Isn’t it time that you finally figured out how to manage your money?
OK. You’ve already decided that 2020 is the year you’ll learn how to manage AND grow your money,
the BUDGET LAB can help BUT FIRST…
At the beginning of my financial journey, circa graduating from college, my money situation was a HOT MESS!
It’s not pretty but I graduated college with student loans, credit card debt, and a car note.
I paid the minimum balance each month and that was the gist of my ‘money management’ system. I had no plans, no systems, and my only saving grace was that I was a cheap and never ruined my credit.
The problem with this way of ‘managing money’ is that it’s reactive (not proactive) and doesn’t get us out of the hustle of always being tight with money.
We often think the answer is more money and more money can help but it doesn’t solve a poor management problem because let’s face it, low wage earners and six-figure earners can both be living paycheck-to-paycheck (and do).
❌ It’s not having a plan.
🚫 It’s not knowing what is coming in and having no system or accountability for tracking what iss going out.
⛔️ It’s ignoring debt, not saving money, and not being prepared for life to happen.
Psst. Life always happens.
Does this sound like you too?
You see. In another life, before I became an entrepreneur, I was a chemist and an educator. I worked in several different laboratories and I taught English. What does this have to do with money?
Well…Everything and nothing.
Let me explain.
How we make money is a small part of the money management equation, the bulk of what we have to figure out is how to treat money, how to grow it, and how to appreciate it.
I learned how to earn money early on, the rest of my financial education was self-taught. I didn’t come from a family with a depth of knowledge about money management. I betting you didn’t either. It’s a challenge but it can be overcome.
As I began to figure things out, I realized the skills that helped me become a scientist were the same skills I’d need to learn how to management my finances. And, the skills I learned as an educator would help me turn what I’ve learned into easy to understand lessons. Hence, the creation of this course… The Girl/Edge Budget Lab.
WHAT IS A BUDGET?
HOW TO CREATE A BUDGET.
THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A BUDGET.
I will not pretend that this course is $2000 and I’m discounting it by 97%. I’ve decided that I want to serve women who are excited to invest $97 to learn how to transform their results with money. If that is you, enroll in the course today.
1. You’ll be able to sign up for an account.
2. You’ll be taken to a payment portal.
3. You’ll have access to your dashboard that will be empty until January 26th when the course begins.
It’s Tiffany. I want to help you live your best life and that requires making sure you have the basic tools to manage your money without spending hours on what can take minutes.
My past experiences with debt and poor money management weren’t enjoyable but I appreciate the lessons I learned because now I am able to share them with you.
I’m not a financial expert; in fact, by trade I’m a chemist. What I teach comes from my experience managing money as a broke college student, a frequent world traveler, a wife and mom who has to manage caring for a family (people who want to eat ever hour- gosh), and a business owner.
Want to know a bit more about me? Check out my full story here.
P.S. I spent a ton of time and money earning four degrees (A.S, B.A, B.S, & Masters). Yet…I became an entrepreneur. Getting a formal education wasn’t a waste of my time; however, I don’t believe you need a degree to be successful.
P.P.S. In recent years, my family and I got rid of more than $30K in debt without sacrificing our favorite hobby – world travel.
P.P.P.S. I currently call North Carolina home but I’ve had addresses in New York and Prague. I want my next address to be in Amsterdam or South Africa. 🤷🏽♀️
A chat about your past with money
Creating version 1 of the yearly budget intentions
Establishing a positive relationship with money
Your future and using the scientific method to win with money
Creating version 3 of the yearly budget intentions
Who is this course for?
When I created this course, I had young professionals and college students in mind; however, any woman who needs help getting started with a budget may enroll.
What format is the course?
The course information is presented in slide and video format.
What can I expect when I finish the course?
I sometimes watch fitness videos on Youtube and I don’t get any results. When I actually do the activities consistently, I see change. If you complete the tasks and consistently commit to maintaining a budget, you can expect to be more organized, more aware, and more empowered to take care of your finances proactively.
Do you offer guarantees?
No. I’m a scientist at heart and I offer information (not guarantees) about budgeting and money. If you apply my lessons to your finances there is a high probably you will experience positive change.
Do you offer refunds?
Yes. If you complete the course and all the associated action items and can honestly say that it wasn’t worth your time, I have a 30-Day Refund Policy for this course.
How long will this course take?
This is a self-paced course and you can complete it as slowly or as quickly as you need.
Please note, the modules are concise and even slowly, it’s possible to complete this course in less than a week.