You have to get in the blocks before you can start a race. Get in the blocks now and get prepared. Think pace and endurance as you pass the milestones. These might include new job/promotion, new place to live, new vehicle, new credit, even a new mortgage. You will do them all, and do them sooner than you think, if you will donate a little of your time each day for a very worthy cause… Your Future!
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You didn’t know it would be like this. Bankruptcy cut down your debt, but now it’s holding you back from the fresh start you needed. Employers, landlords, and insurance companies… it seems like everyone wants to know about your bankruptcy and what it did to your credit report.
It’s time to take action. Do a little each day to complete your plan and achieve your goals. That’s all it takes. Lots of small steps works better than two or three big ones. In a short time you will look back and wonder how you accomplished so much.
Most bankruptcy lawyers are focused on bankruptcy alone. They usually get their job done well enough, but they aren’t focused on the after effects, especially the long term issues. You need a clear picture of just what bankruptcy did and did not do for you.
Make a plan, chart a course, think ahead! Planning: it’s the key to one of the first rules for rebuilding your life after bankruptcy. You will not make it up as you go along. It just wastes time to do it that way. A little bit of planning is the key to success.
Bankruptcy was the beginning of a fresh start, not the completion. Your credit report was battered by it, and your credit report will have a lot to say about your financial future. A credit report is someone’s interpretation of your credit history. Make sure they put your story in the best light possible.
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