Dave Ramsey on How to be Financially Successful Video

Here’s a good video podcast by Dave Ramsey. In just 5 minutes, you can improve your chance of financial success — how can you say no to that? In this video, you’ll learn what Dave Ramsey is all about and what he teaches. I thought the segments on Baby Steps and Debt Snowball were particularly good, but I enjoyed the energy level of the entire segment.

Personally, I don’t agree with everything that Dave Ramsey teaches, but I thought this is a very good video and 5 minutes worth spending.

Here’s a quick outline of the video:

  • Never stop learning


About the Author

By , on May 2, 2013
Andy Tenton
Andy is a 30-something New Yorker who turned his financial life around. He took charge of his finances, got out of debt, and is now working his way toward financial success. He is the publisher of WorkSaveLive.com.

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  1. Sensible points that we have already put into practice with considerable success paying off debt. Now to learn the investing part! We have emergency funds, some investments but won’t pay off the mortgage for some time – I am sure we can get a substantially better ROI than 3% and we have a lot of equity in the house.

  2. Joe Stickel says:

    I followed Dave’s advice. I got out of debt and I got a “bigger shovel.” Now we’re working on paying off the house early. There’s a tremendous sense of freedom that comes with not being in debt and having an emergency fund in place.

  3. The emergency fund is a key idea, if you can spare the capital. Great recap!

  4. I also don’t agree with every single thing Dave Ramsey says mostly because it doesn’t really work for us due to the med school loans; however, he really does have some good pointers and has helped so many people. Thanks for sharing!

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