• May
    13

    Flat Broke? If You Are, Read This Post

     

    In my earlier post, I wrote about the amazing things that happened which gave me a roof over my head. I forgot to mention one thing, an email that came in from J.J. Luna about one of his books. The title is: “Flat Broke: How to Get Back on Your Feet, Fast.” The timing couldn’t have been better.

    I’m a major fan of Luna’s books and not just for the sake of privacy. He offers some really great solutions to life challenges and I’m impressed by his clarity and insight. Clearly, he’s a man who has lived what he writes about.

    In my own life, I’ve been facing some of the challenges he discusses. I’ve learned a lot from that and my own experiences. I’m sharing them because I’m sure they’ll be useful to those of you who read my blog.

    In FLAT BROKE? How to Get Back on Your Feet, Fast!, Luna shares stories from different people who fell into hard times (including himself) and what they did to recover.

    The book opens with “The Story of Homer Croy,” which also appears in Dale Carnegie’s book: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, which in my opinion is one of the most valuable books anyone can have in their library.

    In Flat Broke, Luna gives the reader actionable strategies to raise money, fast. He also address a huge problem so many of us have – the issue of rent and how to cut that to almost nothing. In his book, OFF THE GRID: Live in a Van, Truck, Trailer, or Motorhome, Luna offers many strategies to cut that one important, but major cost.

    The downside is if you don’t have much money, you won’t be able to take advantage of it. In Flat Broke, Luna discusses a way of working with banks about repossessed properties as a way of finding a good place to live for a minimal amount of money. It’s a brilliant strategy and as soon as I saw it, I felt it would be a solution to my problems.

    He offers many other ideas, too. And for the low price on Amazon, it’s hard to beat. I recommend all the above books. I’m sure they’ll be useful to you.

    © Nathan Segal

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