Investing is a skill that was not taught in school. Most of the times it’s only through experience, and recently, through exposure to the social media that are bringing people to get interested about the stock market, mutual funds, and other financial instruments.
But another effective and alternative way to learn about investing and planning your finances is through playing a board game. Exactly. Play the CashFlow Game!
CASHFLOW 101 was created as a fun, powerful, and experiential way to teach investing and wealth building. It also trains the player on how to manage assets and liabilities, trade stocks, and to fight his or her way out of the Rat Race (a way of life in which people are caught up in a fiercely competitive struggle for wealth or power). OFW UsapangPiso Dubai‘s 2nd run of the CashFlow Game series will give you the chance to learn to build wealth and escape the rat race.
Aside from playing the CashFlow game, you will also be able to listen and participate in the following activities:
1) Global Fund Investing live interactive webinar with wealth advocate Jess Uy webcasting live from Singapore
2) Real estate investing featuring our friends from SMDC, The Good Guys!
3) Financial planning with IMG (International Marketing Group)
To join this fun learning event, see poster below for registration details.
Plus, we’re also giving away these books from Bo Sanchez, Marvin Germo, and Successful Pinoy Ako courtesy of IMG (International Marketing Group).
Hats off to heroines Cherry Murillo and Normie Pascua for keeping this financial literacy program for OFW’s alive!
What is Cashflow 101?
Cashflow 101 is an educational tool in board game format designed by Robert Kiyosaki (author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad), which aims to teach the players concepts of investing by having their money work for them in a risk free setting (play money) while simultaneously increasing their financial literacy and stressing the imperative nature of accountability. The board game is based in a financial and economic simulation environment.
There are two stages to the game. In the first, “the rat race”, the player aims to raise his or her character’s passive income level to where it exceeds the character’s expenses. The winner is determined in the second stage, “the fast track”. To win, a player must get his or her character to buy their “dream” or accumulate an additional $50,000 in monthly cash flow.
In place of “score cards”, there are financial statements. The game requires the players to fill out their own financial statements so that they can see more clearly what is happening with their money. It generally shows how assets generate income and demonstrates that liabilities and ‘doodads’ are expenses. (CashFlow 101, Wikipedia)
Get out of the rat race!
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P.S. 1. Bro. Bo Sanchez has appointed me as a coach for our young and new investors at the TrulyRichClub social site. It’s a fun, learning family with the purpose of “helping good people become rich”. I’m inviting you to join the TrulyRichClub too and email me at email@example.com if you have any questions. Click here to join!
P.S. 2. Visit the Philippine Red Cross site to donate whatever amount you can for the victims of typhoon
“Yolanda” (Haiyan) in the Philippines.
P.S. 3. We’ll Airdrop Food To Far-flung Towns – NEWS: From a chartered plane, hundreds of sacks of food and water will be airdropped to far-flung towns in Leyte. (The plane can’t land, so this is the only way. We’re also in touch with coordinators in the area to receive the airdrop.) Each sack will be enough for a family of 5 to eat for 3 days. The Alabang Feast is coordinating this bold project. All our other Feasts are collecting food/clothes/water and bringing them to the Alabang Feast in Festival Mall. Thank you so much, Light of Jesus Family and all the Feasts who are making this happen. Please pray because the Alabang Feast is also now contacting a helicopter company to help us airdrop more food. If this pushes through, we can airdrop 15 tons of food.
P.S. You can continue donating to Yolanda Victims…
Account Name – Light of Jesus Community Foundations Inc.
Bank Name – Metrobank
Branch – E-Rodriguez branch
Account # – 265-7-26551395-2
Please fax your deposit slip with your Feast name to Annie at 7268951 or email firstname.lastname@example.org