Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche Launches A 36-Day Financial Advice Forum, LIVE RICHER

January 23, 2015  |  

Update: Since publishing the first story on the LIVE RICHER Challenge the amount of participants has surged to over 10,000 people, surpassing Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche’s original goal.

The LIVE RICHER challenge is a free online advice forum that helps women achieve seven financial goals within 36 days. Women are taking part nationally and internationally in countries like Kenya, China, Australia and The United Arab Emirates. The LIVE RICHER book that accompanies the challenge has also made it to the Amazon Best Seller List.

As a result of tasks within the challenge, participants have found ways to save over $125,000 collectively. The challenge is currently in Week 3, which covers issues surrounding debt. There’s still time to participate. Continue reading our original story for additional background on the challenge and instructions on how to join the movement.

Originally published January 5, 2015

Let me guess. You’ve resolved to improve your financial situation in 2015, but you’re not sure where to begin the overhaul process.

Well, you’re in luck.

This week personal finance guru Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche kicks-off the highly anticipated LIVE RICHER Challenge. During this 36-day challenge, she’s helping women achieve seven key financial goals. All completely FREE of charge.

I had the pleasure of assisting Tiffany with a project for the LIVE RICHER challenge last year and it was one of my most rewarding experiences. The number of challengers has grown from a few hundred to 7,500 women. Through this challenge, Aliche has created a space for women to stop feeling ashamed about their position and start taking steps toward a richer life.

The story behind The LIVE RICHER challenge

Aliche decided to develop this resource when she began receiving personal messages for financial advice. She noticed a need for a community where women could get together and discuss money without judgment. The LIVE RICHER challenge was born.

Participants (also known as Dream Catchers) show up eager to take a financial stand and share their journey with friends, family, and other members inside the group’s Facebook forum.

Why you’ll love “The Budgetnista”

Aliche’s coaching style is that of a best friend or cheerleader with the message that building vast wealth isn’t the purpose of personal finance. Instead it’s a means to live the life you desire.

She’s experienced the financial fear and despair that so many of us have encountered after she lost her job and built up $30,000 in credit card debt. Support from her peers was the motivation she needed to dig her way out of a rut. The LIVE RICHER challenge is offering the same will to persevere to others who’re ready to make a change.

If you’re thinking no amount of financial advising will help you repay your student loan or improve your credit score, think again. According to Aliche, no financial situation is too dire. As long as you’re alive and breathing you can make a change; failure only comes with giving up entirely.

What to expect during the challenge

Dream Catchers will receive daily, easy financial tasks plus short videos from Tiffany throughout the month. Each week covers different financial goals about your money mindset, budgeting and saving, raising your credit score, debt repayment, investing and insurance.

The LIVE RICHER challenge workbook is an additional resource published on Amazon that you can use as a diary or reference after the challenge is complete. And finally, the LIVE RICHER forum on Facebook is available to share your progress with other challengers and Tiffany.

Afterwards, stay tuned for additional financial resources. Aliche has projects up her sleeve to continue the effort including a tour, an investment club, and regional MeetUp empowerment groups.

To subscribe to the challenge, head over to the LIVER RICHER sign-up form.

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