September 27, 2011

Making a Federal Case of the War on Debt

No matter what is happening in your life today, it doesn’t have to stay that way. Listen as Dani shares techniques that can make a difference in your personal and financial life starting now!

What would you do if you had $200,000 a year to support your family? Sounds like a lot of money, doesn’t it? And considering that the average American’s household income in 2010 was about 25% of that … you’d think that unless you were raising both “The Brady Bunch” and “The Partridge Family” under the same roof that you could make that sum work.

But our representatives, your representatives in Washington, D.C. who are actually crying in public because they’re “only” earning $200,000 each year.

Sounds like they need some new legislation! The kind Dani Johnson offers in her “War on Debt” program!

Now, this isn’t about class warfare. There are always going to be people who make a lot of money in this country, and some who can’t make as much as they’d like. But what Dani wants you to understand that it isn’t about how much you bring in: It’s how much you spend out!

How are you finding the keys to your chains of debt, so you can break free and start living without debt, without financial stresses, and really discover what your life is supposed to be about?

This is not about politics: It’s about learning how to live within our means, as individuals and as a country. Who thinks Dani should be testifying in Washington, D.C. about debt reduction? Well, until they call her down there, she’s calling out to you with her own words of wisdom. So be sure to listen to this unique Wednesday Radio Show to find out how you can do what the Congress cannot! Declare war … on debt!

Categories: Debt   

Tags: @danijohnsonlive   federal budget   foolish spending   radio show   War on Debt   

First Steps to Success
First Steps to Success

Join the conversation

  1. marisa mclean October 1, 2011

    these government people in the usa are doing crazy things with money just like in the uk.This is nuts they havent got a clue when it comes to money like you said they cant lead themselves financially.We all need to listen to and follow you Dani.You have the proof with lots of testimonies from your clients.Im ordering your script book,to start earning more money in my business and then i will be coming to your first steps to success seminar.

  2. Jordy October 7, 2011

    No! I do not think $200,000 per year for food is reasonable. What you are sharing makes sense.

    The recent debt ceiling decision making process that the democrats and republicans went through was rather disappointing. Their inability to agree in a reasonable amount of time reinforces what you have shared about our leaders not being in unity. It’s frustrating that we have two opposing forces making financial decisions on our behalf.

  3. Erin Branscom October 11, 2011

    Dani, I think you should do a whole post on menu planning and show your receipts! :) Show exactly how its done! :)

  4. Sheila July 4, 2012

    can’t access the broadcast! Frustrated!!!!!

    • Aubrey Cavazos July 5, 2012

      Sheila, sorry to hear you are having difficulty accessing the post. The settings are currently available for you to hear/see. If you continue to have difficulties please contact Client Services. You can call this number (866) 760-8255 or submit a ticket here