Many people hear the saying, "where there is a will, there is a way." Those who hear it immediately think, "Wow, what an idiot." For a lot of things, it is an untrue statement. One can not will itself onto the moon … without of course you're Neil Armstrong. For some things, however, the quote does hold true.
For those looking to get out of debt, will is a great thing. As a matter of fact, those who exert a lot of will to get out of debt succeed a lot more often than those who do not put the effort of will into it. There are always obstacles into getting out of debt. After no longer using credit cards and making payments on time for ten months, one can find themselves under a bit of stress, "I worked that hard and I've only paid of x amount of dollars!" For those who make it through these little stressful moments, the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow will come sooner.
There are a lot of books available for purpose that talk about how power will make things happen, but will power is something that must really be executed, it's not something some book is going to teach someone. Instead of buying these books, those in debt may want to simply picture what their lives are like after they get out of debt. As dumb as this sounds, this is one of the most helpful things that can get people out of any dark situation. Where there is a will, there is a way … and that's a great way to get out of debt.