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"brandon abigail" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eighty KRLD John a nationally are in the lobby of Ramsey solutions Hey guys how are you Hey Dave thanks for having us absolutely what do you guys live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful and all the way down there to do your debt free screen yes there bond how much were you paid off we have paid a hundred and sixty seven thousand right how long did this take about five and a half years okay cool and your range of income during that time so start off at about eighty and then through a variety of income sources and at about one sixty mode doubled it very cool what do you guys do for a living sell my husband's a physical therapist and I stay at home with their kids and since being coming that free I started a family trouble block to own very good good for you guys for so hundred and sixty seven thousand dollars that's why one dollar that include that that be our house you paid off your house yes Sir I'm not gonna work you know what they say about normal normal socks and you're not a way to get out guys your young to have a paid for household are you guys I'm thirty one in my thirty year old wife looks like she's twenty five because you've got no debt that's right read eight men even if you're sure you start this whole thing in your early twenties yes but only for twenty three years old you get after you so we're gonna pay off our house what's the house worth worth about two seventy five that'd be a guess but I know that it's paid for yeah it's okay to give us a wow and so you had no dead at that point except the house and you decide to go ahead world office house really what inspired you to do that at such a young age so we actually part of our senior we're crackling curriculum for our school well as your course and thought that was such a great way to have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and twenty and a senior high school yes yeah you took the foundations of course yes Sir all my gosh our curriculum yes so although we were young and married we probably didn't make the best choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that started us off on a good foundation and then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriage is around us and it seems like finances were either abundantly blessed seen marriages or just absolutely destroying them and we felt like you know what if we can just do one thing really well this is a good place to start now that's good and we're looking at it the money thing such a big thing let's get that right now work on others yeah good very good fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a hundred and sixty seven in five and a half years so that's like thirty thousand Bucks a year yeah we we did some things along the way on the front and we had the by cop cars paid for finished our basement so we did like a hundred eleven thousand in the last two years are wow yeah the really really got it to the point where it's just time to knock it out all the way so you reach you looked up a couple years ago could really see the light at the end the tunnel is not a train let's knock this out that's right sprint to the finish now good guys how do you feel you your three years old the only mobile payment pretty good no light life of baby step six was pretty good we had some good things took some fun trips all that stuff but like a baby step seven is pretty awesome Canada you'll be so rich so generous and completely change your life in your family tree I was so proud of it so did you have cheerleaders we did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was something we were really doing for us so between the two of us that was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one of the things that we did find was kind of funny it seems like for a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would work for so we found a lot of people that made more than us and that any this plan or made less than that I think would work for them so it's kind of a humorous for us along the way just to kind of see because we just work plan in one long did mom mom wow yeah your specific income because everybody else is gonna yeah that works for you but people like may yeah yeah so you have people saying you're crazy maybe not crazy but that may be close now may be good for you but not for us yeah yeah yeah which is pretty much saying you're crazy so who is your best and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our family has banned super super support as and cheering us on the whole way sounds good we haven't had anyone that his you know just acted like we were insane it's good very cool along the way you had some kind of yes Sir then what ages and and what I just a name and in six and Abigail's for now okay they were headed down to Disney world after this yeah we're going to stop by and see day but Mickey is saying man that's right that's right bring it make the happiest place on earth or whatever they call it yeah very fun and happiest place on earth is called your street address and learning is financing that's right for house yeah that's adult Disneyland right well done you guys so well then we tell people the key to getting out of that as well we hear people talk about all the time talk about your why and I think that's that's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning you've got to find out why until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives you goose bumps uhhuh and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're gonna do it because it's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was price fourteen years old I was listen to the radio and this guy was a kind of screaming and ranting a little bit he said something that stuck with me a little bit and here's what he said opportunity is missed by most people because is dressed in overalls and looks like work into when you're inspired to do something like that the extra work is a blessing in the opportunity to do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear and so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it and so for us are why in a very practical way is we want to honor the lord with our finance says we want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling so press like that gets us excited you're going to do every bit of that yeah and more well done you guys I'm very proud of it that's so neat fourteen years old is listening on the radio you take the class as a high school senior are high school curriculum which those of you out there that now we've got a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances known about post about fifty three percent of hospitals in America are now teaching at things on this so we're getting there bottom while you guys are you're the for that are are edges are in solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free screening very very cool good stuff good stuff well done you gas very well done we got a copy Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires an outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well done John actually Brandon Abigail from global on the way to Disney stop by the booth that for each grade modern sixty seven thousand but all five and a half years making eighty to one sixty two how's everything in thirty one years old counted down let's hear a debt free screen is ready right three two one one.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And so that started us off on a good foundation and then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriage is around us and it seems like finances were either abundantly blessed seen marriages or just absolutely destroying them and we felt like you know what if we can just do one thing really well this is a good place to start now that's good that's a good way of looking at it the money thing such a big thing let's get that right now work on others yeah good very good fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a hundred and sixty seven and five and a half years so that's like thirty thousand Bucks a year yeah we we did some things along the way on the front and we had the by cop cars paid for finished our basement so we did like a hundred eleven thousand in the last two years are wow yeah the really really got it to the point where it's just time to knock it out all the way so you reach you looked up a couple years ago could really see the light at the end the tunnel this monitoring let's knock this out that's right sprint to the finish now good guys how's it feel you your three years old the only mobile payment feel pretty good no light life of baby steps six was pretty good we had some good things took some fun trips all that stuff but like a baby step seven is pretty awesome you could be so rich so generously you've completely change your life in your family tree as the photo products so did you have cheerleaders we did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was something we were really doing for us so between the two of us that was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one of the things that we did find was kind of funny it seems like for a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would work for so we found a lot of people that made more than us and that any this plan or made less than that I think would work for them so it's kind of a humorous for us along the way just to kind of see because we just work plan and willing to wow yeah your specific income because everybody else is gonna yeah that works for you but people like may yeah yeah so you have people saying you're crazy maybe not crazy but that may be close yeah may be good for you but not for us yeah that thing you know it's which is pretty much saying you're crazy so who is your best and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our family has been super super support as and cheer us on the whole way sounds good we haven't had anyone that his you know just acted like we were insane it's good very cool along the way you had some kind of yes Sir what ages and and what ages in name and in six and Abigail's for now okay and are headed down to Disney world after this yeah we're going to stop by and see day but Mickey is saying man that's right that's right bring it make the happiest place on earth or whatever they call it very fond of his place on earth is called your street address and financial that's right for house yeah that's adult Disneyland right well done you guys so well then we tell people the key to getting out of that as well we hear people talk about all the time talk about your why and I think that's that's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning you've got to find out why until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives you goose bumps uhhuh and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're going to do it because it's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was price fourteen years old I was listen to the radio and this guy was a kind of screaming and