a small business or "contractor")?

I am looking into paying myself a paycheck so I can start putting money into unemployment, taxes, retirement, etc., directly through there but don't think I am at the point I can keep that up yet, so I don't exactly have a regular scheduled amount going in my account. I try to budget as best I can for the month with the income coming in but I barely scrape by.

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PHILIP W 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Great video. I truly learned a lot and I am ready tackle my goals.

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Andy Shore 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Just kidding us…..

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Amanda Nelson 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

How do you pay off medical debit?

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Aida 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

I loved this video, it got me sooo motivated! I am new to your methods, I want to become cc debt free. I have downloaded your Budget Crush Workbook, downloaded the Vertex42 Debt calculator, not sure what to do next!

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Stuart Terrey 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Fantastic video, thankyou. UK

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Lisa Krushinski 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Wow! What an incredibly valuable video! You’ve gleaned so much practical wisdom and knowledge from your experience! Thank you for sharing it on this platform!

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Daniela Schmidt 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

You are changing my life!!! Thank you so much. You are a BADASS woman.

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Kim Living 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

I don't how old you are but you are wise beyond those years in money knowledge. Love. Your. Passion. Great content.

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Davy van Loo 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

i want to get out of that little dept that we have left it is 1000 we had 14000 at first. So i want to save for a new house and pay of the morgage and i want to save for a nicer house. I buy now less clothes and my husband doesnt buy saws or something else. And want to save for my daughters future and for the old days when he retires. So we have a budget now we can save for those things even it is with envelops.

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ashley blanton 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

thank you for yelling at me i needed it.

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Tessa Lopez Haller 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

You are so good at speaking you hit me right in the heart! I needed to hear this. I am so grateful I found your channel.

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Laura Giselle 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

You are such an inspiration. Idk how many times you’ve made me cry. Your passion is contagious ❤️

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Samantha Buckman 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

One of the absolute best videos, real videos ive watched so far. Thank you ❤

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Xoxo, Rachel 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Can I send my information to you so I can personally start my journey? I watch your videos all of the time! But I have a hard time with my own finances…

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Truth Speaks Group 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Thank you

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Ashley Casper 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Everytime I get my starter emergency fund saved up (1,000) something happens to where I need to use it then I have to start over and this keeps happening making me feel like I can never get past this step. Its very frustrating! It's all emergency situations also, not just wanting to buy a new TV or something not important

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Cesiah Amaya 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

You inspire me

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Jessie Murdo 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

What calender/book is that you are using for tracking? Great video

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Beth M 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

What do we do when we no longer have debt? Our cc’s begin to close on there on and hurt our score. And everything in this country is credit based. So you can’t finance that new home if you don’t have good credit. And I don’t have 300,000 sitting around to buy a home with cash. I’ve sold my home after putting myself in a hole. I walked away clean but I now have over 70,000 in debt. Which I plan on using your method as a guide to help me with my journey. But after it’s paid off I plan on repurchasing a new home. So I’m stuck on how would I be able to accomplish these goals without credit? Do you have a video on how you saved to purchase your home while tackling debt?

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Arianna Aguilar 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Hi

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Norma Zinicola 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

I am in the financial services industry and your approach to budgeting by paycheck, saving, debt repayment, and tracking is the most comprehensible system. I think your approach to finances is much better than Dave Ramsey as I feel he comes from a place of judgement and it’s a very black and white approach. You bring zero judgement while reminding people that their savings goals and approach may be different and that’s ok as long as financial freedom is the end goal. I always find value in watching your videos. Thank you!

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theonetruediamond 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

I just love your videos! You have opened my eyes so much to budgeting. I’m just starting and it has been an eye opener to my spending . Thanks for sharing . Looking forward to saving for one of your budget books

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Izzy D. 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Strict rules and limits are great when you never heard about money management and budgets. But even when you pay off dept you have life/savings goals and it was never manageable under those strict steps. Now I am starting to go my own way, since I learned enough about budgeting and money management and it works way better for me and I feel accomplished

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April Johnson 24/09/2021 - 10:47 PM

Are you able to print your workbook to fit an A5 size ?

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