I’m not much of a one for playing games, despite my proud boast that my best friend from school invented one of the best-selling games of all time, Jenga. And I was her accountant at the time.
I did manage to invent lots of games for my niece and nephews to play on Christmas Day over the years and I pride myself on the fact that the games aged with them, i.e. didn’t stay too babyish although perhaps some of them were a tad too testing at times, like when I first became a coach!
I always hated Monopoly and am still somewhat shocked at how unpleasantly competitive I become in Trivial Pursuit. You should have seen me on Xmas Day this year! Shaming.
So it comes as a bit of a shock to find a game I not only like but which is better played collaboratively rather than to win.
And what’s that game, Judith?
It’s Rich Dad’s Cashflow 101.
I’m hosting a series of six games in London with The Money Gym right now and we played last Friday evening so you’ve missed the first one, but never mind.
What does Cashflow teach you?
How to understand your relationship with money. Are you just lurching from paycheck to paycheck? If so, what to do about it.
How to play the game of money more boldly – at first on the board and then in real life. This is how I persuaded myself it was “safe” to buy my first Buy-To-Let property.
How to make enough passive income to get out of the Rat Race. What this really means and how easily it can be achieved in YOUR real circumstances.
How to evaluate investment opportunities – how to do well from your good choices, and how to survive your bad ones.
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