Need a Debt Coach? The Debt Movement is Here to Help

debt coachThink about this…..

Michael Jordan, one of the great basketball players of all time, had a coach.

Sir Richard Branson, one of the greatest entrepreneurs of all time, has several business and life coaches.

Two years ago I even hired a business coach to help improve my business and way of life.

Having a coach is invaluable to help you achieve your goals, desires, and a better way of life.

Most people don’t hire coaches, because they are afraid of the cost. That was something that I fought for a long time. Something my wife still does. Ha ha… :)

2 years later I don’t look at my coaching program as “cost” or an “expense”. I now view it as an investment as it’s changed my life in so many ways- business wise, family wise and spiritually wise.

In fact, I know that I never would have been able to start The Debt Movement had it not been for my coaching program.

Why Coaching?

Okay, you’re probably wondering what this has to do with you, right?   Watch the video below to find out.

Just in case you don’t have the patience to watch the video (or you’re at work) here’s what I have lined up for you……

Debt Coaches

I’ve lined up 5 (the video says 4 but I just got one more to commit -yeah!) Debt Coaches who have volunteered their time and expertise to help 5 lucky individuals (households) get out of debt.

Once again – it’s free!!!

How Does it Work?

If you are interested, here’s what you need to do:
  1. Apply -  Yes, you need to fill out an application.   We want to make sure that we only consider applicants that are highly motivated to get out of debt.    Click here to apply for a Debt Coach.
  2. Be Willing to Share.   The lucky ones selected will be asked to open up and share their journey with the entire Debt Movement community.  The Debt Coaches will also be sharing their recommendations on the blog.  My goal here is that others that are in a similar situation will benefit by joining you in your debt payoff journey.

That’s it!    I hope you’re excited as I am about this.

The Debt Coaches

Here’s a look at the awesome Debt Coaches that have stepped up to support the Debt Movement:

Jennifer HemphillJennifer Hemphill – GotHarMoney.com

Jennifer (“Jen”) Hemphill is a proud military spouse and mother of 2 boys.

She is an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC) and has a huge passion for educating and helping others in financial matters.

Jen provides simple, practical, & flexible financial education for women.  Services include one-on-one coaching, group coaching, and online programs.

Outside of working on her business she can be found spending time with her family, going to the gym, shooting some photos & volunteering.

CoachDamon Day – DamonDay.com

Damon Day is a Financial Advocate and a Debt Coach.

Damon has been my “go to guy” for anything debt related, especially debt consolidation.

You can find him at http://DamonDay.com and as a contributing writer at http://GetOutOfDebt.org, where he educates consumers about the debt relief industry and the dangers of taking financial advice from sales people.

Karie HillKarie Hill – KarieHill.com

Karie Hill is the Creator of Date Your Dollars, a fun, feminine approach to money for the woman who wants it all.

Through coaching, writing and speaking she teaches women how to align her money with her greatest desires and set the foundation for freedom, deep connection, generosity, radiant beauty and a thriving lifestyle.

Visit http://kariehill.com to get a FREE copy of One Shift: 25 Powerful Lessons in Abundance, Hustle & Happiness.

Steve StewartSteve Stewart – MoneyPlanSOS.com

In 2007 and 2009 Steve completed the courses necessary to teach individuals, couples, and even businesses about how money works.

Over the past 8 years he has become an expert on personal finance subjects such as budgeting, saving, investing, insurance, mortgages, and retirement.

Steve studied and learned how to communicate about these subjects through completing Dave Ramsey’s Counselor Training and achieved Lampo’s Financial Wellness Certification for the Workplace.

He is extremely passionate about teaching people how money really works and eager to help them get out of their financial mess.

Joanneh NaglerJoAnneh Nagler – DebtFreeSpendingPlan.com

JoAnneh Nagler is a Debt-Free Living Coach, writer, and artist.

She was a fund developer and grantwriter for more than 20 years, writing for causes in economic development, housing, health, human rights, youth, arts and the environment.

She has written for Rob Reiner’s I Am Your Child Campaign, and for the Oprah Winfrey Use Your Life Award-Winner Food from the ‘Hood in Los Angeles, among many others.

Jarim Person-LynnJarim Person-Lynn – BrassKnuckleFinance.com

Jarim Person-Lynn knows all too well how the trappings of debt and poverty can derail the dreams of the inner city youth.

Growing up submerged in the flashy L.A. culture throughout the late 90s/early 2000s, he was taught to buy first then think about how to pay for it later. Ultimately he found himself working day and night to pay off someone else’s life.

After a few false starts and partial escapes from old ways of thinking, Jarim got completely fed up with his situation in 2009 and vowed to eliminate the cycle of poverty/ “Keeping up with the Joneses” status quo that had tried to claim him and so many people he knew in his community.

Jackie BeckJackie Beck – The Debt Myth

Jackie Beck is a personal finance writer and creator of Pay Off Debt, an app that’s helped tens of thousands of people use the debt snowball method to pay off debt.

She’s gotten completely out of debt herself (including the house) and understands both what it’s like to be struggling with debt and to succeed at getting out. She’s determined to help others do the same. She’s been writing about personal finance and goals since 2006, and has a Masters degree in Educational Media & Computers.

Jeff and RobinJeff & Robin Ehrlich (married 40 years) - Debt Free Squad

They are the senior members of the coaching staff. Six years ago Jeff and Robin were $150,000 in debt not including their mortgage.  Today they are completely debt free and have encouraged their two children, Chris (32) and Cori, (30) to do the same.

Jeff coached competitive high school and college water polo for 40 years and is now a full time instructor at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.

He spends his off time working on the Debt Free Squad website and helping others to set up a “Spend every Penny” budget.  They recently completed the 30-day Budget Challenge video series for their website and feel it will be a perfect fit for dumping debt with the Debt Movement.  Click the link to get a preview:  http://www.debtfreesquad.com/30-day-budget-challenge/

Robin is now retired and loves to babysit their new grandson, Logan.  Before leaving Ciber, she worked over 30 years for Christian organizations.  They are both passionate about helping others live a life of peace through getting control of their finances, God’s Way.  They would love to help you.Jared_Rogers

Jared Rogers – Wilson Rogers & Company

Jared is an Illinois licensed Certified Public Accountant and the CEO of the Chicago financial services firm Wilson Rogers & Company.

Prior to his current role, he spent 13 years in the finance function of several major companies including Hyatt Hotels, PepsiCo, Robert Bosch and KPMG LLP.

In addition to the above, Jared is also the published author of Pathways To Wealth – A Common Sense Guide to Personal Money Management & Lifestyle Techniques (Authorhouse 2003).

In his role at Wilson Rogers, Jared is responsible for advising clients on matters ranging from income taxes to personal financial planning. He assists individuals and businesses with navigating their accounting, investment, strategy and consulting needs.

Philanthropically, Jared has served as Financial Secretary and Treasurer for the IDeaL Education Foundation (of which he is currently a Board Member). He also has previously volunteered as a tax preparer for the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA), which offers free tax help to low-to moderate-income people who cannot prepare their own tax returns.

Jared has given numerous presentations on investing, finance and tax matters and has blogged about many of these issues at www.wilsonrogers.blog.com.