She was like most wives and mothers in typical middle class America. She had a home, a car, a boat and a comfortable life. She had money saved in bank accounts and 401 K plans. She worked hard. Jen McDonough was a girl just trying to live the dream with her husband and four children.
But, as they moved up in life, they moved up in debt and although it seemed like they were swimming easily with the tide with their heads above the water, there was massive danger just below the surface. With over $150,000 in debt and a son who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, adding another $30,000 to their already teetering finances, Jen and her husband made a difficult decision and in that process traded one dream for another. It was a decision many know they need to make but few really do and with that decision, Jen changed every aspect of her life and can show you how you could do the same.
I won't spoil the story because Jen's book, LIVING BEYOND RICH is a must read for anyone whether you feel trapped in a circumstance or situation or believe you have taken the necessary steps on your way to making your dreams happen. Jen's story will make you wonder, "How did they ever do that?" or "What would I do?" Told with such transparency and sincerity, Jen shares profound insights and principles about getting from the bottom of the pit you never planned to find yourself in to the top of the mountain where you belong.
You might feel like you are on the brink of success or so far at the bottom you don't know how to get out. Either way, Jen's story will make an impact you won't forget.
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I recommend her story so highly, you can purchase it from the link on left side of this blog.
How your story begins is not as important as how it ends.
How do you think yours will end?
What is the biggest obstacle you have had to overcome?
What would you do differently if given another chance?
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