ranting a little bit he said something that stuck with me a little bit here's what you said opportunity is missed by most people because is dressed in overalls and looks like work into when you're inspired to do something like that the extra work is a blessing in the opportunity to do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear and so worth it when you know exactly what you're doing it and so far as our why in a very practical way is we want to honor the lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling so press like that gets us excited you're going to do every bit of that yeah and more well done you guys I'm very proud of you the Sony fourteen years old is listening on the radio you take the class as a high school senior our house school curriculum which those of you out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances now in about phones about fifty three percent high schools in America are now teaching at things on this so we're getting there bought out by you guys or if you're the for that are our interests are in solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free screen very very cool good stuff good stuff well done you gas very well done we got a copy Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires an outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well done John Ashley Brandon Abigail from local on the way to Disney stop by the booth that for each grade sixty seven thousand but all five and a half years making eighty to one sixty how's everything in thirty one years old counted down let's hear a debt free screen is ready thanks three two one one my god with a little four year old girl and you think her.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And I are in the lobby of Ramsey solutions Hey guys how are you Hey Dave thanks for having us absolutely what do you guys live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful and all the way down here to do your debt free screen yes their bond how much were you paid off we have paid a hundred and sixty seven thousand right how long did this take about five and a half years okay cool and your range of income during that time says start off at about eighty and then through a variety of income sources and at about one sixty mode doubled it very cool what do you guys do for a living sell my husband's a physical therapist and I stay at home with their kids and since being coming that free I started a family trouble block to own very good good for you guys for so a hundred and sixty seven thousand dollars that's why what order that include that that the our house you paid off your house yes Sir I'm not gonna we're you know what to say about normal normal socks and you're not a way to go guys your young to have a paid for household are you guys I'm thirty one in my thirty year old wife looks like she's twenty five because she got no debt that's right how fun five and a half you're so you start this whole thing in your early twenties yes Sir twenty four twenty three three years you get out you say we're gonna pay off our house what's the house worth worth about two seventy five that'd be a guess but I know that it's paid for yeah it's okay to gas wow and so you had no dead at that point except the house and you decide to go ahead with a powerful shots really what inspired you to do that at such a young age so we actually part of our senior were crackling curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and twenty and a senior high school yes yeah if if the foundations of course yes Sir all my gosh our curriculum yes so although we were young and married we probably didn't make the best choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that started us off on a good foundation and then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriage is around us and it seems like finances were either abundantly blessed seen marriages or just absolutely destroying them and we felt like you know what if we can just do one thing really well this is a good place to start now that's good and we're looking at a money thing such a big thing let's get that right now work on others yeah good very good fun show you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a hundred and sixty seven and five and a half years so that's like thirty thousand Bucks a year yeah we we did some things along the way on the front and we had by cop cars paid for finished our basement so we did like a hundred eleven thousand in the last two years are wow yeah the really really got it to the point where it's just time to knock it out all the way so you reach you looked up a couple years ago could really see the light at the end the tunnel is not a train let's knock this out that's right sprint to the finish now good guys how do you feel you your three years old the only mobile payment feel pretty good no light life of baby step six was pretty good we had some good things took some fun trips all that stuff but like a baby step seven is pretty awesome can fill that out you could be so rich you'll be so generous and completely change your life in your family tree that was so proud of it so did you have cheerleaders we did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was something we were really doing for us so between the two of us that was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one of the things that we did find was kind of funny it seems like for a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would work for so we found a lot of people that made more than us and that any this plan or made less than that I think would work for them so it's kind of a humorous for us along the way just to kind of see because we just work plan in one long and it mmhm mmhm wow yeah your specific income because everybody else is no yeah that works for you but people like may yeah now so you have people saying you're crazy maybe not crazy but that may be close yeah may be good for you but not for us yeah yeah yeah which is pretty much saying you're crazy so who is your best and biggest earlier other than each other I mean all our family his van super super support as and cheering us on the whole way sounds good we haven't had anyone that his you know just acted like we were insane it's good very cool along the way you had some kind of yes Sir again what ages and and what I just a name and in six and Abigail's for now okay they were headed down to Disney world after this yeah we're going to stop by and see day but Mickey is saying man that's right that's right bring it make the happiest place on earth or whatever they call it yeah very fun and happiest place on earth is called your street address and are you financing that's right for house yeah that's adult Disneyland right well done you guys so well then we tell people the key to getting out of that as well we hear people talk about all the time talk about your why and I think that's that's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning you've got to find out why until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives you goose bumps uhhuh and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're going to do it because it's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was price fourteen years old I was listen to the radio and this guy was kind of screaming and ranting a little bit he said something that stuck with me a little bit and here's what he said opportunity is missed by most people because is dressed in overalls and looks like work into when you're inspired to do something like that the extra work is a blessing in the opportunity to do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear and so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it and so for us are why in a very practical way is we want to honor the lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling so press like that gets us excited you're going to do every bit of that yeah and more well done you guys I'm very proud of you that's so neat fourteen years old is listen on the radio you take the class as a high school senior are high school curriculum which those of you out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances now in about posts about fifty three percent high schools in America are now teaching at things also so we're getting there bought out by you guys you're the for that are are edges are in solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free screen very very cool good stuff good stuff well done you gas very well done we got a copy Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires an outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well done John actually Brandon Abigail from global on the way to Disney stop by the booth that for each grade modern sixty seven thousand but all five and a half years making eighty to one sixty bachelor house everything in thirty one years old counted down let's hear a debt free screen is ready right three two one one my god you.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning you've got to find out why until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives you goose bumps uhhuh and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're going to do it because it's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was price fourteen years old I was listen to the radio and this guy was kind of screaming and ranting a little bit he said something that stuck with me a little bit here's what he said opportunity is missed by most people because is dressed in overalls and looks like work into when you're inspired to do something like that the extra work is a blessing in the opportunity to do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear and so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it and so for us are why in a very practical way is we want to honor the lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling so press like that gets us excited you're going to do every bit of that yeah and more well done you guys I'm very proud of it that's so neat fourteen years old is listen on the radio and take the class as a high school senior are high school curriculum which those of you out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances now in about posts about fifty three percent how schools in America are now teaching at things also so we're getting there bought out by you guys if you're the for that are are edges are in solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free screen very very cool good stuff good stuff well done you gas very well done we got a copy Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires an outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well done John Ashley Brandon Abigail from global on the way to Disney stop bond that for each grade modern.