April 6, 2022

[Ep. 322] Breaking the Debt Cycle for Good with Erin Skye Kelly

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“There’s a huge difference in what you know and what you practice.
– Erin Skye Kelly, Author of Get the Hell Out of Debt


This week on the podcast we’re tackling a common money problem that affects millions of people everywhere. Of course, I’m talking about debt. Joining me today is an author who racked up over $2 million of personal debt, despite being the owner of a mortgage brokerage at the time. Erin Skye Kelly, is on the show to share how she paid down her debt and is now helping others do the same.

Erin Skye Kelly is a bestselling and award-winning author, podcast host, educator, and entrepreneur. She’s created courses and workshops focused on financial empowerment and her book “Get the Hell Out of Debt” teaches financial literacy through a relatable and approachable lens.

In this episode, Erin shares what led her to accrue millions of dollars of debt, despite working in the financial industry and why that’s a more common occurrence than you’d think. She also shares why learning to build wealth is a part of her step-by-step guide to tackling your finances and how the pandemic has shifted things for younger generations. Whether you have student loans or have been racking up credit card debt, today’s episode will motivate you to create a repayment plan.

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