Sell Your Crap – Make Some Money

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Sell your Crap and Turn your Clutter into Cash

That is the battle cry of Mr. Adam Baker folks.  He lives this stuff… he breaths this stuff.  If anyone can help us trim the fat of possession, it is Adam.  He has done it and is still doing it – and now his new guide Sell Your Crap can help you do it too… so read on!

Some history on Adam Baker

After years of chasing the dream of consumerism, credit, and Stuff, Adam and his wife Courtney didn’t like the direction they were headed and decided it was time for a drastic change.  Unimpressed by the status quo, they carefully inventoried their possessions, their paths, and their purpose.  All of a sudden the things that were holding them back were plain as day… too much Stuff and too much debt.  Armed with this realization they committed to free themselves by living deliberate and passionate lives of purpose.

The Baker’s sold the things they no longer wanted, cut the expenses they could do without, and focused their energies on smashing their debt.  Before long their sacrifice and hard work begat opportunity and freedom of choice.

A passion to help others

If you know Baker at all, then you know he is an inspiration to many.  Born to teach and lead, that inspiration comes from a passion to see others succeed.  For more than a year now Adam has been chronicling his battle against Stuff and debt over at, and just yesterday released an information gem he has been slaving passionately over for months.  Sell Your Crap – A guide to help others let go of what’s holding them back, and reclaim control of their time, energy, and money from their suffocating clutter.

So what’s in the guide?

There are two different packages to choose from to help better serve the need.

Sell Your Crap – “Barebones Edition” ($37)

  • The primary Sell Your Crap guide
  • The Definitive Step-by-Step Guide to Selling Your Crap an eBay
  • $100 Effectiveness Guarantee


Sell Your Crap – “Clutter Crusher Edition” ($47)

  • The primary Sell Your Crap guide
  • The Definitive Step-by-Step Guide to Selling Your Crap on eBay
  • The Definitive Step-by-Step Guide to Selling Your Crap an craigslist [added value]
  • The Definitive Step-by-Step Guide to Selling Your Crap an Amazon [added value]
  • Special access to all11 Bonus Interviews [added value]
  • $100 Effectiveness Guarantee
  • 30-Day email support [Limited Time bonus]

Review forthcoming

I received this guide yesterday, and although I have not yet read through every page – I love what I have studied so far.  Beyond that, I have yet to read a piece of Adam’s writing that was not useful and entertaining… that’s just the way he writes folks.

When I am done devouring the package in its entirety and have further implemented its wisdom into my life, I will write a complete  review.

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1 benedictus

It looks like a good book and I haven’t read it yet, but have had some success recently on the topic that I would like to share. I have been a regular poster to eBay selling things around the house we no longer needed and making +\- $100 a month when I did it. However, we recently moved in the last month doing some serious downsizing (from a 2,500 sf house to an 1,100 sf apartment). I had some serious decluttering to do! Since many things were “big” and “heavy” and would have been difficult to sell/ship on eBay, I tried craigslist. Not only did I not have to worry about packing and shipping everything, but I only had less than a month to sell everything and it just saved a lot more time. The good news is…we sold EVERYTHING we did not absolutely need and made right at $9,000!!! We sold furniture, tv’s, patio furniture, baby items, etc. I simply did not want to pack, haul and store unnecessary things. Plus, we just didn’t have the space. I’ve had this recent urge to purge, simplify and just start over. It takes a lot of humility and a change of thinking – it’s just “stuff”! You can’t take it with you when you go. Maybe someone else could use it or needs it more than you. And, do I need this item or the money more? So, while I felt relieved and blessed to once again have a cushion/emergency fund, it couldn’t have happened at a better time. My poor husband was working 3 jobs and one of them was a pizza delivery driver. Last week he was robbed at gunpoint by two people. With a family and3 children at home, he quit that night. That probably would not have been a possiblity if we didn’t have that new cushion/emergency fund. What I’m trying to say is, think about it, make a list and just do it! You never know when an unexpected event will happen (has happened to us more than once!) and it will be too late. Sell, sell, sell! I promise, whatever item you are reluctant to let go will be forgotten and never missed once you have the money fir it in hand. And remember…it’s just “stuff”! : ). Good luck!!

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