The material is easily approachable and encouraging. The steps to freedom are sound ones, already employed by millions, but the book also provides the needed goading to get you moving on toward your personal dreams that have been held captive by the credit card companies.
In the first part of the book Paretta gets down to the nitty-gritty. He teaches the strategies of itemizing purchases, raising the awareness of spending habits, persistence and effectiveness in negotiating with creditors, and leaving the cards at home when shopping. These are multiple tools required to dismantle the card balances.
The other parts of Paretta’s book reveal the change in the quality of your life as the balances are diminished and eventually evaporate. He addresses the empowerment and the happiness for the entire family that naturally follows. He also discusses the concept of charity, which is impossible when shackled with debts.
Master the Card is an epiphany for those imprisoned by debts. It will give you the confidence needed to speak to creditors and the strategic tools required to tame the credit card debts, eventually zeroing them out. Your perspective will finally include the reality that debt is temporary. You will discover ways to live without stress and with happiness.
After you realize that it was you who got you into the mess, you also realize you can get yourself out of it as well.