I never fully listened to my grandfather's advice. I remember he told me once that he has never paid late fees or interest on a credit card. He always paid off the money he used because he considered borrowing a blessing. He grew up in the Great Depression, born in 1921. His jobs growing up paid meager wages, and he learned to save and only spend for things he needed.
Never did he own anything fancy.
He gave away what he didn't consider a family necessity.
Family and taking care of family needs were his top priorities.
He donated what he could to those who were less fortunate.
He fully understood, "because I have been given much I too must give".
He didn't take advantage of anyone, nor was he ever dishonest in his dealings with his fellow men.
His financial decisions serve as a great reminder to me to budget wisely, save for necessities, and ensure that I provide for my family and it's well-being.
I've done an ok job of managing finances and following his advice, but there is so much more to improve on. He was smart enough to avoid debt and live resourcefully. I'm sure he never would have needed a service such as Speedy Debt Repo but today, money is managed differently, millions of people are in debt, and great examples
Shane D. Sorensen, MBA
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