Student Loans Are The Devil: Discovering a Path of Purpose & Financial Freedom by Shatavia Elder

In Student Loans Are The Devil, educational leader and author Shatavia Elder combines a deeply personal narrative of her own journey through student loan debt along with practical strategies that will help you. No matter where you are on this journey, this book is geared to help you create personalized solutions to lessen the mental…

In Student Loans Are The Devil, educational leader and author Shatavia Elder combines a deeply personal narrative of her own journey through student loan debt along with practical strategies that will help you. No matter where you are on this journey, this book is geared to help you create personalized solutions to lessen the mental burden of the debt and to develop specific skills to help you use your past experiences and your debt as a foundation of your future freedom. Your financial freedom toward a more purposeful life is within your reach. This book will help show you a way.
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This book not only shares Shatavia’s ‘real life’ story, …”

Five Star Review on AmazonĀ By Melissa Belz

This book not only shares Shatavia’s ‘real life’ story, but empowers you through self reflection questions. As I was reading I related to her, laughed with her, and saw a new way of thinking about debt. Don’t let money or the lack thereof be a barrier in your life. Shatavia simply explains how your life is significant to the world no matter your circumstances and debt is not an end all. Read this book, discover yourself and live for your future, not your paycheck. See beyond your debt and knock it out along the way.

About the Author

With over 15 years experience as an educational leader and influencer, Shatavia is known for bringing transformative ideas and innovative solutions to the field of education. Globally she trains students, educators, and governmental leaders on how to effectively integrate principles of purpose, planning and leadership into their personal, corporate, and national spheres of influence.

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