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The Easyway method requires no willpower or sacrifice. Clear your debts while buying everything you need to lead a rich and fulfilling life. Get Out of Debt Now applies the world-famous Allen Carr's Easyway method to the problems of over-spending and debt. It removes the desire to over-spend, so that you are able to live within your means without feeling deprived. It then sets out a simple, easy-to-follow guidance on how to clear the debts you have accumulated.

Full of practical advice on how to use your funds in the most effective way possible in order to get the most out of life, this book can enable anyone to escape the misery of debt and rediscover the joy of being free from money worries.

This unabridged audiobook is direct, structured and engaging way of digesting the method, which will enable you become debt-free for the rest our your life.

©2014 Allen Carr's Easyway (International) Ltd. (P)2014 Arcturus

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Thank God for Allen Carr

The book was tough to get through only because of my own weird fears and self-sabotage. But I made it through to the end and then listened again once my fears were asuaged. This book is a miracle and it has absolutely changed my mindset; helped me take a handle over my out-of-control spending and debt issues. I cannot recommend this book enough. If you find yourself struggling to listen to it because you are uncertain or afraid just keep going, I promise the outcome is wonderful.

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Inspiring Audio book

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to "Get Out of Debt Now". I found it to be practical and easy to follow. I've already begun using the instructions for getting out of debt and I feel more positive about getting out of debt. I never realized how straight forward getting out of debt could be. I would strongly recommend this audio book to anyone feeling overwhelmed and hopeless because of their debt. Kudos to the author!

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  • 01-13-20

In Pounds rather than Dollars

This book has great information but it's confusing to listen to money referred to on pounds versus dollars.

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Changed The Way I See Debt

Carr is a master at building changing our associations towards new and old behaviors.

I now have a clear budget and plan for paying off my debt. I am enjoying not spending money and finding ways to save.

A must read for everyone. It will help you get your feeling-state right around finances.

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Amazing Author who has helped millions..!

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I am not a gambler, but I read now read four books by Allen Carr: On smoking, alcohol, gambling, and debt...because I was so impressed with his unique approach to addictions.

I recently checked out his website. He company offers seminars and online classes around the world. I have a loved one who is a CHAIN SMOKER. He is also OVERWEIGHT...after being a skinny guy for much of his life.

I also have another family member who had a darling figure until she got married and had three children. I am interested in helping both of them.

BTW, on his website and on YouTube are video TESTIMONIALS from celebrities such as: Anthody Hopkins, Aston Kutcher, Ellen Degernes, and Richard Branson. Check them out.

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  • 03-05-22

Too much talking

I want "straight to the point" but this books talks a lot and tell more stories than going straight to the point.

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Self reflection

This book helped me understand my reason for spending money and thank you Allen Carr

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Where is the content?

Listened to this book for approximately 2 hours and there was NOTHING of content that kept me wanting to continue. Consistently the author would throw out phrases that would build suspense to what the book is about and inevitably fail to get to the point. I learned absolutely nothing about getting out of debt from this book and honestly am so surprised its ratings are high. I wish I could have made it to the end of the book, but I didnt feel like wasting another 2 hours or longer to find out what could have been expressed in the first 2.

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Awesome information

I really liked this book, even though I’m not at the end of my rope. Retirement is coming soon and I have some habits that need to be changed. Information is valuable!

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This is the book you've been waiting for!

great book! like with any illness or addiction or circumstance beyond our control, Alan Carr explains how first and foremost we need to accept our circumstances. it's been said many times in many places but this one is good for getting a handle on your financial circumstances and approaching it with an open mind. once you are ready to turn a crisis into an opportunity , you are ready to begin the next chapter in your own life

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  • Nattsi B
  • 02-25-18

Changed my life

This book was a God send. If it can help me it can help you too!


More of a change of mindset rather then a simple debt plan.

Explains thing in a way that makes your think and change your thinking. Which is more important then the numbers.


If you are serious about getting rid of debt. Invest in this!

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  • SP
  • 09-11-18

The best!

The definition of a honest person is Allen Carr! A person to trust. Highly recommend author. Many thanks Sir!

