Lately, I’ve really been doubling down on figuring out exactly which blocks and obstacles are keeping parents from moving confidently toward debt-free college for their kids.
From talking to parents when I speak, I know that they want debt-free college strategy that is:
- Clear, easy to digest, and quick
- Does not require much work from parents
- Safest and best for the child, regardless of where she goes in life
- Inspiring and reassuring—makes you feel good
- Tailored to kids’ ages and individual family needs—so parents don’t have to read or listen to anything they don’t need right now.
This last one is especially important.
Parents want clear, quick, specific instruction that applies to where their kids are right now.
No parent wants to spend time reading or listening to directions they’re not going to need for a year.
Because of this, I’ve taken two steps that are game changers for busy parents.
First—I organized my book of debt-free college instructions so that parents only read one chapter every three months or so—and every chapter is directed straight at a kid’s current month and year in school.
Then I created a fast-paced, 10-minute video training that explains how to use the book in the fastest, most efficient way.
Boom. Tailored to be exactly what you need, right now.
Second—because I know that parents are having individual questions they want answered—in mid-March of 2020 I’ll be opening the doors to a membership—where parents will have an open door to be with me in person, online, in a group setting, 10–15 times per year.
Doors to this membership will open for just 5 days in mid-March 2020.
You can find out more about this membership (and learn about the deep, altogether understandable parent needs that are inspiring me to create it) here.
Opportunity to join will only be extended to readers of my free weekly email newsletter.
You (and your friends) can subscribe now at bit.ly/helpfulnewsletter.
Parents, we need to talk about the blocks and obstacles you’re facing more in depth.
The stakes are high for your kids. College debt is a big deal.
If we, together, can overcome your blocks and obstacles and lay necessary, wise debt-free college groundwork early on, you can save the kids you love decades of unhappiness and struggle.
Even if you can’t save a penny, even if you’re not a candidate for government financial aid, even if your kids don’t get a single scholarship.
I want to hear more about the obstacles you’re encountering as you work toward this very important goal.
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