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Hey Dave thanks for having us absolutely what do you guys live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful and all the way down there to do your debt free screen yes their bond how much were you paid off we have paid a hundred and sixty seven thousand right how long did this take about five and a half years okay cool and your range of income during that time says start off at about eighty and then through a variety of income sources ended about one sixty mode doubled it very cool what do you guys do for a living sell my husband's a physical therapist and I stay at home with their kids and since being coming that free I started a family trouble block to own very good good for you guys for so a hundred and sixty seven thousand dollars that's why what order that include that that be our house you paid off your house yes Sir I'm not gonna work you know what they say about normal normal socks and you're not a way to go guys your young to have a paid for household are you guys I'm thirty one in my thirty year old wife looks like she's twenty five because you got no debt that's right how fun five and a half you're so you start this whole thing in your early twenties yes but only for twenty three years old you get after you say we're gonna pay off our house what's the house worth worth about two seventy five that'd be a guess but I know that it's paid for yeah it's okay to give us a all in so you had no dead at that point except the house and you decide to go ahead World Health this house really what inspired you to do that at such a young age so we actually part of our senior we're crackling curriculum for school well as your course and thought that was such a great way to have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and twenty and a senior high school yes yeah you took the foundations of course yes Sir all my gosh our curriculum yes so although we were young and married we probably didn't make the best choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that started us off on a good foundation and then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriage is around us and it seems like finances were either abundantly blessed seen marriages or just absolutely destroying them and we felt like you know what if we can just do one thing really well this is a good place to start now that's good and we're looking at it the money thing such a big thing let's get that right now work on others yeah good very good I had fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a hundred and sixty seven and five and a half years so that's like thirty thousand Bucks a year yeah we we did some things along the way on the front and we had the by cop cars paid for finished our basement so we did like a hundred eleven thousand in the last two years are wow yeah the really really got it to the point where it's just time to knock it out all the way so you reach you looked up a couple years ago could really see the light at the end the tunnel this monitoring let's knock this out that's right sprint to the finish now good cash how do you feel you your three years old the only mobile payment Phil for good no light life of baby steps six was pretty good we had some good things took some fun trips all that stuff but like a baby step seven is pretty awesome can you could be so rich you'll be so generous and completely change your life in your family tree as the photo products so did you have cheerleaders we did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was something we were really doing for us so between the two of us that was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one of the things that we did find was kind of funny it seems like for a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would work for so we found a lot of people that made more than us and that any this planner made less than that I think would work for them so it's kind of a humorous for us along the way just to kind of see because we just work plan in one long and it wow yeah your specific income because everybody else is gonna yeah that works for you all I could may yeah yeah so you have people saying you're crazy maybe not crazy that that may be close yeah may be good for you but not for us yeah yeah you know it's which is pretty much saying you're crazy so who is your best and biggest her later other than each other I mean all our family has been super super support ad and cheering us on the whole way sounds good we haven't had anyone that his you know just acted like we were insane it's good very cool along the way you have some kind of yes Sir then what is and and what ages in name and in six and Abigail's for now okay and are headed down to Disney world after this yeah we're going to stop by and see day but Mickey is saying man that's right that's right bring it make the happiest place on earth or whatever they call it yeah very fun and I have his place on earth is called your street address is our financing that's right for house yeah that's adult Disneyland right well done you guys so will the only tell people the key to getting out of that as well we hear people talk about all the time talk about your why and I think that's that's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning you've got to find out why until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives you goose bumps uhhuh and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're going to do it because it's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was price fourteen years old I was listen to the radio and this guy was a kind of screaming and ranting a little bit he said something that stuck with me a little bit and here's what he said opportunity is missed by most people because is dressed in overalls and looks like work into when you're inspired to do something like that the extra work is a blessing in the opportunity to do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear and so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it and so for us are why in a very practical way is we want to honor the lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling so press like that gets us excited you're going to do every bit of that yeah and more well done you guys I'm very proud of you that's so neat fourteen years old is listening on the radio you take the class as a high school senior our house school curriculum which those of you out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances now in about phones about fifty three percent of hospitals in America are now teaching at things also so we're getting there bought out by you guys or if you're the for that are our interests are in solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free screen very very cool good stuff good stuff well done you gas very well done we got a copy Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires an outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well done John actually Brandon Abigail from global on the way to Disney stop by the booth that for each grade hundred sixty seven thousand but all five and a half years making eighty to one sixty Sir how's everything in thirty one years old counted down much era debt free screen is ready thanks three two one one.

Kentucky Dave Louisville fourteen years sixty seven thousand dollars fifty three percent twenty three years thirty one years thirty year three years two years
"brandon abigail" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Three percent of hospitals in america are now teaching things so we're getting there but while you guys are you're the fruit of that our our solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream very very cool good stuff good stuff well done. You guys very well done. We got a copy of chris hogan's book for you. Retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires in ayers and outrageously generous. Which is your plan. Obviously well done john ashley brandon abigail from level on the way to disney stop buying the debt free scream hundred sixty seven thousand paid off five and a half years making eighty to one sixty. That's their house and everything thirty. One years old counted down. Let's hear a debt free. Scream ready all right three two one. We're aw gosh you look at that little four year old girl and you think thank her daddy when he was fourteen heard somebody say go to work me ranting about work and dan little girl right there because her daddy decided her mommy decided to be grownups and not blame. Everybody else not be a victim of everything that's going on. It should be victor. They're not only in control. They're they're destined for financial great in one hundred and sixty seven thousand dollars paid off. Their home is worth two seventy five..

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington's election headquarters, depend on it w a Cumulus station. Now, the nail news it four I'm Maria. Leave President Trump holding the first of three rallies he planned tonight, and Cleveland if cryan. Nancy pelosi. And the legendary Maxine Waters. Gain the majority they will try to raise your tax restore job killing regulations. Shut down your coal mines and your steel mills. That's what's going to happen. The president will also hold rallies in Indiana, and Missouri this evening, political scientists watching Virginia's seventh congressional district has an early bellwether for raises nationwide. The central Virginia race between Dave Brandon Abigail span burger, we'll be one of the first indications of whether suburban voters will swing left a district. It is faithfully Republican district. Normally all things being equal right now. It is deadlocked. Winton kid political science professor at Christopher Newport university in the past the seventh district has reported faster than counterparts in northern Virginia. Making it a race to watch early. If the Democrats were able to knock off Dave brat. It tells us I think something about competitive Republican held seats around the country, and whether they're going to lean toward Democrats this year window in wanted to be a male and wwl dot com to close critical raises in Florida the governor's race between Tallahassee democratic mayor Andrew gillum and Republican congressman Rhonda's Santa's and the Senate race between incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson. Flora's Republican governor Rick Scott's. The Senate race. If Rick Scott's able to topple Bill Nelson that's going to go a long way to helping Republicans control the Senate, and if Andrew gillum is the winner here on the democratic side,.