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Welcome to the testimonial page. It is my goal to post content that will inspire and motivate you and maybe even upset or anger you. Sometimes it’s the stuff that makes us mad or defensive—the stuff that really hits a nerve—that causes us to take stock of what we’re doing or to reevaluate what we believe to be true. I know because that’s how it works for me.

I’d love to know if what you read here has added value to your life and moved you farther along the road to Prosperity. If it has, please leave a testimonial. You will be giving me the gift of feedback and what you say could very well help someone else on their journey.

Thank you,

ReeSig

  1. Joe Juhant

    I must say I am very glad I found this page Ree and her resources have been very helpful..I just purchased a book she recommended and seeing the value in it reading it now I took a break to write this
    i’m not a big fan on reading but I have to keep this short I need to get back to the ebook..So anyone looking for someone to guide and help you with Amazon take her advice

    • Ree Klein

      Hi Joe ~

      Thank you so much for leaving your thoughts here. I really appreciate you taking your time to do that! I’m learning so much about being an Amazon FBA seller and I’m happy to pass on what I’ve learned. I’m glad Karon Thackston’s ebook “Amazon Advantage: Product Listing Strategies to Boost Your Sales” is working out for you. I’m going to dig into my copy tonight.

      Be happy, healthy and wealthy ~
      Ree

  2. Esther W.

    Hello Ree,
    I really enjoy your blog and am especially quite interested in watching you gain the experience of selling on Amazon. As you say, “it is not a slam dunk” but as you also mentioned, you are still on a steep learning curve. It would be wonderful to hear that your so-called hobby has turned into a rewarding career in which you will be able to guide other people.
    I think you will enjoy hearing that after encouraging my own daughter, age 31, to read your blog, she announced last night that she and her boyfriend have started a budget. They have designated envelopes for all the routine expenses, some for unexpected expenses, and some for entertainment. “Budget” has never before been in her vocabulary and I would like you to take a bow for her enlightenment.

    • Ree Klein

      Thank you so much, Esther, for sharing your daughter’s new-found budget interest. You made my day…heck, maybe even my whole month! I’m very excited about the Income Lab series because it’s a way for me to explore methods of earning location-independent income and share what I learn.

      But I’m no expert, so I am also hoping that readers like you who have experience with a particular income type will speak up and offer ideas and suggestions to try. I don’t mind being the crash test dummy, but a little help never hurt!

      I really appreciate when people come here to leave a note, so thank you from the bottom of my heart ~
      Ree

  3. Susan

    My thanks for this great blog. I found your strategy in fielding requests for recommendation letters was quite useful. In my field this is the season that requests start coming thick and fast! Other entries are also great for mulling over, but this one hit the relevancy target!

    • Ree Klein

      Hi Susan and thank you so much for taking your time to leave a note here! I’m so glad you like the site and get some value from reading the posts. The technique I describe in that topic, A Surefire Method for Getting a Letter of Recommendation, was a real eye-opener for me and can help both employee and manager alike.

      Have a wonderful day and a bright and happy year ~
      Ree

    • Ree Klein

      Hi Susan and thank you so much for taking your time to leave a note here! I’m so glad you like the site and get some value from reading the posts. The technique I describe in that topic, A Surefire Method for Getting a Letter of Recommendation, was a real eye-opener for me and can help both employee and manager alike.

      Have a wonderful day and a bright and happy year ~
      Ree

  4. Melanie

    Wishing you the best and most prosperous new year. May your blog blossom and grow just as you have over the many years 🙂

    • Ree Klein

      Thank you, Melanie, that means so much to me and I hope the same for you!

  5. Ross Lukeman

    Ree several pieces you have written have had an impact on my financial outlook. Most importantly your 2 Step article on being prepared for retirement had me go and run some numbers I’ve never looked at on what retirement will look like for me. I feel behind, but now I at least know what I need to do to get where I want to go instead of burying my head in the sand.

    I have also gotten a lot out of your article on whether our spending supports our values. This is such a great metric when we’re confused about where to put our money. I recently took your advice on this and chose between two trips, one for novelty, and one for the future of my company. Using this method, I was able to make the call based on my long-term goals.

    Thanks for these insights and reminders to get our finances worked out. There’s always room for improvement and it’s great to have your advice to help us get to the next level.

    • Ree Klein

      Ross, thank you so much for adding your testimonial here! I’m so happy that you’ve found value in some of the content I post here; if putting some of the suggestions/ideas into practice in your life makes it better in the long run, then I’ve accomplished my goal. I was around your age when I started really focusing on how money affected my life and changing some of my habits. I’m happy I did and I’m certain you will be, too! For future readers, here’s a list of the posts Ross referred to in his comment:

      – A Simple 2-Step Test to Ensure You’re Ready for Retirement
      – Does Your Spending Support Your Values Part I and Part II

  6. Sara Fimiani

    Yes by reading Ree’s blog Escaping Dodge I ask myself do I really need that item. I want to live debt free. Thanks for keeping me focused on the goal.

    • Ree Klein

      Hi Sara,

      Thank you so much for adding your voice and dreams here. I had the same dream…to live debt free…and I can tell you that it is a really awesome feeling when you arrive. When you get there, and you will, you’ll protect that freedom fiercely because you’ll never want to live with debt again.

      I’m honored that you find the content on Escaping Dodge worthy of your time and attention and mostly that it has helped you move forward on the life you desire.

      Cheers!
      Ree

  7. Taryn Dufault

    Ree has helped me change my relationship to money by creating an open and positive platform for discussion on a topic that many of us struggle with. Without judgement or ridicule she encourages us to take an honest look at our current relationship and provides useful knowledge to help us make the changes we are looking to make to reach our goals. I am so grateful to her for her willingness to share with all of us what she has learned.

    • Ree Klein

      Hi Taryn,

      Thank you for breaking the ice and being the first to leave a testimonial! For those who don’t know, Taryn is the wonderful artist who I found and hired to do the artwork that supports the Escaping Dodge brand. Through the process, I had to explain to Taryn what I was trying to accomplish and the vision I had for the various art elements needed. She was amazing to work with. She was able to take what I said and translate that into beautiful art. I can’t thank her enough!

      Taryn, I’m so happy that anything we discussed during that process and after has had a positive impact on your life. That is exactly what I’m trying to do in this world and it feels so wonderful to know that someone is listening and more importantly, acting.