The Follow Me out of Debt podcast is an easily-digestible show that's a unique peek into Tom's personal strategies that will show you what works (and what doesn't) to get out of debt and get into prosperity.
This isn't your typical get-out-of-debt show like others you may have heard before from other well-known authors and show hosts, including Dave Ramsey, Clark Howard, and others.
Instead, Tom is taking only the best and most recent and relevant information that's out there and distilling this into his own exclusive brand of successful and time-tested strategies that will help you to get out of debt and get into prosperity.
FMOOD 0400: The Power of Our Similarities
How can we use the power of our similarities to work together to get out of debt faster than we could if we were just going at it alone?
FMOOD 0399: Introducing Debt Support
A new group on Facebook has been created for our community of like-minded folks to ask questions, get into conversations, celebrate victories, and much more. Find out how you can join this free group today!
FMOOD 0398: The Minimalist Budget
Doing a minimalist budget isn’t the same as frugality. Being frugal is always helpful when it comes to saving money, but a minimalist budget is less about frugality and more about reducing the number of things that we’re spending money on. It's more of an exercise in finding out what we truly value and discarding the rest.
FMOOD 0397: The Joy of No Car Payments
Last week, I headed over to the credit union and wrote the check to officially pay off our second vehicle. Aside from the taste of freedom, there are also some great tips on what to do with the additional money that isn't going to a car payment every month.
FMOOD 0396: Cheap Living
Here are my top 5 tips on cheap living, and when you implement these tips, you will save money. I want you to feel comfortable about being cheap, because it's not really a bad thing, especially when it comes to personal finance.
FMOOD 0395: What Living Below Your Means... Means
The money that you are bringing in, either on your own or between you and your spouse, is meant to pay for certain expenses. When those expenses start to equal more than your available means, you have officially started to live above your means - the antithesis of where you want to be.
I stumbled across this podcast as I searched for podcast related to budgeting and debt. I am so glad that I found this particular podcast. Tom is so relatable and the fact that he too has experienced debt as well - definitely makes his approach more inviting. I have listened to the majority of his podcasts as well as browsed his website to listen to his content on there as well. I am so grateful that I found his podcast. I’ve started to incorporate several of his suggestions - such as shopping at Dollar Tree/Aldi more and including my 7 year old in my finances for learning purposes. Thank you. Thank you. :)
A podcast worth your time
Tom offers solid and tangible insight into the area of debt free living. His approach is very practical while presenting life experiences to help listeners become motivated to start and stay the course of debt free living.
thank you so much!
so grateful i was able to find this podcast. ❤️