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Shannon and Ashley are in the lobby. Of, Ramsey solutions. Hey guys how are ya hey? Dave thanks for having us absolutely where do you guys. Live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful and all the way. Down, here. To do your debt free scream yes sir. Bond how much have you paid. Off we have paid one hundred sixty seven thousand a right, how long. Did this. Take about five and a half years okay? Cool and your range of income during that time so started off at about eighty and then through variety of, income sources ended about one sixty doubled, it, very cool, what do you guys. Do. For a living so my husband's a. Physical therapist and. I stay at home with our kids. And since being coming. Debt free I've started a family. Trouble block to oh very good good for. You guys fun so one. Hundred sixty. Seven thousand dollars that's. A lot What does that, include that'd. Be our. House you paid off your house I'm looking? At where people you know what they say about normal normal socks and you're not why go guys you're young, to have a paid for house how old, are you, guys I'm thirty one. And. My thirty year old wife looks like. She's twenty five You got no debt Great man how fun five. And a half years so you start this whole thing? In. Your early twenties yes say twenty four. Twenty three years old, you get you say we're gonna. Pay off our house? What's the house worth it's probably worth. About two seventy five, that'd be a guest but I know that it's paid for Yeah it's okay to gas Wow and so you had no dad at that point except the house and. You decided to go ahead we're going to the what inspired you to do that. At such a young age so we actually part of our senior required curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to. Have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and. Twenty, and senior high school You took. The foundations course yes, sir all my? Gosh our curriculum so although we were young and, married we'd probably didn't make the best. Choices, I don't. Also think we made any horrible choices and. So that started us off on a. Good foundation and then. When we got married we kind of, just looked at. It the marriages around us and it seemed like finances were either abundantly blessing marriages or just absolutely destroying them and. We felt like you know what if we. Can, just do one thing really well this is. A good place to. Start no that's good that's a good way, of looking at it the. Money thing such a big thing let's get that right and then. We'll. Work on other good very good fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a. Hundred and sixty seven and five and a half years so that's like thirty thousand. Bucks a year yeah we we did some things along the way on the front end we had to buy a couple of cars pay four finished our basement. So we did like one hundred eleven thousand in the last two Years oh, wow yeah they're really really got to. The, point where. Is this time to knock it out all. The way so you reach you looked. Up a couple of. Years ago could really see the light, at the end. Of the tunnel there's not a trace knock this out sprint to the finish yeah good guys how's it feel you. Three years old you don't even have a. Payment, feels pretty good life at baby step six. Was pretty good I. Mean we had some good things took some, fun trips all that stuff. But life of baby step seven is pretty awesome I can tell Now. You're going to be so. Rich and, you'll be so generous you've completely changed your life, in your family, tree that was so proud of you so did. You have cheerleaders We did I think one of the things that we looked at was. This, was something we were really doing for us so between the. Two of us that was really what we tried. To make sure this was building. Our relationship with each other One of the things that we did find that was kind of funny it seemed. Like a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would workforce so we've found a lot of people that made more. Than. Us. And than it need this plan or made less than, I think it. Would. Work. For them so it's kind, of humorous. For us. Along the way just to kind of see because we just worked plan and went along and did it wow. Yeah your specific income because everybody, else that works for you people like may yeah yeah so you have people saying you're crazy Maybe not crazy but, that may be. Close. Yeah. Maybe good for you but not for Thing yeah. Which, is pretty much saying, you're crazy yeah So who is? Your, best and biggest cheerleader other than each. Other I mean all our. Family has been super super supportive and cheering us in the hallway so. We haven't had anyone that has just acted like we were insane That's. Good very cool and along the way you had some kiddos yes sir And. What I just name's Braden is six Abigail? Four, okay Down to DisneyWorld, after this so yeah well, we? Gotta stop. By and see but Mickey is saying man right that's right bring. It, Mickey happiest. Place on earth or whatever they call it yeah very fun happiest place on earth is called your, street. Address Yeah that's adult Disneyland right there. Man done you guys so well then what do you tell people the key to getting out of, debt as well we hear. People? Talk about all the time and talk about your y and I think that's that's. The answer that we would land with, and so one of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning. You've got to define that why until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that? It gives you goosebumps and if you're so, inspired by that the mechanics of, doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby, steps along the way it's just you're gonna do it because. It's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was probably fourteen years old I was listening to. The radio and this guy was kinda screaming and ranting, a little bit and he said something that stuck with me a. Little bit and here's what you said didn't opportunity is missed by most. People because. It's, dressed in overalls and it looks, like work and so when, you're? Inspired to. Do something like that the extra work is a blessing and the. Opportunity, to do. That just become something that it's not necessarily easy But it makes it so clear so worth it when you know exactly why you're. Doing it and so for us our why in a very practical way, is we want to honor the Lord with our finances we want. To improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it will approve, our legacy that we leave. For? Our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot. Of fun traveling so I like that, gets us excited and you're gonna get to do every bit of that and more well done you. Guys I'm very proud of you that's so neat fourteen years old he's listening to the radio? And you take the class as a high, school senior our high school curriculum, which those of you out there that don't know we've got, a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances now in. About about fifty three percent of the hospitals in America are now teaching things so we're getting there but while you guys. Are you're the fruit of that are edges are Ed, solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream very very cool good stuff good stuff Well done, you guys very well done we've got a copy of, Chris Hogan's book for, you retire inspired and that's the next chapter to. Be millionaires and outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well. Done, John Ashley Brandon Abigail, from Louisville on the way to Disney stop buying the a. Debt free scream hundred. Sixty seven thousand paid off five and a half years make an eighty to one. Sixty that's their house and everything at thirty one years old counted, down, let's hear, a debt. Free scream Ready three two one.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on KSRO

"Three five at ninety four five ks SRO John and Ashley are in the lobby? Of Ramsey solutions hey guys how are you hey thanks for. Having us absolutely where do you guys live we live in. Louisville, Kentucky. Wonderful all the way down here to debt. Free scream yes sir Bon how. Much have you paid off we have paid one hundred and. Sixty seven. Thousand a. Right how long did this take about five? And a half years okay cool, and your range of income during that time so started off at about, eighty and then through variety of income sources, ended about, one sixty doubled it. Very. Cool what are you guys do for. A living so. My husband's a physical therapist? I stay at home. With our kids and since. Being coming debt free I've started a family travel block. To oh very good good for you guys fun so one hundred sixty seven thousand dollars that's a lot what all does that include that'd be our house you paid off, your house I'm looking at where people You know what they say about, normal, normal socks, and you're not way. To. Go guys you're young to have a. Paid for house. How old are you guys? I'm thirty one and. My thirty year old wife. Looks like she's twenty five Got no debt Great man how fun five and. A half years so you start this whole thing in? Your, early. Twenties yes sir twenty four twenty three three years. Old you get have you say we're going to pay? Off our house what's? The house worth it's probably worth about. Two seventy five that'd, be a guest but I know that it's paid for Yeah it's okay to guess Wow and so you had no dad at that point except the house and. You decided to go ahead we're. Gonna pay off this house really what? Inspired you to do that. It's such a young age so we actually part of our senior required curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to. Have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and. Twenty. And senior high school yes? You, took. The, foundations course yes sir Oh my gosh our curriculum so although. We, were young. And married we'd probably didn't make the best. Choices I don't, also think we made. Any horrible choices and. So that started us off on a good. Foundation and then. When we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriages around us and it seemed like finances. Were either abundantly blessing marriages or just absolutely. Destroying, them and we felt like you know what. If we can just. Do one thing really well this is a good place to start no. That's good that's a good way of looking at it the money thing such. A, big. Thing let's get, that right and then we'll. Work. On other stay good very good fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a. Hundred and sixty seven five and. A half years so that's like thirty? Thousand bucks a year yeah. We we did some things along the way on the front end we had to buy a couple of cars paid for finished our basement so we did like. One hundred and eleven thousand in the last two years oh wow. That's. A really really got it? To, the This. Time to knock it, out all the way so you reach you. Looked up a. Couple of years ago could really see the light at the end of the tunnel is not a trailer knock. This out right sprint to the finish yeah. Good, guys how's it feel you three years old. You don't even have. A payment feels pretty good life at baby steps six was pretty good. I mean we had some good things took some trips all that stuff but. Life, baby. Step seven is, pretty awesome I can tell You. Don't be so rich. And you'll, be so generous you've completely changed your life in your family, tree as so proud of you so did. You have cheerleaders We did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was something. We were really doing for us so between the two of us that. Was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one of. The things that we did find that was kind of funny it seemed like a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would. Workforce so we've found a lot of people that made more than us and didn't need this plan or made less than I think it. Would work for them so