You Have No Backbone, Barefoot


Hi Scott,

This is the third or fourth time I have written. I appreciate your principles are sound, however every column has a feel-good news story and none of them explain the backbone of how they made something happen. I have written to you on several occasions asking about this. If someone doesn’t have a spare penny to feed their kids and is living hand to mouth… can they suddenly start “doing the barefoot” with different accounts? I am not thick, but I am struggling to find the obviously missing piece?

Hi Linda,

Ah, the missing piece of the puzzle.

Here’s a clue: in almost every single feel good news story they start off saying something like:

“I read your book, followed the Barefoot Steps, and then things slowly turned around for me”.

The starting point of the Barefoot Steps is to go on a date night, set up your buckets, and get $2,000 in a Mojo account as soon as possible, even if it means selling your kidneys on eBay.


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