Basic Training for Your Money

5/1/2012

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Steve Repak left the Army in 1997 and was offered a job in finance, despite having $32,000 in credit card debt. After taking the job, he set about changing his ways, guided by his own clients, who helped him change the way he thought about money, reports McClatchy Newspapers.

Those experiences taught him that it isn’t how much money you make that matters but rather the way you think about money. He realized that just as the Army had made him a soldier by training him to think differently, he needed to train himself to think about money differently.

Now he’s written a book to train others, “Dollars & Uncommon Sense: Basic Training for Your Money.”

Read more about Repak and his new book on loansafe.org.
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