it's kind of humorous for. Us along the way just to kind of see because we just worked playing. When along and did it Wow Yeah your specific income because everybody else's that works for. You People, like may yeah, yeah so you have people. Saying, you're crazy maybe not, crazy but that. May. Be close yeah maybe good for you but not for Thing. Yeah, which is pretty much, saying you're crazy So who is your? Best, and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our family. Has been super super supportive and, cheering us, on the whole way we haven't. Had anyone that has you know just acted like we were insane That's good very cool, and along, the way you had some kiddos Yes sir And what name's Braden and six. Gills. Four, okay Down to DisneyWorld after this so, yeah well we gotta, stop, by and. See day. But Mickey is saying man that's right that's right bring it Mickey. Happiest, place on. Earth or whatever they call it yeah very fun happiest place on earth is called. Your street. Address Four hours yeah that's adult Disneyland right. Here man well done you guys so well then what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is well. We hear. People, talk about all the time and talk, about your y and, I, think that's. That's the. Answer that we would land with and so one of the things. That, I look. At from watching some cynics video from the beginning You've got to define, that why until it so tangible and so clear and so, specific that it gives you goosebumps and if you're so inspired. By that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just. You're gonna do it because it's just that you're so, inspired by what you're doing probably when I was probably fourteen years old I. Was, listening to the radio and. This. Guy, was kinda screaming, and ranting, a little bit and he said something that stuck with me a little bit? And, here's what you said didn't opportunity is missed by most people because his, dressed in overalls and it looks like work and so when you're. Inspired to do something like that the extra work is a blessing and the opportunity to do that Just become something. That it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so, clear so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it Yeah and so. For us our why in a very practical. Way is we want to honor the Lord with our finances we want. To improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll. Prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun. Traveling so for us like. That gets us, excited and you're. Gonna get to do every, bit of that and more well done you guys I'm, very proud of you, that's so neat fourteen years old he's listening to. The radio and you take the class as a high school. Senior, our high school curriculum which, those of you out there that don't know we've got a high. School. Curriculum call foundations and. Personal finances now in about folks about fifty three percent of the high schools in. America are now teaching it thanks so we're getting there but while, you, guys are, you're the. Fruit of. That are edges are Ed solutions team. Will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream very very cool good stuff good stuff, well done you guys very well done we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you Retire inspired and that's, the next chapter to be millionaires and outrageously generous which is your. Plan. Obviously well done John. Ashley Brandon Abigail from Louisville on the way to Disney stopped buying a debt free. Scream hundred sixty seven thousand paid off five and a half years, make, an eighty, to one. Sixty that's. Their, house and everything at thirty one. Years old countdown Matera debt free scream three two one.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lobby of Ramsey. Solutions, hey, guys how are? Ya, hey. Dave thanks for having. Us. Absolutely where do you guys? Live we live in, Louisville, Kentucky. Wonderful and all the way down here to do your debt free. Scream, yes sir. Bond how much have you paid off We have paid one hundred sixty? Seven thousand a right how long did this take about five and a half years okay cool and your range, of income during that time so started off, at about, eighty and then through. Variety. Of income sources ended about one sixty. Doubled it very. Cool what are you guys? Do for a living. So my husband's a physical. Therapist and I stay at home with our kids and since being coming debt free I've started a family trouble block. To oh very good good for you guys. Fun so one hundred sixty? Seven thousand dollars that's a lot what all does that include that'd be our, house you paid off your house I'm looking at where. People, and. You know what? They, say. About normal normal socks. And. Your way to go guys? You're young to have, a, paid. For house how old are you guys I'm thirty one and my. Thirty, year old. Wife looks like she's twenty five Because she's got no debt Great man how fun. Five and a half years so you start this whole. Thing in your early, twenties you're saying twenty four twenty. Three years old you get have you say we're? Gonna pay off our? House what's the house worth it's probably. Worth about two, seventy five that'd be aghast but I know that it's paid for Yeah it's okay to guess Wow and so you had no dad at that point except the house and. You decided to go ahead we're. Gonna pay off this house really what? Inspired you to do that. It's such a young age so we actually part of our senior required curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to. Have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and. Twenty. And senior high school yes you. Took the, foundations course. Sir my gosh our curriculum so, although we were young married we'd probably. Didn't make the best choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that started us. Off on a good foundation and, then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriages around us and it seemed like finances were either abundantly blessing marriages. Or just absolutely destroying, them and we? Felt like you know what if we can just, do one thing really well this is. A, good place. To start no that's good that's a good. Way, of looking at it The, money thing such a big thing let's get that right then we'll work on other. Stay good very good, fun so you? Lean into the mortgage and you pay off a, hundred and sixty seven and five and. A, half years. So that's like thirty thousand bucks a year Yeah we we did some things along the way. On the front end we had to buy a couple of cars paid for finished our basement so we did like one. Hundred eleven thousand in. The last two years oh wow that's a. Really, really got. To the point where it's time to knock. It out all the way so you reach you. Looked up a couple of years ago. Could really, see the light at the end of the tunnel, that's not a, train let's knock this. Out sprint to the finish. Yeah good guys how's it feel you. You're three years old you don't even have a payment feels, pretty good life. Baby step six was pretty good I mean we had some good things took some fun trips all that stuff but. Life a baby step seven is pretty awesome Yeah You're gonna be so, rich and you'll be so. Generous you've completely change your life in your family. Tree that was so proud of. You so did you have? Cheerleaders We did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was. Something we were really doing for us so between the two of us. That was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one. Of the things that we did find that was kind of funny it seemed like a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan. Would workforce so we've found a lot of people that made more than us and didn't need this plan or, made less than I think. It. Would work for them so, it's kind of humorous for. Us along the way just to kind of see. Because we just worked playing went. Along and did it wow Yeah your specific income because everybody, else's yeah that works for. You People like may, yeah yeah so. You, have people saying you're, crazy maybe not. Crazy. But maybe close yeah maybe good. For, you but not for Thing? Yeah, which is pretty much, saying you're crazy So who is your? Best, and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our. Family has been super super supportive and, cheering us, on the hallway so we haven't. Had anyone that has you know just acted like we were insane That's good very cool, and along, the way you had some kiddos Yes sir And what ages in name's Braden and six and. Avid, gills. Four, okay Down to. DisneyWorld. After. This Oh yeah well we, gotta stop buying see day, but? Mickey is. Saying man right that's right bring it Mickey happiest place on earth. Or, whatever they. Call it yeah very fun happiest place on earth is called your street address Four. Hours yeah that's a dull Disneyland right there man Well done you guys so well then what do you tell? People the key to getting out of debt as well we hear people, talk about all the time and talk about your y and I. Think that's that's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I, look at from watching. Some? Cynics video from the beginning you gotta define that why until it's so tangible and. So clear and so specific that it, gives you goosebumps and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the. What the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're going to do it? Because it's just you're so inspired by what, you're doing probably when I was, probably fourteen years old I was listening to the radio and this, guy was kind of screaming and ranting a little bit and. He said something that stuck with me a little bit and here's what you said didn't opportunity is missed by most people. Because it's dressed in overalls and it looks like work, and so when you're inspired to do something like that the extra. Work is a blessing and the opportunity to, do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear so worth it. When, you know exactly why you're doing. It And so for us our why in a very, practical way is we want to honor the Lord with our finances. We want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it, will approve our legacy. That? We leave for our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to. Have a lot of fun traveling so, that gets us excited you're going to get to do every bit of that and more well done. You guys I'm very proud of you that's so neat fourteen years old he's listening to the? Radio you take the class as a high, school senior our high school curriculum, which those of you out there that don't know we've got a, high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances now in about. Fifty three percent of the high schools in America are now teaching it thanks so we're getting there but while you guys. Are you're the fruit of that are edges are Ed, solutions team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free. Scream very very cool good stuff good stuff, well done you guys very well done we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you Retire. Inspired and that's the, next chapter to be millionaires and outrageously generous which is your plan. Obviously. Well done John Ashley. Brandon Abigail from Louisville on the way to Disney stopped buying the debt free scream. Hundred sixty seven thousand paid off five and a half years making, eighty, to one, sixty that's. Their house. And, everything at thirty one years old. Counted down let's hear a debt free scream is ready Three two.