Rich Dad Cashflow 101 board game (with CD's)
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The Board Game USA Today Calls "Monopoly on Steroids".
It's Time to Get Out of the Rat Race.
What's your dream? Freedom of time? Unlimited resources to travel the world? Whatever it may be CASHFLOW 101 teaches you how to get out of the Rat Race and onto the Fast Track how to make your money work for you Ã not the other way around.
CASHFLOW 101 is an educational board game that simulates real life financial strategies and situations. As a simulation you learn valuable lessons and gain priceless insights into personal finance and investing without having to put your actual money at risk.
Developed by Robert Kiyosaki author of the #1 personal finance book of all time Rich Dad Poor Dad CASHFLOW 101 is the ultimate realization of Robert's vision of an interactive tool for financial education and the fulfillment of his belief that we learn best by doing.
With CASHFLOW 101 you:Practice real world investing with play moneyLearn the differences between an asset and a liabilityDiscover the power of understanding your personal financial statementPlan your strategy with Opportunity Cards that include Big and Small DealsChoose your dream learn the secrets of the rich and get on the financial fast track.
CASHFLOW 101 is an educational board game that teaches accounting finance and investing at the same time - and makes learning fun!
CASHFLOW 101 includes:The board game CASHFLOW 101Three CDs which reveal the lessons of CASHFLOW 101
CASHFLOW 101 is recommended for ages 14 and up.
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If only I had this to learn from in my youth. The mind set is not taught in school and would really have been an asset
to start one out in life's quest. Not that I did not come across some of the lessons of finance in my younger days, I just
did not have the mindset to apply the knowledge.
This would be an excellent learning subject for a course either in high school or maybe in higher education.
Not that this would be the case, in my life time!