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I even purchased Financial Peace last fall. I found that the best way to remain calm is to stop listening to Dave tell me to calm down. The days I go to Clark Howard and skip Dave are calmer.
Used to love this podcast and before you couldn’t tell weather Dave favored Democrats or Republicans however that is no longer true. Can we stick to financial advise and not what you think about how you feel about the government wanting us to shelter in place to stop the spread of the virus. Your show is becoming more like watching the news full of your personal opinions and the facts as you see it. I think this is all happening so we can all slow down and really realize and recognize that God is in control.
Please stop with the personalities!! They’re soooooooo bad! Please come back on the air Dave!!
Listen to this podcast every day and I still learn something new and insightful everyday.
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Dave has great insight for people looking to get out of debt and has helped so many people do this. Once out of debt though stop listening. Investing all your money in only mutual funds and real estate is not wise. Dave caused a lot of people to lose their life savings in 2008 by ignoring all the warning signs and common investing sense, and the next crash is coming as history predicts and he’s still not changing his tune. Personal debt guru, investing moron.
Take heed. This is not like the nuttiness of y2k doomsdayers at all. If we get through this, Dave will say it was all lunacy and that we were all acting like nuts. Keep shaking hands with the public, Dave. From Chris Kresser’s email list: Jason Kottke wrote an excellent article explaining why, in a pandemic like COVID-19, appropriate actions to “flatten the curve” often seem like overkill both at the time they are taken, and in retrospect. He quotes physician Dr. James Hamblin: “The thing is if shutdowns and social distancing work perfectly and are extremely effective, it will seem in retrospect like they were totally unnecessary overreactions.” and epidemiologist Mari Armstrong-Hough: “You won’t ever know if what you did personally helped. That’s the nature of public health. When the best way to save lives is to prevent a disease rather than treat it, success often looks like an overreaction.”
The most profound things are often very simple. There is no magic to this stuff which is why it works. I’ve been following Dave for several years and I am thankful that I found him young and was able to use his guidance to avoid some traps I could’ve easily fell into along the way. Dave is true to himself which may offend some and that’s ok. Millions of us love him because he is genuine and does not hold back his thoughts. He provides hope to his listeners and a strong sense that you can tackle whatever you’re facing - a concept offensive to some of those waiting for a handout. I have been and will continue to be a loyal listener, customer, and fan. Thanks Dave!
I think it’s funny and ironic how people can’t deal with someone else’s opinions. Dave’s show is well... HIS Show! If you don’t like it, unsubscribe or stop listening. It’s not going to hurt him one way or another. I personally like Dave’s rants. You can still be compassionate without being a gullible idiot. I think after explaining common sense to people for 30 years it starts to wear on you when people that write stupid reviews or comments on social media just don’t get it (and likely never will). Get over it people!
Well, I can definitely yell out "I'm debt free!!!!" just like the callers on this show, thanks to Dave's advice. I've been listening to the show for the last 3 years, I've done the "Financial Peace University" classes, and I now own my home, and am completely debt free. No mortgage, no nothing. It works folks, it's hard work to break bad habits and be disciplined, but once you get into it, it will change your life forever. Dave gives no-nonsense advice, and a good kick in the bum to start NOW.
Okay if you don't listen up and take to heart what Dave has to say about your financial life you are headed down the wrong road. Live debt free!! Sleep better, look better and yes lose weight to!
Dave Ramsey is right on about debt and it's relationship to your wellbeing. Great financial advice.
Being a new listener after seeing all the hype on social media I can’t say I’ll continue I find Dave to be quiet rude when speaking to people through this podcast.
Relevant, understandable, motivational & smart! Love this show! Thank you
Even though we live in Australia the fundamentals are the same. Thanku for inspiring us. Love listening in. Peter and Michelle
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Found Dave’s podcast 2 years ago. Despite living in NZ and being English, started the total money makeover and have been debt free for 6 months now. These principles work for all so give them a go!
First of all, I think Total Money Makeover is a pretty good book and have reccomended it to friends. Dave's seven steps make a lot of sense and I think a ot of people could benefit from following them. However, as someone who found the book before the show, I am somewhat disappointed; of late it has felt very self-indulgent (the poverty hour, for example). If you're into a righteous Christian conservative (sorry, if that seems a little harsh), then go for it; otherwise, stick to the book.
Dave Ramsey for President. Excellent every time.
Having recently got married the feeling of responsibility that followed when it’s not just your individual finances at stake scared me. We had credit cards, student loans and a car payment and when I totalled our debt it scared the life out of us. Dave’s baby steps work. Simple. Listening to the show keeps us motivated to keep making positive changes. We’ve been following around 3 months and already feel more in control of our finances and suddenly that debt mountain is shrinking. GB
An excellent podcast! At 44 years of age, I worry that I have left it too late to be good with money! I’ve just started the steps to get myself out of debt after years of struggling & Dave’s podcast is great with I need motivation! GB
Uncle Dave is as straight forward as they come but I love and appreciate his heart for the people. He really cares. I listen to the show every day because it’s very entertaining, but also it’s helping to motivate me to do well with money as I enter the work force this winter (I’m currently a full-time postgraduate student in the UK). Debt is dumb, cash is king. Looking forward to finishing baby step 1 soon! GB
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