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"John and. Ashley, are. In the lobby? Of, Ramsey. Solutions hey guys how. Are. Ya hey Dave thanks for? Having us absolutely where, do, you. Guys live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful and all the way. Down, here. To do your debt free scream yes? Sir Bon how much have you paid off we have paid. One hundred and sixty seven thousand right along did? This, take. About five and a half years okay cool. And your range of income during. That time so started off at about eighty and then through. Variety of. Income sources. Ended about one sixty doubled it very cool? What are you guys do for a living so my husband's a physical therapist and I stay at home with, our kids and since being coming debt, free, I've started, a family travel block. To. Oh very good good for you guys. Fun so one. Hundred sixty seven thousand dollars that's, a lot What all does that include that'd be. Our house. You paid. Off your house there I'm looking at where? People you know what they say about normal normal socks and you're not it way to go guys you're young, to have a paid for house how, old, are you, guys I'm thirty one. And. My thirty year old wife looks like. She's twenty five Because got no debt Great man how fun five. And a half years so you start this whole thing. In your early twenties you're saying twenty four twenty three years old You say we're going to pay. Off our house what's the house worth. It's probably worth about two seventy five that'd be a. Guest but I know that it's paid for Yeah it's okay to guess Wow and so you had no dad at that point except the house and. You decided to go ahead we're, gonna pay off the house really what? Inspired you to do that. It's such a young age so we actually part of our senior required curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to. Have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and. Twenty. And senior high school. Yes, took. The foundations course, yes sir, oh. My gosh our curriculum yes so although, we were young and married we'd probably. Didn't make the best choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that started us. Off on a good foundation and, then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriages around us and it seemed like finances were either abundantly blessing marriages. Or just absolutely destroying, them and we? Felt like you know what if we can just, do one thing really well this is a. Good place. To start now that's good that's a good. Way, of looking at it The money things such a big thing let's get. That right then we'll work on. Other good very good, fun so you? Lean into the mortgage and you pay off a, hundred and sixty seven and five and a. Half years. So that's like thirty thousand bucks a year Yeah we. We did some things along the way on the front end. We had to buy a couple of cars pay four finished our basement so we did like one hundred and eleven thousand. In the last two. Years oh wow yeah that's a really really. Got, to the. Point where is this time to knock it? Out all the way so you reach you looked. Up a couple of. Years ago, could really see the light at the end of the tunnel, this not a train let's knock this out. Sprint to the finish yeah good guys. How's it feel you you've three years old a payment, feels pretty good. Life at baby steps six was pretty good I mean we had some good things took some trips all that stuff. But life baby step seven is pretty awesome Can tell you're gonna be so rich. And you'll be so. Generous you've, completely changed your life in your family tree that wasn't so, proud of you so did you have cheerleaders We did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was something we were, really doing for us between. The two of us that was really what we tried to make sure this was. Billing relationship with each other One of the things that we did find that was kinda funny it seemed like. A lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would workforce so we've found a lot, of people that made more. Than. Us. Than it need this plan or made less than I, think it would. Work. For. Them so it's kind of humorous for, us along the, way just to kind of. See, because we just worked, playing went along and did. It wow yeah your specific income because everybody else's that works for you people like may yeah yeah so you have people saying you're crazy. Maybe not crazy but that may be close yeah maybe good for you but not for Thing. Yeah, which is pretty much, saying you're crazy So who is your? Best, and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our. Family has been super super supportive and, cheering us, on the hallway so we haven't. Had anyone that has you know just acted like we were insane It's good very cool and along, the way, you had some kiddos you sir And what. I just name's Braden is six and Abigail four okay Down to DisneyWorld. After. This Oh yeah well we, gotta stop by see, day. But Mickey. Is saying. Man that's right that's right bring it Mickey happiest place on earth. Or, whatever they. Call it yeah very fun happiest place on earth is called your street address Four hours yeah that's adult Disneyland Reich man Well done you guys so well then what do you tell people the? Key to getting out of debt as well we hear people talk about, all the time and talk about your y and I think that's. That's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I look at, from watching some cynics video, from the beginning you got define that why until it's so tangible and so clear. And so specific that it gives you, goosebumps and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way you're going to do it? Because you're so inspired by what you're doing, probably when I was probably fourteen, years old I was listening to the radio and this, guy was screaming and ranting a little bit and he said, something that stuck with me a little. Bit, and here's what. You, said Opportunity is missed by most people, because his dressed in overalls and, it looks like work and so when you're inspired to, do something like that the extra work is a blessing and. The opportunity to do that Just become something that it's not necessarily. Easy but it makes it so. Clear so worth it when you know exactly. Why you're doing it and so for us our y and very practical. Way is we want to honor the Lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage. We know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we want to. Have give crazy generously and. We want to, have a lot. Of fun traveling so I, like that gets us excited and you're going, to get to, do every bit of that and more well done. You guys I'm very proud of you that's so neat. Fourteen years old he's listening to, the radio take the class as a high school senior our. School. Curriculum which those of. You out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum foundations and personal. Finances now in about four by fifty three percent of the hospitals in America are now teaching it thanks so we're getting there but while you guys are. You're the fruit of that are edges are Ed solutions, team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream Very. Very cool good stuff good. Stuff well done, you guys very. Well done we've got a, copy of Chris Hogan's book for you retire, inspired and that's, the next chapter to be millionaires and outrageously generous. Which is your plan obviously well Don John Ashley Brandon. Abigail from Louisville on the way, to Disney stop buying the do a debt free scream hundred. Sixty. Seven thousand five and. A half years make an eighty to one sixty that's their house and everything at. Thirty one years old counted Matera debt free scream three two one There Oh my. God you look at that little four year old girl and you think her, daddy when he was fourteen heard somebody, say go to work me ranting about. Work And the little girl right there Because her daddy decided her mommy decided To. Be grownups and not blame everybody else not be a, victim of everything that's going on Victor They're not only in control. There They're destined for financial greatness One hundred and sixty seven thousand dollars off their home. Is worth two seventy five they. Make on his income alone one. Hundred sixty thousand a year Are you hearing this you. See happen this is they get. Married straight out of high school So you can do this.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"It's. Not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear, in so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it And. So for us are y and are very. Practical way is we want to honor the Lord with our finances we want. To improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it. Will approve our legacy that we leave for. Our children we wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot. Of fun traveling so for. Us like that, gets us excited. You're gonna get to do, every bit of that and more well done, you guys I'm very, proud of you that's so neat fourteen years old. He's listening to the radio take the class as a high. School, senior our high school curriculum, which those of you out there that don't know we've got. A high school curriculum. Call foundations and personal finances now in about four about fifty three percent of. The hospitals in America are now teaching things so we're getting there, but, while you, guys you're. The fruit. Of, that are edges are Ed solutions. Team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream very very cool good stuff good, stuff well done you guys very well done we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you Retire inspired and that's the. Next, chapter to be millionaires and, outrageously generous which is your plan obviously well done John Ashley. Brandon Abigail from Louisville. On the way to Disney stopped buying the do a debt free scream hundred. Sixty seven thousand bait off five and a half years making eighty, to, one sixty, that's their. House and. Everything, at thirty one years old counted. Down let's hear a debt free scream three.