Author: Sean P. Egen
April 26, 2019
There’s no one recipe for good credit. But the most successful ones share many of the same ingredients and proven techniques.
About the author:Sean P. Egen
After realizing he couldn’t pay back his outrageous film school student loans with rejection notices from Hollywood studios, Sean focused his screenwriting skills on scripting corporate videos. Videos led to marketing communications, which led to articles and, before he knew it, Sean was making a living as a writer. He continues to do so today by leveraging his expertise in credit, financial planning, wealth-building, and living your best life for Credit One Bank.
So you’re looking to increase your credit score—preferably sooner rather than later.
The scariest part of change can be the unknown. But sometimes the known, as in continuing with the same behaviors that aren’t achieving the desired results, can be even scarier. Take your credit. If a good credit score is important to you but seems to consistently elude you, it may be time to alter or abandon some of the habits and behaviors keeping it at bay and adopt new ones.