Do you want to become financially smart, and finally understand the basics of money management?
‘Cashflow 101’ is a boardgame designed by investor, businessman, and self-help author Robert Kiyosaki (‘Rich Day, Poor Dad’) to serve as a tool for learning basic financial strategies, accounting and investment principles (useful both in business and personal life) in a fun and engaging way!
The game has two stages, and we will be playing the first stage, also called a ‘Rat race’, which takes approximately 2 hours to complete.
Through playing this game, you will learn the basic of:
- Money managment
- Balance sheets
- Income statements
- Your own habits with money
- Spotting potential financial investments
- Financial strategy
There are max 6 characters in the game, so we will play in pairs – 2 people per character. So the max number of participants is 12.
Trainer and game-leader: Owen Gusman, a certified master life coach (AmericanUniversity of NLP) and business consultant. Originally from Malta, Owen got involved in Personal development while working in Japan 10 years ago. It was there he discovered ‘Cashflow 101’ boardgame, and has been playing it ever since, and helping other people get the most out of every single game played.
Date: Tuesday 25th Septemeber 2012
6.00 – 6.15pm – arrival & networking
6.15– 8.45pm – ’Cashflow 101’ workshop/game
Venue: Innovation Warehouse, 1 East Poultry Avenue, EC1A 9PT
(closest Tube stations Farringdon, Barbican, Moorgate and St Paul’s)
Price: £10 (includes refreshments)
Book via MeetUp (no booking fee): http://www.meetup.com/Aim-Aspire-Womens-Business-Club-London/events/81472482/
Only 12 places available.
Existing Women’s Business Club members have a chance to book a ticket at 50% discount (so for only £5!). We have only 5 of these tickets available, so be quick! Discount code WBC2012. You an only use it when booking via Eventbrite : http://aawbccashflow101.eventbrite.com/
Cancellations & Refunds: if you cancel before noon on 22nd Sept, you will receive a full refund. No refunds can be made after that date, but you are welcome to give/sell your ticket to someone else.