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"John and Ashley are in the. Lobby of. Ramsey solutions. Hey guys how are ya hey thanks for? Having us absolutely where do you guys live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful all the way down here to, do your debt free scream yes sir, bond, how much. Have you paid. Off, we. Have paid one hundred and sixty seven. Thousand a right. How, long did this take about five. And a half years okay cool and your. Range of income during that time says started off at about eighty and then through variety of income sources ended about one sixty doubled. It very cool what are you guys. Do for, a living so my husband's a physical therapist and I stay at home with our kids. And since being coming, debt free I've started a family travel block to oh very good. Good for you gosh fun so one hundred sixty seven thousand dollars that's a lot What all does, that include. That'd be. Our house you paid off your house there? I'm looking at where people say about normal normal socks and you're not it why to go guys you're young, to have a paid for house how old, are you. Guys I'm thirty. One, and. My thirty year old wife looks like. She's twenty five Got no debt that's what it is Great man. How fun five and a half years so you start? This. Whole thing in your early twenties yes say twenty. Four twenty three years old you get have you? Say we're gonna pay? Off our house what's the house worth. It's probably worth about, two seventy five that'd be a guest but I know. That it's paid for Yeah it's okay to guess Wow and so you had no dad at that point except the house and. You decided to go ahead we're, gonna pay off the house really what inspired you to do that. At such a young age so we actually part of our senior required curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to. Have such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and. Twenty, and senior high school Yes You took the foundations? Course, yes. Sir oh my, gosh our, curriculum. Yes so although we were young and, married we'd probably didn't make the best. Choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that started us off on a good. Foundation and then when we got, married we kind of just looked at it the marriages around us and it seemed like finances were either abundantly blessing marriages or just absolutely destroying. Them and we felt, like you know? What if we can just do one thing really, well this is a good place to start. Now that's. Good that's a good way of looking at. It money things such a big. Thing let's get that. Right and then we'll work on other, good very good. Fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a hundred and sixty seven and five and a half. Years so that's like thirty thousand bucks a. Year, yeah we we did some things along the. Way on the front. End we had to buy a couple of, cars pay four finished our. Basement so we did like one hundred eleven thousand in the last two. Years, oh. Wow Oh yeah really really got to the point where it's time to knock it. Out all the way so you reached you. Looked, up a couple of years ago can really. See the light at. The end of the tunnel this not a, train let's knock this out. Sprint to the finish yeah good guys how's it feel you you're three. Years, old Have a payment feels pretty good life at baby step six was pretty good I. Mean we had some. Good things took some trips all that stuff. Life, a baby. Step seven is pretty awesome I can tell Yeah You're gonna be so, rich and you'll be so. Generous you've completely changed your life in your family. Tree that was so proud of. You so did you have? Cheerleaders We did I think one of the things that we looked at was this was. Something we were really doing for us so doing the two of us. That was really what we tried to make sure this was building our relationship with each other one of. The things that we did find that was kind of funny it seemed like for a lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan, would, workforce so we've found a lot of people that made more than us than didn't need this plan, or made less than I. Think it would work for, them says kind of humorous. For us along the way just to kind of. See because we just worked playing. Went along and did it Wow Are your specific income because everybody else's that works for, you people like. May. Yeah. Yeah so you have people saying you're. Crazy Maybe not crazy but that, may be close. Yeah. Maybe. Good for you but not for that Thing, yeah which is pretty, much saying you're crazy So who is your? Best, and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our. Family has been super super supportive and, cheering us, in the hallway so we haven't. Had anyone that has you know just acted like we were insane That's good very cool and along the way you had some kiddos yes. Sir wages and and what ages in, name's Braden, is six and Abigail four okay Down to DisneyWorld. After. This Oh yeah well we, gotta stop buying see, day. But Mickey. Is saying. Man that's right that's right bring it Mickey happiest place on earth. Or, whatever they. Call it yeah very fun happiest place on earth is called your street address Four. Hours yeah that's a dull Disneyland right there man Well done you guys so well then what do you tell? People the key to getting out of debt as well we hear people, talk about all the time and talk about your y and I. Think that's that's the answer that we would land with and so one of the things that I, look at from watching some. Cynics? Video from the beginning you've got to define that why until it so tangible and. So clear and so specific that it, gives you goosebumps and if you're so inspired by that the mechanics of doing a budget in the. What the outcomes of the baby steps along the way it's just you're gonna do it because? It's just that you're so inspired by what, you're doing probably when I was, probably fourteen years old I was listening to the radio and this, guy was kind of screaming and ranting a little bit and. He said something that stuck with me a little bit and here's what you said didn't opportunity is missed by most people. Because his dressed in overalls and it looks like work, and so when you're inspired to do something like that the extra. Work is a blessing and the opportunity to, do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy but it makes it so clear so worth it. When, you know exactly why you're doing. It And so for? Us our why in a very practical way is we want to honor, the Lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage we. Know that it will improve our marriage we know that it will approve our legacy that we leave, for our children we wanna. Have? Give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling so for. Us like that gets us excited on, you're going to get to do every bit of that and more well done you guys I'm very. Proud of you that's so Sony fourteen years old he's listening to the radio and you take? The class as a high school senior our, high school curriculum which those of, you out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum, call foundations and personal finances now in about focused by fifty. Three percent of the high schools in America are now teaching and things off so we're getting there but while you guys. Are you're the fruit of that are edges are solutions, team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream. It's very very cool good stuff good stuff, well done you guys very well done we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you Retire inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires and outrageously generous. Which is your plan. Obviously well done John Ashley Brandon Abigail from Louisville on the way to Disney. Stopped buying a debt free scream hundred sixty seven thousand paid off. Five and, a half, years making. Eighty to. One, sixty that's their house and everything. At thirty one years old download Sarah debt free scream Three two one Oh god.

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"So it's kind of humorous for us along the way just to kinda see. 'cause we worked playing when along did it. Wow. Yeah. Your specific income because everybody else's that works for you, people like may. Yeah. So you have people saying you're crazy, maybe not crazy, but maybe close? Yeah, maybe good for you, but not for buying. Yeah, which is pretty much saying you're crazy. So who is your best and biggest cheerleader other than each other? I mean, all our family has been super super supportive and cheering us law in the hallway. So we haven't had anyone that has just acted like we were in saying, it's good. Very cool. And along the way you had some kids, you sir. And what I just name's Braden six and gills. Four. Okay. Down to DisneyWorld after this. So yeah. Well, we gotta stop by the day, but Mickey is thing man. That's right. Bring it Mickey happiest place on earth or whatever they call it. Yeah, very fun. Happiest place on earth is called your street address. Yeah, that's a dolt Disneyland right there. Well done you guys, so. Well, what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt as well? We hear people talk about all the time and talk about your y, and I think that's that's the answer that we would land with. And so one of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning, you've got to define that. Why? Until it's so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives you goosebumps. And if you're so inspired by that, the mechanics of doing a budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps along the way. It's just you're going to do it because it's just that you're so inspired by what you're doing? Probably when I was probably fourteen years old, I was listening to the radio, and this guy was kind of screaming and ranting a little bit, and he said something that stuck with me a little bit. And here's what you said didn't opportunity is missed by most people because his dressed in overalls and it looks like work. And so when you're inspired to do something like that, the extra work is a blessing and the opportunity to do that just become something that it's not necessarily easy. But it makes it so clear so worth it when you know exactly why you're doing it. And so for us, our y and very practical way is we want to honor the Lord with our finances. We want to improve our marriage. We know that it will improve our marriage. We know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children. We wanna have give crazy generously and we want to have a lot of fun traveling. So for us like that gets excited to do every bit of that and more well done you guys. I'm very proud of you. That's so Nate fourteen years old. He's listening to the radio and take the class as a high school senior, our high school curriculum, which those of you out there that don't know. We've got a high school curriculum call foundations and personal finances. Now in about phones about fifty, three percent of the high schools in America are now teaching things. So we're getting there. But while you guys are you're the fruit of that are edges are Ed solutions. Team will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream, very, very cool. Good stuff. Good stuff. Well. Done you guys very well done. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired, and that's the next chapter to be millionaires and outrageously generous, which is your plan obviously well done. John Ashley, Brandon Abigail from Louisville on the way to Disney stop buying the debt free scream hundred sixty seven thousand paid off five and a half years. Make an eighty to one sixty that's their house and everything. Thirty one years old counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream is ready, right? Three to one..