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  • Lisa Wealthall
  • 12-30-16

Makes you think!

I found this book very interesting and it's made me think differently about how big corporate money lenders sell you there wares, once you understand this it's easier to avoid the temptation of getting into debt, very thought provoking.

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  • Paul
  • 09-04-15

Good listen but not entirely authentic

Would you consider the audio edition of Get Out of Debt Now to be better than the print version?

No idea.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

The book is useful and gives you a sense of purpose to working on your debt. However, it is not narrated by Allen Carr, which was a disappointment, since he was such a good speaker. I don't think it was written by him either, but by someone who is now in charge of his clinics. It seems to be the method, but not quite authentic.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Wasn't a story.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No.

Any additional comments?

Worth looking at if you're in debt (who isn't?) and what you can do about it. Didn't seem to have that usual magic Allen Carr effect on me really.

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  • bryony
  • 07-21-15

A useful tool for changing your spending habits

If you could sum up Get Out of Debt Now in three words, what would they be?

Debt recovery plan

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

More case studies from people who have used the plan would make the book more enjoyable.

What does Allen Carr bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

I'm not sure.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Not really but it did change the way I spend and save.

Any additional comments?

A great book for anyone trying to get out of debt.

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  • Mr. D. M. Houlder
  • 11-30-14

Repetitive but worked

Would you consider the audio edition of Get Out of Debt Now to be better than the print version?

Not read print version but I think it was probably better for me as an audible - i know Allen Carrs technique for smoking and so i kind of new the basics!

What other book might you compare Get Out of Debt Now to, and why?

Easy way to quit smoking (but for debt / shopping addictio ninstead)

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The process of feeling light at the end of the tunnel

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

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Any additional comments?

Well worth a read if you want to cut spending!

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  • Claudiu Ksn
  • 12-19-21

SO. MUCH. USELESS. RAMBLE

i just stuck with it till the end thinking i might actually find something useful, but, it's just so, much, useless, repetitive, ramble in 95% of it. the last 5% is just absolutely logical steps which is nothing revolutionary or that nobody else has heard about. it was so anoying to just wait and wait and wait on all those (in the end very dissapointing) promises. as soon as i heard "have an open mindset" as a "STEP" i kinda figured it's all gonna be bs but yeah. 5 mins of researgh online is gonna be more useful to you than almost 6h of listening to this nonsense. (i listened at 1.5x and stil thought it's a waste of time)

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-12-21

Good Book With Sound Advice

LOVE Allen's quit smoking and drinking books they really, really work. I'm not entirely sure the same principle for quitting those vices can cross over to finance, it just doesn't seem to work in the same way. Don't get me wrong there are some 100% solid bits of advice in here from sorting your "junk spending" out, to getting started with a financial plan. But, if you really are struggling with debt and it's getting out of control speak to someone like Step Change a charity that will help you get out and see the light at the end of the tunnel, and they won't charge you a penny.
Yes, there is some great advice and guidance in here, but it won't get you out of debt now, it will get you out of debt eventually, it's a very long slow game to play.

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  • VanAlR
  • 05-09-21

So interesting and engaging

Another top book that changed my life. Really enjoyed as audible. Listened to it in a day.

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  • Vigneswaran
  • 03-19-21

Disappointing

more like a sermon rather than an audio book. Often repetitive, annoying. Though there maybe a few practical points to help out, not the book I would recommend. There are other better books out there to help in your debt challenges. Not worth it's worth in paperback!

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  • Aidan
  • 01-13-16

Worth it, really

Very rewarding, i have never been that bad with money a little too casual perhaps and once getting a bit too close to trouble, which made me curious when i saw this title.

This book has made me so much more confident about my finances as a whole, i keep careful logs now, i know to the cent where everything goes, and i feel like i know what to do if things ever got serious again, not that it will with such sound advice.

I no longer buy junk or miss it. I enjoy myself when it is appropriate without being stressed that i cant afford it, be it a day out, a camping trip or a meal.

Worth a read!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-27-20

genny

this would be so much better if he stayed on the topic of debt and didn't use the first 10 minutes to talk about smoking and being fat.