Kill Your Dragon by AK Twelvetrees
Reboot Your Credit Rating and Live Debt Free.

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Engagingly written and at times useful but comes up short in providing enough detail for readers to truly “kill the dragon.”


A self-help guide for anyone facing unmanageable debt on credit and store cards . This is a monstrous problem for millions. The "dragon" of debt not only burns up all the cash we have, but often leads to a credit management crisis that wrecks the credit scores we all depend on.

But here is a clear spotlight on the inner game that you can harness to fight back against debt. In other words, how to Kill Your Dragon.

At the same time, the book offers a clear explanation of credit scoring and how to get yours into the best possible condition. This book approaches debt as a human problem with many dimensions, and offers the hope of breaking the cycle of dependency on credit for good.

Author AK Twelvetrees formerly worked with one of the world's most valuable commodities, but despite his global outlook, still suffered a crippling personal debt crisis. His book draws partly on his own psychological and practical approaches towards successful mastering this overwhelming challenge.

The book will empower you to:

-understand the build-up to a credit-management crisis
-redefine how you think about your credit and score cards
-turn your spending impulses into a weapon against your debt
-see the bigger picture behind consumer debt
-recondition yourself to live without your credit and store cards
-take steps towards better credit management now
-get expert help if you need it
-have the best credit score you possibly can.

The book doesn't pretend to be a quick-fix manual, but if you apply and develop the techniques it shares, you will have a good set of defensive tools to use in your battle against your debt. You will also have a clear guide to achieving your highest credit score potential.

Sources of further information in the book are geared towards UK readers, but the strategies it contains are equally suitable for US readers.

About AK Twelvetrees

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Published April 15, 2013 69 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction
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on May 30 2013

Engagingly written and at times useful but comes up short in providing enough detail for readers to truly “kill the dragon.”

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