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"brandon abigail" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"brandon abigail" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ninety two. Three FM John, Ashley, are in the? Lobby, of Ramsey solutions hey. Guys. How are ya hey thanks? For having us absolutely, where, do. You guys live we live in Louisville Kentucky wonderful and all the. Way, down here. To do your debt free scream? Yes sir bond how much have you paid. Off. We have paid one hundred sixty seven thousand right how long. Did, this. Take about five and a half years okay. Cool and your range of income. During that time so started off at about eighty and then. Through variety. Of income. Sources ended about one sixty doubled it? Very cool what are you guys, do for living so my husband's a physical therapist I stay at home, with our kids and since being coming, debt, free I've, started a family travel. Block. To oh very good good for you. Guys fun so. One hundred sixty seven thousand dollars that's a? Lot what all does that include the our house you paid off, your house I'm looking at where people do you know what they, say about normal normal socks and you're, way, to go, guys you're young to. Have. A paid for house how old are. You guys I'm. Thirty one and my thirty year old wife? Looks like she's twenty five She's got no debt Great man how fun five. And a half years so you start this whole thing? In, your. Early twenties yes sir twenty four twenty three. Years old you get have you say we're going to? Pay off our house? What's the house worth it's probably worth. About two seventy five, that'd be a guest but I know. That it's paid for Yeah It's okay to. Guess Wow and so you had no dad at that point except the house and you. Decided to go ahead we're gonna. Pay off this house really what inspired? You to do that it's. Such a young age so we actually part of our senior required curriculum for our school was your course and thought that was such a great way to have. Such a good foundation so we got married at nineteen and twenty. And senior high school You took the foundations course yes sir Oh my gosh our curriculum, so although we were young and married. We'd probably didn't make the best choices I don't also think we made any horrible choices and so that. Started us off on a good, foundation and then when we got married we kind of just looked at it the marriages around us and it seemed like finances were either abundantly. Blessing marriages or just, absolutely destroying them? And we felt like you know what if we, can just do one thing really well. This, is a. Good place to start no that's good that's. A good way of looking at. It money things such. A big thing let's get that right, and then we'll. Work on other good very good fun so you lean into the mortgage and you pay off a hundred and sixty. Seven and five and a half years so. That's, like thirty thousand bucks a year yeah we. We did some things. Along the way on the front end we, had to buy a couple. Of cars pay four finished our basement so we did like one hundred. Eleven, thousand. In, the last, two years oh wow yeah they're really really got it to. The, point Whereas this time to knock. It, out all the way so you reached you. Looked up a couple. Of years ago could really see the light, at the end of the. Tunnel this not a trained let's knock this out sprint to the finish. Yeah, good. Guys, how's it, feel you your three years old Remember payment feels pretty good life baby step six was pretty good I mean we. Had some good things took some trips all. That, stuff but. Life of baby step seven is pretty awesome Yeah you're gonna be so rich and you'll be. So generous, you've completely changed your life and your family, tree that was, so proud of you so did you have cheerleaders We did I think one of the things that we looked at was. This, was something we were really, doing for us so between. The two of us that was really what we tried to make sure this building. Our relationship with each other One of the things that we did find that was kind of funny it seemed like. A lot of people are specific income is the only income this plan would workforce so we've found a lot of people that made more. Than us. Than than it need this plan or made less than I think it would work for them so it's kind. Of humorous for us along the, way just to kind of see because we worked plan and went along and did it Wow yeah your specific income because everybody else's that works for you People like may, yeah yeah so you have people saying, you're crazy maybe not. Crazy. But maybe close maybe good for you but not for Thing yeah, which is pretty much, saying you're crazy So who is your? Best, and biggest cheerleader other than each other I mean all our family. Has been super super supportive and cheering, us on, the whole way so we haven't. Had anyone that has you know just acted like we were insane That's good very cool and along, the way, you had some kiddos yes sir Ages and names Brandon is six and Abigail? Four, okay Headed down to Disney World. After. This Oh yeah well, we gotta stop by, and, see day. But Mickey. Is saying man that's right that's right bring it Mickey happiest place. On, earth or. Whatever they call it yeah very fun happiest place on earth is called your. Street address For house that's adult Disneyland right there man well done you. Guys so well then what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is well, we hear people talk about. All? The time and talk about your y and I think that's that's the answer that. We would land with and so one, of the things that I look at from watching some cynics video from the beginning you've got to define that why until it so tangible and so clear and so specific that it gives? You goosebumps and if you're so inspired by, that the mechanics of doing a, budget in the what the outcomes of the baby steps, along the way you're going to do it because it's just. That you're so inspired by what you're doing probably when I was probably fourteen years old I was listening to the radio. And this guy was screaming and ranting a little bit, and he said something that stuck with me a little bit and. Here's what you said didn't opportunity is missed. By, most. People, because his dressed in overalls and it, looks like work and, so. When you're. Inspired to. Do something like that the extra work is a blessing and the. Opportunity, to do. That just become something that it's not necessarily easy But it makes it so clear, so worth it when you. Know? Exactly why you're doing it and so for us our why in a very practical. Way is we want to honor the, Lord with our finances we want to improve our marriage we know that it will improve our marriage we know that it'll prove our legacy that we leave for our children we wanna have? Give crazy generously and we want to have, a lot of fun traveling so, like that gets us excited you're going to get to, do every bit of that and more well done you guys. I'm very proud of you that's so neat fourteen years old he's listening to the radio and you take the class as. A high school senior our high school curriculum which those, of you out there that don't know we've got a high school curriculum foundations and personal finances now in about About fifty three percent, of the high schools in America are now teaching it thanks so we're getting there but while. You guys are you're the fruit. Of that are edges are Ed solutions team. Will be so thrilled to hear this particular debt free scream very very. Cool good stuff good stuff well you guys very well done we've got a copy of. Chris Hogan's book for you retire. Inspired and that's the next chapter to be millionaires and outrageously generous which is your plan. Obviously well done John Ashley. Brandon Abigail from, Louisville on the. Way to Disney stopped buying, a debt free scream hundred sixty seven thousand paid off, five and a half, years make an eighty to one sixty that's their. House and everything at thirty one years old countdown Matera. Debt free scream Is ready right three two, one.

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