Broke Again?

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Broke Again? is a short book about a topic that many deal with on a daily basis: not having enough money. It’s an opportunity for you to learn from my mistakes, and perhaps get a different perspective on how to overcome this common problem. No matter if you’re just starting out, or you’ve been at it a while, I believe you’ll find some ideas here to spark your thinking for the better. More
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About Mitchell J Ferguson

Christian, Husband, Father, Grandfather, Dreamer, Writer, Author, Speaker, Motorcyclist, Encourager. Born:1958 on an air force base that does not exist any more. Grew up mostly in a small town in Iowa. Completed a 2 year course in Auto Mechanics at DMACC in Ankeny, Iowa. Worked on cars for a while before joining the U.S. Navy. Lived in Scotland for nearly 2 years, repairing and maintaining submarines. Our first son was born there. Our second son was born at Langley Air Force base in Virginia. Did over 15 years in the Navy, mostly in submarines. I have spent about a year and nine months total of my life under the surface of the oceans. Took an early "retirement" from the Navy in 1995. Went back to working on cars again as a VW/Audi technician for about 16 years. Quit that in 2013 and finally started writing. More of my story is available in my eBook titled Broke Again? .

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Review by: joedeane on May 01, 2017 :
I have ALWAYS felt anxious when dealing with money. I enjoy spending it and then I know that anxiety will follow.
I really enjoyed the easy flow of this book. The analogies work wonderfully. Thanks for this fresh perspective. I've been more than foolish with money and am finally coming to terms with issues I have with it. Reading this was a very important step, now the action.
Like Mr. Ferguson says and I agree that there's no one to blame for my circumstances but me. I believe God has blessed me but the truth is I've been wasteful. Thanks again for writing this book.
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Review by: Desertphile on May 11, 2014 :
The writing is sub-sub-sub-standard English, much of which appears to have been written by a six-year-old.
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Review by: Remy Benoit on March 18, 2014 :
This is not a mega-volume of directions from A to Z with terms foreign to you on how to live, plan, invest for your financial stability. It is instead, a clear, no nonsense guideline to rational thinking that can lead you to not being broke again. Who wouldn't like some help with that? Join Mr. Ferguson by following along with him, the mistakes he made, the cures he found to that unending plague of broke again. Can a simple thing like a barrel metaphor help you from endlessly being crushed under your financial one that keeps you tied to it, endlessly pushing it uphill to only find it careening down to crush you with BROKE AGAIN?
Very often the most direct advice holds the cure all. So it is with the words of wisdom Mr. Ferguson offers you.
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Review by: Remy Benoit on March 18, 2014 :
This is not a mega-volume of directions from A to Z with terms foreign to you on how to live, plan, invest for your financial stability. It is instead, a clear, no nonsense guideline to rational thinking that can lead you to not being broke again. Who wouldn't like some help with that? Join Mr. Ferguson by following along with him, the mistakes he made, the cures he found to that unending plague of broke again. Can a simple thing like a barrel metaphor help you from endlessly being crushed under your financial one that keeps you tied to it, endlessly pushing it uphill to only find it careening down to crush you with BROKE AGAIN?
Very often the most direct advice holds the cure all. So it is with the words of wisdom Mr. Ferguson offers you.
(review of free book)

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