CASHFLOW 101 Workshops
Investing is a skill most can't learn from a book. The alternative of learning in the 'real world' could prove costly. You need to first understand your own behaviour. The CASHFLOW 101 game was created by Robert and Kim Kiyosaki, the founders of the Rich Dad Company. Robert Kiyoski is the author of the best-ever selling personal finance book of all times, Rich Dad Poor Dad, which has been on the New York Times Bestseller list for over 7 years, translated into over 30 languages. Cashflow 101 was created as a fun, powerful and experimental way to teach investing and wealth building, manage assets and liabilities, trade stocks and fight your way out of the rat race.
This game will help you gain the knowledge on how to be wealthy and that with be life changing. Be the boss and find out more about yourself financial styles and know if it matches your opponent. Sharpen your financial literacy skills and relearn the concepts of investing and making money. Perhaps if you are the saving type, try out forceful investing. If you like taking risks, maybe try to do steady growth. The CASHFLOW 101 is a simulation of real life.
The CASHFLOW 101 is a simulation of real life.
By playing the CASHFLOW 101, you will:
There will be a short presentation before the game followed by information on business opportunities available to delegate to earn passive income.
Register your place on our CASHFLOW Session today!
Seating is limited.
Date: Thursday 23rd February 2017
Time: 7.00pm to 9.30pm
Venue: Parish Rooms at St Michael's Church, Bounds Green Road, London, N22 8HE. 3 minutes walk from Wood Green Tube Station (Picadilly Line). Free on street parking after 6.30pm.
Book your place here http://cashflow101nl.eventbrite.co.uk
Date: Tuesday 4th April 2017
Time: 6.30pm to 9.00pm
Venue: Pimlico Academy, Lupus Street, London, SW1V 3AT. 3 minutes walk from Pimlico Tube Station (Victoria Line). Free on street parking after 6.30pm.
Book your place here https://cashflow101workshopsl.eventbrite.co.uk
Places on these workshops are non-refundable and non-transferable.