Do You Struggle with Money?
Money has power. It can support or destroy health, relationships, self-confidence and dreams. Yet most of us struggle with it, often resisting the reality it represents. Your attitude about money can trap you or liberate you. The good news is that you have the power to take control.
What You’ll Find on EscapingDodge.com
If you’re dealing with the consequences of dodging money-related responsibilities, it’s time to escape dodge. The road to prosperity lies just up ahead, but to get there you need a road map.
That’s what EscapingDodge.com is; a guide that will challenge your beliefs, change your attitudes and prompt you to take action. Most of the information here is divided into three categories; explore them in whatever order you like.
Examine your beliefs about money; what ideas are you holding onto that keep you stuck in Dodge? Click Challenge Your Beliefs to learn more.
Explore techniques for eliminating debt, avoiding “emergencies” and building cash reserves. Click Make a Plan & Take Action to learn more.
Discover how to increase your income and with it, both your spending and saving. Click Cultivate Your Income to learn more.
The road to Prosperity is not a private street blocked by locked gates. Nor is it a smoothly paved public highway marked by bright signs. That’s why so many of us flounder. Those who ultimately arrive share certain traits and overcome their struggle with money.
The aim of this web site is to explore what those traits are in a way that will enable you to “try on” the techniques, tools or processes you find appealing. Over time you will develop a working plan of your own. Whatever it is, you’ll find a Community here to support it.
Just like a marriage or partnership, a solid relationship with money requires effort and commitment. Good relationships don’t happen accidentally; they are intentionally forged over time. Are you ready to begin your journey?
What This Site is Not
You won’t find investment advice here. Escaping Dodge will help you eliminate debt, earn and retain more cash and feel secure. What you do with that cash is a whole different subject. For now it doesn’t matter whether you stash it under a mattress or bury it in a coffee can; the important thing is that you have control.