Unleashing “Unautomate Your Finances” Into The Wild!


It’s alive…  it’s a-liiiiiive!

I warned you yesterday it was coming and as it turns out I wasn’t bluffing!  Unautomate Your Finances is 100% live and downloadable…  right now!

And you know what?  I’m proud.  I’m really proud of it. I’m glad I took the time and the space to do it right.  I’m glad I didn’t half-ass it when I had the chance.  I’m glad I didn’t rush to launch it last week.

It’s here… and I’m pumped.

To be honest, focusing all my energy and passion into compiling this guide has been emotionally draining.  It was a big, big project I bit off (25,000 words is at least half of a substantial print book).  But it was a important process for me to go through.

In the end, looking back through our experience over the last 2 years and my experience sharing it will you over the past year was… enlightening.  And the end result… the product that sits ready for you today… well, I’m just excited now.

Seeing the end result has re-energized my passion for personal finance.  It’s reinvigorated my commitment to not only create an empowering financial life for Courtney and me, but to share this journey with as many people as will listen.

Some of you that have been around a while on this site have wondered when I was going to be back to “full steam”.  Well, I can assure you…  this guide is me kicking back down the door and announcing I’m here to stay!

And one last thing.  I can’t promise you that every premium product I release is going to impress you.  I can’t sit here and predict that I’ll hit a home run every time.  That would just be silly.  But I can tell you this…

Unautomate Your Finances will impress you. I’m positive of that.  I poured everything I could into it.  I packed it with every ounce of inspiration, psychology, and tangible tip I had.  And, most importantly, I kept it all very affordable (priced way less than almost everyone I respect in the online world suggested…).

Look, I’m not great at the “selling” part of this equation.  But I am good at one thing:  being transparent and being passionate.  So how’s this:

If you are on the fence… give me a shot.  Give the guide a test run. I set out to really blow some minds with this first one.  I’m trying to convert raving fans.

If for any reason you aren’t impressed, send me a one sentence e-mail asking for a refund.  I’ll grant it instantly, in full.  You don’t have just 30, 60, or even 365 days… this is available as long as I’m alive. I call it the “As long as I have a pulse” guarantee.  🙂

Head on over and get a copy of the guide!

Some site changes:

Fans of the site will notice some changes to support the new guide.  I’ve added a small badge over into the sidebar and a banner on single post pages.

I’ve also added the MvD Store to the Navigation Bar.  Right now, it just directs to Unautomate Your Finances, but as I expand my products I’ll start to fill out a more diverse store front for you.  🙂

Ways you can help the guide:

I’m insanely fortunate to have such a passionate following.  Many of you really, really believe in what our community has become here and I appreciate all your support.  If you’d like to help get the guide out in the hands of more people, here are a couple shortcuts to help:

Note:  These links all help the actual landing page, not this particular post!  🙂  Thanks so much!


If you are a blogger, community organizer, or business owner and have an audience or customer base that could benefit from this content, there’s a 100% free affiliate program for genuine people who want to share!  E-mail me for details:  Baker @ ManVsDebt.com

61 thoughts on “Unleashing “Unautomate Your Finances” Into The Wild!”

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  2. Hi Adam,

    I didn’t have a chance yet to really dig into all the material that’s included. I just did a quick scan – but it’s easy to see that you aren’t kidding when you say you put all your energy and passion into it.

    Also, a huge “Thank You” for making “Unautomate Your Finances” so ridiculously affordable. I’m sure you would have been able to sell a ton of copies at a much higher price.

    Congrats on the launch – I’m off to start reading.

    1. Haha, thanks Marko. This is unintentionally a great “testimonial”! I’m very excited that you see the amount of work that went in and find it valuable!

      Makes my day!

  3. Congrats on the launch man….I know it has all been worth it and, today, you will see the return.

    Well wishes and remember to enjoy this…you earned it.

    LifeExcursion & The Minimalist Path

  4. Congratulations! I just downloaded my copy and I’m looking forward to reading it after work.

    PS – I got my book “The Other 8 Hours” last week in the mail. Thanks for the give-a-way!

  5. Congrats dude.

    I’ve flicked through (not had a chance to sit down yet) but what I’ve read looks great. I know you would only put out the best stuff.

    Enjoy the day, and try not to check your stats too much! 😉

    – Glen

  6. Congratulations on the launch! And I will gladly repeat what I told you publicly:

    “”This is a stimulating journey deep into the psychology of money management, with more practical advice fit into eighty-some pages than most bloggers could write in a lifetime!”

    I mean it. 🙂

  7. Baker, EXCELLENT job man! I can tell just from your launch that you have worked endlessly on this project. great job sir, and I cannot wait to read your e-book! I am buying it now, I just wanted to stop in an congratulate you for this accomplishment. I know just how important it was for you.

    I would wish you much luck but a guy like you isn’t successful because of luck. You are successful because you have great ideas and the desire to have more for yourself and your family.

  8. Go Baker go!! 😀 This thing seems all over already, haha… You should be way prouder than you probably already are. 😛

    That and I’m trying to learn what I can from how you’ve done it, hope you don’t mind. 😉

  9. Hi Adam,
    Would you consider posting a Table of Contents or excerpt for those of us new to your site? I’m used to Amazon’s “search this book” feature and getting a good feel for what I’m buying before I make the purchase. I see that you probably have an introductory video, but I can’t watch video at work. Just an idea!

  10. Way to go Baker!

    Just picked up my copy. Hopefully will get through it by this weekend and have some more feedback for you.


    P.S. “As long as I have a pulse” guarantee. = Best one I’ve ever seen.

  11. Baker,

    I can’t believe the price on this. It’s easily worth 3 times the asking price. What a great no fluff E-Book.


  12. Very nicely done. Even though I am from United Kingdom, the points that you made out are timeless and without borders.


  13. I’m proud of you too Baker! It was fun chatting with you and Jun the other night. Sorry I was being obnoxious. I’m kinda always that way during these type of fun things!

    May you succeed beyond your wildest dreams!

    Pocket Jacks ALL-IN all the time, no regrets!

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  15. Congratulations Baker! It’s obvious that you put your heart and soul into this project. The layout is great, and the content rocks! Great job.


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  19. Congrats. 25K words is indeed substantial (roughly the equivalent of 100 paperback book pages). I’ve written a couple of 10K word short stories, and even that length is quite a bit of work.

    Your cover graphic totally blows mine away 🙂 I really need to acquire some art talent at some point.

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  21. Nice work man. Just finished reading it, good real stuff. Just got married and we are gonna sit down and tackle our debt the ManVsDebt way. I’ll check back in a few months to tell you how its going.


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  26. I’m kind of new to this blog, but I just watched your video and I really like your message. I agree that there’s no quick fix solution for your finances and there’s no time like the present to start working on it! Congratulations on completing your guide 🙂

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