Zero Debt: Break the Debt Cycle and Reclaim Your Life
Zero Debts – Break the Debt Cycle and Re-Claim Your Life, is about the author's ten-year long journey from going neck deep into debt to being absolutely debt-free.
In this book you will learn:
How the author got into debt (circumstances)
How being in debt paralysed cognitive decision making
How even simple day to day life became complicated
The thought process ...more
The same thing happened with our author Sh Neeraj Denigal. He married and incurred a lot of debt. He had three credit cards, 3 housing loans and one car loan. ...more
It's a wonderful guide to manage personal finances and lead a stress free life on account of financial outcomes.
The book deals with various experiences of the author throughout his life and the lessons learned from them thereby, guiding the readers about practical and effective ways to manage personal finances.
The author talks about why and how modernization is leading to increasing debt ...more
As the author states, this is based on his experiences. The steps he took may not work for everyone, but he wants to inspire people to rethink their situations.
I can admire that and get behind that idea. But I think it could have been communicated better. The writing style the author prefers often omits small words such as "the" or "a" or "of," has some odd comma and semicolon placement, and uses the passive voice extensively. It becomes very distracting. In addition, some to ...more
This book seeks to inspire the reader to become debt-free, which eventual ...more
This book is a very easy read, written very lucidly using simple language which makes understanding of the concepts easier.
Personally as I have read a lot of personal finance books which sometimes feel dry to lea ...more
The book is broken down into chapters that dwell on author's early years, his financial and health woes, his advice for a better life and finally, the conclusion.The language used is simple and easy to comprehend. The author has meticulously penned down his initial struggles in understanding the financial ball game and also offered practical solutions to various proble ...more
What I really liked about this book was that not only did it describe about how to deal with finances (debt as well as investment) , it also teaches you about how to manage your life. Like the importance of : taking care of health, staying away from gadgets, connect with family and relatives, etc to name a few. If followed wisely, the book can go to help you achieve your goals without committing the mistakes which the author had com ...more
I feel that this book is interesting and good to read!!! It is not preachy – Some of us may connect with the experiences of Author!!
My rating for this book is 3.5/5
You can read my full review of this book here - https://sadhuvi.wordpress.com/2017/09...
A very impactful read that drives home the importance of leading a debt free life. More importantly, the author's expirential narrative inspires and motivates that it can be done, no matter how deep the doldrums. ...more
The book starts by discussing author's life and how he started his career. It leads to cover up the most important decade of his life which includes settling in job ...more
Naturally, the book begins with our author in his childhood. I think it true that as children, we are taught ve ...more
The author starts by highlighting the fact that how families and schools fail to teach kids about managing finances since they are provided for and never have t ...more